Corrections : Foundations for the Future Paperback / softback
Part of the Criminology and Justice Studies series
"Jeanne Stinchcomb's book makes an excellent contribution to the field of corrections serving as a substantial resource for those teaching corrections and as a practical inspiration for those students who will ultimately lead the profession.
Stinchomb carefully crafts a balanced perspective that presents a powerful argument for why corrections is an important and necessary part of our criminal justice system while at the same time cautioning that justice can only be served when corrections is implemented with integrity and held to the highest of professional standards....This book will dare those who care about corrections to move beyond the ease of accepting the status quo to optimistically embracing the greater challenges of implementing a just and effective system of corrections." - Faith E.
Lutze, Ph.D., Washington State UniversityWritten by a master teacher with over a decade of experience in federal, state, and local justice agencies, this is the most comprehensive, yet affordable, corrections text on the market.
Students will like everything about it - from the reasonable cost to the user-friendly narrative that keeps them engaged.
Chapters are written with the passion of a former correctional trainer and administrator, while balancing both sides of every issue.
Based on proven concepts of instructional design, the narrative features:measurable learning outcomes that are placed strategically throughout the chaptersmaterial is presented in a "building-block" method designed to enhance learning"Close-up on Corrections" boxes reinforce content with real-life stories and examples. Realistic insights are provided into virtually every aspect of the "correctional conglomerate" - from the impact of sentencing policies to the effects of institutional life and the difficulties of re-entry.
Unlike most other texts, an entire chapter is devoted to the correctional workforce - which gives students insights into the challenges as well as rewards of such employment.
Best of all for the instructor, the book's flexibility and supplemental material make it a breeze to use in the classroom.
Electronic versions are available for online and hybrid courses, and it is customizable in inexpensive paperback form.
The instructor's manual, written entirely by the Author of the text itself, includes over 500 high-quality test questions directly correlated with each learning outcome featured in the text, along with annotated websites, teaching tips, and powerpoint slides.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 640 pages, Adaptation of Social Work and Social Welfare; 63 Line drawings, black and white; 54 Halft
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 11/02/2011
- Category: Penology & punishment
- ISBN: 9780415873338