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Unformatted text preview: ication 288 Retributivist Arguments 291 Financial Cost 293 Bureaucratization and Execution 294 Conclusion 295 Post-Test 295 Key Ideas 297 Critical Thinking Questions 297 Key Terms 298 Web Resources 299 Additional Resources 299 Glossary 301 References 309 sto80731_fm_i-xvi.indd 12 3/28/13 4:04 PM Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the efforts of Ms. Carrie Brandt and the staff at Bridgepoint Education: Mireille Yanow, Kristle Maglunob, Nicole Sanchez-Sullivan, and Lindsey Messner. The final product was much improved because of the dedication and attention provided by these individuals. The editorial staff would like to thank Craig Leonard for his assistance in developing the text, Joyce Myers for her editorial support, and Ryan Fleetwood for his cover design. We would also like to thank the following peer reviewers for their feedback and guidance: Tracy Crump, Chicago State University Leah Daigle, Georgia State University Ted Ellis, Ashford University Gary Gonzales, Ashford University Elaine Gunnison, Seattle University Jamila Harris Mitchell, Ashford University sto80731_fm_i-xvi.indd 13 3/28/13 4:04 PM sto80731_fm_i-xvi.indd 14 3/28/13 4:04 PM About the Authors Stan Stojkovic is dean and professor in the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has been part of the school for the past 30 years. He has extensive experience working with criminal justice agencies, particularly correctional organizations. He has published materials on matters relating to corrections. Along with fellow co-author Rick Lovell, he led the California Department of Corrections’ Leadership Institute from 1994–2004. Rick Lovell is a professor in the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has been part of the school for the past 26 years. He is chair of the criminal justice department, and has had extensive experience working with criminal justice agencies in the area of corrections across many different jurisdictions. His published works focus on the areas of research utilization, minority overrepresentation, and correctional administration. sto80731_fm_i-xvi.indd 15 3/28/13 4:04 PM sto80731_fm_i-xvi.indd 16 3/28/13 4:04 PM...
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