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Table of Contents Preface Chapter 1 Shawn Bushway, Michael A. Stoll, and David F. Weiman Introduction Part I Macro and Micro Contexts of Prisoner Reentry Chapter 2 David F. Weiman, Michael A. Stoll, and Shawn Bushway The Regime of Mass Incarceration: A Labor Market Perspective Chapter 3 Christy A. Visher and Vera Kachnowski Finding Work on the Outside: Results from the Returning Home Project in Chicago Part II The Demand Side of the Labor Market Chapter 4 Harry J. Holzer, Steven Raphael and Michael A. Stoll The Effect of an Applicant's Criminal History on Employer Hiring Decisions and Screening Practices: Evidence from Los Angeles Chapter 5 Devah Pager Two Strikes and You=re Out: The Intensification of Racial and Criminal Stigma Chapter 6 Shauna Briggs, Meridith Thanner, Shawn Bushway, Faye Taxman, and Mischelle Van Brakle Private Providers of Criminal History Records: Do You Get What You Pay For? Part III From Prison to the Labor Market and Back? Chapter 7 Becky Pettit and Christopher Lyons Status and the Stigma of Incarceration: The Labor Market Effects of Incarceration by Race, Class, and Criminal Involvement Chapter 8 John H. Tyler and Jeffrey R. Kling Prison-Based Education and Re-Entry into the Mainstream Labor Market Chapter 9 William J. Sabol Local Labor Market Conditions and Post-Prison Employment Experiences of Offenders Released from Ohio State Prisons Chapter 10 Steven Raphael and David F. Weiman The Impact of Local Labor Market Conditions on the Likelihood that Parolees are Returned to Custody Part IV Does Prison Work? Chapter 11 Bruce Western The Penal System and the Labor Market
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Ex-convicts -- Employment -- United States.
Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
Labor market -- United States.
Social integration -- United States.