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Title: The Promotion of Social Inclusion by Adopting of the Private Finance Initiative on a Correctional Institution
Authors: Kamise, Yumiko
Takahashi, Naoya
Yano, Emi
上瀬, 由美子
高橋, 尚也
矢野, 恵美
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2019
Publisher: Rissho University
Abstract: This study focuses on two questionnaire surveys that were conducted about the adoption of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI prison) method in Japan as a new correctional system. For study 1, a Web questionnaire was administered to residents of within a 30 km zone of Tokyo as well as those in Yamaguchi Prefecture to determine familiarity and resistance to the PFI prison systems. For study 2, a questionnaire survey was administered to residents of a neighborhood near a PFI prison in Mine city. The results showed that the attitudes toward the PFI prison were more positive in this area. Furthermore, contact with the correctional systems promoted residents’ acceptance of prisoners and former prisoners. Finally, we discuss social and institutional support and contact with social systems to promote social inclusion.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/6647
ISBN: 9784582474428
Appears in Collections:Vol.2 The Academic Canon of Arts and Humanities, and Science

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