11 Criminology & Pub. Pol'y I (2012)

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VOLUME 1 . ISSUE 1 . FEBRUARY 2012
Special Issue
EDITOR'S PREFACE. Continuing to Advance Criminology and Public Policy................. 1
Thomas G. Blomberg
A SIGNALING PERSPECTIVE ON EMPLOYMENT-BASED REENTRY
EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION. Prisoner Reentry, Employment, Signaling, and the
Better Identification of Desisters: Introduction to the Special Issue.................. 5
Daniel P. Mears, Julie Mestre
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Overview of: A Signaling Perspective on Employment-Based
Reentry Programming: Training Completion as a Desistance Signal............... 17
Shawn D. Bushway, Robert Apel
RESEARCH ARTICLE. A Signaling Perspective on Employment-Based
Reentry Programming: Training Completion as a Desistance Signal................ 21
Shawn D. Bushway, Robert Apel
POLICY ESSAY. Obeying Signals and Predicting Future Offending ............. ..... 51
Alex R. Piquero
POLICY ESSAY. Signaling and Meta-analytic Evaluations in the Presence of Latent
Offender Groups: The Importance of Coherent Target Group Specification ........61
Tim Brennan
POLICY ESSAY. Elements of Successful Desistance Signaling . ....................... 73
Shadd Maruna
POLICY ESSAY. Why Work Is Important, and How to Improve the Effectiveness
of Correctional Reentry Programs that Target Employment  .................... 87
Edward Latessa
POLICY ESSAY. A Signaling Approach to Criminal Desistance through
Transitional Jobs Programs   .........................................93
Dan Bloom
POLICY ESSAY. Good Science, Good Sense: Making Meaningful Change
Happen - A Practitioner's Perspective  .................................101
Dora Schriro

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