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José de Jesús Galindo Fuentes
FLACSO México
México
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Vol. 28 (2021): Boletín Criminológico Vol. 28 (2021) (artículos nº 207 a nº 212), Artículos
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/Boletin-criminologico.2021.v28i.13783
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Los actos de mala conducta efectuados por personas privadas de la libertad representan violaciones a la normativa interna. Han sido estudiados en países desarrollados, pero no así en países en desarrollo. El objetivo del estudio es presentar un marco conceptual que describe la relación entre variables de la
teoría del control administrativo e incidentes de mala conducta. Para este fin, se evalúan 3 hipótesis. Se aplicó un cuestionario a una muestra de 129 internos del centro penitenciario CERESO Hermosillo I en Hermosillo (Sonora, México). A partir de los hallazgos se concluyó que la percepción de la comunicación y legitimidad de las autoridades vista por parte de los internos tienen influencia como predictores de actos de mala conducta debido a su impacto en el quiebre organizacional.

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