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Internet sites and videos that explain the various aspects of the juvenile justice system. Some sites will also address controversies in juvenile justice.
Course: Juvenile Delinquency
Date Added to MERLOT: October 24, 2010
Created by: jerry neapolitan
License: Creative Commons License
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Outcomes: This course explores the nature of delinquency and the extent to which it is a social problem in the USA. The major theories of causation are presented and critically examined. The juvenile justice system is studied historically and in its current form. The present and future of delinquency control and prevention are examined.
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Personal experiences stories
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Facts and statistics, a review of the "adult vs. child" debate, and four case studies... More
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Discussion of the juvenile justice system, reported versus unreported victimization,... More
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CJCJ provides a full continuum of services to youth facing or transitioning from the... More
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NPR audio recordings Judge Jeremiah, a Rhode Island juvenile court judge, and Matthew, a... More
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The National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDC) was created in 1999 to respond to the... More
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Seven minute video on the new model of juvenile justice being used in Missouri. A national... More