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Predicting Inmate Economic Conflict in Female Housing Units: Individual Factors versus Social Climate Factors

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Despite the fact that a number of studies have examined violence in women’s correctional facilities, no study we are aware of has focused on inmate perceptions of economic conflict. The data utilized for this study were obtained as a result of a previously funded National Institute of Corrections cooperative agreement that developed the Women’s Correctional Safety Scales (WCSS), an instrument designed to measure the climate of violence in female correctional institutions. In addition to validating the inmate’s economic conflict scale in the instrument using data from 4040 female inmates housed in fifteen correctional facilities located in seven different states, economic conflict scores were regressed on a range of individual-related (background) and social climate-related (environmental) variables. We discuss the implications of findings for future research and correctional practice.
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Karpova, Polina., Robbins, Hannah., Wells, James., Owen, Barbara. and Keller, Peggy. "Predicting Inmate Economic Conflict in Female Housing Units: Individual Factors versus Social Climate Factors" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL, Nov 13, 2012 <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p575210_index.html>

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Karpova, P. , Robbins, H. , Wells, J. B., Owen, B. and Keller, P. S. , 2012-11-13 "Predicting Inmate Economic Conflict in Female Housing Units: Individual Factors versus Social Climate Factors" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p575210_index.html

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Abstract: Despite the fact that a number of studies have examined violence in women’s correctional facilities, no study we are aware of has focused on inmate perceptions of economic conflict. The data utilized for this study were obtained as a result of a previously funded National Institute of Corrections cooperative agreement that developed the Women’s Correctional Safety Scales (WCSS), an instrument designed to measure the climate of violence in female correctional institutions. In addition to validating the inmate’s economic conflict scale in the instrument using data from 4040 female inmates housed in fifteen correctional facilities located in seven different states, economic conflict scores were regressed on a range of individual-related (background) and social climate-related (environmental) variables. We discuss the implications of findings for future research and correctional practice.


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