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NCJ Number: 30881 Find in a Library
Title: SEXUALLY INTEGRATED PRISON - A LEGAL AND POLICY EVALUATION
Journal: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW  Volume:3  Issue:3  Dated:(WINTER 1975)  Pages:301-330
Author(s): B RUBACK
Corporate Author: University of Texas
School of Law
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 30
Sponsoring Agency: University of Texas
Austin, TX 78705
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE ADVANTAGES OF COEDUCATIONAL FACILITIES ARE LARGELY INTANGIBLE AND THE DISADVANTAGES ARE FAIRLY GREAT.
Abstract: THE DISADVANTAGES ARE INCREASED COST, PREGNANCIES, PROSTITUTION, AND PIMPING. THE ARTICLE IS DIVIDED INTO FOUR PARTS, FIRST A DISCUSSION OF WHICH STANDARD IS PRESENTLY APPROPRIATE TO TEST THE CONSTITUTIONALITY, UNDER THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE, OF THE CURRENT PRACTICE OF SEXUALLY SEGREGATED PRISONS; SECOND, A CONSIDERATION OF THE PRESENT PRISON SYSTEM; THIRD A DESCRIPTION OF THE SEXUALLY INTEGRATED PRISON; AND FOURTH, AN EVALUATION OF THE RELATIVE MERITS OF THE TWO DIFFERENT SYSTEMS. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT)
Main Term(s): Coeducational corrections facilities
Index Term(s): Evaluation
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