Rom Evidence-Based Theory to Best-Practices Changing Paradigms

In Chapter 1, the author quotes David Crary (2008) that last year in the United States, the fifty states spent more than $49 billion on corrections. The rate of increase in prison costs was six times greater than for higher education spending. Another striking statistic provided in the first chapter is that one in 30 men between the ages of 20 and 34 are behind bars, which makes the United States the worldas incarceration leader. For black males in the same age group the figure is one in nine. This week we are investigating corrections origins and history to recognize where we have been, to think in terms of where we are going in the corrections profession. We will be studying correctional concepts from evidence-based theory and best-practices to a reality of changing paradigms.
In Chapter 4, the author discusses the terms of punishment as well as the purpose of each (p.50). Based on the four chapters and your research, what does your investigation demonstrate that works the best for punishment? What are the forecasted issues and trends? Is there a danger to the community?
Your assignment for this module is to academically discuss the pros and cons of each of these questions. Provide a logical comprehensive analysis of the reasons why you chose this position over all of the others.
Please the essay is basis on the bellow textbook(I Dont have the book)
Muraskin, R. (2010). Key correctional issues (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.ISBN: 978-0-13-515426-7

This essay must have an Abstract a Introduction Discussion a Conclusion Please ANSWER ALL THE QUESTION ON the Case Study that in on ATTACH that is very important. The references have to come from PDF Scholarly articles, (please not use {.com web site}) most important have to come FROM Scholarly articles THANKS.