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Juvenile delinquency and the school.

William C. Kvaraceus

Juvenile delinquency and the school.

by William C. Kvaraceus

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Published by (distributed by) Harrap, World Book Company in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Passaic Children"s Bureau.

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13959757M

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    Poor school attendance is correlated with juvenile delinquency for a few reasons. At the most basic level, poor school attendance is a form of juvenile delinquency: truancy. In many states, such as New York, parents can face penalties like fines and jail time when their children are chronically truant. address juvenile delinquency in Florida. The benchbook was developed to assist both new and experienced judges in Florida who are assigned to hear juvenile delinquency cases. The benchbook is organized into a General Topics section followed by chapters corresponding with the juvenile delinquency hearings provided for in Chapter Each.

    In the face of an unprecedented increase in school crime and violence, this book addresses school crime as a two-dimensional issue consisting of the problem of crime in schools and the role of schools in preventing delinquency and dealing with delinquent students. This book reviews the theories that attempt to explain the relationships among school crime, crime in the community, the role of Cited by: Juvenile Delinquency: The Comic Book Panic of the s-U.S. First Edition | © James Gilbert The goal of this document collection is to consider how a worried generation of parents, experts, and government officials thought about the relationship between violence in the media and juvenile delinquency.


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Jones, Ohio Dominican Price: $. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: The nature and extent of delinquency.Nearly one-fifth (18%) of juvenile violent crimes occur in the 4 hours between 3 p.m.

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