Gendreau, Paul, D. A. Andrews, and James Bonta: The Theory of Effective Correctional Intervention

Criminological theories attempt to explain why offending behavior occurs. Rather than offering an explanation for antisocial behavior, the theory of effective intervention provides (1) support for rehabilitation as a correctional strategy and (2) guidelines for successful delivery of ...

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