Juvenile Justice: Youth and Crime In Australia

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Building on the strengths of earlier editions, Juvenile Justice: Youth and Crime in Australia (Third Edition) provides a comprehensive introduction to juvenile justice. This revised and updated edition explores the dynamics of youth crime and the institutions of social control in Australia. CONTENTS: Part 1: History, Theory and Institutions 1.The Development of Juvenile Justice 2.Theories of Juvenile Offending 3.The Nature of Contemporary Juvenile Crime 4.The Institutions of Juvenile Justice Part 2: The Social Dynamics of Juvenile Justice 5.Class and Community 6.Indigenous Young People 7.Ethnic Minority Young People 8.Young Women, Young Men and Gender Part 3: The State, Punishment and Community 9.Policing the Young 10.Courts and Sentencing Processes 11.Detention and Community Corrections 12.Youth Crime Prevention 13.Restorative Justice and Juvenile Conferencing
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Cunneen, Chris
White, Rob
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2007
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UNSW Faculty