The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political & Social Science: Tough on Crime, Tough on Families? Criminal Justice and Family Life in America

The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political & Social Science: Tough on Crime, Tough on Families? Criminal Justice and Family Life in America

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ISBN-13: 9781506354699
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication date: 05/16/2016
Series: The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Series , #665
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 243
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
Tough on Crime, Tough on Families? Criminal Justice and Family Life in America - Sara Wakefield, Hedwig Lee, and Christopher Wildeman
Surveys, Records, and the Study of Incarceration in Families - Amanda Geller, Kate Jaeger, and Garrett T. Pace
THE CHARACTER, LEVEL, FREQUENCY, AND SEVERITY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONTACT
Drinking Alone? The Effect of an Alcohol Treatment Program on Relationship Stability for Convicted Drunk Drivers in Denmark - Signe Hald Andersen
“A Twenty-Hour-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
The Effects of Jail and Prison Confinement on Cohabitation and Marriage - Robert Apel
Found Out and Opting Out: The Consequences for Online Criminal Records for Families - Sarah Lageson
Commentary: Records, Relationships, and Reentries: How Specific Punishment Conditions Affect Family Life - Christopher Uggen
How Children’s Educational Outcomes and Criminality Vary by Duration and Frequency of Paternal Incarceration - Lars H. Andersen
Families at the Intersection of the Criminal Justice and Child Protective Services Systems - Lawrence M. Berger, Maria Cancian, Laura Cuesta, and Jennifer Noyes
Distinguishing Petty Offenders from Serious Criminals in the Estimation of Family Life Effects - Sara Wakefield and Kathleen Powell
Commentary: Could Linked Data Help Us To Better Understand the Macro-Level Consequences of Mass Imprisonment? - William J. Sabol
CLOSING COMMENTARIES
Reexaminging 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

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