Still Blaming Children: Youth Conduct and the Politics of Child Hating

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Fernwood Pub., 2006 - Social Science - 167 pages
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Exploring modern exploitations of youths—from excessive legal scrutiny to the minimal benefits associated with jobs in unskilled industries—this study examines the shrinking human rights offered to an age group that is often misrepresented and deceptively portrayed. The global context of children, crimes and condemnation, the role of the media, and finding social justice for young adults are all issues discussed at length in this revealing and insightful analysis.

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This book was poorly written and poorly reviewed. It is full of spelling and grammatical errors, making it difficult to overlook and find the content- of which there was little.

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Bernard Schissel is a professor of sociology at the University of Saskatchewan. He is the author of Blaming Children: Youth Crime, Moral Panics and the Politics of Hate.

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