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Determinants of Decision Making in Juvenile Justice and the Potential for Change

A Case Study

Author: John Ronald George Hill

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Decision Making and Juvenile Justice

An Analysis of Bias in Case Processing

Author: Paul E. Tracy

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

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Category: Social Science

Page: 193

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Examines and refutes the idea of differential handling of minority youth offenders.

Improving Information for Rational Decision Making in Juvenile Justice

A Notebook

Author: Don M. Gottfredson

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Category: Criminal records

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Contexts of Juvenile Justice Decision Making, The

When Race Matters

Author: Michael J. Leiber

Publisher: SUNY Press

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Category: Discrimination in criminal justice administration

Page: 225

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Explores the contexts of judges' decision making in juvenile courts that incarcerate disproportionately more minorities than whites. An in-depth examination of the contextual nature of decision making and the causes of disproportionate minority confinement in four relatively homogenous juvenile courts in Iowa, this book explores the subjective social psychological processes of juvenile court officers and the factors that influence those processes. Iowa, although a state with a predominantly white population, has one of the highest minority incarceration rates for juveniles. Michael J. Leiber focuses on the relationships between adherence to correctional orientations (such as retribution and rehabilitation) and decision-makers' views concerning race, crime, family, and respect for authority with judgments and differential outcomes for youth. Quantitative and qualitative methodologies are used to determine the extent to which correctional ideologies and decision-makers' stereotyping of minorities are fueled by a wide range of contingencies, the impact of case processing and outcomes of whites, African Americans, and Native Americans, and how it varies by jurisdiction. “…a must not only for researchers but also for policy makers and practitioners…” — Criminal Justice Review "This is a highly readable book that covers a topic of major importance in present-day society. As Leiber notes, the role of decision-makers' attitudes is an important, yet largely ignored variable and the qualitative portion of his study are an important contribution to the literature." — Randall G. Shelden, University of Nevada at Las Vegas

Decision Making in the Juvenile Justice System

A Comparative Study of Four States

Author: Rosemary C. Sarri

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Category: Juvenile justice, Administration of

Page: 314

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Prehearing Decision-making in the Administration of Juvenile Justice

Author: David Lewis Smith

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Category: Criminal justice, Administration of

Page: 226

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Race and Juvenile Justice Decision Making

Author: Jeffrey E. Robertson

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Page: 153

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Juvenile Justice

The Decision-making Process

Author: Juanita Noble Rainard

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Category: Juvenile justice, Administration of

Page: 292

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Juvenile Justice

The Impact of Race on Juvenile Justice Decision Making

Author: Megan J. Velde

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Category: Discrimination in juvenile justice administration

Page: 168

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Contingencies in the Careers of Juvenile Delinquents

Decision Making in Juvenile Correctional Institutions

Author: David Beryl Chein

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Category: Juvenile corrections

Page: 472

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Decision Making in Child Welfare Services

Intake and Planning

Author: T.J. Stein

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

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Category: Social Science

Page: 171

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All countries confront the problem of providing for dependent, neglected, and 1 abused children. While the exact form of institutional response will differ in relation to a country's political and economic structure, its culture and its tradition, the same general kinds of child welfare services have been developed 2 everywhere. Literature from the United States, Canada, and several Western European countries reflects a shared concern about children who reside in unplanned, substitute care arrangements and a growing recognition of the importance of 3 making permanent plans for these children. The American response to this problem took shape in the early 1970s when government at the local, state, and 4 federal levels undertook to fund permanency planning projects. Permanency planning projects were charged with developing and testing procedures that would increase the likelihood that children would move out of substitute care arrangements into permanent family homes either through restoration to their biological families, termination of parental rights and subsequent adoption, court appointment of a legal guardian, or planned emancipation for older children. Long-term foster care, if it was a planned outcome supported by the use of written agreements between foster parents and child care agencies, was recognized as an appropriate option for some children. 2 DECISION MAKING IN CHILD WELFARE Permanency planning projects have had a direct effect on the substantive aspects of social work practice in child welfare.

The Indiana Juvenile Justice System As A Decision-Making Organization: A Case Study

Author: Dawn M. Shoaf

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Factors Influencing the Decision Making Process in the Juvenile Justice System

An Analysis of the Points of Police Department and Probation Department/court Dispositioning

Author: Cheryl A. Chambers

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Category: Juvenile delinquency

Page: 76

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Prehearing Decision-making in the Administraion of Juvenile Justice

Author: David Lewis Smith

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The Oxford Handbook of Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice

Author: Barry C. Feld

Publisher: OUP USA

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Category: Law

Page: 934

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State-of-the-art critical reviews of recent scholarship on the causes of juvenile delinquency, juvenile justice system responses, and public policies to prevent and reduce youth crime are brought together in a single volume authored by leading scholars and researchers in neuropsychology, developmental and social psychology, sociology, history, criminology/criminal justice, and law.

An Analysis of Juvenile Justice Decision-making and Its Effect on Disproportionate Minority Contact

Author: Christopher Michael Hill

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Category: Discrimination in juvenile justice administration

Page: 160

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An Assessment of the Impact of the Process and Diversion on Decision-making in Juvenile Justice

Author: John R. Fuller

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The Black Child-Savers

Racial Democracy and Juvenile Justice

Author: Geoff K. Ward

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

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Category: Social Science

Page: 90

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During the Progressive Era, a rehabilitative agenda took hold of American juvenile justice, materializing as a citizen-and-state-building project and mirroring the unequal racial politics of American democracy itself. Alongside this liberal "manufactory of citizens,” a parallel structure was enacted: a Jim Crow juvenile justice system that endured across the nation for most of the twentieth century. In The Black Child Savers, the first study of the rise and fall of Jim Crow juvenile justice, Geoff Ward examines the origins and organization of this separate and unequal juvenile justice system. Ward explores how generations of “black child-savers” mobilized to challenge the threat to black youth and community interests and how this struggle grew aligned with a wider civil rights movement, eventually forcing the formal integration of American juvenile justice. Ward’s book reveals nearly a century of struggle to build a more democratic model of juvenile justice—an effort that succeeded in part, but ultimately failed to deliver black youth and community to liberal rehabilitative ideals. At once an inspiring story about the shifting boundaries of race, citizenship, and democracy in America and a crucial look at the nature of racial inequality, The Black Child Savers is a stirring account of the stakes and meaning of social justice.

Decision-making in the Juvenile Justice System

The Typification of Juveniles on Parole

Author: Shannon Paul Scheel

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Category: Juvenile justice, Administration of

Page: 76

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Juvenile Justice

A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective

Author: Preston Elrod

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

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Category: Law

Page: 482

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Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement