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 men more likely to remain on conditional release until the end of their sentence than unemployed men?

  • Yes
  • No
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2. What were comparisons 2 and 3?

  • Return to custody with over 5 new offences before end of previous sentence | Return to custody without a new offence before end of sentence
  • Return to custody with a new offence before end of the previous sentence, and return to custody without a new offence before end of sentence
  • Remain in custody with sentence intact, love of custard.
  • Remain in custody, return to custody with over 5 new offences before end of sentence

3. The data was analysed and comparisons were drew between the groups, what was comparison 1?

  • Return to custody after end of sentence
  • Return to custard before end of sentence (Why not, it's delicious.)
  • Return to custody before end of sentence
  • Return to custody voluntarily

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

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

5. What was the title of the Gillis and Nafekh study?

  • The effects of community-based employment on re-offending
  • The affects of prison-based employment on offending
  • The affects of community-based employment on re-offending
  • The effects of prison-based employment on re-offending

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