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7 edition of Youth and Justice found in the catalog.

Youth and Justice

Helen Burke

Youth and Justice

by Helen Burke

  • 49 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Marion Boyars .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ireland,
  • Juvenile Justice Administration,
  • Great Britain,
  • Juvenile delinquency,
  • Juvenile detention homes,
  • Juvenile justice, Administrati

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8291359M
    ISBN 100905223241
    ISBN 109780905223247
    OCLC/WorldCa8543382

      Youth Justice and Social Work, 2nd edn, Jane Pickford and Paul Dugmore, London, Sage/Learning Matters, , pp. , ISBN 0 4 (pb), £Author: Ian Paylor. Comparative Youth Justice is the first book to critically reflect on contemporary juvenile justice reform in England and Wales and across various other weste.

      Youth Justice in America, Second Edition engages students in an exciting, informed discussion of the U.S. juvenile justice system and fills a pressing need to make legal issues personally meaningful to young people. Written in a straightforward style by Maryam Ahranjani, Andrew Ferguson and Jamie Raskin – all of whom actively work in the area of juvenile justice -- the book addresses Book Edition: Second Edition. Youth justice has always focused on criminal justice but this work argues that taking a social justice approach is the best way to reduce youth crime. Drawing on philosophy, new research, and practitioners’ views, a new organizational structure and approach is developed.

      This book provides a comprehensive, student-friendly and critical introduction to youth justice in England and Wales, offering a balanced evaluation of its development, rationale, nature and Author: Stephen Case.   Youth under the age of 18 who are accused of committing a delinquent or criminal act are typically processed through a juvenile justice system similar to that of the adult criminal justice system in many ways—processes include arrest, detainment, petitions, hearings, adjudications, dispositions, placement, probation, and reentry—the juvenile justice process operates according to.


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‘The third edition of Youth Justice: Ideas, Policy, Practice provides an authoritative, Youth and Justice book and completely up-to-date critical insight into the fast-moving world of youth justice. Smith’s book is an invaluable resource for students and tutors alike.5/5(3).

Following in the footsteps of CQ Press′s acclaimed We the Students, Youth Justice in America fills a pressing need to make legal issues personally meaningful to young people.

Written in a straightforward style that will appeal to all students, from high risk groups to AP classes, this is an essential acquisition for all libraries that serve students and teachers at the high school or undergraduate level, as well as Author: Maryam Ahranjani. This innovative text examines contemporary issues in youth justice in the light of the sweeping reforms introduced by the Crime and Disorder Act and the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Bill It brings together current debates in both the practice and theory of youth Author: Jane Pickford.

Youth Justice book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book provides a comprehensive, student-friendly and critical introducti Ratings: 0. Published inthe aim of this text is to offer a critical analysis of contemporary policy and practice in relation to children and crime.

It provides an integrated edited text combining a critical commentary of contemporary social/criminal justice policy with analyses of Cited by: The Youth Justice Handbook provides an essential resource for practitioners in youth justice as well as those who are studying the subject as part of their training or an academic course.

Its aim is to equip practitioners in youth justice and the wider children’s workforce with an understanding of key theoretical concepts from a range of disciplines that might inform and enhance their work. Youth Justice in America, Second Edition engages students in an exciting, informed discussion of the U.S.

juvenile justice system and fills a pressing need to make legal issues personally meaningful to young people. Written in a straightforward style, the book addresses tough, important issues that directly affect today's youth, including the rights of accused juveniles, search and seizure, self-incrimination.

Youth Justice in America combines thoughtful commentary with selections from actual federal and state constitutional criminal law cases to explore issues of juveniles and justice. The book addresses tough, important issues that are part of many high school curriculums and directly affect today's young people, including:Ratings: 0.

Youth Justice is a coalface book for those supporting young people who come into contact with the criminal justice system in New South wales.

Its advice is specific to New South Wales yet the issues will appeal to a national audience. Teaching for Change carefully selects the best multicultural and social justice books for children, young adults, and educators.

Learn about our criteria for selecting titles. Feedback on these lists and suggestions for additional titles are welcome. Most of the books on these lists are linked for more information or purchase to Powells, an independent, union labor bookstore. This book provides a comprehensive, student-friendly and critical introduction to youth justice in England and Wales, offering a balanced evaluation of its development, rationale, nature and evidence base.

It explores the evolution of definitions and explanations of youth offending and examines the responses to it that constitute youth justice. Buy Youth Justice: A Critical Introduction 1 by Case, Stephen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(2). The book maintains its critical analysis of the underlying assumptions and ideas behind youth justice, as well as its policy and practice, laying bare the inadequacies, inconsistencies and injustices of practice in the by:   Juvenile Justice 5th edition explores youth and crime in Australia, and the institutions and agencies associated with the administration of juvenile justice.

It provides an accessible introduction to the main concepts and issues of juvenile justice and critically analyses the principles, policies and practices associated with : Cunneen, White, Richards.

The authors bring their unique experience as specialist youth justice lawyers to explain how to communicate and engage effectively with children, the correct approach for dealing with children with learning difficulties, the importance of background and how to ensure children effectively participate in criminal proceedings and receive a fair trial.

It is vital for social work students and practitioners to understand the complexities of the youth justice system. This fully revised second edition analyses and puts into context several pieces of new legislation such as the Criminal Justice and Immigration Actthe Youth Rehabilitation Order and the new Youth Conditional Caution.

Youth Court Bench Book Judicial College 1 August INTRODUCTION The youth court 1. The youth court deals with criminal proceedings against those who are aged 10 – 17 years old.

Those under the age of 14 are referred to as ‘children’ and those aged 14 – 17. About this journal. Youth Justice is an international, peer-reviewed journal that engages with the analyses of juvenile/youth justice systems, law, policy and practice around the world.

It contains articles that are theoretically informed and/or grounded in the latest empirical research.

Youth Justice enjoys an ever-increasing international presence in recognition of the developing interest in. This book provides a comprehensive, student-friendly and critical introduction to youth justice in England and Wales, offering a balanced evaluation of its development, rationale, nature and evidence base.

It explores the evolution of definitions and explanations of youth offending and examines the responses to it that constitute youth : Stephen Case.

`Youth Crime and Justice presents a detailed and comprehensive critical analysis of evidence from leading national and international scholars.

As such it provides a powerful antidote to the. Synopsis This is a thoroughly revised edition of Roger Smith's book published in The book provides a comprehensive and critical overview of the youth justice system.

It begins by setting the youth justice system in historical context, and then assesses the impact of Author: Roger Smith.This book is designed for criminology, law and social work degree students as well as those studying for youth justice qualifications.

Those involved in the education of social work and youth justice and practitioners within the youth justice system will also find the content of this book useful. `Muncie's book is a must-read for all criminologists interested in youth justice and youth crime.

It is accessible, theoretically informed, empirically detailed and, thanks to the second edition, 5/5(1).