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Responding to denial, minimization and blame in correctional settings: The "real world' implications of offender neutralizations

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This article examines 'real-world' implications of offender neutralizations. Drawing on empirical evidence derived from a study of the operation of community-based cognitive-behavioural programmes for perpetrators of domestic violence, it focuses on the implications, for offenders, of displaying neutralizations in correctional treatment settings. This article draws attention to the complex relationship between neutralization and correctional group work practice. First, it demonstrates that ne...

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10.1177/1477370813475391

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, Law, Centre for Criminology
Role:
Author
Journal:
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY
Volume:
10
Issue:
5
Pages:
572-590
Publication date:
2013-09-05
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EISSN:
1741-2609
ISSN:
1477-3708
URN:
uuid:b834cf19-9116-411a-8e12-eaf06b54324b
Source identifiers:
478512
Local pid:
pubs:478512

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