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After-conduct of discharged offenders
|Statement||by Sheldon and Eleanor T. Glueck ; foreword byDr Felix Frankfurter.|
|Series||English studies in criminal science -- vol.5|
|Contributions||Glueck, Eleanor., University of Cambridge. Department of Criminal Science.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
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After-conduct of discharged offenders: a report to the department / by Sheldon Glueck and Eleanor T. Glueck; foreword by Dr. Felix Frankfurter; preface by Professor P.H. Winfield. Radzinowicz: After-Conduct of Discharged Offenders: Macmillan & Co R Loubser: The Theft of money in South African Law: National Book Printer R Mannheim: Comparative Criminology: Vol 2: Routledge: London R Metcalfe: The Criminal Appeal Reports: Vol 1 & 2: Sweet & Maxwell R International.
STATUS OF GLUECK PREDICTION STUDIES ELEANOR T. GLUECK The following article was presented to the International Congress on Criminology, London, September, The author, Research Associate in Criminology, at the Harvard Law School, is co-author with her husband, Professor Sheldon Glueck, of the following works.
program in terms of the after conduct of discharged offenders. The Remand Homes appear to be operated by a relatively untrained staff and under a rather non-punitive atmosphere.
Over half of the subjects committed an indictable offense after release from the Remand Home within a three year period. Many were subsequently. While risk has only recently become a significant topic in criminology, risk techniques have been penetrating criminal justice since the 's, and have roots going back as far as the 's.
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After-Conduct of Discharged Offenders: a Report to the Department / by Sheldon Glueck and Eleanor T. Glueck ; Foreword by Dr. Felix Frankfurter.
Glueck, Sheldon (). after-conduct of discharged offenders, chap. vi; unraveling juvenile delinquency, Chap. 2 For those who are not familiar with our research methods, may I suggest consultation of the after conduct of discharged offenders cannot be compared with the works of such men as Sheldon Glueck or Thorsten Sellin.
A single writer might summarize those works and compress their elaboration of fact and disquisition into understandable conclusions, but that is.
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Although we seek to paint a fairly broad theoretical picture, our research base is considerably more detailed. After-Conduct of Discharged Offenders: a Report to the Department. Glueck, Sheldon, Eleanor T. Glueck. Foreward By Felix Frankfurter. Preface By P. Winfield Condition: Good. The book has been read but remains in clean condition.
All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine. Seller Inventory # GOR After-Conduct of Discharged Offenders: a Report to the Department / by Sheldon Glueck and Eleanor T.
Glueck; Foreword by Felix Frankfurter. Preface by P. Winfield. Based on the Liverpool Desistance Study, this book compares and contrasts the stories of ex-convicts who are actively involved in criminal behavior with those who are desisting from crime and drug use.
Extensive excerpts from the study reveal two types of personal narratives: a "condemnation" script favored by active offenders and a "generative" script favored by desisters.
System, After-Conduct of Discharged Offenders, The Persistent Offender, and English Criminal Statistics. It is these pages () which will be of greatest interest to American criminologists. In the last of the above papers, Dr.
Radzinowicz criticizes "the dogmatic classification of criminal law," and he suggests (p. Collection consists of the papers of Eleanor T. and Sheldon Glueck relating chiefly to their research and writing on delinquency in adults and juveniles, and to their work for Basic Research into the Causes, Treatment and Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency, a project of Harvard Law School which Sheldon Glueck directed from and with which Eleanor Glueck was associated from.
After-Conduct of Discharged Offenders, Unraveling Juvenile Delinquency, Delinquents in the Making, Physique and Delinquency, Predicting Delinquency and Crime, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library: creatorOf: Sheldon Glueck papers, Lloyd E.
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