The Resource Children's contact with incarcerated parents : implications for policy and intervention, Julie Poehlmann-Tyman, editor ; commentary by Karen P. Bogenschneider

Children's contact with incarcerated parents : implications for policy and intervention, Julie Poehlmann-Tyman, editor ; commentary by Karen P. Bogenschneider

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Children's contact with incarcerated parents : implications for policy and intervention
Title
Children's contact with incarcerated parents
Title remainder
implications for policy and intervention
Statement of responsibility
Julie Poehlmann-Tyman, editor ; commentary by Karen P. Bogenschneider
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Language
eng
Summary
This Brief explores the potential effects of parent-child contact during incarceration on child and adult relationships, well-being, and parenting as well as corrections-related issues, such as institutional behavior and recidivism. It presents a literature review on what is currently known about parent-child contact during parental incarceration in addition to several empirical studies, followed by a summary, commentary, and briefing report. The empirical studies focus on contact in both jail and prison settings. Because jails in the United States handle more admissions per year than prisons? and studies of jailed parents and their children are not common in the literature? two of the three studies presented focus on jails. Following the empirical studies, a summary that includes recommendations for policy and intervention is presented, along with a commentary that explores what researchers need to do to make effective policy recommendations. This Brief is an essential resource for policy makers and related professionals, graduate students, and researchers in child and school psychology, family studies, public health, social work, law/criminal justice, and sociology
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N$T
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362.82/95
Index
index present
LC call number
HV8885
LC item number
.C45 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Poehlmann-Tynan, Julie
  • Bogenschneider, Karen
Series statement
Springer briefs in psychology: advances in child and family policy and practice,
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  • Children of prisoners
  • Parent and child
  • Prison visits
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Children of prisoners
  • Parent and child
  • Prison visits
  • Sociology: family & relationships
  • Public health & preventive medicine
  • Child & developmental psychology
Label
Children's contact with incarcerated parents : implications for policy and intervention, Julie Poehlmann-Tyman, editor ; commentary by Karen P. Bogenschneider
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https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-16625-4
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Executive Summary -- Children of Incarcerated Parents: A Growing and Vulnerable Population -- Problem Description -- Critique -- Recommendation -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction and Literature Review: Is Parent-Child Contact During Parental Incarceration Beneficial? -- 1.1 Variations in Correctional Institutions -- 1.2 Variations in Contact by Facility Type -- 1.2.1 Contact with Jail Inmates -- 1.2.2 Contact with State Prisoners -- 1.2.3 Contact with Federal Prisoners -- 1.2.4 Variations in the Types of Contact -- 1.2.5 Letter-Writing -- 1.2.6 Email -- 1.2.7 Phone Calls -- 1.2.8 Personal Visits -- 1.2.9 Face-to-Face Visits -- 1.2.10 Enhanced Visits -- 1.2.11 Barrier Visits -- 1.2.12 Virtual Visits -- 1.3 Contact Between Children and Incarcerated Parents: Is it Beneficial? -- 1.4 Challenges of Making Contact: Implications for Families -- 1.5 Overview of the Monograph -- References -- Chapter 2: Differential Effects of Type of Children's Contact with Their Jailed Mothers and Children's Behavior Problems -- 2.1 Method -- 2.1.1 Participants -- 2.1.2 Procedure -- 2.1.3 Measures -- 2.2 Results -- 2.2.1 Descriptive and Preliminary Data Analyses -- 2.3 Primary Analyses -- 2.4 Discussion -- References -- Chapter 3: Young Children's Behavioral and Emotional Reactions to Plexiglas and Video Visits with Jailed Parents -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Method -- 3.2.1 Participants -- 3.2.2 Procedure -- 3.2.3 Measures -- 3.3 Results -- 3.4 Discussion -- 3.5 Appendix A -- References -- Chapter 4: Associations Among Mother-Child Contact, Parenting Stress, and Mother and Child Adjustment Related to Incarceration -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 Research Questions -- 4.2 Methods -- 4.2.1 Study Overview -- 4.2.2 Participants -- 4.2.3 Recruitment and Retention -- 4.2.4 Procedures -- 4.2.5 Psychosocial Measures -- 4.2.6 Analytic Approach
