There are more than 140,000 military veterans incarcerated in US prisons, many of whom have been sentenced for violent and sexual crimes. But given their military experience, do veterans find prison to be less punitive compared to non-veterans? In new research, David C. May, Kristen L. Stives, Makeela J. Wells, and Peter B. Wood surveyed prisoners from six prisons […]
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