Delinquency: The Juvenile Offender in America Today

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DELINQUENCY
The Juvenile Offender in America Today

by Herbert A. Bloch Brooklyn College and Frank T. Flynn University of Chicago

Random House · New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Charts and Diagrams xiv
  • Foreword xv
  • Part One - The Meaning and Scope of Delinquency 1
  • Chapter 1 - What Is Delinquency? 3
  • For Further Reading 17
  • Chapter2 - Who Are Our Delinquents? 19
  • For Further Reading 51
  • Part Two - Pressures Toward Delinquency 53
  • Chapter 3 - The Search for the Elusive Causes 55
  • For Further Reading 80
  • Chapter4 - Trends in Personality Research 83
  • For Further Reading 94
  • Chapters 5 - The Physical Constitution of Delinquents 96
  • For Further Reading 113
  • Chapter 6 - Bodily Related Factors 115
  • For Further Reading 149
  • Chapter 7 - Emotional Pressures 151
  • For Further Reading 175
  • Chapter 8 - The Pressures of the Environment 177
  • For Further Reading 237
  • Part Three - Treatment Agencies 239
  • Chapter 9 - Preliminary Considerations 241
  • For Further Reading 249
  • Chapter 10 The Role of the Police 251
  • For Further Reading 266
  • Chapter 11 - Juvenile Detention 267
  • For Further Reading 303
  • Chapter12 - The Juvenile Court: Background, Philosophy, and Structure 305
  • For Further Reading 337
  • Chapter 13 - The Juvenile Court: Operations and Staff Functions 339
  • For Further Reading 370
  • Chapter14 - The Juvenile Court: Facilities and Prospects 372
  • For Further Reading 415
  • Chapter15 - Training Schools 417
  • For Further Reading 457
  • Chapter 16 - Treatment of Youthful Offenders 459
  • For Further Reading 505
  • Part Four Prevention 509
  • Chapter 17 - The Responsibility of Society 511
  • For Further Reading 537
  • Appendixes 539
  • Bibliography 565
  • Index 599
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