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Tough on crime, tough on families? : criminal justice and family life in America / special editors: Christoper Wildeman, Sara Wakefield, Hedwig Lee.

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLM H1 .A4 v.665 (Text) 00000106203631 General book Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781506354699
  • ISBN: 1506354696
  • ISBN: 9781506354682
  • ISBN: 1506354688
  • Physical Description: 243 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Los Angeles : Sage, [2016]

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General Note:
"May 2016."
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note:
Tough on crime, tough on families? : criminal justice and family life in America / Sara Wakefield, Hedwig Lee, and Christopher Wilderman -- Surveys, records, and the study of incarceration in families / Amanda Geller, Kate Jaeger, and Garrett T. Pace -- Drinking alone? : the effect of an alcohol treatment program on relationship stability for convicted drunk drivers in Denmark / Signe Hald Andersen -- "A twenty-hours-a-day job" : the impact of frequent low-level criminal justice involvement on family life / Megan Comfort -- Paternal incarceration and family functioning : variation across federal, state, and local facilities / Christopher Wildeman, Kristin Turney, and Youngmin Yi -- Commentary : time to get rid of the skid bid? : what good are short stays of incarceration? / Shadd Maruna -- Effects of jail and prison confinement on cohabitation and marriage / Robert Apel -- Found out and opting out : the consequences of online criminal records for families / Sarah Esther Lageson -- Commentary : records, relationships, and reentries : how specific punishment conditions affect family life / Christopher Uggen -- How children's education outcomes and criminality vary by duration and frequency of paternal incarceration / Lars H. Andersen -- Families at the intersection of the ciminal justice and child protective services systems / Lawrence M. Berger, Maria Cancian, Laura Cuesta, and Jennifer L. Noyes -- Distinguishing petty offenders from serious criminals in the estimation of family life effects / Sarah Wakefield and Kathleen Powell -- Commentary : could linked data help us to better understand the macrolevel consequences of mass imprisonment? / William J. Sabol -- Reexamining race when studying the consequences of criminal justice contact for families / Anna R. Haskins and Hedwig Lee -- Bridging the gap between research and practice : the role of science in addressing the effects of incarceration on family life / Nancy Rodriguez.
Subject: Criminal justice, Administration of > Social aspects > United States.
Prisoners' families > United States.
Children of prisoners > United States.
Sentences (Criminal procedure) > United States.

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