A study of the non-traditional factors of an ex-felon rehabiltation program in the European country of Ukraine, 2013

Collection:
Atlanta University and Clark Atlanta University Theses and Dissertations
Title:
A study of the non-traditional factors of an ex-felon rehabiltation program in the European country of Ukraine, 2013
Creator:
Whylly, Danielle Sweat
Contributor to Resource:
Lyle, Richard
Waymer, Robert W.
Harper, Roslyn A.
Date of Original:
2013-05-01
Subject:
Degrees, Academic
Dissertations, Academic
Location:
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
Medium:
dissertations
theses
Type:
Text
Format:
application/pdf
Description:
Degree Type: dissertation
Degree Name: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Date of Degree: 2013
Granting Institution: Clark Atlanta University
Department/ School: School of Social Work, Social Work and Public Health
This is an explanatory study of the nontraditional faith-based program factors associated with the successful rehabilitation of ex-felons in the European country of Ukraine. Eighty nine (89) survey participants were selected for the study by The Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations' (or "Embassy of God") Center leadership, utilizing purposive and non-probability convenience sampling amongst former program participants acknowledging experience as a convicted felon. The survey respondents were composed of former ex-felon participants in the Embassy of God Adaptation and Social Rehabilitation Center, who were released from prison prior to February 1, 2009, and have not been rearrested, reconvicted, or returned to prison during the three-year period immediately following their release. The survey questionnaire employed in this study is entitled A Survey of Ex-Felons in the Social Adaptation and Rehabilitation Project which includes a four (4) point Likert scale. The findings of the study indicated that the nontraditional factors of this program significantly contributed to the successful reintegration of 96.5% of the former ex-felon participants surveyed.
Metadata URL:
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12322/cau.td:2013_whylly_danielle_s
Language:
eng
Holding Institution:
Clark Atlanta University
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