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Test Bank for Juvenile Delinquency Pathways and Prevention 1st Edition Mallett

Downlaodable Instructor Test Bank for Juvenile Delinquency Pathways and Prevention By Christopher A. Mallett, Miyuki Fukushima Tedor, ISBN: 9781506361024

Table Of Content

Preface
About the Authors
PART I: JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM
Chapter 1. The Functioning of the Juvenile Justice System

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Juvenile Courts

Juvenile Court Purpose

Juvenile Court Jurisdiction

The Process of the Juvenile Justice System

The Child Welfare System

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 2. The History of Juvenile Justice and Today’s Juvenile Courts

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Juvenile Justice: Cycles of Rehabilitation and Punishment

Today’s Juvenile Court Reform

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 3. The Measurement of Juvenile Crime

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Official Data

National Crime Victimization Survey

Juvenile Delinquency

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

PART II: THEORIES OF DELINQUENCY
Chapter 4. Classical, Biological, and Psychological Theories of Crime

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Preclassical and Classical Theories of Crime

Early Biological Theories of Crime

Early Social Structural Theories

Modern Biological Perspectives

Modern Psychological Theories

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 5. Modern Sociological Theories of Crime

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Strain/Anomie Theories

Social Disorganization Perspective

Learning Theories

Subcultural Theories

Control Theories/Neoclassical Criminology

Modern Classical Perspective

Social Reaction, Critical, and Feminist Theories

Life-Course Perspective

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

PART III: PROBLEMS THAT LEAD TO DELINQUENCY
Chapter 6. Delinquency Risks and Disproportionate Impact

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Factors That Influence Delinquency

Ecological/Psychosocial Model

School Discipline Risk Factors

Delinquency Risk Factors

Protective Factors

Resiliency

Disproportionate Impact

Maltreatment and Trauma Victims

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Students

Why the Disproportionate Impact?

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 7. Punitive Juvenile Justice Policies

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Adolescents Are Different Than Young Adults

From the Classroom to the Courts

The Police and Adolescents

Delinquency Adjudication

Detained and Incarcerated Youthful Offenders

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 8. School Violence, Zero Tolerance, and School Exclusion

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Compulsory Education and Student Discipline

School Discipline in the Zero Tolerance Era

School Discipline

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 9. Trauma and Delinquency

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Prevalence of Childhood and Adolescent Trauma

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Resiliency to Trauma Experiences

Maltreatment and Academic Performance

Maltreatment and Delinquency

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 10. Mental Health Disorders, Special Education Disabilities, and Delinquency

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Problems

Mental Health and Trauma

Juvenile Incarceration: Today’s Psychiatric Asylums

Disabilities Rights

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

PART IV: SOLUTIONS TO DELINQUENCY
Chapter 11. Evidence-Based Delinquency Risk Prevention

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Maltreatment Victimization

Prevention

Mental Health Problems

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 12. School Safety and Inclusion Policies

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Students, Classrooms, and Schools

Moving Away From Zero Tolerance Policies

Rehabilitative and Supportive Interventions

Truancy Prevention

School Dropout

School Districts

State Policies

National Policies

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 13. Rehabilitation of Low-Level Youthful Offenders

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Effective Framework

Delinquency Prevention

Diversion

Assessment

Community-Based Corrections

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Chapter 14. Rehabilitation of Serious and Chronic Youthful Offenders

Learning Objectives

Introduction

Juvenile Justice: A Developmental Framework

Detention Reform

Incarceration

Reentry and Return Home

Gang Membership and Prevention

Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities

CHAPTER SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Glossary
References
Index