(In)justice for juveniles: rethinking the best interests of the child

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Lexington Books, 1989 - Law - 184 pages
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Tracing the past twenty years of attempted reforms through current trends, he measures the impact of various administrative, legal, and fiscal reform efforts and illustrtes how the contemporary juvenile justice system is still in shambles for the majority of our youth.

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Contents

The Facts and Myths of Juvenile Crime
23
The Politics of Juvenile Corrections
37
The Jailing of Juveniles
65
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IRA M. SCHWARTZ is Dean of Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania.

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