  • 4.3 Results -- 4.3.1 Change Across Time -- 4.3.2 Stability Across Time -- 4.3.3 Associations Among Key Constructs -- 4.3.4 Associations with Mother-Child Contact -- 4.4 Discussion -- 4.4.1 Mother-Child Contact -- 4.4.2 Maternal Stress and Adjustment -- 4.4.3 Recidivism -- 4.4.4 Limitations -- 4.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: Children's Contact with Incarcerated Parents: Summary and Recommendations -- 5.1 Considerations When Examining Parent-Child Contact in the Context of Parental Incarceration -- 5.2 Methodological Contributions of Monograph -- 5.3 Recommendations -- References -- Chapter 6: Policy Commentary: The Research Evidence Policymakers Need to Build Better Public Policy for Children of Incarcerated Parents -- 6.1 The Political Context in Which Research Is Used -- 6.1.1 The Job of a Policymaker -- 6.1.2 The Partisanship and Polarization of Policymaking -- 6.1.3 Political Support for People in Need -- 6.1.4 Political Support for Families -- 6.2 What Research Evidence Policymakers Need for Decisions on Incarceration Policy -- 6.2.1 How Children's Well-Being Is Influenced by Contact with Incarcerated Parents -- 6.2.2 Which Conditions Moderate the Impact of Children's Contact with Parents -- 6.2.3 What Mediating Pathways Influence Children for Better or Worse -- 6.2.4 What the Cost/Benefits Are of Intervening in Ways That Will Benefit Children -- 6.3 What Family-Focused Research Policymakers Need for Decisions on Incarceration Policy -- 6.3.1 The Sweeping Changes in the Lives of Contemporary Fragile Families -- 6.3.2 What Advertent and Inadvertent Consequences Incarceration Policy Has for Families -- 6.3.3 Who the Concept of Family Should Include -- 6.3.4 Whether Family Disparities Exist -- 6.4 Discussion -- References -- Index
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  • (OCoLC)ocn908838886
Label
Children's contact with incarcerated parents : implications for policy and intervention, Julie Poehlmann-Tyman, editor ; commentary by Karen P. Bogenschneider
Link
https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-16625-4
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Executive Summary -- Children of Incarcerated Parents: A Growing and Vulnerable Population -- Problem Description -- Critique -- Recommendation -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction and Literature Review: Is Parent-Child Contact During Parental Incarceration Beneficial? -- 1.1 Variations in Correctional Institutions -- 1.2 Variations in Contact by Facility Type -- 1.2.1 Contact with Jail Inmates -- 1.2.2 Contact with State Prisoners -- 1.2.3 Contact with Federal Prisoners -- 1.2.4 Variations in the Types of Contact -- 1.2.5 Letter-Writing -- 1.2.6 Email -- 1.2.7 Phone Calls -- 1.2.8 Personal Visits -- 1.2.9 Face-to-Face Visits -- 1.2.10 Enhanced Visits -- 1.2.11 Barrier Visits -- 1.2.12 Virtual Visits -- 1.3 Contact Between Children and Incarcerated Parents: Is it Beneficial? -- 1.4 Challenges of Making Contact: Implications for Families -- 1.5 Overview of the Monograph -- References -- Chapter 2: Differential Effects of Type of Children's Contact with Their Jailed Mothers and Children's Behavior Problems -- 2.1 Method -- 2.1.1 Participants -- 2.1.2 Procedure -- 2.1.3 Measures -- 2.2 Results -- 2.2.1 Descriptive and Preliminary Data Analyses -- 2.3 Primary Analyses -- 2.4 Discussion -- References -- Chapter 3: Young Children's Behavioral and Emotional Reactions to Plexiglas and Video Visits with Jailed Parents -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Method -- 3.2.1 Participants -- 3.2.2 Procedure -- 3.2.3 Measures -- 3.3 Results -- 3.4 Discussion -- 3.5 Appendix A -- References -- Chapter 4: Associations Among Mother-Child Contact, Parenting Stress, and Mother and Child Adjustment Related to Incarceration -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 Research Questions -- 4.2 Methods -- 4.2.1 Study Overview -- 4.2.2 Participants -- 4.2.3 Recruitment and Retention -- 4.2.4 Procedures -- 4.2.5 Psychosocial Measures -- 4.2.6 Analytic Approach
  • 4.3 Results -- 4.3.1 Change Across Time -- 4.3.2 Stability Across Time -- 4.3.3 Associations Among Key Constructs -- 4.3.4 Associations with Mother-Child Contact -- 4.4 Discussion -- 4.4.1 Mother-Child Contact -- 4.4.2 Maternal Stress and Adjustment -- 4.4.3 Recidivism -- 4.4.4 Limitations -- 4.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: Children's Contact with Incarcerated Parents: Summary and Recommendations -- 5.1 Considerations When Examining Parent-Child Contact in the Context of Parental Incarceration -- 5.2 Methodological Contributions of Monograph -- 5.3 Recommendations -- References -- Chapter 6: Policy Commentary: The Research Evidence Policymakers Need to Build Better Public Policy for Children of Incarcerated Parents -- 6.1 The Political Context in Which Research Is Used -- 6.1.1 The Job of a Policymaker -- 6.1.2 The Partisanship and Polarization of Policymaking -- 6.1.3 Political Support for People in Need -- 6.1.4 Political Support for Families -- 6.2 What Research Evidence Policymakers Need for Decisions on Incarceration Policy -- 6.2.1 How Children's Well-Being Is Influenced by Contact with Incarcerated Parents -- 6.2.2 Which Conditions Moderate the Impact of Children's Contact with Parents -- 6.2.3 What Mediating Pathways Influence Children for Better or Worse -- 6.2.4 What the Cost/Benefits Are of Intervening in Ways That Will Benefit Children -- 6.3 What Family-Focused Research Policymakers Need for Decisions on Incarceration Policy -- 6.3.1 The Sweeping Changes in the Lives of Contemporary Fragile Families -- 6.3.2 What Advertent and Inadvertent Consequences Incarceration Policy Has for Families -- 6.3.3 Who the Concept of Family Should Include -- 6.3.4 Whether Family Disparities Exist -- 6.4 Discussion -- References -- Index
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1 online resource.
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9783319166247
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10.1007/978-3-319-16625-4
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