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Publication statement: 
London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019
xix, 263 Seiten : Illustrationen
Type of content: 
978-1-138-72137-1 pbk
978-1-138-72131-9 hbk
Weitere Ausgaben: 9781315194493 (Fernzugriff) ek
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Library of Congress Classification: HV9144.A5
Dewey Decimal Classification: 364.36094
"At a time when Europe is witnessing major cultural, social, economic and political challenges and transformations, this book brings together leading researchers and experts to consider a range of pressing questions relating to the historical origins, contemporary manifestations and future prospects for juvenile justice. Questions considered include: - How has the history of juvenile justice evolved across Europe and how might the past help us to understand the present and signal the future? - What do we know about contemporary juvenile crime trends in Europe and how are nation states responding? - Is punitivity and intolerance eclipsing child welfare and pedagogical imperatives, or is 'child friendly justice' holding firm? - How might we best understand both the convergent and the divergent patterning of juvenile justice in a changing and reformulating Europe? - How is juvenile justice experienced by identifiable constituencies of children and young people both in communities and in institutions? - What impacts are sweeping austerity measures, together with increasing mobilities and migrations, imposing? - How can comparative juvenile justice be conceptualised and interpreted? - What might the future hold for juvenile justice in Europe at a time of profound uncertainty and flux? This book is essential reading for students, tutors and researchers in the fields of criminology, history, law, social policy and sociology, particularly those engaged with childhood and youth studies, human rights, comparative juvenile/youth justice, youth crime and delinquency and criminal justice policy in Europe"--
Under pressure: the foundations of children's courts in europe / Els Dumortier -- Becoming delinquent? : rethinking the long history of juvenile justice / Heather Shore -- History, life course criminology and digital methods : new directions for conceptualizing juvenile justice in Europe / Zoe Alker and Emma Watkins -- Child-friendly justice : past, present and future / Ton Liefaard and Ursula Kilkelly -- Transformations in youth crime and justice across Europe : evidencing the case for diversion / Lesley McAra and Susan McVie -- Youth justice and youth sanctions in four Nordic states : Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden / Tapio Lappi-Seppälä -- Juvenile, injustice and neoliberal austerity in the European Union / Emma Bell -- "Race", ethnicity, social class and juvenile justice in Europe / Colin Webster -- Illegal young bodies and the failings of liberal democracy : some reflections on the European Union's "refugee crisis" and its implications for juvenile justice / Maria Pisani -- Understanding and learning from other systems of juvenile justice in Europe : describing, explaining and interpreting / David Nelken -- Reading the present and mapping the future(s) of juvenile justice in Europe : complexities and challenges / Barry Goldson
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