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NCJ Number: 34769 Find in a Library
Title: DELINQUENCY, HOSTILITY AND THE EFFECTS OF INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING
Journal: AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY  Volume:8  Issue:3&4  Dated:(SEPTEMBER/DECEMBER 1975)  Pages:231-234
Author(s): I J MCKISSACK; R M SIMCOCK
Corporate Author: Australian and New Zealand Soc of Criminology
Dept of Criminology
Australia
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 4
Sponsoring Agency: Australian and New Zealand Soc of Criminology
Parkville Victoria ,3052, Australia
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: THIS SURVEY COMPARES PRE- AND POST-INSTITUTIONAL HOSTILITY LEVELS OF BORSTAL INMATES WITH THE NUMBER OF PRIOR DELINQUENCY CONVICTIONS AND WITH THE NUMBER OF DISCIPLINARY INCIDENTS DURING INCARCERATION.
Abstract: THE HYPOTHESES, THAT THERE BE A CORRELATION BETWEEN LEVELS OF HOSTILITY AND INDICES OF DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR, AND THAT LEVELS OF HOSTILITY RISE DURING INCARCERATION, WERE PARTIALLY SUPPORTED.
Index Term(s): Borstal; Effects of imprisonment; Hostility; Juvenile inmate attitudes; New Zealand
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