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Rehabilitation should be valued over punishment in the U.S. Judicial system.

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Smith, Mike. 2000. “All the Facts,” Facts and Opinion Quarterly 10: 51-68.
This is what the article says, it says lots of things and here is where I give a basic summary of its contents.

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Howes, Ed, 2004, "Rehabilitation" [web page] August 2004; [Accessed Janurary 30,2005]
This article basically introduces the idea of Rehabilitation as an idea of punishment and the different effects of rehabilitation. This article also discusses society's relation to rehabilitation of criminals.
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Logan, Charles H. and Gaes, Gerald G., "Meta-Analysis and the Rehabilitation of Punishment" [web page] June 1993; [Accessed Janurary 30,2005]
This text describes the debate between rehabilitation and punishment.
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Scott-n-Mark., "Prison Reform?" [web page] January 2005;
This text is a debate among several people about whether or not rehabilitation is successful
contributed by StringCheese

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cyberspider820 resource
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research > Vol. 28, No. 2 (Dec., 1967), pp. 235-240
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This text describes the meaning of punishment from the affects of childhood to later imprisonment. Therefore providing a distinct correlation between punishment and rehabilitation.

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Ouf103 resource
title:"Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment: Effective Programmes and policies to reduce Re-offending"
Author: James McGuire
Publication Date: December 2002
Publication: John Willey & Sons, Inc.
This book links the diffrent aspects of theory, research and practice by providing an approach to reduce criminal behaviour.

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Ouf103 resource
title:"Criminlal justice: Retribution Vs. Restoration"
Contributor: Eleanor Hannon Judah
Michael Bryant
Publication Date: June 2004
Publication: The Haworth social work practice press
The book presents different suggestions addressing the nations overcrowded prisons, high recidivism rates, and weakened family and community relationships with x-prisoners, also the book shows the different benefits and failures of the justice system and explore the possibilities of improving the system

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Ouf103 resource
title:"Alternatives to Prisons"
Author: Jennfier Skancke
Publication Date: January 2005
Publication: Gale Group
provides a review of the range of issues associated with non-custodial sanctions, examining experiences in Different places like Scotland, Northern Ireland,England and Wales.

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Ouf103 resource
title:"Rethinking Rehab:Why can't we reform our criminals?"
Author: David Farabee
Publication Date: May 2005
Publisher: American Enterprise Institute for public policy research
Imprint: A E I press
A different view about rehabilitation that reveals that the majority of these rehabilitative programs have little or no lasting impact on recidivism.

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Donziger, Steven, Ed. 1996. The Real War on Crime. New York: HyperCollins Publishers, Inc.
This book provides nonpartisan analysis of crime and punishment in the United States and the the legislative stances and trends over the past two decades or so.
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Herman, Peter, Ed. 2001. The American Prison System. New York: H.W. Wilson Company.
This book also goes over the developments in the US crime and punishment system, but this focuses more on the actual prisons themselves than the legislatures and politics.
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