Transforming Juvenile Justice
Reform Ideals and Institutional Realities, 1825-1920
By (author) Steven L. Schlossman
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Transforming Juvenile Justice by Steven L. Schlossman
Book DescriptionAs juvenile justice dominates the headlines, the time has come to reexamine the history of this controversial institution. In "Transforming Juvenile Justice," Steven L. Schlossman traces the evolution of the idea that young lawbreakers, or potential lawbreakers, merit special treatment. He closely examines the Milwaukee Juvenile Court and the Wisconsin State Reform School to reveal how Progressive theory the belief that rehabilitation and careful oversight should replace punishment of delinquent youth played out in practice. Since its original publication in 1977, Schlossman's history of the juvenile justice system contributed to the debate on the delinquency problem and remains a landmark study today. In an engaging new introduction for this fresh edition of his classic, Schlossman reveals his sources of inspiration and relates his discovery of the rare records that offered an exclusive glimpse into the Milwaukee court's day-to-day operations. His account of the changing definitions of delinquency and reformers' attempts to remedy it offers insights on dilemmas that continue to plague American society."
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780875806037
(216mm x 162mm x 21mm)
Imprint: Northern Illinois University Press
Publisher: Northern Illinois University Press
Publish Date: 31-Mar-2005
Country of Publication: United States
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Author Biography - Steven L. Schlossman
Steven L. Schlossman is Professor of History at Carnegie Mellon and author of numerous publications on social history and policy history, with particular emphasis on childhood, education, and juvenile delinquency.
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