Ages of anxiety : historical and transnational perspectives on juvenile justice / edited by William S. Bush and David S. Tanenhaus.
Contributor(s): Bush, William S [editor.] | Tanenhaus, David Spinoza [editor.].Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks; Youth, crime, and justice series.Publisher: New York : New York University Press, 2018Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781479865802; 147986580X.Subject(s): Juvenile justice, Administration of | Juvenile justice, Administration of -- History | Juvenile delinquency -- History | Juvenile delinquentsAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Ages of anxiety.DDC classification: 364.36 LOC classification: K5575 | .A945 2018Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
From criminal justice to the social clinic : the role of magistrates in the circulation of transnational models in the twentieth century / David Niget -- The modernization of authority : juvenile delinquents and their caseworkers in post-revolutionary Mexico City / Shari Orisich -- The search for juvenile delinquency in colonial Zanzibar, East Africa / Corrie Decker -- Youth consciousness, delinquency, and the Montreal miracle / Tamara Myers -- Supervising freedom : juvenile delinquency in Paris and Boston in the mid-twentieth century / Guillaume Prissol -- Unclaimed forlorn monsters? : perceptions of youth crime and the limits of juvenile justice reform in Turkey, 1979-2005 / Nazan Iek -- Conclusion : whose children : a comparative anatomy of moral panics / William S. Bush, Texas A & M University-San Antonio, David S. Tanenhaus.
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Ages of Anxiety presents six case studies of juvenile justice policy in the twentieth century from around the world, adding context to the urgent and international conversation about youth, crime, and justice. By focusing on magistrates, social workers, probation and police officers, and youth themselves, editors William S. Bush and David S. Tanenhaus highlight the role of ordinary people as meaningful and consequential historical actors. After providing an international perspective on the social history of ideas about how children are different from adults, the contributors explain why those differences should matter for the administration of justice. They examine how reformers used the idea of modernization to build and legitimize juvenile justice systems in Europe and Mexico, and present histories of policing and punishing youth crime. Ages of Anxiety introduces a new theoretical model for interpreting historical research to demonstrate the usefulness of social histories of children and youth for policy analysis and decision-making in the twenty-first century. Shedding new light on the substantive aims of the juvenile court, the book is a historically informed perspective on the critical topic of youth, crime, and justice. --Jacket flap.