“[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency] is a concise and accessible introduction to the juvenile justice system that is appropriate for undergraduate students who are interested in juvenile justice or child welfare issues.”
“Strengths include the brief overview of key juvenile delinquency theories, inclusion of chapters on adolescent development and trauma, and policy focus”
“The history chapter was very thorough. There were facts presented in this chapter that I had never seen in other textbooks. I liked the references to best practices toward the end of the book in chapter eight.”
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