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CJA 345 UPX W5 Social Economic Contributions of Rehabilitation Paper

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UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF REHABILITATION METHOD OF CRIMINAL
PUNISHMENT 1
Understanding the Social-Economic Impacts of Rehabilitation Method of Criminal Punishment
By: Diana Easley, Patrick Conroy, Mimi Ford and Deirdri Fishel
CJA/345
June 1
st
, 2020
Dr. Eboniece Cason-Hussain

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UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF REHABILITATION METHOD OF CRIMINAL
PUNISHMENT 2
Part 3
Research Methodology
Methods
In a bid to determine the social-economic contributions of rehabilitation as a method of
criminal punishment, qualitative and quantitative methods will be used to collect the data and
analyze the information gathered. Qualitative research methods provide non-numerical data and
seek to understand and interpret the meaning of the information gathered (Hammarberg et al.,
2016). In this case, observation, oral history, and content analysis will be used to acquire
qualitative data. In a bid to determine the effects of rehabilitation on the social life of the
inmates, a randomly sampled number of rehabilitated prisoners will be observed after release.
The offenders will be observed to identify if any changes in behavior occur by the offender in
their interaction with members of their society for a specific period. Additionally, an oral history
of rehabilitation will be acquired from criminal justice frontiers to determine the objectives of the
correctional method. The study will also analyze various scholarly journals from different
criminal justice system websites and search engines such as Google Scholar. The literature
material will be analyzed to determine the already discovered impacts of rehabilitation in the
development of social and economic aspects. The qualitative methods will significantly
contribute to the reliability and legitimacy of the information recorded in the study since they
will provide primary data.
Quantitative research methods, such as questionnaires and experimental surveys, will be
used to acquire secondary information. The questionnaires will be administered to inmates
serving their rehabilitative imprisonment to determine their perception and reception of the

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UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF REHABILITATION METHOD OF CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT 1 Understanding the Social-Economic Impacts of Rehabilitation Method of Criminal Punishment By: Diana Easley, Patrick Conroy, Mimi Ford and Deirdri Fishel CJA/345 June 1st, 2020 Dr. Eboniece Cason-Hussain UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF REHABILITATION METHOD OF CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT 2 Part 3 Research Methodology Methods In a bid to determine the social-economic contributions of rehabilitation as a method of criminal punishment, qualitative and quantitative methods will be used to collect the data and analyze the information gathered. Qualitative research methods provide non-numerical data and seek to understand and interpret the meaning of the information gathered (Hammarberg et al., 2016). In this case, observation, oral history, and content analysis will be used to acquire qualitative data. In a bid to determine the effects of rehabilitation on the social life of the inmates, a randomly sampled number of rehabilitated prisoners will be observed after release. The offenders will be observed to identify if any changes in behavior occur by the offender in their interaction with members of their society for a specific period. Additionally, an oral history of rehabilitation will be acquired from criminal justice frontiers to determine the objectives of the correctional method. The study will also analyze various scholarly journals from different criminal justice system websi ...
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