Juvenile Justice in America
Juvenile Justice in America, Seventh Edition, provides an intimate look at the lives of juveniles, their experiences in society, and the consequences of those experiences. The text carefully examines the characteristics, procedures, policies, and problems of American juvenile justice systems. The authors also discuss the issues and challenges that must be faced in order to develop more just systems and a more humane present and future for juveniles. The text maintains a balance of theory, evidence-based findings, law, and practice, and provides the most up-to-date material possible. -- Provided by Publisher
Juvenile justice, Administration of -- United States; Juvenile delinquency -- United States; Juvenile delinquents -- United States;
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology
xxvi, 372 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Bartollas, Clemens and Miller, Stuart, "Juvenile Justice in America" (2014). Faculty Book Gallery. 100.