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Data of 10 respondents (Survey on Quality and Effects of Labor

Reform)

Scoring : 5-most positive; 1-most negative


Question

Basic data of respondent

Question EN

ID

PART I
PART II
Guaranteeing the Rights of Criminals
of Criminals throu

Question CHN

1.1

Sex

1.2

Date of birth

1.3

Age

1.4

Please describe your current job

Education

Times of Labor Reform experienced

Criminal type

The total months under Labor Reform (month)

Have you been maltreated or been subjected


to corporal punishment during Labor Reform?

Respond
#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

Male

Male

Male

Male

Male

Sep-88

Jul-77

Jul-86

Nov-80

Jan-88

26.5

37.7

28.7

Small convience
store owner

Business

Private owner

Junior college
education

Primary school or
below

Senior high
school

Once

Once

Once

CRIMES OF
CRIMES OF
ENDANGERING ENDANGERING
PUBLIC
NATIONAL
SECURITY
SECURITY

CRIMES OF
PROPERTY
VIOLATION

34.4
Do work for
others

27.2
Private owner

Junior high school Junior high school


Once

Once

CRIMES OF
CRIMES OF
DISRUPTING
DISRUPTING
THE ORDER OF THE ORDER OF
THE SOCIALIST THE SOCIALIST
MARKET
MARKET
ECONOMY
ECONOMY &
CRIMES OF
PROPERTY
VIOLATION

18

48

36

72

36

Yes

Hard to say

Yes

Yes, but very


seldom

Yes

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Data of 10 respondents (Survey on Quality and Effects of Labor


Reform)

Scoring : 5-most positive; 1-most negative


Question

ID

Question EN

Basic data of respondent

Question CHN

PART I
PART II
Guaranteeing the Rights of Criminals
of Criminals throu

Respond
#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

During Labor Reform, did the prison focus on


reform (personal/educational development)
rather than production (labor output) of
prisoners? For example, some reformthrough-labor institutions have been accused
of being money-oriented and violating or
slacking on the implementations of state laws
and rules.

Yes, but very


seldom

Never

Never

Yes

Never

How do you think about In response to


decisions made by the people's courts,
criminals now have the right to appeal?

How do you think about Criminals have the

right to have their human dignity and personal


safety protected under all circumstances?

10

How do you think about Criminals have the


right to make reasonable suggestions
concerning the management, the educational
programme, production, recreational activities,
or sanitary conditions of a prison or reformthrough-labor institution?

11

How do you think about Criminals have the


right to lead a normal life. The State
guarantees material needs such as food,
clothing, housing, etc. The average per capita
living space for prisoners is over 5 square
meters. Efforts are made to make all prison
buildings solid, clean, well-insulated and wellventilated?

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Data of 10 respondents (Survey on Quality and Effects of Labor


Reform)

Scoring : 5-most positive; 1-most negative


Question

ID

Question EN

Basic data of respondent

Question CHN

PART I
PART II
Guaranteeing the Rights of Criminals
of Criminals throu

Respond
#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

12

How do you think about Prisoners have the


right to maintain good health. They enjoy free
medical care and receive a regular medical
checkup every year.?

13

How do you think about Prisoners have the


right to exchange letters with their relatives and
friends and to regularly meet with family
members. Prisons and reform-through-labor
institutions have special reception rooms
where prisoners can meet with their family
members?

14

How do you think about Criminals have the


right to an education. China's reform- throughlabor institutions have set up the facilities
necessary for the education of their prisoners,
who receive a regular primary or junior
secondary education according to their
individual educational backgrounds. A prisoner
with a more advanced background may receive
a senior secondary or college education. A
prisoner may receive vocational training, laying
the foundation for supporting himself or herself
with his or her own hands on return to society.
They are allowed to read books, newspapers
and magazines, listen to the radio and watch
TV, in order to learn about major domestic and
international events and maintain a certain
amount of contact with society outside the
prison. Is it true?

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Data of 10 respondents (Survey on Quality and Effects of Labor


Reform)

Scoring : 5-most positive; 1-most negative


Question

ID

Question EN

Basic data of respondent

Question CHN

PART I
PART II
Guaranteeing the Rights of Criminals
of Criminals throu

Respond
#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

15

How do you think about Criminals have the


right to believe in a religion?

16

Do you agree that The Government provides


special treatment which is different from the
general prison population in terms of daily
activities, administration, labor requirements,
etc. to juvenile, female, elderly, infirm and
disabled prisoners in addition to minority
nationality Chinese and foreign prisoners in full
consideration of this group's special physical
and psychological traits, physical strength
limitations and daily customs. Juveniles are
kept in juvenile delinquent rehabilitation
centers which operate on the principle of
"relying mainly on reform through education
supplemented by light physical labor," which is
actually a kind of vocational study. Prisons and
reform-through-labor institutions have special
dining rooms for minority nationality prisoners
with special dietary customs. Is it true?

17

Do you agree that the rule as A prisoner may


have his sentence reduced for good behavior
or be released on parole according to law is
well or fully implemented. Is it true?

