Juvenile Delinquents Grown Up

By Glueck Sheldon; Eleanor Glueck | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
I. INTRODUCTION1
II. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DELINQUENTS4
III. DELINQUENCY PRIOR TO APPEARANCE IN BOSTON JUVENILE COURT15
IV. DELINQUENCY IN FIRST FOLLOW-UP PERIOD26
V. DELINQUENCY IN SECOND FOLLOW-UP PERIOD43
VI. DELINQUENCY IN THIRD FOLLOW-UP PERIOD59
VII. TREND OF CONDUCT75
VIII. AGE, MATURATION, AND CHANGES IN CONDUCT90
IX. COMPARISON OF REFORMED AND UNREFORMED OFFENDERS107
X. COMPARISON OF YOUNGER AND OLDER REFORMED OFFENDERS116
XI. COMPARISON OF SERIOUS AND MINOR OFFENDERS126
XII. PREDICTING BEHAVIOR DURING A FIFTEEN-YEAR SPAN135
XIII. BEHAVIOR DURING VARIOUS FORMS OF PENO-CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT147
XIV. OFFENDERS WHO SUCCEEDED DURING EXTRAMURAL TREATMENT AND THOSE WHO FAILED109
XV. OFFENDERS WHO SUCCEEDED DURING INTRAMURAL TREATMENT AND THOSE WHO FAILED177
XVI. OFFENDERS WHO SUCCEEDED DURING BOTH EXTRAMURAL AND INTRAMURAL TREATMENT AND THOSE WHO FAILED182
XVII. OFFENDERS WHO SUCCEEDED DURING INTRAMURAL TREATMENT AND THOSE WHO SUCCEEDED DURING BOTH FORMS OF TREATMENT187
XVIII. OFFENDERS WHO SUCCEEDED DURING EXTRAMURAL TREATMENT AND THOSE WHO SUCCEEDED DURING BOTH FORMS OF TREATMENT193
XIX. PREDICTING BEHAVIOR DURING VARIOUS FORMS OF PENO-CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT199
XX. CASES ILLUSTRATING THE USE OF PREDICTION TABLES216
XXI. METHOD OF THIS RESEARCH235
XXII. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS264
APPENDIX A. DEFINITION OF TERMS AND SUBJECT INDEX TO TABLES IN APPENDIX B274
APPENDIX B. ORIGINAL TABLES281
APPENDIX C. PERIOD-COMPARISON TABLES308
INDEX321

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