The Juvenile Offender: Perspective and Readings

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • 1: The Juvenile Delinquent 1
  • We Call Them Delinquents 10
  • Delinquency is Normal Behavior 13
  • Selected References 19
  • 2 - The Extent of Juvenile Delinquency 26
  • Conclusions 32
  • Negro and White Male Institutionalized Delinquents 39
  • Postwar Problems of Youth 46
  • 3: Economic Conditions and Familial Factors 52
  • Conclusion 62
  • Conclusion 68
  • Conclusions 74
  • Selected References 82
  • 4: Community Institutions 83
  • Selected References 114
  • 5: Special Personality and Behavior Problems 117
  • A Court Psychiatrist's View of Juvenile Delinquents 125
  • Can We Regulate Prostitution? 146
  • 6: Juvenile Gangs 153
  • Juvenile Gangs in East Side Los Angeles 170
  • Gang Membership and Juvenile Misconduct 175
  • 7 - Apprehension and Detention 192
  • The Charles Ross Case 198
  • The Child in Detention 218
  • Selected References 219
  • 8: The Juvenile Court as an Institution 229
  • The Court and the Child 233
  • Conclusion 240
  • Helpful Practices in Juvenile Court Hearings 247
  • Conclusion 250
  • If I Were a Judge 257
  • In Defense of Juvenile Courts 267
  • Conclusion 274
  • 9: Trends in the Juvenile Court Idea 275
  • The Juvenile Court and Delinquent Parents 288
  • The Treatment of Juvenile Offenders in Murder Cases 301
  • State Juvenile Court: A New Standard 307
  • Boys' Court: Individualized Justice For the Youthful Offender 310
  • Most Courts Have to Be Substandard! 315
  • The Juvenile Court Today 322
  • Selected References 327
  • 10: Probation 337
  • Evaluating the Everyday Work of a Probation Office 342
  • What a Difference One Year Makes! 359
  • Probation is Treatment 365
  • Conclusion 382
  • Selected References 387
  • 11: The Correctional Institution 393
  • The Group Worker's Role in an Institution For Juvenile Delinquents 417
  • If You Make the Boy Right, You Make the World Right 429
  • Selected References 432
  • 12: Parole Supervision and Sponsorship 441
  • Jim, Mr. Brown, and You 462
  • Selected References 465
  • 13: Community Responsibility 470
  • Controlling War-Time Juvenile Delinquency 484
  • Delinquency Prevention Begins at Home 494
  • Index 503
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