Probation Journal volume 28, issue 1, P12-16 1981 DOI: 10.1177/026455058102800105 View full text
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John R. Hudson

Abstract: The author brings together a range of views on hostel régimes, warden styles, and residents' needs and points to the usefulness of there being some matching of them and coherence between them. He suggests that the warden's role is critical and that, as the person on the boundary of the residential institution and the outside world, careful arrangements for support and consultation are needed.Having previously questioned the relationship of probation hostels to the probation service (1979), I would like…

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