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Reform)

Scoring : 5-most positive; 1-most negative


Question

Basic data of respondent

Question EN

Question CHN

18

How do you think about China has formulated


a series of laws and decrees relating to putting
prisoners to work in productive labor. Prisoners
enjoy the same benefits as employees of state
enterprises in terms of work hours, holidays,
supply of food and edible oil, and occupational
safety and health care. Is it true?

19

Do you agree that China has formulated a


series of laws and decrees relating to putting
prisoners to work in productive labor. Prisoners
enjoy the same benefits as employees of state
enterprises in terms of work hours, holidays,
supply of food and edible oil, and occupational
safety and health care. Is it true?

ID

PART I
PART II
Guaranteeing the Rights of Criminals
of Criminals throu

Respond
#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

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Data of 10 respondents (Survey on Quality and Effects of Labor


Reform)

Scoring : 5-most positive; 1-most negative


Question

ID

Question EN

Basic data of respondent

Question CHN

PART I
PART II
Guaranteeing the Rights of Criminals
of Criminals throu

Respond
#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

20

Do you agree that Civilized and safe working


conditions are provided for prisoners engaging
in reform through labor. In the area of

occupational safety and health care, every

reform-through-labor institution has a set of

specific safety regulations and necessary


safety measures plus special safety personnel
who constantly monitor safety conditions and
conduct inspections. There are explicit

regulations relating to conditions in prisons and

reform-through-labor institutions in terms of


safety, hygiene, ventilation, light, etc.. Reform-
through-labor institutions in China are judged in
part by how well they conform to these
regulations. Is it true?

21

Do you agree that China insists that criminals


be allowed to study and improve their
production skills to make the prisoner look at
the world in a new light and enable the
reformed criminal to contribute to the
modernization programme. One major way of
judging a reform-through-labor institution is
how successful it is in helping criminals learn
and improve their production skills. This has
played an important role in enabling reformed
criminals to quickly become employed, keep
their minds on their work and avoid going
back.? Is it true?

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Data of 10 respondents (Survey on Quality and Effects of Labor


Reform)

Scoring : 5-most positive; 1-most negative


Question

ID

Question EN

Basic data of respondent

Question CHN

PART I
PART II
Guaranteeing the Rights of Criminals
of Criminals throu

Respond
#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

22

Do you agree that The government has ruled


that former prisoners are not to be
discriminated against or shut out of society,
and that they are to be offered jobs to provide
them with opportunities to study and work and
encourage them to go straight? Is it true?

23

Do you agree that Healthy cultural,


recreational and sports activities are offered in
China's prisons and reform-through-labor
institutions to create a positive atmosphere for
bringing about change in the prisoners? Is it
true?

24

Do you agree that China sets great store by

the beneficial effects which the personal

examples and words of the prison staff have on

the prisoners in their care. The state requires


all prison staff to be ideologically morally sound
in order to guide and inspire the prisoners with
their civilized speech and behavior in their daily
work? Is it true?

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PART II Reform
of Criminals through Labor

PART III Changing


Criminals through Methods of
Persuasion

Respondent
#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

Male

Male

Male

Male

Male

Feb-62

Apr-61

Oct-72

May-73

Mar-68

53.1

54.0

42.4

41.9

Avg
score

47.0

Worker

Guardian in
Residential Area

Private owner

Housing project
construction
supervision

Warehouseman
of Private-owned
business

Junior college

Senior high
school

Junior high school

education

University
undergraduate

University
undergraduate

Once

Once

Twice

Once

Once

CRIMES OF
PROPERTY
VIOLATION

CRIMES OF
PROPERTY
VIOLATION

CRIMES OF
PROPERTY
VIOLATION

31.5

40

48

47

75

Yes, but seldom

A little bit

Never

Hard to say

Yes

39.3

CRIMES OF
CRIMES OF
EMBEZZLEMENT EMBEZZLEMENT
AND BRIBERY
AND BRIBERY

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PART II Reform
of Criminals through Labor

PART III Changing


Criminals through Methods of
Persuasion

Respondent

Avg
score

#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

Yes

Yes, but very


seldom

Yes

Yes, but very


seldom

Never

3.4

2.5

2.8

3.1

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PART II Reform
of Criminals through Labor

PART III Changing


Criminals through Methods of
Persuasion

Respondent
#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

Avg
score

3.9

3.8

3.9

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PART II Reform
of Criminals through Labor

PART III Changing


Criminals through Methods of
Persuasion

Respondent
#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

Avg
score

4.4

3.9

3.7

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PART II Reform
of Criminals through Labor

PART III Changing


Criminals through Methods of
Persuasion

Respondent
#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

Avg
score

3.6

3.1

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PART II Reform
of Criminals through Labor

PART III Changing


Criminals through Methods of
Persuasion

Respondent
#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

Avg
score

3.8

3.2

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PART II Reform
of Criminals through Labor

PART III Changing


Criminals through Methods of
Persuasion

Respondent
#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

Avg
score

2.9

3.3

2.7

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