Delinquency in Society
Professor Emeritus University of Colorado Boulder Robert M Regoli, Robert M. Regoli, John D. Hewitt, Matt DeLisi, Professor Iowa State University Matt Delisi
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Sep 29, 2009 - Law - 674 pages
Delinquency in Society, Eighth Edition, provides a systematic introduction to the study of juvenile delinquency. This best-selling text covers the basic theories behind the cause of juvenile crimes, the sociological effects of juvenile delinquency, and the impact of juvenile crime on families, schools, and peer groups. Delinquency prevention programs and basic coverage of delinquency as it relates to the criminal justice system are also included to add context and help student comprehension. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
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