ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 4
AnnotatedBibliography – System of the Department of Correction andRehabilitation Bureau
Clark,P. (2010). “Preventing future crime with cognitive behavioraltherapy,” NationalInstitute of Justice Journal.
Theauthor asserts that criminals (both adults and juveniles) have highchances of relapsing into criminal activities even after undergoingcorrection and rehabilitation process. However, an individual cansignificantly reduce the risk of a relapse through cognitivebehavioral therapy. Patients are trained efficient strategies theycan use to refrain from succumbing to the influence of criminalactivities.
Lipsey,M.W. (2009) "The primary factors that characterize effectiveinterventions with juvenile offenders: a meta-analytic overview,"NATIONALCriminal justice reference Service.4 (2): 124-147.
Theresearch reviews different treatment methods that have proven to givepositive outcome in correcting and rehabilitating juvenilewrongdoers. The study presents a new Meta analyses created fortesting a wide variety of efficient intervention techniques forpreventing juvenile recidivism. The researcher concluded that themost significant factors that may determine efficiency of a programinclude quality of execution, serving high-risk offenders, and the“therapeutic” intervention values.
Mays,G.L. & Winfree, L.T. (2004). Essentialsof Corrections.Cengage Learning.
Thebook is a review of the United States` corrections system. The textcovers major philosophies explaining what causes crime, correctionhistory, alternatives to jailing, as well as a fresh approach to raceand gender problems. In addition, the book uses strong evidence inportraying the function of correction in modern societies, andprofessional opportunities that students can pursue.
Eyland,S., & O`Toole, S. (2004). Correctionscriminology.Annandale, N.S.W: Hawkins Press.
Thisbook is a compilation of criminal correction strategies usedworldwide. It covers correction methods used in both public andprivate prisons. The information covered is reliable because theauthors are senior practitioners and leading academics in the field.
Zabel,R., & Nigro, F. (2007). “Occupational interests and aptitudesof juvenile offenders: influence of special education experience andgender.” Journalof Correctional Education,58(4), 337-355.
Theresearch is based on the risks facing disabled juvenile offenders andtheir chances of succeeding in life. The study asserts that disabledjuvenile offenders have lowered chances of employment, social andeducational opportunities. This study is credible as it combinesqualitative and quantitative research methods conducted by highlyexperienced persons in the field.
Gonzalez,P., Romero, T. & Cerbana, C.B. (2007). “Parent EducationProgram for Incarcerated Mothers in Colorado,” Journalof Correctional Education.58 (4):357-373
Theobjective of this study is focusing on effective education for jailedwomen to help them refrain from recidivism, as well as enhance goodparenting skills. The study is reliable as it involved observation of219 women who had volunteered to participate in the analysis. Theresearch concluded that jailed mothers who underwent the specialeducation had improved proficiency in taking care of their children.
YOIinmates take part in Duke award (2008). Children& Young People Now.Web. Retrieved on 21 July, 2014 fromhttp://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/31708454/yoi-inmates-take-part-duke-award
Theobjective of the study is investigating the value youths get fromYouth Offender institution. In addition, the research compared thejustice system served in adult facilities. The study is valuable asthe results were based on a study of 275,000 youths, and 537 subjectswere offenders.