Relapses in the process of desistence from offending

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Maciej Muskała

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Many offenders follow the „ zigzag path”, interlacing many times criminal and noncriminal stages. The aim of this survey review is to show, on the example of the Self- Regulatory Model of Relapse Prevention analyses (SRM-r in modified version) the variety of ways and courses of action that an offender (mainly sexual) may follow in the process of desistance from offending.

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Muskała, M. (2020). Relapses in the process of desistence from offending. Interdyscyplinarne Konteksty Pedagogiki Specjalnej, (31), 319–338. https://doi.org/10.14746/ikps.2020.31.15
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