Bernard, Thomas J.

The Cycle of Juvenile Justice. - 2nd ed. - Oxford : Oxford University Press, USA, 2010. - 1 online resource (252 p.) - eBooks on Demand .

Contents; 1. Ideas and the Cycle of Juvenile Justice; 2. What Stays the Same in History?; 3. The Origin of Juvenile Delinquency; 4. The Origin of Juvenile Justice: Juvenile Institutions; 5. The Origin of Juvenile Justice: The Juvenile Court; 6. The Supreme Court and Due Process; 7. Due Process and Adjudication Hearings: An Idea That Didn't Sell; 8. Disposition Hearings Today: The "Get Tough" Movement; 9. Youths in the Adult System; 10. Juvenile Justice in the Twenty-first Century; 11. The Lessons of History Applied Today; 12. The End of Juvenile Delinquency?; Index

The Cycle of Juvenile Justice takes a historical look at juvenile justice policies in the United States. Tracing a pattern of policies over the past 200 years, the book reveals cycles of reforms advocating either lenient treatment or harsh punishments for juvenile delinquents. Bernard and Kurlychek see this cycle as driven by several unchanging ideas that force us to repeat, rather than learn from, our history. This timely new edition provides a substantial update from the original, incorporating the vast policy changes from the 1990s to the present, and placing these changes in their broader

9780199708253 63.52 (NL)


Juvenile justice, Administration of - History.
Juvenile justice, Administration of - United States - History.


Electronic books.

HV9065.B47 2010

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