Rehabilitation: Beyond the Risk Paradigm

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Research shows that recidivism is greatly reduced through rehabilitation and that offenders respond well to practitioners who show an interest in them and believe in their capacity to turn their lives around. This philosophy stands in stark contrast to the punitive approaches to criminal justice, though arguably practitioners need rehabilitation theories to help them navigate through the various challenges and problems that materialize when working with offenders and understand issues such as the overall aims of ...

Rehabilitation: Beyond the Risk Paradigm 2007, Routledge

ISBN-13: 9780415386432

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