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The Ethics of Post Incarceration Association among Ex-Prisoners

A recent submission by SNRG graduate student (PhD Program in Criminal Justice) for the Steve and Elly Hammermnan Prize for Ethics in Criminal Justice.

Can post-incarceration restrictions on association
be made ethical?
Evan Misshula, PhD Candidate (Criminal Justice)
July 12, 2012
Abstract: This paper constructs an ethical framework for ex-prisoners trying to cope with the sometimes contradictory demands of reentry. The proposal is inspired by the Center for Criminal Justice Ethics’ Character Project and seeks to inform the development of character with recent revelations in the health impact of social networks.