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NCJ Number: 119995 Find in a Library
Title: Culture, Values and Relationships: A Summer School
Journal: Journal of Correctional Education  Volume:40  Issue:2  Dated:(June 1989)  Pages:103-104
Author(s): I Runnacles
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 2
Type: Program/Project Description
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This article describes an effective humanities education curriculum model developed for prisoners.
Abstract: A prison education curriculum was developed emphasizing man as a whole and individual person whose functioning can be impaired by earlier life experiences. This combination of group psychotherapy, literature, and sociology was effectively utilized in several summer school sessions for prisoners. From these sessions were developed training packages for staff, a participant's package, and a source book. Essential to the effective functioning of this model program is a staff from various academic disciplines who can contribute a wide range of abilities and skills. (Author abstract modified.)
Main Term(s): Corrections education
Index Term(s): Cultural influences; Educational courses; Psychologists role in criminal justice; Rehabilitation
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