Cullen, Francis T. & Jonson, Cheryl L. (2012). Correctional Theory: Context and Consequences. Sage. .

Cullen, Francis T. & Jonson, Cheryl L. (2012). Correctional Theory: Context and Consequences. Sage. .All writings are based on the required book, Cullen, Francis T. & Jonson, Cheryl L. (2012). Correctional Theory: Context and Consequences. Sage. .All writings must contain two components as follows: (1) a 2-page summary (10 points), and (2) a 1-page reflection/critique (10 points). In the last writing. In the summary section, students shall summarize corresponding chapter(s) in an orderly fashion. It is key to show correct understanding of the authors’ arguments. In the reflection/critique section, students should reflect upon what they read, express their own independent evaluation, and logically criticize the content (including posting questions) if necessary. No outside research/sources needed.All writings must observe the following rules: Writings shall be completed and submitted as a word document; in 12-point font, Times New Roman format, double -spaced; all pages shall be numerically numbered (at the bottom right); no title page is needed, however, a header is required to show [last name, first name, Cullen Chapter number].

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