Manpower programs for criminal offenders

Taggart, Robert
August 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Aug72, Vol. 95 Issue 8, p17
Academic Journal
Focuses on employment needs of released prisoners in the United States. Stigma of a criminal record; Expansion of research into the employment problems of offenders; General manpower programs; Importance of intervention in the criminal justice process.


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