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Routledge frontiers of criminal justice
"This book examines the specific forms of violence that children experience through their contact with the criminal justice system. Comprising contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in children's rights and youth justice, this book profiles evidence-based prevention strategies and case studies from around the world"-- Provided by publisher.
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Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Figures; List of Contributors; Foreword; Introduction; Part I: Problematising the (in)visibility of children in conflict with the law; Part II: Strategies to ensure the implementation of protective statutory and procedural safeguards; Part III: Realising children's rights through prevention; References; Part I: Problematising the (in)visibility of children in conflict with the law Chapter 1: Youth justice 'crises' and the role for children's rights in ending cycles of violence against children in conflict with the lawIntroduction; Creeping 'crises' in youth justice; The crisis in the NT; The 'crisis' in Victoria; Youth justice inquiry and reform; Youth justice 'crises' and the public interest; The (in)visibility of children in conflict with the law; Children's participation and safe, effective complaint mechanisms; Expressive violence against children in conflict with the law; Privacy safeguards for children in conflict with the law; Responsible or vulnerable? What would it take to break the cycle of crisis and crisis-response?Complexities of enacting youth justice reform across multiple jurisdictions; The risk of regressive law reform; Conclusion; Notes; References; National legislation; Chapter 2: Media regulation: Strategies to mitigate violence against children who are publicly 'named and shamed'; Introduction; 'Crisis' in childhood: social constructions, populism and punitive responses; Rhetorical violence against children; Typical populist responses to 'atypical' cases: the legacy of historical cases The enduring character of punitive media rhetoric in the UKPortrayals of children's involvement in violence: Northern Ireland; Prioritising the voices and experiences of children and their advocates; Experiences of, and deficiencies within, the media regulatory framework; Conclusion; References; Case law; National legislation; Chapter 3: Protective measures for children accused or convicted of serious crimes; Introduction; The most culpable, the most vulnerable?; Risks and needs of children accused or convicted of serious crime What is the prevailing legal response to serious crime by children across common law jurisdictions?A principled approach to children accused or convicted of serious crime; The international human rights framework for children; Public safety, best interests, and well-being; Principles to practice?; Protective measures in trial of children for serious crime some case studies; Communication assistance; Specialised courts; Lay advocates and cultural reports; The purpose of sentencing children risk, reintegration and public opinion; Conclusion; References; Case law; National legislation
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