Substance Abuse Reintegration Programs for Female Prisoners

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Essay #: 063073
Total text length is 8,835 characters (approximately 6.1 pages).

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An Analysis of Female Punishment Approaches: The Importance of Four Approaches for Substance Abuse Reintegration Programs of Female Prisoners into Society
This criminology study will analyze the open family, ethic specific, human dignity, and the financial strategy of women offenders through the reintegration substance abuse scenario in a recent prisoner program. A study done by Nancy
VanDeMark
will delineate the closed family and isolatory punishment scenarios that prevent criminals from reintegrating into society through substance abuse objectives. The importance of family, human dignity, and a strategy for an ethical recovery process for female offenders should be the path that is taken to rehabilitate criminals. By analyzing these four...
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.....nd social reintegration that VanDeMark found in this nation wide reintegration analysis of a study done by the government on substance abuse and of the placement of women into society after life in prison.
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VanDeMark
, N. R. (2007). Policy on reintegration of women with histories of substance abuse: A mixed methods study of predictors of relapse and facilitators of recovery. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 2(28). Retrieved from Academic
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Van Wormer, K. (2010). Working with female offenders: A gender sensitive approach. New York: John Wiley and Sons.