Exam 3 Study Guide Fall 2010

Exam 3 Study Guide Fall 2010 - text/class Know about jail...

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Exam 3 Study Guide (Chapters 8, 9, 13, 15, 16) Historical roots of parole Reasons why corrections is not correcting according to your text Salient factor score Three responsibilities of the paroling authority Reentry issues specific to women Reentry courts Parole eligibility date Four main goals of correctional staff members Custodial v. program staff: know about them as well as which group makes up the majority of prison staff Staff subculture Know the different staff personalities Job satisfaction of correctional staff: reasons for it, reasons it might be on the rise, important determinants of it Impact of terrorism on corrections Gain time Structured conflict Four reasons why prisons are overcrowded and consequences of overcrowding Exchange rates Know the causes of and ways to prevent riots, know the characteristics of the three main riots discussed in
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Unformatted text preview: text/class Know about jail gangs and the 2004 research on them: problems they cause, benefits of controlling Know about Mears and Watsons research on supermax prisons No-Frills Prison Act at the federal levelwhat does it prohibit? Know about technocorrections: videoconferencing, telemedicine, detection Furman v. Georgia, Gregg v. Georgia Know about capital punishment around the world Last three federal executions and federal death row Illinois and the death penalty Appealing the death penalty Liebman study and the two types of error parens patriae Delinquent vs. status offenses Crime for which juveniles are most frequently arrested Guardian ad litem What are blended sentences? Why do incarcerated juveniles join gangs?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course CRJU 312 taught by Professor Meade during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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