Juvenile Delinquency: Theory, Practice, and Law
Unrivaled in its current coverage of topics, the best selling JUVENILE DELINQUENCY: THEORY, PRACTICE, AND LAW, Eleventh Edition, provides an in-depth analysis of the theories of delinquency, environmental issues, juvenile justice issues, and the juvenile justice system. Praised both for its authority and balance as well as for the authors' ability to engage students in the course, the new Eleventh Edition presents cutting-edge, seminal research, as well as up-to-the-minute policy and newsworthy examples. Offering a timely and objective presentation of juvenile delinquency theory and juvenile justice policy issues, Siegel and Welsh examine opposing sides of controversial aspects of delinquency and delinquency programs in a balanced, unbiased way.
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