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Relevant Studies on ProSocial Corrections

jq_cover Religion and Misconduct in “Angola” Prison: Conversion, Congregational Participation, Religiosity, and Self-Identities
By Sung Joon Jang, Byron R. Johnson, William Joshua Hays, Michael Hallett and Grant Duwe, Justice Quarterly, April 7, 2017

Angola The Angola Prison Seminary: Effects of Faith-Based Ministry on Identity Transformation, Desistance, and Rehabilitation
Michael Hallett, Joshua Hays, Byron R. Johnson, and Grant Duwe, Routledge (August 2016)

prison-journal The Effects of Prison Visits From Community Volunteers on Offender Recidivism
Grant Duwe and Byron R. Johnson, The Prison Journal, 2016, Vol. 96:279-303

offender therapy First Stop Dying:” Angola’s Christian Seminary as Positive Criminology, Michael Hallett, Joshua Hays, Byron R. Johnson, Sung Joon Jang, and Grant Duwe, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, (2015) DOI: 10.1177/0306624X15598179.

offend_rehab_cover Bible College Participation and Prison Misconduct: A Preliminary Analysis
Grant Duwe, Michael Hallett, Joshua Hays, Sung Joon Jang & Byron R. Johnson, Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, May 12 2015

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Recidivism Reduction and Return on Investments: An Empirical Assessment of the Prison Entrepreneurship Program
A case study written by Byron R. Johnson, William Wubbenhorst, Curtis Schroeder and Sung Joon Jang. 2013

Estimating the Benefits of a Faith-Based Correctional Program
Grant Duwe and Byron R. Johnson, International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 2013, 2, 227-239 Editor’s Choice article

More God Less Crime
Byron R. Johnson, Templeton Press, May 2011

Religious Programs and Recidivism Among Former Inmates in Prison Fellowship Programs: A Long-term Follow-up Study – Byron R. Johnson, Justice Quarterly, Volume 21, Number 2, pp. 329-354, June 2004.