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Unformatted text preview: Figure 1.1 Incurcerufion Rates and Prison Populations - coo—D Prison Inmates or 100,000 i-a-i Prison and Jail moms per 100,000 Prisoners (Thousands) 1- Ch . D G to- G I: ’1? I: S s c; M o "h-u—F :2: fl H .2 In l—l a son 4; m s 3* rd 1'14 5 s ’E .s a... p.‘ 1940 i960 1930 2000 . Source: Magnire and 1335mm (1996, table 6.22]; Book and Glaze (2004}. _ I" Nose: Inosrcorsrion rates or: shown on the loftehand sons Tho prison population is shown on the right-hand axis. 400 Rate (per 100,000) n from Councii of Empe (1985, 2.002); U.S- rates from Harrison _ (2000) and Pastor: and Maguirc: (2.003, 486). ' '- Source: Europe-an rapes take At yearend 2001 over 5.6 million U.S. adults had ever served time in State or Federal prison US. residents Number Percent cf adult U.6. residents ever incarcerated 1974 1991 2001 1974 1991 2001 Total 1,819,000 3,437,000 5,818,000 1.3% 1.8% 2.7% Male 1,877,000 3,142,000 5,037,000 2.3 3.4 4.9 White 837,000 1,395,000 1,978,000 1.4 1.9 2.8 Black 595,000 1,181,0001,936,000 8.7 12.0 16.6 Hispanic 94,000 392,000 911,000 2.3 4.9 7.7 Female 142,000 295,000 581 ,000 0.2% 0.3% 0.5% White 86,000 139,000 225,000 0.1 0.2 0.3 Black 51,000 109,000 231,000 0.6 0.9 1.7 Hispanic 8,000 30,000 86,000 0.2 0.4 0.7 Nearly 1 in 3 black males likely to go to prison based on constant 2001 incarceration rates Cumulative percent of males going to prison :‘wl Black Hispanic All males figure 4 Figure 6.2 Children with Fathers in Prison or Joi! WW 1—; C3 m Blaclcs - 9.3%, 1.05 million —- — - Hispanics Black Children in 2000 ........ Will-{ES - 00 Ch 35%, 420,000 Hispanic ' Children in 2000 1.2%, 550,000 White Children in 2000 ”E E C U H r3 ~.__..-' E ~00 d LT-t y—d E 0 U E U C: H :5. B E: EL} fl 3 U 1 980 1935 1990 _ 1995 2000 W Source: Author’s calculations based on data from Surveys of Inmates of State and Federal Cor- rectional Facilities anti Surveys of Inmates of Local Jails, and data from the March Current Population Survey (1 979—2000) Figure 6.8 Probability of Couple Marrying After Birth of Child :3 Not Incarcerated 1‘4 Incarcerated 5 4.9 ”if; L; 4 E 9: . [EU 3 3 s 5 “ES 2 B“ 1.3 4:5 1 (3.4) Fa {7) 1.5-: s 3%? White Hispanic ' No Employment Adjustment Adjusting for Employment Source-Author’s compilations from the Fragile Families Survey. More: Figures in parentheses show the statistical error of prediction, approximater equal to 1.65 times the predictive standard error. Figure 6.9 Estimated Probabilitymof Coupie Separating After ' Birth of Child 1:! Not Incarcerated _ 46.2 ' " ' (1-1 -4) 1: _ 9,: Incarcerated 40 E; - =1 2 .8 30.4 1:: 30 9 é a -9 ”:3 20 e — L... C} )5" §_ 10 ._r.: E m _ 0 Black _ Black No Ernploylnent Adjusment Adjusting for Employment Source: Audlofs eompilations from the Fragile Families Sumy. New: Figures in Parentheses shew-L? the statistical error of predictidn, approximateiy 1.65 times the predictive smndard. error. ' ...
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