research

Incarceration

William D. Bales, Gerry G. Gaes, Thomas G. Blomberg, Kerensa N. Pate. 2010. “Florida’s Minimum 85 Percent Time Served for Prisoners: The Impact on Re-Entry Outcomes” Justice Policy and Research.

Blomberg, Thomas G., William D. Bales and Courtney Waid. 2009. “Educational Achievement Among Incarcerated Youth and Post-Release Return to School, Employment and Crime Desistance” The Development of Persistent Criminality.

William G. Doerner and Benjamin S. Wright. 1990. “Federal Sentencing Reform in Light of Incapacitation and Recidivism” The U.S. Sentencing Guidelines: Implications for Criminal Justice.

Girodano, Peggy C. and Jennifer E. Copp. Forthcoming. “‘Packages’ of Risk: Implications for Determining the Effect of Maternal Incarceration on Child Wellbeing” Criminology and Public Policy.

Rodriguez, Nancy and Jillian J. Turanovic. Forthcoming. “Impact of Incarceration on Families and Communities” Oxford Handbook on Prisons and Imprisonment.

Ashley T. Rubin. Forthcoming. “The Consequences of Prisoners’ Microresistance” Law & Social Inquiry.

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