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Imaginative Programming in Probation and Parole

Author:

Paul W. Keve

Imaginative Programming in Probation and Parole
Imaginative Programming in Probation and Parole

Paul W. Keve was head of the department of public communications and safety of the Research Analysis Corporation, McLean, Virginia. He served previously as commissioner of corrections for the state of Minnesota. He is the author of three other books published by the University of Minnesota Press: Prison, Probation, or Parole? A Probation Officer Investigates; Prison Life and Human Worth; and A Probation Officer Investigates: A Guide to the Pre-sentence Report.

Imaginative Programming in Probation and Parole

Table of Contents

1 CASEWORK AS A DYNAMIC METHOD
2 SPECIAL CASEWORK APPROACHES
3 THE GROUP WORK METHOD
4 SPECIAL PURPOSE PROGRAMS
5 CONTROLLED CULTURE AS A TREATMENT TOOL
6 NARCOTICS ADDICTS ON PROBATION OR PAROLE
7 THE CLIENT AS STAFF
8 THE HALFWAY HOUSE
9 COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN CORRECTIONS

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