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Organizational control and treatment program design as dimensions of institutionalization in settings for juvenile offenders

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Correspondence to Edward P. Mulvey.

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This paper is based on a presentation entitled “Institutionalization and Community-Based Services: Not Necessarily Exclusive Constructs” given at the American Psychological Association Convention in Anaheim, California (1983). Support for the data collection phase of this project was provided by the National Academy of Sciences panel on the Deinstitutionalization of Status Offenders. Much of the data analysis and writing was done while the first author was supported by a NIMH postdoctoral fellowship at the Urban Systems Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University (Grant # MH15201-04). The authors gratefully acknowledge the help of Jamie Ross and Lisa Woody.

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Mulvey, E.P., Linney, J.A. & Rosenberg, M.S. Organizational control and treatment program design as dimensions of institutionalization in settings for juvenile offenders. Am J Commun Psychol 15, 321–335 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00922701

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Keywords

  • Social Psychology
  • Treatment Program
  • Health Psychology
  • Program Design
  • Juvenile Offender