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Choosing the future for American juvenile justice / edited by Franklin E. Zimring and David S. Tanenhaus.

Contributor(s): Tanenhaus, David Spinoza [editor.] | Zimring, Franklin E [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks; Youth, crime, and justice series.Publisher: New York : New York University Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (viii, 248 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781479863402; 1479863408; 1479834440; 9781479834440.Subject(s): Juvenile delinquency -- United States | Juvenile justice, Administration of -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Choosing the future for American juvenile justice.DDC classification: 364.360973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Franklin E. Zimring and David S. Tanenhaus -- American youth violence : a cautionary tale / Franklin E. Zimring -- The power politics of juvenile court transfer in the 1990s / Franklin E. Zimring -- Juvenile sexual offenders / Michael F. Caldwell -- The school-to-prison pipeline : rhetoric and reality / Aaron Kupchik -- Education behind bars? : the promise of the Maya Angelou Academy / James Forman Jr. -- A tale of two systems : juvenile justice system choices and their impact on young immigrants / David B. Thronson -- Juvenile criminal record confidentiality / James B. Jacobs -- Minority overrepresentation : on causes and partial cures / Franklin E. Zimring -- The once and future juvenile brain / Terry A. Maroney -- On strategy and tactics for contemporary reforms / Franklin E. Zimring and David S. Tanenhaus.
Summary: This is a hopeful but complicated era for those with ambitions to reform the juvenile courts and youth-serving public institutions in the United States. As advocates plea for major reforms, many fear the public backlash in making dramatic changes. Choosing the Future for American Juvenile Justice provides a look at the recent trends in juvenile justice as well as suggestions for reforms and policy changes in the future. Should youth be treated as adults when they break the law? How can youth be deterred from crime? What factors should be considered in how youth are punished? What role should the police have in schools?
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Introduction / Franklin E. Zimring and David S. Tanenhaus -- American youth violence : a cautionary tale / Franklin E. Zimring -- The power politics of juvenile court transfer in the 1990s / Franklin E. Zimring -- Juvenile sexual offenders / Michael F. Caldwell -- The school-to-prison pipeline : rhetoric and reality / Aaron Kupchik -- Education behind bars? : the promise of the Maya Angelou Academy / James Forman Jr. -- A tale of two systems : juvenile justice system choices and their impact on young immigrants / David B. Thronson -- Juvenile criminal record confidentiality / James B. Jacobs -- Minority overrepresentation : on causes and partial cures / Franklin E. Zimring -- The once and future juvenile brain / Terry A. Maroney -- On strategy and tactics for contemporary reforms / Franklin E. Zimring and David S. Tanenhaus.

This is a hopeful but complicated era for those with ambitions to reform the juvenile courts and youth-serving public institutions in the United States. As advocates plea for major reforms, many fear the public backlash in making dramatic changes. Choosing the Future for American Juvenile Justice provides a look at the recent trends in juvenile justice as well as suggestions for reforms and policy changes in the future. Should youth be treated as adults when they break the law? How can youth be deterred from crime? What factors should be considered in how youth are punished? What role should the police have in schools?

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