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NCJ Number: 42809 Find in a Library
Title: SOCIAL REHABILITATION OF FEMALE EX-OFFENDERS
Journal: JOURNAL DU CENTRE FRANCAIS DE CRIMINOLOGIE  Issue:28  Dated:(1976)  Pages:19-24
Author(s): FORESTIER
Corporate Author: Association Francaise de Criminologie
France
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 6
Sponsoring Agency: Association Francaise de Criminologie
75001 Paris, France
Format: Article
Language: French
Country: France
Annotation: DISCUSSION OF THE IMPORTANCE OF DOMESTIC AND SOCIAL SITUATIONS (HUSBAND-WIFE RELATIONSHIP, RELATIONSHIP WITH FAMILIES, LIVING AND EMPLOYMENT ARRANGEMENTS) TO FEMALE OFFENDERS RELEASED AFTER SERVING LONG PRISON TERMS.
Abstract: STRESSED IS THE FACT THAT THE MAJOR DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED IMMEDIATELY UPON RELEASE, PARTICULARLY THOSE RELATING TO POOR HOME ENVIRONMENT AND MARITAL PROBLEMS, WERE PROBABLY CONTRIBUTING FACTORS IN THE ORIGINAL OFFENSE (ESPECIALLY IN CRIMES OF PASSION). THE USE OF HALFWAY HOUSES AND PRERELEASE PROGRAMS TO AID IN THE SOCIAL REINTEGRATION OF THE FEMALE EX-OFFENDER IS HIGHLIGHTED. --IN FRENCH...ELW
Index Term(s): Ex-offenders; Female offenders; France; Home environment; Rehabilitation
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