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Running head: RESEARCH PROPOSAL PART II OUTLINE 1 Research Proposal Part II Outline Sandy Davis, Verndarnell Darden, Coralie Crumb, Erin Cable, Andrea Sanders CJA/334 September 1, 2015 Philip Russo [Type text]
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RESEARCH PROPOSAL OUTLINE PART II 2 Research Proposal Part II Outline I. Introduction A. High risk of mental illness on prisoners in solitary to prisoners in the general population a. What is the association between solitary confinement and mental illnesses? b. What is the current evidence based approaches for addressing mental illness in prisoners that are placed in solitary confinement? c. What is the rate of medical illness in prisoners in solitary confinement to that of the general population? d. What effect does prisoners with mental illness has on the society after being released II. Background/Review of the Literature a. Background of solitary confinement b. Previous Studies III. Rationale a. Is the relationship between solitary confinement and mental illnesses believable why? b. How the theory of the relationship between solitary confinement and mental illness formed?
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RESEARCH PROPOSAL OUTLINE PART II 3 c. What was the information for this theory relied on? d. Why it is believed that mental illness occurs more with prisoners in solitary confinement IV. Method and Design A. Method: Surveys, Observation, and Statistical Studies a. Why surveys, observation and statistical studies chosen for this study
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