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ISR’s Byron Johnson’s Article Chosen as Editor’s Choice

Editor’s Choice | International Journal of Criminology and Sociology IJSC

The below article has been selected by the  Editor in Chief to be one of the top articles published in the journal. The topic, scientific quality and importance in the field were collectively considered while making this selection.

Estimating the Benefits of a Faith-Based Correctional Program – Pages 227-239
Grant Duwe and Byron R. Johnson

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