9 edition of Making sense with offenders found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -261) and index.
|Series||The Wiley series in offender rehabilitation|
|LC Classifications||RC451.4.P68 H68 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
|ISBN 10||0471954152, 0471966274|
|LC Control Number||97033472|
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Chapter 9, Making Sense of Sex Offender Registers, aims to be the analytic focus of the book, but is basically a mistitled chapter that really does not evaluate and assess information or registers and instead simply presents overviews of what goes into determining if a register is accurate, what some research says about how registered offenders. Making Sense of God Book Study – Post Index. Febru J / livinghomeward. Click the links below to navigate to the various posts in my book study of Tim Keller’s Making Sense of God. Introductory post: Let’s Do A Book Study! Preface: The Faith of the Secular;.
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Julia Houston is the author of Making Sense with Offenders: Personal Constructs, Therapy and Change, published by by: The author's research shows that criminals who desist from crime have constructed powerful narratives that aided them in making sense of their pasts, finding fulfillment in productive behaviors, and feeling in control of their by: Making Sense With Offenders: Personal Constructs, Therapy and Change Julia Houston Wiley, ; pp, £, pbk.
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Summary: This new book helps readers to understand why many offenders appear to fail to learn from experience, and why they may be ambivalent or resistant to change. The essence of Personal Construct Psychology (PCP) is that people behave in ways which make sense.
He is a former probation officer. Flora is the author and co-author of two clinical books on sex offenders. Michael L. Keohane, LCSW, CSOTP, CPRP, has worked with adults with mental illness and adult sex offenders for over twelve by: Making Sense of Sentencing Book Description: On 3 SeptemberBill C was proclaimed in force, initiating one significant step in the reform of sentencing and parole in Canada.
system. These govern decisions about which criminal offenders are eligible for community placement, jail or prison, and how long offenders should be behind bars or under supervision.
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What this book is very useful for is understanding that: 1) you have no chance of knowing who is and who isn't a sex offender, 2) you can differentiate against high-risk and low-risk situations, 3) you can take steps that will either minimize or bring your risk situation down to 0, 4) even if you do all of that, you might still get attacked (either as an adult, a teenager, or a child)/5.
The authors present criminology as a debate about assessing and evaluating information connected with crime. The book explores the Making Sense of Criminology is a clear, concise introduction for all students new to the subject/5(3).
Guarding against manipulation by criminal offenders 3 Psychopathy When it comes to manipulation and deceit, psychopaths warrant special attention. About one percent of the population probably meet the diagnostic criteria for psychopathy (Hare, ).
Psychopathy is a pervasive personality disorder. Psychopaths have little or no conscience. Making Sense of Denial in Sexual Offenders: A Qualitative Phenomenological and Repertory Grid Analysis Nicholas Blagden, 1 Belinda Winder, Mick Gregson,1 and Karen Thorne2 Abstract.
This book provides the first serious and detailed narrative of the conception and implementation of the sex offender registers. It seeks to do so in a clear and easy-to-follow text that will be both informed and critical and will also serve as a resource book for those wanting to make further study of the process of registration and monitoring.
Part I of the book (Chapters 1 through 9) covers general topics, beginning with Dennis Doran's chapter, “Recidivism Risk Assessment: Making Sense of Controversies,” which describes a common‐sense approach to deciding which actuarial risk assessment instrument to use and when to Author: Jeff Feix.
A workbook for kids with sensory processing disorder (SPD), a condition characterized by difficulty with sensory integration, Making Sense of Your Senses includes activities designed to help parents teach children skills they can use in everyday life to overcome their symptoms and build self-awareness.
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There were parts of this book I read & reread. It widened my perspective on the purpose & meaning of /5. Rather than providing students with "the answers," Making Sense of Criminal Justice: Policies and Practices, Third Edition, challenges them to think critically about how the criminal justice system deals with challenging situations—like the use of force by the police—and offers a framework for lively classroom discussions and : $Making Sense with Offenders.
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Working with Sex Offenders is a unique book which brings together leading practitioners in the field to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date distillation of relevant guidance to assist anyone who works with sex offenders.
The authors examine topics including assessment, treatment, supervision and safeguarding. Skills and strategies for successful engagement with offenders.