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Designed for courses in juvenile justice and juvenile delinquency, this book focuses on theories and models of administration and explores how these theories and models are used by the agencies that make up the juvenile justice system.
The book includes a detailed chronology of juvenile and family law, describes specific programs utilized by justice agencies and analyzes their effectiveness, and presents extensive case studies of juvenile justice scenarios. Individual chapters are devoted to system response to problems arising out of the family, the school, and within the community.