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Author Bernard, Thomas J.

Title The cycle of juvenile justice / Thomas J. Bernard
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 1992


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 W'PONDS  364.3609 Ber/Coj  AVAILABLE
Description vii, 195 pages ; 22 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: 1. Overview Of The Cycle And Its Origin -- 2. Ideas In History, Philosophy, And Law -- Ideas in Philosophy -- Ideas in Law -- The History of Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice -- 3. What Stays The Same In History? -- The Behavior of Youths, Especially Young Males -- Special Laws for Juveniles -- Mitigation of Punishments for Juveniles -- Views of Adults About the Behavior of Youth -- Belief That Juvenile Justice Policy Increases Crime -- The Cycle of Juvenile Justice -- 4. The Origin Of Juvenile Delinquency -- Juvenile Delinquency as a Modern Phenomenon -- Juvenile Delinquency as a Modern Idea -- Juvenile Delinquency: An Idea and a Phenomenon -- 5. The Origin Of Juvenile Justice - The First Juvenile Institution -- Historic Context: New York City Around 1820 -- The Society for the Prevention of Pauperism -- The New York House of Refuge -- Legal Issues Related to Juvenile Institutions -- The Lessons of History -- 6. The Origin Of Juvenile Justice - The First Juvenile Court -- Historic Context: Chicago at the Turn of the Century -- The First Juvenile Court -- Characteristics of the Original Juvenile Court -- Legal Issues Concerning the Juvenile Court -- The Lessons of History -- 7. Juvenile Justice Today - Good Intentions -- The Case of Morris Kent -- The Case of Gerald Gault -- The Case of Samuel Winship -- The Case of Joseph McKeiver -- The Case of Gary Jones -- The Lessons of History -- 8. Juvenile Justice Today - Actual Practice -- Did the Adjudication Hearing Change in Actual Practice? -- Did the Disposition Hearing Change in Actual Practice -- The Lessons of History -- 9. The Lessons Of History -- Predictions: The Cycle Continues -- Prescriptions: The Best and the Worst of Each Policy -- Breaking the Cycle of Juvenile Justice -- An Idea of Juvenile Delinquency: Naive Risk-Taking -- An Idea of Juvenile Justice: Communication -- Reforming Juvenile Justice -- Would These Ideas Sell? -- 10. The End Of Juvenile Delinquency
Analysis Delinquency
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Juvenile justice, Administration of -- History.
Juvenile justice, Administration of -- United States -- History.
LC no. 91010966
ISBN 0195071824 (cloth : acid-free paper)
0195071832 (paper : acid-free paper)