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Delinquency in Society

Delinquency in SocietyTitoloDelinquency in Society
AutoreRegoli, Robert M. ; Hewitt, John D. ; Delisi, Matt
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CategoriaLaw: Criminal Law - Juvenile Offenders
Social Science: Criminology
RilegaturaPaperback
Dati528 p.; ill.
Anno2012
EditoreJones & Bartlett Publishers
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Resource Previewxiii
Resourcesxv
Acknowledgmentsxvii
Reviewers Listxix
About the Authorsxxi
Prefacexxiii
SECTION 1 Nature and Extent of Delinquency
1
Chapter 1 Defining Delinquency
3
Key Terms
3
Objectives
3
Status of Children
6
Early Prohibitions of Juvenile Behavior
9
The Code of Hammurabi
9
The Greek Empire
9
The Middle Ages
9
The 16th and 17th Centuries
11
The 18th and 19th Centuries
11
American Delinquency
12
American Colonies
12
Postcolonial Patterns of Delinquency
13
The Child Savers
13
Definitions of Juvenile Delinquency
17
Legal Definitions
17
Social Definitions
19
What Is Delinquency? Who Is a Delinquent?
25
Wrap Up
26
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
26
Chapter Spotlight
26
Critical Thinking
27
Notes
27
Chapter 2 Measuring Delinquency
31
Key Terms
31
Objectives
31
Uniform Crime Reports
32
Historical Background
33
Recent Developments
34
Criticisms of UCR Data
37
Victimization Surveys
39
National Opinion Research Center Survey
39
National Crime Victimization Survey
39
Developmental Victimization Survey
41
Do Official Crime Data and Victimization Data Match?
42
Self-Report Studies
43
Historical Background
43
Strengths and Weaknesses of Self-Report Studies
45
Delinquency Correlates
46
Sex/Gender
46
Race
49
Social Class
53
Age
55
Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders
56
Major Delinquent Career Research
57
Wrap Up
62
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
62
Chapter Spotlight
63
Critical Thinking
63
Notes
63
SECTION 2 Delinquency Theories
69
Chapter 3 Choice and Biological Theories
73
Key Terms
73
Objectives
73
What Theories Are
74
Choice Theory
75
Cesare Beccaria
75
Jeremy Bentham
77
The Neoclassical School
78
Choice Theory and Delinquency Prevention
82
Biological Theories
83
Atavism
84
Body Type
84
Autonomic Hypoactlvity and ADHD
86
Frontal Lobes and Executive Functioning
89
How Does Biology Work? The Nature-Nurture Interplay
90
How Does Environment Work? The Nurture-Nature Interplay
97
Biological Theory and Delinquency Prevention
102
Wrap Up
103
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
103
Chapter Spotlight
103
Critical Thinking
104
Notes
104
Chapter 4 Psychological Theories
111
Key Terms
111
Objectives
111
Psychological Theories
112
Psychodynamic Theory
112
Behavioral Theory
115
Moral Development Theory
118
Personality Theory
121
Aggression
124
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
126
Conduct Disorder
127
Psychopathy
129
Characteristics and Behaviors of Psychopathic Youth
132
What Causes Psychopathy?
133
Treatment of Psychopathic Youth
134
Psychological Theory and Delinquency Prevention
135
Wrap Up
138
Thinking About juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
138
Chapter Spotlight
139
Critical Thinking
139
Notes
139
Chapter 5 Sociological Theories: Cultural Deviance, Strain, and Social Control
145
Key Terms
145
Objectives
145
Cultural Deviance Theory
146
Clifford Shaw and Henry McKay
147
Edwin Sutherland
152
Walter Miller
155
Strain Theory
158
Robert Merton
159
Albert Cohen
160
Richard Cloward and Lloyd Ohlin
162
Robert Agnew
163
Steven Messnerand Richard Rosenfeld
166
Social Control Theory
167
Walter Reckless
168
David Matza
168
Travis Hirschi
170
Michael Gottfredson and Travis Hirschi
173
Juvenile Justice Policy Implications
176
Cultural Deviance Theory
176
Strain Theory
177
Social Control Theory
177
Wrap Up
178
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
178
Chapter Spotlight
179
Critical Thinking
179
Notes
179
Chapter 6 Sociological Theories: Labeling and Conflict
185
Key Terms
185
Objectives
185
Labeling Theory
186
Frank Tannenbaum
186
Edwin Lemert
188
Howard Becker
190
Edwin Schur
190
John Braithwaite
191
Evaluation of Labeling Theory
193
Juvenile Justice Policy Applications
196
Conflict Theory
197
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
197
Willem Bonger
199
Thorsten Sellin
200
George Vold
201
Richard Quinney
201
John Hagan
201
Mark Colvin and John Pauly
203
Mark Colvin
204
Francis Cullen
206
Robert Regoli and John Hewitt
207
Evaluation of Conflict Theory
212
Juvenile Justice Policy Applications
215
Wrap Up
216
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
216
Chapter Spotlight
216
Critical Thinking
216
Notes
217
Chapter 7 Developmental Theories
223
Key Terms
223
Objectives
223
What Is Developmental Theory?
