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NCJ Number: 49797 Find in a Library
Title: RESEARCH ON DOCUMENTATION CONCERNING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TREATMENT OF THOSE ON PROBATION
Journal: HOMU SOGO KENKYUSHO KENKYUBU KIYO  Issue:19  Dated:(1976)  Pages:207-232
Author(s): Y INOUE
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 26
Format: Article
Language: Japanese
Country: Japan
Annotation: THIS ARTICLE PRESENTS THE CURRENT SITUATION OF RESEARCH PROJECTS ON PROBATION IN THE U.S. AND BRITAIN, SUPPLEMENTED BY EXTENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES, PRIMARILY IN ENGLISH.
Abstract: IT DESCRIBES VARIOUS PROBATION WORK PROJECTS, GENERALLY IN BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES, IN TERMS OF THEIR APPROACH AND REPORTED RESEARCH AND TREATMENT ACTIVITIES, ALONG WITH STUDIES RELATED TO THEM. AMONG RESEARCH UNITS GIVEN SPECIAL NOTICE ARE THE SPECIAL INTENSIVE PAROLE UNIT (SIPU) IN CALIFORNIA, THE PAROLE RESEARCH PROJECT IN ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIF., THE SAN FRANCISCO PROJECT, THE NEW JERSEY ESSEXFIELD REHABILITATION PROJECT, AND THE MICHIGAN KENTFIELDS PROGRAM MAKING USE OF BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION TECHNIQUES. THE ARTICLE PROVIDES COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF THESE PROJECTS, USING CHARTS TO SHOW THE SORTS OF TYPOLOGIES USED, SCALINGS USED, ETC. IT FEATURES AN EXTENSIVE APPENDED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF RELEVANT MATERIAL ON COMMUNITY TREATMENT, DELINQUENCY CONTROL, CORRECTIONAL OUTCOME, AND RELATED TOPICS, CONSISTING OF A TOTAL OF 159 BOOKS, ARTICLES, AND PAPERS. MOST OF THE MATERIAL CITED IS IN ENGLISH, FROM THE U.S. AND THE UNITED KINGDOM, SUPPLEMENTED BY A MUCH SMALLER NUMBER OF CITATIONS IN JAPANESE. --IN JAPANESE.
Index Term(s): Alternatives to institutionalization; Comparative analysis; Great Britain/United Kingdom; Japan; Probation; United States of America
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