2 edition of Prisoners as learners; a description and analysis of prisoners" learning endeavors. found in the catalog.
Prisoners as learners; a description and analysis of prisoners" learning endeavors.
George Garner Ambury
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||206|
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The researcher's briefing of the "guards" may have predisposed them to treat the "prisoners" brutally. The study illustrates that the social situation affects behavior only under highly unusual circumstances.
The "prisoners" in the study had too much say in how they were treated. A study by the Correctional Education Association compared released prisoners who either had or had not participated in education programs while they were incarcerated, and the results are pretty telling.
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