Rehabilitation, Crime And Justice

Paperback | October 15, 2009

byPeter Raynor, Gwen Robinson

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Can offenders be rehabilitated? Can this be done in ways that benefit the community as a whole, as well as offenders? This book explores the history, theory, practice and effectiveness of rehabilitation, examining how different beliefs about the value of rehabilitation have influenced criminal justice policy and practice.

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Can offenders be rehabilitated? Can this be done in ways that benefit the community as a whole, as well as offenders? This book explores the history, theory, practice and effectiveness of rehabilitation, examining how different beliefs about the value of rehabilitation have influenced criminal justice policy and practice.

PETER RAYNOR is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice in the Swansea University, UK. A former probation officer, his previous books include Social Work, Justice and Control: Probation as an Alternative to Custody; Effective Probation Practice (with M.Vanstone and D.Smith), and Understanding Community Penalties (with M.Vanstone...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.47 inPublished:October 15, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230232485

ISBN - 13:9780230232488

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Table of Contents

Defining Rehabilitation * Justifying Rehabilitation * Origins and Contexts * The Rehabilitative Ideal: Advance and Temporary Retreat * Adapting to the End of 'Treatment' * The New Rehabilitation: 'What Works' and Corrections at the End of the Twentieth Century * Against the Tide: Non-Treatment Paradigms for the Twenty-First Century * The Futures of Rehabilitation