This study focuses on women at various stages of re-entry into the community after involvement with the criminal justice system. In particular, it takes a close look at how the participants in the study manage their time in the face of the types of competing demands that are all too common to most people.
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Rose, Dina R.; Michalsen, Venezia; Wiest, Dawn; and Fabian, Anupa, "Women, Re-entry and Everyday Life: Time to Work?" (2008). Department of Justice Studies Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 24.
Rose, Dina R., Venezia Michalsen, Dawn R. Wiest, and Anupa Fabian. "Women, re-entry and everyday life: Time to work?." New York: Women’s Prison Association (2008).
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