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ASSISTING FEMALE OFFENDERS:ART OR SCIENCE?

What Works: Women and Juvenile Females in Community Corrections

 

Chairperson’s Commentary on the 1998 Annual Conference of the International Community Corrections Association, Arlington, Virginia, September 27-30

 

©MAEVE McMAHON

Department of Law, Carleton University

C473 Loeb, 1125 Colonel By Drive

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6

 

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August, 1999

(Posted March, 2001)

 

 

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