Delinquency and Justice: A Cultural Perspective

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Allyn and Bacon, 2003 - Law - 420 pages
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Delinquency and Justice: A Cultural Perspective takes a humanistic perspective and offers insights about the cultures at work within the juvenile justice system. This book provides knowledge of issues, policies, and rationales of the juvenile court essential for anyone working in the criminal justice field. Entire chapters are devoted to gender and ethnicity; other chapters include coverage of religion, policy, and international juvenile justice. For anyone interested criminal justice, social workers, lawyers, sociologists.

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Patterns of Delinquency
Biopsychological Explanatii

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Knepper-East Carolina University

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