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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vi
  2. Peter Raynor, Gwen Robinson
    Pages 1-15
  3. Peter Raynor, Gwen Robinson
    Pages 16-31
  4. Peter Raynor, Gwen Robinson
    Pages 32-48
  5. Peter Raynor, Gwen Robinson
    Pages 49-77
  6. Peter Raynor, Gwen Robinson
    Pages 78-97
  7. Peter Raynor, Gwen Robinson
    Pages 159-172
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 173-204

About this book

Introduction

Can offenders be rehabilitated? Can this be done in ways that benefit the community as a whole, as well as offenders? This book is about the history, theory, practice and effectiveness of rehabilitation. It shows how different beliefs about the value of rehabilitation and about 'what works' have influenced criminal justice policy and practice at different times, and it identifies a number of promising approaches for the future. Everyone interested in the rehabilitation of offenders should read this book.

Keywords

community crime criminal justice rehabilitation treatment

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