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Title: Compliance & Cooperation in Custody: A function of Procedural / Interactional Justice (The case for a baseline study at NCS)
Authors: Schulz, Stefan
Keywords: Custody
Procedural justice
Interactional justice
Compliance
Cooperation
Baseline study
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2017
Citation: Schulz, S. (2017, October 5). Compliance & Cooperation in Custody: A function of Procedural / Interactional Justice (The case for a baseline study at NCS) [PowerPoint presentation].
Abstract: Contents 1. Introduction 2. Compliance & Cooperation of Offenders: Relevance / Importance 3. Central Functions of NCS under Threat: the Namibian Budget ‘melt-down’ 2017 4. Bootstrapping from the Crisis: Procedural / Interactional Justice (PIJ) the magic recipe? 5. Paucity of Data: the Case for a Baseline Study 6. Theoretical Details: Procedural / Interactional Justice (PIJ) and desirable correctional outcomes 7. What to look for: the Parameters for a Baseline Study on PIJ at NCS 8. Conclusion
Description: PowerPoint presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10628/651
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