Cognitive-behavioural group work: its application to specific offender groups
The cognitive-behavioral approaches are challenged by the implications of major findings like 'what works' literature to non-mainstream correctional groups comprising of female, adolescent and indigenous offenders. There is insufficient evidence available to assess the rehabilitative efficacy of cognitive-behavioral approaches when applied uncritically with offenders outside the adult mainstream.
Publication Name: The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
No Child Left Behind's faith - based initiative provision and the establishment clause
Publication Name: The Journal of Law and Education
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