El tratamiento intrapenitenciario y extrapenitenciarioelemento motivador de cambio en la conducta delictiva en una muestra de reclusos drogodependientes

  1. Victoria Ramos Barbero
Supervised by:
  1. Fernando Lara Ortega Director

Defence university: Universidad de Burgos

Year of defence: 2008

  1. Juan Alfredo Jiménez Eguizábal Chair
  2. María Isabel García Alonso Secretary
  3. María Belén Sánchez Domingo Committee member
  4. Amando Vega Fuente Committee member
  5. Rodrigo Jesús Carcedo González Committee member

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 158741 DIALNET lock_openRIUBU editor


Was conducted this Doctoral Dissertation with the following objectives: 1. Analyzing the major characteristics of a sample of subjects with drug problems and who were released to comply an alternative to imprisonment in a therapeutic center. 2. Studying the variables that have a higher degree of association with the empirical prison recidivism. 3. Establish the rate of recidivism 4. Reviewing and re-elaborating "the speech that nothing works" in relation to rehabilitation programs for drug dependent prisoners. The most relevant results of this study for the crime prevention lead us to conclude that having no work habits, being expelled or leaving the treatment and remaining in treatment less than six months are some of the dynamic factors that relate to recidivism.