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Volume 5, Number 1, February 2006

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MANDATORY MINIMUM SENTENCING
pp. 1-3(3)
Author: FROST, NATASHA A.

OREGON'S GET TOUGH SENTENCING REFORM: A LESSON IN JUSTICE SYSTEM ADAPTATION
pp. 5-36(32)
Authors: MERRITT, NANCY; FAIN, TERRY; TURNER, SUSAN

CRIMINOLOGY, MANDATORY MINIMUMS, AND PUBLIC POLICY
pp. 45-56(12)
Author: TONRY, MICHAEL

UNDER SURVEILLANCE: AN EMPIRICAL TEST OF THE EFFECTIVENESS AND CONSEQUENCES OF ELECTRONIC MONITORING
pp. 61-91(31)
Authors: PADGETT, KATHY G.; BALES, WILLIAM D.; BLOMBERG, THOMAS G.

ISSUES BEYOND EMPIRICAL EM REPORTS
pp. 93-101(9)
Author: LILLY, J. ROBERT

HIV IN PRISONS
pp. 109-112(4)
Author: HAMMETT, THEODORE M.

INMATE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH HIV TRANSMISSION IN PRISON
pp. 113-135(23)
Author: KREBS, CHRISTOPHER P.

ADDRESSING THE HIV EPIDEMIC THROUGH QUALITY CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE
pp. 149-155(7)
Authors: BECKWITH, CURT G.; ZALLER, NICK; RICH, JOSIAH D.

SELF-HARM IN WOMEN'S PRISONS
pp. 157-159(3)
Author: BOSWORTH, MARY

PANDORA'S BOX: RISK/NEED AND GENDER-RESPONSIVE CORRECTIONS
pp. 183-192(10)
Author: HANNAH-MOFFAT, KELLY

SELF-INJURY IN CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS: “PATHOLOGY” OF PRISONS OR OF PRISONERS?
pp. 193-202(10)
Authors: THOMAS, JIM; LEAF, MARGARET; KAZMIERCZAK, STEVE; STONE, JOSH

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