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FORUM Employing Offenders

January 1996, Volume 8, No. 1
A tough labour market for the young by Deborah Sunter       HTML PDF
Industry in Canadian federal prisons: Glimpses into history by John Edwards   HTML PDF
Unemployment and population aging: Contradictory trends affecting penitentiary populations by Roger Boe   HTML PDF
The effect of prison employment and vocational/apprenticeship training on long-term recidivism by William G. Saylor and Gerald G. Gaes   HTML
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CORCAN participation and post-release recidivism by Larry Motiuk and Ray Belcourt   HTML
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Inmate employment: The increasingly influencial flow of generic work skills by Christa Gillis, David Robinson and Frank Porporino   HTML
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An inmate's research: Insights on receiving a college education while incarcerated by Edward A. Parker   HTML
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Targetting employment patterns to reduce offender risk and need by Larry Motiuk   HTML
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Employability: From research to practice by Elizabeth Fabiano, Jim LaPlante and Amel Loza   HTML PDF
Generic and employability skills for inmates by Pat Mulgrew   HTML
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Employability in practice by Jacques Brouillard and Alain Sirois   HTML
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Offenders and work in the Correctional Service of Canada: A historical evolution by Thomas Townsend   HTML
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Prison industry programs and inmate institutional behaviour by Kathleen Maguire   HTML
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Public and private sector partnerships in prison industries and offender employment by Robert C. Grieser   HTML
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The basic principles and characteristics of correctional adult basic education by Ray Lilly   HTML
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Work releases: A constructive step forward by Charles L. Haskell   HTML
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