This textbook links theory to policy and practice and takes a comparative, international focus on current issues, making it vital reading for any student of Youth Justice.
The authors draw on examples from Belgium, Scandinavia, Australia, New Zealand and US – as well as the UK, and include both well founded research and their own personal practical experiences.
Comprehensive learning features include:
case studies with questions for reflection,
a glossary of key terms
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