Juvenile Delinquency: Theory, Practice, and Law
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Childhood and Delinquency
The Nature and Extent of Delinquency
Individual Views of Delinquency
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adolescents adult court African American age-graded theory ANSWER SECTION MULTIPLE arrest Bethel School District biosocial theory boys CHAPTER OBJECTIVES CHAPTER OUTLINE child abuse College Edition commit concept control theory crime rate criminal death penalty delinquency prevention programs delinquency rates delinquent acts delinquent behavior detention drug ESSAY QUESTIONS female delinquency FILL-IN REVIEW gender differences girls incarcerated influence InfoTrac interactional theory involved juvenile court juvenile crime juvenile delinquency juvenile justice system juvenile offenders LINKS/INTERNET READINGS male MULTIPLE CHOICE STATEMENTS OBJECTIVES After covering parens patriae parents peers percent power-control theory problem-oriented policing restorative justice school failure SECTION MULTIPLE CHOICE SELF-TEST MULTIPLE CHOICE sentence sexual social conflict theories social development model social reaction theories society status offenders substance abuse Summary WEB LINKS/INTERNET Survey text tells theorists theory holds theory of crime trait theory TRUE/FALSE STATEMENTS U.S. Constitution U.S. Supreme Court victim violence youths