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Probation and Parole: Supervision - Bibliography

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BOWERS, SWITHUM. "The Nature and Definition of Social Casework." In Principles and Techniques in Social Casework. Edited by Cora Kasius. New York: Family Services Association of America, 1950. Pages 126–139.

CONRAD, JOHN. "Who Needs a Door Bell Pusher?" The Prison Journal 59 (1979):17–26.

FULTON, BETSY; LATESSA, EDWARD J.; STICHMAN, AMY; and TRAVIS, LAWRENCE F. "The State of ISP: Research and Policy Implications." Federal Probation 61, no. 4 (1997): 65–75.

GOWDY, VONCILE. Intermediate Sanctions. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, 1993.

MCDEVITT, JACK. Evaluation of the Hampton County Day Reporting Center. Boston: Crime and Justice Foundation, 1988.

SCHWITZGEBEL, RALPH, K.; SCHWITZGEBEL, ROBERT. L.; PAHNKE, WALTER, N.; and HURD, WILLIAM S. "A Program of Research in Behavioral Electronics." Behavioral Scientist 2 (1964): 233–238.

STUDT, ELLIOTT. Surveillance and Service in Parole. U.S. Department of Justice: National Institute of Corrections, 1978.

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