Juvenile Arrest in America : Race, Social Class, and Gang Membership
By: Tapia, Mike.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Criminal Justice: Recent Scholarship: Publisher: El Paso : LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC, 2012Description: 1 online resource (183 p.).ISBN: 9781593325107.Subject(s): Discrimination in criminal justice administration -- Utah | Gangs -- United States | Juvenile delinquency -- United States | Juvenile justice, Administration of -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Juvenile Arrest in America : Race, Social Class, and Gang MembershipDDC classification: 364.360973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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CONTENTS; List of Tables; List of Figures; CHAPTER 1: Introduction and Theoretical Background; Framework; Labeling and Conflict Theories; Conflict-Based Components of Labeling; Interaction Effects; Summary and Overview; CHAPTER 2: Concepts and Issues in Juvenile ArrestResearch; The Three Main Approaches to Studying Juvenile Arrest; Correlates of Juvenile Arrest; Legal Variables; Summary; CHAPTER 3: Youth Gangs and Arrest; Delinquent Subculture; Gangs and Delinquency; Gangs and Arrest; Summary and Conclusion; CHAPTER 4: Modeling the Effects of Legal andSocial Variables on Juvenile Arrest
IntroductionHypotheses; Sample; Measures; CHAPTER 5: Testing the Race-Ethnic LabelingHypothesis; Introduction; Labeling and Arrest; Race and Ethnic Effects in the Full Sample; Multivariate Modeling of the Race Effect; General Arrest Predictors in the Model; Discussion; CHAPTER 6: SES and the Race-Arrest Relationship; Introduction; Modeling; Results; Summary; CHAPTER 7: Gang Membership and Arrest:Specifying Race and SES Effects; Introduction; Descriptives; Gang Models; Summary and Conclusion; CHAPTER 8: Conclusion-Labeling and theConfluence of Extralegal Characteristics onJuvenile Arrest
IntroductionDiscussion of Findings; Study Limitations; Implications for Policy and Theory; APPENDIX A: General Delinquency Measures, 12-Month Incidence; APPENDIX B: Delinquency By Gang Member Status; Bibliography; Index
Tapia studies how race, social class, and gang membership interact to shape arrest patterns for American youth. With differences in delinquency level controlled for the various subgroups of youth in the study, a critical test of labeling theory is executed. Modeling how social class and gang membership condition race effects lends more clarity to the contours of arrest risk for America's youth. Gang membership and social class also interact in surprising and interesting ways. Some findings are paradoxical, even counterintuitive. The insights obtained will inform the ongoing federal research in
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