1930 and 1980, with some signs of renewed contact and cross- fertilisation appearing since then.18 Given this state of affairs, it is not surprising that only a handful of authors in sociology [...] minimal setup for informal sanctions. A potential offender has to have at least one social contact, the "intimate handler", whose disapproval affects the potential offender, be it intrinsically or [...] sparsely knit or the more spacially dispersed the web of social contacts is, it is argued, the less effective are informal sanctions, causing crime rates to be higher in urban areas. Kunz (1976, 1993
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. Additionally, four focus groups were realized in different occupational groups in the clinic, which were in contact with the patients on a daily basis. The necessity for aftercare, sample characteristics and [...] interviews indicated a high interest in aftercare, especially concerning contact to the clinic via telephone as a follow-up to inpatient rehabilitation and further information that complement those taught [...] describes how the contact to a case manager should be realized, how adolescents could stay in contact with the peers they met in the clinic, in which way parents should be included into the program and
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