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Connect Online Access for Juvenile Justice

Connect Online Access for Juvenile Justice

4th Edition
By Robert W Taylor and Eric Fritsch
ISBN10: 1259409090
ISBN13: 9781259409097
Copyright: 2015
09781259409097

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Taylor/Fritsch, Juvenile Justice 4e

Brief TOC

Preface

1. The Juvenile Justice System

2. History of the Juvenile Justice System

3. Juvenile Crime, Criminals, and Victims

4. Choice, Deterrence, Biological and Psychological Theories

5. Social Structure, Social Process, and Social Reaction theories

6. Delinquency Prevention and Intervention

7. Police and Juveniles

8. Juvenile Law and Procedure

9. The Juvenile court

10. Juveniles in the Criminal Justice System

11. Community-based Corrections for Juveniles

12. Institutional Corrections for Juveniles

13. Gangs and Delinquency

14. Special Populations

15. Future Directions in Juvenile Justice

Endnotes

Glossary

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Index