(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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Criticizes the current juvenile criminal justice system, discusses the incarceration of youths under the guise of psychiatric treatment, and suggests ways to improve the system

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While the Reformers Slept
The Facts and Myths of Juvenile Crime 2 3
The Politics of Juvenile Corrections

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IRA M. SCHWARTZ is Dean of Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania.

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