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Using Reentry Simulations to Promote Changes in Attitude toward Offenders: Experiential Learning to Promote Successful Reentry

By Stacy C. Moak, Jeffery T. Walker, Martha Earwood, Gabby Towery

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Publication Title American Journal of Criminal Justice : AJCJ
Volume 45
Issue 1
Pages 126-144
ISBN/ISSN 10662316
Publisher Springer Nature B.V.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12103-019-09500-9
Language English
Author Address University of Alabama, Department of Social Work, Birmingham, USA (GRID:grid.265892.2) (ISNI:0000000106344187) ; University of Alabama, Department of Criminal Justice, Birmingham, USA (GRID:grid.265892.2) (ISNI:0000000106344187) ; University of Alabama, Department of Social Work, Birmingham, USA (GRID:grid.265892.2) (ISNI:0000000106344187)
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  1. Audiences
  2. Correctional Institutions
  3. Criminal justice
  4. Criminology
  5. Discrimination
  6. Empathy
  7. Judicial system
  8. Prisoners
  9. Prisons
  10. Qualitative Research
  11. Rehabilitation
  12. scoring systems
  13. Simulations
  14. social integration
  15. social justice
  16. Social Work