Post-Correctional Education Interventions: A Phenomenological Case Study of Empowerment Education Curriculum for Formerly Incarcerated African American Males
Date of Award
Doctor of Education (EdD)
School of Education
This phenomenological case study describes how a Post-Correctional Education Intervention (PCEI) was developed for a local community-based organization that had recently constructed a transition house for formerly incarcerated adults who converted to Islam while incarcerated. The PCEI was an eight-week course curriculum with 60 hours of direct instruction that included social justice, health and wellness and critical thinking teaching modules and affective teaching and learning methodologies. This research contains experiential data used to assess how a PCEI affected the identity and self-concept of the participants of a reentry program designed to create an atmosphere of empowerment.
West, Rolanda Jean, "Post-Correctional Education Interventions: A Phenomenological Case Study of Empowerment Education Curriculum for Formerly Incarcerated African American Males" (2011). Dissertations. 41.
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