7 edition of Families, schools, and delinquency prevention found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||James Q. Wilson and Glenn C. Loury, editors.|
|Series||From children to citizens ;, v. 3|
|Contributions||Wilson, James Q., Loury, Glenn C.|
|LC Classifications||KF9779 .F76 1987 vol. 3, HV741 .F76 1987 vol. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||86028054|
Savignac, J. () Families, Youth and Delinquency: The State of Knowledge, and Family-Based Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Programs, National Crime Prevention Centre, Public Safety, Ottawa. Sherman, F. 13 Pathways to Juvenile Detention Reform - Detention Reform and Girls Challenges and Solutions. Juvenile Delinquency: Pathways and Prevention explores the pivotal roles that family, trauma, mental health, and schools have on juvenile delinquency, while exploring opportunities for prevention and intervention. Authors Christopher A. Mallett and Miyuki Fukushima Tedor draw from years of experience working with juvenile offenders to shed light on the nature of delinquency and the diverse /5(8).
Families, Delinquency, and Crime Linking Society's Most Basic Institution to Antisocial Behavior Ronald L. Simons, Leslie Gordon Simons, and Lora Ebert Wallace The Roxbury Series in Crime, Justice, and Law. This book explores the link between family life and antisocial behavior. Families and Schools Together: Building Relationships. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. families, schools, and communities in.
Discussion of school prevention programs entails two related but distinct domains of delinquency and crime. A major topic of concern for many youths, parents and schools is the problem of bullying. The level of misbehavior, victimization, fear, and safety responses by Author: Steven P. Lab. Introductory Works. These introductory works span a broad range of resources that inform school-based delinquency prevention. Considered a leading authority on school-based delinquency prevention, Gottfredson offers the most comprehensive compilation of content on the topic. Although not as comprehensive, two book chapters have been published that offer more-current research on schools.
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Delinquency Prevention Through Parent Training: Results and Issues from Work in Progress J. David Hawkins, Richard F. Catalano, Gwen Jones, David Fine Pages Families, Schools, and Delinquency Prevention Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Glenn C. Loury (Editor) ISBN ISBN X.
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Are there ways to intervene early in a child's life that might reduce, at a reasonable cost, the probability of his becoming a serious delinquent. The results of some small-scale social experiments have been published suggesting that certain kinds of preschool education and parent training might have desirable and lasting effects.
In addition, there is growing evidence that some kinds of. schools ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Part I. Families, children, and delinquency --The family as context for delinquency prevention: Demographic trends and political realities / Glenn C.
Lowry --Early precursors of frequent offending / David P. Farrington --Biomedical problems in juvenile. Delinquency prevention and intervention efforts primarily are comprised of identifying the risk factors that contribute to delinquency, addressing those factors early, and building on protective factors to offset schools risks.
Although traditional delinquency prevention policies were targeted at school-age youth, more modern delinquency prevention and. This project was undertaken to develop a comprehensive account of the levels of problem behaviors in schools.
It also looked at what schools do to prevent problem behaviors and how they promote a safe and orderly environment. Chapter 1 provides an introduction to the study and explains some school-based interventions such as social competency programs, behavior management programs, and Cited by: In the face of an unprecedented increase in school crime and violence, this book addresses school crime as a two-dimensional issue consisting of the problem of crime in schools and the role of schools in preventing delinquency and dealing with delinquent students.
This book reviews the theories that attempt to explain the relationships among school crime, crime in the community, the role of Cited by: Delinquency and Social Policy: A Gender-Responsive Policy Approach Chapter Summary Group Exercises Notes CHAPTER 8 Families and Delinquency Introduction Social Context of Delinquency: Impact of Families on Delinquency Family Factors Conclusions Exhibit 8–1 Evidence-Based Practice: Multisystemic Therapy The Panel on Juvenile Crime: Prevention, Treatment, and Control convened a workshop on October 2,to explore issues related to educational performance, school climate, school practices, learning, student motivation and commitment to school, and their relationship to delinquency.
Get this from a library. Families, Schools, and Delinquency Prevention. [James Q Wilson; Glenn C Loury] -- Are there ways to intervene early in a child's life that might reduce, at a reasonable cost, the probability of his becoming a serious delinquent.
The results of some small-scale social experiments. The burden of delinquency prevention is widely distributed between parents, schools, non-profits, and governmental agencies at the federal, state and local levels.
With so many diverse stakeholders, it is difficult to come to solid conclusions about who is responsible for protecting at-risk youth. While much of the research indicates that parents are the first line of defense in identifying.
Program Goals/Target Population. Families And Schools Together (FAST) is a multifamily group intervention program designed to build protective factors for children, to empower parents to be the primary prevention agents for their own children, and to build supportive parent-to-parent groups.
Knowing the importance of their roles in the lives of children places great responsibility on families and schools throughout the country. Since there is such a significant correlation between these two social units and delinquency, both units must be more proactive to prevent aggressive, antisocial behavior from escalating into criminal behavior.
The individuals (n = 62) who delivered Functional Family Therapy – Child Welfare interventions held at least a B.A. and had prior experience in the child welfare were trained therapists who had a M.A.
or MSW (n = 55).The interventionists were recruited from the communities involved in the study, and they represented the ethnic/cultural background of residents. The Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act: A Fact Book Prepared by The Act 4 Juvenile Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention – by the National Juvenile Provide for effective reconnection to schools, families, community-based family support and/or counseling, jobs, and housing, upon release File Size: 1MB.
This I-Guide (short for Implementation Guide) is intended for use with the Model Programs Guide (MPG) produced by the U.S. Justice Department’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) to guide the implementation of an evidence-based juvenile diversion program offered prior to juvenile court adjudication.
Using parent-professional collaborative teams, the Families and Schools Together (FAST) program sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention systematically reaches out to entire families and organizes multifamily groups to increase parent involvement with at-risk youth.
This article examines the nature of delinquent and related problem behavior in schools. It suggests that public perceptions that the quality of many urban schools is low has the effect of exacerbating the concentration of populations of young people at elevated risk of both delinquent behavior and poor educational outcomes in some by: Guide 2: School Policies and Legal Issues Supporting Safe Schools, by Kirk Bailey, is a practical guide to the development and implementation of school policies that support safe schools.
Section 1 provides an overview of guiding principles to keep in mind when developing policies at. Delinquency in Society, Eighth Edition, provides a systematic introduction to the study of juvenile delinquency.
This best-selling text covers the basic theories behind the cause of juvenile crimes, the sociological effects of juvenile delinquency, and the impact of juvenile crime on families, schools, and peer groups.
Delinquency prevention programs and basic coverage of delinquency as it.Title From Children to Citizens: Volume 3: Families, Schools, and Delinquency Prevention (Springer Series in Microbiology) Binding Hardcover. Book Condition Good. Type Hardcover. Publisher Springer ISBN Number / Seller ID and families throughout childhood.
This article discusses research on prevention programs for adolescent problem behavior such as drug use, delinquency, or risky sexual behavior. It describes the Adolescent Transitions Program (ATP), a program for high-risk youth and their parents. Offered and evaluated in both a community and a school setting, itFile Size: 1MB.