Session 78: CO5 -> Testing the Importation and Prisonization Models: Understanding the Effects of Prison
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 104
Session Chair: Deanna M. Perez, Virginia Department of Corrections
Importation and Prisonization Models of Corrections Worker's Attitudes and Behaviors: An Empirical Examination of Social Distance, Correctional Orientation, and Punitive Behavior Within a Maximum Security Prison
by: William J. Hartley, Indiana Dept. of Correction/Western Mich. (Corresponding)
Infraction Specialization: Testing Prisonization, Importation and Social Control Theories
by: Rachel Hagewen, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Race, Ethnicity, and Citizenship: Disparities in Inmate Misconduct
by: Mark T. Berg, Iowa State University (Corresponding)
Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University
Individual and Institutional Factors Related to Inmate Grievances: A Test of Importation and Deprivation Theories
by: Deanna M. Perez, Virginia Department of Corrections (Corresponding)
Angela Gover, University of Florida

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