Criminal Attitudes of Ex-Prisoners: the Role of Personality, Anti-Social Friends and Recidivism

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Boduszek, Daniel; McLaughlin, Chris; Hyland, Philip;
  • Publisher: New University Press
  • Subject: BF | H1 | HV

Background: Previous research suggests that those who enter prison with a low level of criminal attitudes, tend to acquire more deviant attitudes during their sentence due to persistent contact with criminal others, and moreover, presence of criminal personality may be ... View more
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