Table of contents for Prisoner reentry and crime in America / edited by Jeremy Travis, Christy Visher.

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Introduction/Chapter I: Viewing Public Safety Through the Reentry Lens
Authors: Jeremy Travis and Christy Visher
Chapter II: From Cell To Society: Who is Returning Home?
Authors: Joan Petersilia
Chapter III: Reentry as a Transient State Between Liberty and Recommitment
Authors: Alfred Blumstein and Allen J. Beck
Chapter IV: The Contribution of Ex-Prisoners to Crime Rates
Authors: Rick Rosenfeld, Joel Wallman, and Robert Fornango
Chapter V: Does Supervision Matter?
Authors: Anne Morrison Piehl and Stefan F. LoBuglio
Chapter VI: The Impact of Imprisonment on the Desistance Process
Authors: Shadd Maruna and Hans Toch
Chapter VII: Communities and Reentry: Concentrated Reentry Cycling
Authors: Todd Clear, Elin Waring, and Kristen Scully
Chapter VIII: Work and Family Perspectives on Reentry
Authors: Christopher Uggen, Sara Wakefield, and Bruce Western
Conclusion/Chapter IX: Considering the Policy Implications
Authors: Jeremy Travis and Christy Visher

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
Ex-convicts -- United States.
Recidivism -- United States.
Crime -- United States.
Imprisonment -- United States.