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Explaining Youth Crime

David P. Farrington

Explaining Youth Crime

by David P. Farrington

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Published by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile offenders,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10341487M
    ISBN 10047198230X
    ISBN 109780471982302
    OCLC/WorldCa228292664

    John Muncie is Emeritus Professor of Criminology at the Open University, UK. He is the author of Youth and Crime (4th edition, Sage, ), and he has published widely on issues in comparative youth justice and children’s rights, including the co-edited companion volumes Youth Crime and Justice and Comparative Youth Justice (Sage, ).4/5(18). Social work practice within the youth justice setting can be complex, challenging and laden with ethical dilemmas. However, it is also one of the areas in which social workers can really engage in significant work with young people in order to effect positive change.

    Purchase Criminology - 8th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Books shelved as juvenile-crime: The 57 Bus: A True Story of Two Teenagers and the Crime That Changed Their Lives by Dashka Slater, Scar Island by Dan Ge.

    Informed by the latest research in the field, the contributing authors of Youth Crime & Justice help explain the profoundly important yet uneven changes in youth justice policy and human rights that have emerged in the UK and internationally over the last decade, along with the huge challenges these pose for current efforts at progressive national and international youth justice reform. TOP 25 Types of Referrals Crimes, Offenses and Violations Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court Below is a list of the top twenty-five (25) crimes, offenses and/or violations referred to youth court, teen court, peer court, student court and peer jury diversion programs around the globe. This data has been compiled using several large scale data collection projects.


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Explaining Youth Crime by David P. Farrington Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book provides you with the most comprehensive and authoritative overview of youth crime and youth justice available. Keeping you abreast of contemporary debates, this fourth edition of Youth and Crime.

Includes updated chapters on youth crime discourse and data, youth victimology, youth and social policy, youth justice strategies and comparative and international. This book provides you with the most comprehensive and authoritative overview of youth crime and youth justice available.

Keeping you abreast of contemporary debates, this fourth edition of Youth and Crime: Includes updated chapters on youth crime discourse and data, youth victimology, youth and social policy, youth justice strategies and comparative and. Theories Explaining Juvenile Crime Many theories, at both the macro and micro level, have been proposed to explain juvenile crime.

Some prominent theories include Social Disorganization theory, Differential Social Organization theory, Social Control theory, and.

"Essential reading for students at all levels. In order to understand youth offending and youth justice, you must be aware of the aims and the contextual development of how we respond to youth crime. This book sharply deconstructs the relevant theories and looks to explain some of the reasons behind youth offending.

Criminology: Explaining Crime and Its Context, Ninth Edition, is a highly acclaimed textbook offering a broad perspective on criminological theory. It provides students of criminology and sociology with a thorough exposure to a range of theories, contrasting their logic and assumptions, but also highlighting efforts to integrate and blend these frameworks.

Explaining Youth Crime [David P. Farrington] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Chapter 12 provides an accessible summary of the types of issue that would be involved in deconstructing ‘youth crime’ from a postmodern perspective.

Anyone not yet convinced of the fictions of crime and crime control should read Reiman, J. (/) The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison, 8th edn. Welcome to the companion website for the fourth edition of Youth and Crime by John website offers a wide range of free teaching and learning resources, including:For Students:Annotated links to online reading including websites, blogs and reportsFor Instructors:PowerPoint Slides to accompany each chapter.

Young People, Crime and Justice is the perfect undergraduate critical introduction to the youth justice system, following a unique left-realist perspective while providing a balanced account of the critical criminology agenda, locating the practical working of the system in the critical socio-economic context.

It is essential reading for. This chapter deals with youth crime and youth justice: offending behaviour committed by children and young people and their subsequent treatment in the justice system.

It considers the argument for a bespoke understanding and response to youth and crime as distinct from offending behaviour committed by adults. The discussion begins by looking at how the concepts of.

Lanctôt, N., & Blanc, M. Explaining deviance by adolescent females. Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, 29, – We have already commented on the victimization of women from rape, sexual assault, and domestic violence, but the study of this topic began with work by feminist criminologists during the s.

Crime and Immigrant Youth is a unique study of migration as a process that sometimes leads to youthful crime beyond the norms of either the home or host cult. 'Explaining youthful crime in immigrant communities', in Crime & immigrant youth, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, This book is about crime in immigrant communities.

This. Explaining Youth Crime I. This is an essential text book for any student with an intrest in youth justice. The book covers everything from hsitorical perspective to comapartive and international youth justice.

The book also covers sociological perspectives as well as using current information and data to then discuss current government.

Youth crime: representations, discourses, and data --Histories of youth crime --Explaining youth crime I: Positivist criminologies --Explaining youth crime II: Radical and realist criminologies --Youth victimology --Youth cultures, cultural studies and cultural criminology --Youth and social policy: control, regulation, and governance.

This book provides you with the most comprehensive and authoritative overview of youth crime and youth justice available. Keeping you abreast of contemporary debates, this fourth edition of Youth and Crime. Includes updated chapters on youth crime discourse and data, youth victimology, youth and social policy, youth justice strategies and comparative and international Cited by:   Criminologists have devoted much effort to explaining why African American youth have higher rates of serious offending than Whites.

But data suggest that African American youth have similar rates of minor offending than Whites and that the large share of African American youth are no more likely to engage in serious crime than by: 8. Youth Crime: Representations, Discourses and Data -- 2. Histories of Youth and Crime -- 3.

Explaining Youth Crime I: Positivist Criminologies -- 4. Explaining Youth Crime II: Radical and Realist Criminologies -- 5. Youth Victimology -- 6. Youth Cultures, Cultural Studies and Cultural Criminology -- 7.

This essay will discuss three theories, the differential association theory, the labelling theory and the rationale choice theory. The theories will discussed and how they can explain crime will also be discussed, and then a comparison of the theories will be given in order to identify their strengths and weaknesses in explaining youth crime.

Criminology: Explaining Crime and Its Context, Tenth Edition, offers a broad perspective on criminological theory. It provides students of criminology and sociology with a thorough exposure to a range of theories about crime, contrasting their logic and assumptions, but also highlighting efforts to integrate and blend these : $ John Muncie is Emeritus Professor of Criminology at the Open University, UK.

He is the author of Youth and Crime (4th edition, Sage, ), and he has published widely on issues in comparative youth justice and children’s rights, including the co-edited companion volumes Youth Crime and Justice and Comparative Youth Justice (Sage, ).Price: $.

This chapter explains what crime is and what sorts of activities are criminalised and why. It begins by considering how society decides exactly which activities should be classed as crimes and goes on to discuss crime from an international human rights perspective. It then looks at crime as a social construct and its relation to deviance, the reasons why some actions are criminalised.

Psychological Theories of Crime and Delinquency that behavior is determined by the person and their environmentin time and space, the thrust of this theory focused on how behavior is shaped by expe-rience.

Bandura () discussed the principles of modifying behavior using social learning by: EXPLANATIONS OF YOUTH CRIME: POSITIVISM The End.

What is Youth Crime? Any questions? Bibliography Carrabine, E., Cox, P. et. al. (). Criminology: A Sociological.