Family Focus on Families and the Criminal Justice System
In this Family Focus section of NCFR Report, your colleagues concentrate on the effects of incarceration on families.
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- A Family Perspective on Incarceration and Criminal Justice Involvement — by Joyce A. Arditti, Ph.D., Department of Human Development, Virginia Tech
- When Men Are Released From Prison: What Have We Done? — by Alan C. Acock, Professor, Oregon State University; and Delores A. Acock
- Facing Incarceration and Preparing for Re-Entry: The Needs and Hopes of Young Families — by Tasseli McKay, MPH, Research Analyst, Crime, Violence, and Justice Policy Program, RTI International; Anupa Bir, ScD, Director, Women, Children, & Families Program, RTI International; and Christine Lindquist, Ph.D., Senior Research Sociologist, Crime,Violence and Justice Policy Program, RTI International
- "Most of Us Are In Here Because of Money": Understanding and Addressing Financial Education Needs in Incarcerated Populations — by Lindsay Larson Call, M.S., adjunct faculty, Brigham Young University–Idaho; Angela R. Wiley, Ph.D., associate professor, University of Illinois; W. Justin Dyer, Ph.D., assistant professor, Brigham Young University; Randal D. Day, Ph.D., professor, Brigham Young University
- Family Wellness for Individuals in Prison — by Linda G. Bell, Ph.D., ABPP, LMFT, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
- A Family Life Educator's Account: A Call to Maintain Proximity to the Disenfranchised — by Anthony James, Ph.D., Department of Family Studies & Social Work, Miami University, Ohio
- Working With Children of Incarcerated Parents — by Javiette Samuel, Ph.D., CFLE, Associate Professor, Division of Family and Consumer Sciences, College of Agriculture, Food Science, and Sustainable Systems, Kentucky State University; and Margaret Machara, Ph.D., CFLE, Assistant Professor, Tennessee State University
- Status Offender Diversion and the Reduced Use of Detention: Supporting Teens and Families Outside Court Systems — by Kellie G. Randall, M.A., and Preston A. Britner, Ph.D., University of Connecticut
- The Long Reach of the Criminal Justice System: The Consequences of Incarceration for Family Life — by Kristin Turney, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology, University of California, Irvine
- Addressing the Needs of Youth Served by Both the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice System — by Samantha A. Goodrich, M. A., doctoral student; Kellie G. Randall, M. A., doctoral student; Stephen A. Anderson, Ph. D.; and Ronald M. Sabatelli, Ph. D., University of Connecticut Center for Applied Research in Human Development
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