Conducting Surveys with the Formerly Incarcerated: What Works Best

Conducting Surveys with the Formerly Incarcerated: What Works Best

Published: Oct 30, 2004
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
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Rita A. Stapulonis

Martha D. Kovac

This article examines key features of a successful effort to collect data from people who have been incarcerated. The survey was part of the evaluation of Health Link, a program operated in Rikers Island Jail.

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