Redundancy in a community corrections network: testing the role of service-provider redundancy in Missouri's community correction implementation network

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Redundancy in a community corrections network: testing the role of service-provider redundancy in Missouri's community correction implementation network

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Title: Redundancy in a community corrections network: testing the role of service-provider redundancy in Missouri's community correction implementation network
Author: Shireman, Robert M., 1984-
Date: 2010
Publisher: University of Missouri--Columbia
Abstract: Implementation networks are composed of policy service providers that are continually changing in the winds of differing implementation adjustments. Service provider redundancy has been observed by scholars as a possible solution to improving the effectiveness and reliability of the services provided. This research provides new insights into implementation, network, and corrections literatures by illuminating evidence that suggests a re-appraisal of the limitation of the benefits redundant services can provide.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/10527
Other Identifiers: ShiremanR-010311-T529

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