Pursuing justice for the child / edited by Margaret K. Rosenheim ; with a foreword by Robert Maynard Hutchins.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1976.
Description
xix, 361 pages ; 23 cm.

Details

Subject(s)
Editor
Writer of introduction
Writer of foreword
Series
Studies in crime and justice [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographies and index.
Contents
  • Foreword / Robert Maynard Hutchins
  • Introduction / Margaret K. Rosenheim
  • Part I. Justice for the child
  • The jurisprudence of juvenile deviance / Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.
  • Isolationism in juvenile court jurisprudence / J. Lawrence Schultz and Fred Cohen
  • Notes on helping juvenile nuisances / Margaret K. Rosenheim
  • Part II. Justice for the delinquent child
  • Policing juveniles : the social context of common practice / Egon Bittner
  • Diversion : unleashing the hound of heaven? / Paul Nejelski
  • Pretrial detention for juveniles / Patricia M. Wald
  • Perspectives on juvenile probation / Charles H. Shireman
  • The new corrections : the case of Massachusetts / Jerome Miller and Lloyd E. Ohlin
  • Intervention with juvenile delinquents / Marguerite Q. Warren
  • Privacy, recordkeeping, and juvenile justice / Charles E. Lister
  • Part III. Justice for the nondelinquent child
  • Developing constitutional rights of, in, and for children / Robert A. Burt
  • State intervention on behalf of "neglected" children : a search for realistic standards / Michael S. Wald
  • Part IV. Justice for the child : other times, other places
  • Juvenile justice and the national crime commissions / Michael H. Tonry
  • Juvenile justice in Great Britain : cautions, hearings, and courts / Michael J. Power
  • The Scandinavian system of juvenile justice : a comparative approach / Tove Stang Dahl.
ISBN
  • 0226727890
  • 9780226727899
LCCN
75043238
OCLC
2188556
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