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Nov 2nd, 2013
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Cobbina_Crime & Delinquency-2012.pdf 

Cobbina etal. and Oliver and Finney Hairston address the importance of social bonds in prisoner reentry and recidivism, and the ways in which these social bonds are gendered (i.e., reflecting gender differences and different gender roles). Describe the ways in which social relationships shape reentry experiences. Also, the two articles use different methods to address questions about the social bonds/relationships -- how do these methodological approaches tell us something different about the influence of and impact on relationships of reentry?

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  • read articles and answer the questions

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