Differences in the self-reported spiritual health of male juvenile offenders and non-offenders

Kearns, Richard L.; Girvan, James T.; McAleese, Willis J.
June 1998
American Journal of Health Studies;1998, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p113
Academic Journal
Investigates the status of some spiritual health characteristics among incarcerated male juveniles in traditional and nontraditional correctional settings and a comparison group of non-incarcerated juveniles. Demographic profile of adolescent respondents; Spiritual Dimension Scale performances; Implications for health educators.


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