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    2007 Research

    Abstract:  Spiritual Identity: A Bridge to Re-entry

    Mentor: Lonnie Schaible, Department of Sociology

    There are many factors which can influence an offender's behavior while incarcerated and may have some bearing on their ability to successfully re-enter the community. Religiosity is one venue in which inmates can discover a new or renew an existing identity beneficial to their survival and outside the institution. Religiosity is defined as commitment to spiritual programming, affiliation with religious group and/or belief system, participation in the spiritual group(s) meeting and/or events, as well as individual activities associated with the religious group. Using Hirschi's Social Control Theory, previous studies are reviewed to discover possible correlations between social bonds and behavioral outcomes

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    35th Society of Criminology Conference, Sacramento, CA:

    Feb 14-17, 2008 McNair Research

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