volume 16, issue 2, P52-57 1970
DOI: 10.1177/026455057001600207
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W.B. Utting

Abstract: 52 while larger units may be economically more satisfactory, there is a case for smaller units of four to six people being both sound economic and treatment policy, Whilst it appears wise not to mix age groups, should the sexes always be segregated? Indeed is there also a case to be made out against segregation of offenders; might they not equally well be accommodated in small groups of others who find themselves homeless? How far should residents officially participate in the daily running of the hostel, wit…

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