The Early History of Correctional Thought and Practice
1. The purpose of punishment as a public spectacle was:
a. immediate deterrence
b. specific deterrence.
c. exhibition of the sovereigns power.
d. both crime control
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1. Martin and Yablonsky describe a situational offender as one who made a mistake and paid a
debt to Society for that mistake.
2. Prostitution is more an Economic crime than a sexual crime.
3. Alcoholics produce more disas
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1. A prison designed and organized to permit inmates and visitors as much freedom as is consistent
with the concept of incarceration is a Minimum Security prison.
2. Administrators believe that elderly inmates should rema
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1. The Disorganized Criminal is not able to develop the role orientation of doing time, gleaning,
The prison diet and daily routine is monotonous.
3. A Gorilla or Wolf in the prison inmate culture considere
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1. _Incapacitation_ assumes that society can remove an offenders capacity to commit
further crimes by detention in prison or by execution.
2. Retribution espouses that an offender should be punished proportion _ to the g
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1. The ability to influence a persons actions in a desired direction without resorting to force is
known as Authority.
2. Motivational Interviewing increases the effectiveness of correctional treatment by having the
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1. A continuum of sanctions is a range of correctional management strategies based on the degree
of Intrusiveness and Control over the offender.
2. Performance measurement makes sure programs are having their intended effe