Daily Archives: May 2, 2017

Economic Development Subsidies and the Funding of Private Prisons

[Translate] Economic Development Subsidies and the Funding of Private Prisons

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Private Prisons in Public Discourse Measuring Moral Legitimacy

[Translate] Private Prisons in Public Discourse Measuring Moral Legitimacy

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Private Prisons—Welcome or Not

[Translate] Private Prisons—Welcome or Not

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Strange Bedfellows: Reaffirming Rehabilitation and Prison Privatization

[Translate] Strange Bedfellows: Reaffirming Rehabilitation and Prison Privatization

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African Americans’ Principled Opposition to Prison Privatization

[Translate] African Americans’ Principled Opposition to Prison Privatization

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Hidden corporate profits in the U.S. prison system: the unorthodox policy-making of the American Legislative Exchange Council

[Translate] Hidden corporate profits in the U.S. prison system: the unorthodox policy-making of the American Legislative Exchange Council

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Race and Ethnicity as Determinants of privatizing State Prisons

[Translate] Race and Ethnicity as Determinants of privatizing State Prisons

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The criminalization of immigration and the privatization of the immigration detention implications for justice

[Translate] The criminalization of immigration and the privatization of the immigration detention implications for justice

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The Impact of Job Attitudes on Private Correctional Staff’s Continuance and Affective Organizational Commitment

[Translate] The Impact of Job Attitudes on Private Correctional Staff’s Continuance and Affective Organizational Commitment

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To Be or Not to Be Committed: The Effects of Continuance and Affective Commitment on Absenteeism and Turnover Intent among Private Prison Personnel

[Translate] To Be or Not to Be Committed: The Effects of Continuance and Affective Commitment on Absenteeism and Turnover Intent among Private Prison Personnel

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