Gillis and Nafekh

Revision for the Gillis and Nafekh study in the After A Guilty Verdict topic, Imprisonment.

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1. Are employed women more likely to remain on conditional release until the end of their sentence than unemployed women?

  • Yes
  • No
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2. Are employed men more likely to remain on conditional release until the end of their sentence than unemployed men?

  • Yes
  • No

3. Pairs were matched on what statistics?

  • Eye Colour, Aggressiveness, favourite food, sentence length
  • Gender, risk level, release year, sentence length
  • Eye Colour, risk level, favourite food, sentence length
  • Gender, aggressiveness, release year, sentence length

4. From date of conditional release, women take on average how long to find employment?

  • 6 months
  • 4 months
  • 10 months
  • 8 months

5. What was the aim of the study?

  • To explore the impact of employment on re-offending, with offenders on conditional release.
  • To explore the impact of creative hobbies on re-offending, with offenders on non-conditional release
  • To explore the impact of creative hobbies on re-offending, with offenders on conditional release
  • To explore the impact of employment on re-offending, with offenders on non-conditional release

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