Kurdish Studies

ISSN: 2051-4883 | e-ISSN: 2051-4891
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Perceptions of Inmates of Correctional Institutions of the Economic Obstacles they will Face after their Release

Ahmad Abdul Salam Al Majali
Balqa Applied University- Jordan,
Walaa Abdel Fattah Mahmood Al Sarirah
Mutah university
Keywords: correctional institutions, Rehabilitation, inmates, addict, economic obstacles.


Perceptions of inmates of correctional institutions of the economic obstacles they will face after their release: a field study on the Muwaqqar penitentiary and rehabilitation center 1 and the Umml Lulu penitentiary and rehabilitation center. The study aimed to identify the perceptions of the inmates of the reform institutions of the economic obstacles that they will face after their departure: In order to achieve the objectives of the study, a questionnaire was developed for the purpose of data collection, and the study sample consisted of (350) respondents, and the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS016) was used to analyze the questionnaire data, the study reached the following results: There are economic obstacles such as poverty, lack of financial sufficiency and lack of suitable employment. Based on these results, a number of recommendations have been formed: Correcting the inmates' misconceptions regarding community members through media.

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