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- Kirk, David S.
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2015 v.112 no.22 pp. 6943-6948
- issues and policy; markets; social factors; urban areas; United States
- ... More than 600,000 prisoners are released from incarceration each year in the United States, and most end up residing in metropolitan areas, clustered within a select few neighborhoods. Likely consequences of this concentration of returning prisoners include higher rates of subsequent crime and recidivism. In fact, one-half of released prisoners return to prison within only 3 y of release. The rout ...
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