Session 182: CR13 -> International Correctional Studies
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Elizabeth D
Session Chair: Harry Dammer, Niagara University
Economic Insecurity and Punitiveness Toward Crime in the United States and the Czech Republic
by: Michael T. Costelloe, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Ted Chiricos, Florida State University
Marc Gertz, Florida State University
Jiri Burianek, Charles University
Daniel Maier-Katkin, Florida State University
Imprisonment Rates and Crime Rates in the Nations of the O.E.C.D.
by: Joseph Dillon Davey, Rowan University of New Jersey (Corresponding)
On Getting the Job Done: An Examination of the Impact of Prison Labour Participation on Inmate Misconduct in Contemporary Portugal
by: Cheryl M. Webster, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Prisons in Europe -- Actual Developments and Problems in East and West
by: Frieder Dunkel, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitat Greifswald (Corresponding)
Sonja Snacken, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Experiences From a Norwegian Project to Improve the Transition Between Prison and Working Life
by: Angelika Schafft, Work Research Institute (Corresponding)
Oystein Spjelkavik, Work Research Institute
Discussants:
Harry Dammer, Niagara University

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