225
Developmental Theory and the Age-Crime Curve
230
Developmental Theories of Delinquency
233
Gerald Patterson
233
Terrie Moffitt
234
Robert Sampson and John Laub
237
Terence Thornberry
239
Joseph Weis, Richard Catalano, and J. David Hawkins
241
Ronald Simons
242
David Farrington
243
Sarnoff Mednick and Patricia Brennan
245
Evaluation of Developmental Theory
26
Juvenile Justice Policy Applications
249
Wrap Up
252
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
252
Chapter Spotlight
253
Critical Thinking
254
Notes
254
Chapter 8 Female Delinquency Theories
261
Key Terms
261
Objectives
261
Growing Up Female
262
The Development of Girls' Gender Roles
264
Girls' Identities
266
Gendered Pathways into Delinquency
267
Girls and Violence
269
Theories of Female Delinquency
270
Biological and Psychological Theories
270
Sociological Theories
274
Marxist-Feminist Theories
279
Differential Oppression Theory
284
Juvenile Justice Policy Applications
286
Wrap Up
288
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
288
Chapter Spotlight
288
Critical Thinking
289
Notes
289
SECTION 3 The Social Context of Delinquency
295
Chapter 9 The Family and Delinquency
299
Key Terms
299
Objectives
299
Traditional Functions of the Family
301
The Socialization of Children
301
Inculcation of Moral Values
302
Provision of Material, Physical, and Emotional Security
305
The Changing Family
305
Single-Parent Families
306
Single Parents, Divorce, and Delinquency
309
The Impact of Divorce on Children
310
Working Mothers and Latchkey Children
312
Parenting in Families
313
Parental Supervision
314
Parenting Styles
315
Parental Attachment
316
Parental Deviance
317
The Maltreatment of Children
317
Nature and Extent of Maltreatment
318
Maltreatment, Corporal Punishment, and Delinquency
320
Wrap Up
322
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
322
Chapter Spotlight
323
Critical Thinking
324
Notes
324
Chapter 10 Schools and Delinquency
329
Key Terms
329
Objectives
329
School-Associated Violent Deaths
332
Nonfatal Student Victimizations
334
Nonfatal Teacher Victimizations
334
School Environment
335
Bullying
335
Students' Perceptions of Personal Safety
338
Avoiding School Activities and Places at School
339
Disciplinary Actions Taken by Schools
340
Safety and Security Measures Implemented by Schools
340
Schools, Children, and the Law
340
Due Process Rights
341
Corporal Punishment
342
Searches and Seizures
345
Free Speech
347
Explanations of School Violence
350
Loss of Teacher Authority
350
Tracking
352
Social Reproduction and Resistance
354
Preventing School Crime and Violence
355
Zero Tolerance
355
Reducing School-Related Risk Factors
356
The "Stay-In" Problem and School Dropouts
358
Wrap Up
360
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
360
Chapter Spotlight
360
Critical Thinking
361
Notes
361
Chapter 11 Violence, Drug Use, and Delinquency
367
Key Terms
367
Objectives
367
The Nature and Extent of Youth Violence
368
Patterns of Youth Violence
369
Why the Decline in Youth Violence?
370
Characteristics of Violent Juvenile Offenders and Victims
373
The Role of Firearms in Youth Violence
375
Adolescent Drug Use
377
Trends in Drug Use
379
Causes of Adolescent Drug Use
380
Double Failure by the Individual
380
Learning to Use Drugs
383
Subcultural Socialization into Drug Use
384
Weakening of Social Controls
384
Family Conflict and Poor Parenting
385
Drug Use and Delinquency
386
Drugs and Delinquency
386
Drugs, Delinquent Friends, and Delinquency
388
Responding to Youth Violence and Drug Use
389
Controlling Availability of Guns
390
Blended Treatment and "Get-Tough" Approaches
390
Control Response
392
Education, Prevention, and Treatment
394
Decriminalization
397
Wrap Up
398
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
398
Chapter Spotlight
399
Critical Thinking
399
Notes
399
Chapter 12 Peer Group and Gang Delinquency
407
Key Terms
407
Objectives
407
Group Delinquency
408
How Do Delinquent Groups Form?
410
Gangs and Gang Delinquency
411
Problems in Defining Gangs
412
Are Gang Members More Delinquent Than Nongang Youth?
413
Joining and Getting Out of Gangs
415
Characteristics of Gangs
417
The Contemporary Gang Problem
419
The Spread of Gangs
420
Racial and Ethnic Variations in Gangs
421
Gang Violence
425
Drugs and Drug Dealing by Gangs
427
Female Gang Delinquency
429
Gangs and Juvenile Justice
431
Suppression
431
Injunction/Abatement
434
Intervention and Prevention
434
Wrap Up
436
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
436
Chapter Spotlight
436
Critical Thinking
436
Notes
436
SECTION 4 Special Topics
443
Chapter 13 The Juvenile Justice System
445
Key Terms
445
Objectives
445
The Juvenile Justice Process
447
Law Enforcement
447
Courts
455
Corrections
461
Juvenile Offenders in the Adult Criminal Justice System
465
Transfer to Criminal Courts
465
Prosecution in Criminal Courts
466
Sentencing the Convicted Juvenile
466
Juvenile Offenders in Prison
466
Life Imprisonment for Juveniles
467
Abolition of the Death Penalty for Juveniles
467
Wrap Up
468
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
468
Chapter Spotlight
469
Critical Thinking
469
Notes
470
Chapter 14 Delinquency Prevention
473
Key Terms
473
Objectives
473
The Control and Management of Delinquency
474
Prevention of Delinquency
476
Primary Prevention
476
Secondary Prevention
476
Tertiary Prevention
477
Early Childhood Development
477
Risk Factors in Very Early Childhood
478
Childhood and Adolescence Risk Factors
480
Model and Promising Prevention Programs
482
Prenatal and Very Early Childhood Prevention Programs
482
Early Childhood and Preschool Programs
485
School and Family Programs
486
Neighborhood and Community Programs
491
Do Delinquency Prevention Programs Work?
493
Wrap Up
495
Thinking About Juvenile Delinquency: Conclusions
495
Chapter Spotlight
496
Critical Thinking
496
Notes
497
Glossary501
Index511
Case Index511
Name Index513
Subject Index519

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