Description - Juvenile Justice by Chris Cunneen
Juvenile Justice 5th edition explores youth and crime in Australia, and the institutions and agencies associated with the administration of juvenile justice. It provides an accessible introduction to the main concepts and issues of juvenile justice and critically analyses the principles, policies and practices associated with it. The book provides clear information across a broad range of areas, and raises a number of questions about the institutions of juvenile justice and how we think about issues of juvenile justice. NEW TO THIS EDITION Updated with the latest data, statistics and developmentsCase examples in every chapter explore contemporary and topical issues and highlight real-life examples New sections on: Sexuality, homelessness and unstable accommodation and child-protection and out-of-home care historiesEthnic minority youth and contact with the criminal justice systemYoung women's contact with the criminal justice systemAddressing the needs of young women in the criminal justice systemImpacts of remand and young peopleAge, gender and Indigenous status of young people in detentionUsing detentionEffective youth crime prevention programs
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Format: Paperback / softback
(246mm x 171mm x 22mm)
OUP Australia and New Zealand
Publisher: Oxford University Press Australia
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Author Biography - Chris Cunneen
Chris Cunneen, Professor in the faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, and Law, University of New South Wales
Rob White, Professor of Criminology in the School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania
Kelly Richards, Senior Lecturer in the School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology
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