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Title: For better or for worse : is drug rehabilitation the case at the Corradino correctional facility?
Authors: Fabri, Sharlet
Keywords: Rehabilitation
Correctional institutions -- Malta
Drug abuse and crime
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: The ever-increasing rate of drug addicts in our country is reflecting itself in the rise of the prison population. While some of the prisoners might take this with a pinch of salt and indulge themselves in a life of crime, others long for rehabilitation. The rest of the community is bound to trust the prisons system as an institution to reform and rehabilitate its inmates. However, are the people put behind the Corradino Correctional Facility's bars rehabilitating themselves, or are they returning back to society in an even worse manner than they had left it? Experience is what forms and alters perceptions regarding this. Hence, the differing perceptions of people who have experienced prison and others who never did will be outlined.
Description: B.A.(HONS)SOCIOLOGY
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacArtSoc - 2011

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