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This book represents the first major analysis of Anglo-Australian youth justice and penality to be published and it makes significant theoretical and empirical contributions to the wider field of comparative criminology. By exploring trends in law, policy and practice over a forty-year period, the book critically surveys the 'moving images' of youth justice regimes and penal cultures, the principal drivers of reform, the core outcomes of such processes and the overall implications for theory building. It addresses a wide range of questions including:
The book is essential reading for researchers, students and tutors in criminology, criminal justice, law, social policy, sociology and youth studies.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780815374466
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