FEATURES OF THE PROCESS MODEL FOR PENITENTIARY EDUCATION SYSTEM DIVERSIFICATION
- 1 Amur State University, Blagoveschensk, Ignatyevskoe Shosse, 21, Amur Region, 675027, Russia
- 2 Almetyevsk State Oil Institute, Almetyevsk, Lenin Street, 2, Tatarstan, 423450, Russia
The article covers features of the process model for penitentiary education system diversification. Issues of prison inmate education are of contemporary relevance over the past 30 years since criminal-executive system has undergone a number of changes due to changes and amendments to criminal laws and rules of proceedings, including those affected by international standards, European Prison Rules ensuring the rights of imprisoned persons to education. Russian criminal-executive, court supervision and correctional system adopted to have been implemented till 2020 provides qualitative changes in approaches related to practices of serving sentences and measures to prevent recidivism.Creating a set of incentives for social adaptation of a special group of inmates, while serving their sentences and after it, is the basic category in the range of initiatives that currently have been considered in terms of developing penitentiary system. One of the most significant ones among them is the incentive to take advantage of the educational opportunities available to them in prison.
Copyright: © 2014 Neile Kayumovna Schepkina, Elyana Yuozovna Lecite, Elena Anatolyevna Burdukovskaya, Tatyana Sergeyevna Eremeyeva and Ludmila Marsovna Alekseyeva. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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- Process Model
- Penitentiary Education System
- Convicted and Sentenced Prisoner
- Places of Deprivation of Liberty