Juveniles in Trouble, Volume 3

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Messner, 1994 - Juvenile delinquency - 157 pages
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Juveniles in Trouble presents a dramatic portrait of America's most troubled teens -- runaways, gang members, single mothers, mall rats, drag dealers and users, robbers, and killers. Richard Wormser raises disturbing moral issues about what should be done with those who commit violent and nonviolent crimes.

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Richard Wormser is an award-winning writer and photographer. He has written, produced, and directed over one hundred programs for television, educational institutions, and government. His programs have received over twenty-five awards. He is the originator, series coproducer, and writer/director of the four-part PBS television series "The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow," He has also written twenty books of young adult nonfiction, and has taught film and video production courses at the University of Bridgeport and Global Village in New York. He lives in New York City.

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