Vocational rehabilitation623 | Psychology homework help

 Please Note: Using a minimum of 4 recent scholarly peered reviewed articles less than 5yrs old for each DQ 1 and DQ2.respectively using APA format, and 750 words for each topic AND include the HTTP or DOI for all references used. Please write them separately

 DQ 1

Critics argue that some types of prison labor take away from free market enterprise. Should we be concerned with prison labor being a form of low cost labor that does not assist offenders in vocational rehabilitation but rather hinders capitalist markets?

 DQ 2

How does vocational rehabilitation promote change in inmate behavior? How can mental health treatment be incorporated into a vocational rehabilitation setting?

PLEASE SEE READING ASSIGNED

1. Why Work While Incarcerated? Inmate Perceptions on Prison Industries Employment

Read “Why Work While Incarcerated? Inmate Perceptions on Prison Industries Employment,” by Richmond, from Journal of Offender Rehabilitation (2014).

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2. Employment of Ex-Prisoners With Mental Health Problems, a Realistic Evaluation Protocol

Read “Employment of Ex-Prisoners With Mental Health Problems, a Realistic Evaluation Protocol,” by Hamilton, Schneider, Kane, & Jordan, from BMC Psychiatry (2015).

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3. ‘I’m Not Sure That I Can Figure Out How to Do That’: Pursuit of Work Among People With Mental Illnesses Leaving Jail

Read “’I’m Not Sure That I Can Figure Out How to Do That’: Pursuit of Work Among People With Mental Illnesses Leaving Jail,” by Baron, Draine, & Salzer, from American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation (2013). 

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