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Crime and Justice, Volume 24

Youth Violence

Youth violence has become one of the most contentious and perplexing issues in current debates on crime policy, not the least because of the sharp increase in violence among young minority males since the mid-1980s.

Featuring articles by leading American and European scholars from many fields, Youth Violence provides a reliable, up-to-date, authoritative and comprehensive overview of policy issues and research developments concerning crime and violence among the young.

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464 pages | 6 x 9-1/4 | © 1998

Crime and Justice: A Review of Research

Law and Legal Studies: General Legal Studies

Sociology: General Sociology

Table of Contents

Preface

Youth Violence in America
Mark H. Moore and Michael Tonry

The Unprecedented Epidemic in Youth Violence
Philip J. Cook and John H. Laub

The Social Ecology of Youth Violence
Elijah Anderson

Guns, Youth Violence, and Social Identity in Inner Cities
Jeffrey Fagan and Deanna L. Wilkinson

Juvenile and Criminal Justice Systems Responses to Youth Violence
Barry C. Feld

Prevention of Youth Violence
James C. Howell and J. David Hawkins

Curriculum, Culture, and Community: The Challenge of School Violence
David C. Anderson

Gang Violence in the Postindustrial Era
John M. Hagedorn

Predictors, Causes, and Correlates of Male Youth Violence
David P. Farrington

Toward a Jurisprudence of Youth Violence
Franklin E. Zimring

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