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Revolving door; a study of the chronic police case inebriate

by David J. Pittman

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Published by Free Press in Glencoe, Ill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby David J. Pittman and C. Wayne Gordon.
SeriesMonographs of the Yale Center of Alcohol Studies,, no. 2
ContributionsGordon, Calvin Wayne.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV5053 .P5
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 154 p.
Number of Pages154
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6248052M
LC Control Number58009166
OCLC/WorldCa14607030

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Revolving door; a study of the chronic police case inebriate by David J. Pittman Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Glencoe, Ill., Free Press [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David J Pittman; C. REVOLVING DOOR. A STUDY OF THE CHRONIC POLICE CASE INEBRIATE. By David J. Pittman and C. Wayne Gordon. Glencoe: The Free Press and Yale Center of Alcoholic Studies, Pp. xx, $X. THE enforcement and administration of criminal law is often portrayed as a momentous battle in which forces of law and order are pitched against crafty.

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Pittman and C. Wayne Gordon. Revolving Door: A Study of the Chronic Police Case Inebriate. by David J. Pittman, C. Wayne Gordon (pp. ) Review by: Alfred R. Lindesmith. Abstract. Despite slogans such as “Alcoholism is no respecter of class,” there has been a long-standing presumption that alcoholism in its various manifestations affects the lower class more than the rest of.

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Pittman DJ, Gordon CW (eds) () Revolving door: A study of the chronic police case inebriate Monographs of the Yale Center of Alcohol Studies No Free Press, Glencoe ILL Google Scholar 4. Considered by many of his colleagues to be one of the "founding fathers" of the alcohol studies field, Dr.

Pittman wrote seminal works such as Revolving Door: A Study of the Chronic Police Case Inebriate (), which utilized the notion of the disease concept of alcoholism to demonstrate how alcoholics needed treatment rather than adjudication.

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^23 See D. Pittman & C. Gordon, Revolving Door: A Study of the Chronic Police Case Inebriate (). See also Pittman, Public Intoxication and the Alcoholic Offender in American Society, Appendix A to Task Force Report. McCormick, Correctional View on Alcohol, Alcoholism and Crime, 9 Crime 6 Delinquency, 1,().

2 Pittman & Gordon, Revolving Door; A Study of the Chronic Police Case. Inebriate 1, 42,(); Address by Presiding Justice Botein, Conference on the Handling of Offenders in the City of New York, Janu ; Address by.

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