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Lead Exposure and Its Implications for Criminological Theory
This article summarizes what is known about the association between lead exposure and human behavior and discusses the implications for criminology. It provides background information about leadExpand
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Supermax Prisons
Supermax prisons have substantially increased in popularity during the last 20 years. This article presents an examination of the current state of knowledge on supermax prisons, in terms of both caseExpand
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Understanding cultural context when collecting field data: lessons learned from field research in a slum area in the Philippines
Textbooks on research methods generally emphasize the need to collect data with high validity, reliability, and in the case of qualitative research, authenticity. Yet, field research often posesExpand
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A Phenomenological Approach to Assessing a DUI/DWI Program
In an effort to find a more proactive solution to the problem of drunk driving, a midwestern city has implemented a Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Impaired (DUI/DWI) Court program, aExpand
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Understanding Prison Management in the Philippines
Current prison management models strictly prohibit inmates from assisting with prison administration or governance. This is feasible in developed countries where governments can provide adequateExpand
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Challenges to inmate classification in a developing country setting: implications for context-based inmate classification schemes
ABSTRACT Inmate classification is a key aspect of prison management and inmate programming. It guides inmate housing assignment, level of supervision and control, and inmate programme placement. TheExpand
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Understanding Factors Related to Prolonged Trial of Detained Defendants in the Philippines
  • Raymund E. Narag
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International journal of offender therapy and…
  • 19 October 2017
Utilizing a combination of jail official data and qualitative data gathered through Focus Group Discussions and interviews with inmates, court actors, and jail officers, this article investigates theExpand
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Putting Out Fires: Understanding the Developmental Nature and Roles of Inmate Gangs in the Philippine Overcrowded Jails
  • Raymund E. Narag, Sou Lee
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • International journal of offender therapy and…
  • 3 December 2017
Utilizing intensive interview data from inmates in one of the most overcrowded and underresourced jails in Metro Manila, Philippines, this article explores the origins and roles of inmate pangkats (aExpand
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Exploring the consequences of prolonged pretrial incarceration: evidence from a local jurisdiction in the Philippines
ABSTRACT Prolonged pretrial incarceration is a key issue facing the criminal justice systems of many developing countries. Detainees stay in jail for years while undergoing trial but are stillExpand
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