To be committed or not: examining effects of personal and workplace variables on the organizational commitment of Southern prison staff

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Supervisory experience and data points: implementation barriers, risk assessment and correctional professionals

Visit Criminal justice Studies . Supervisory experience and data points: implementation barriers, risk assessment and correctional professionals Andy Hochstetler Read the syndicated article here
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College education, major, or criminology classes? An examination of what drives students’ level of punitiveness

Visit Criminal justice Studies Volume 30, Issue 1, March 2017, Page 1-16. College education, major, or criminology classes? An examination of what drives students’ level of punitiveness Rebecca Ridener Read…
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Systematic review of religious affiliations and beliefs as correlates of public attitudes toward capital punishment

Visit Criminal justice Studies Volume 30, Issue 1, March 2017, Page 63-85. Systematic review of religious affiliations and beliefs as correlates of public attitudes toward capital punishment Candalyn B. Rade…
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The ‘Short Addiction Program’: experiences from an intervention by the correctional services in Norway

Visit Criminal justice Studies Volume 30, Issue 1, March 2017, Page 86-96. The ‘Short Addiction Program’: experiences from an intervention by the correctional services in Norway Gunnar Vold Hansen Read…
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