John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation series on mental health and development. Research network on adolescent development and juvenile justice.
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The role of race and ethnicity in juvenile justice processing / Donna M. Bishop Racial and ethnic differences in juvenile offending / Janet L. Lauritsen Degrees of discretion : the first juvenile court and the problem of difference in the early twentieth century / David S. Tanenhaus Race and the jurisprudence of juvenile justice : a tale in two parts, 1950-2000 / Barry C. Feld Is suburban sprawl a juvenile justice issue / Paul A. Jargowsky, Scott A. Desmond, and Robert D. Crutchfield Race and crime : the contribution of individual, familial, and neighborhood-level risk factors to life-course-persistent offending / Alex R. Piquero, Terri E. Moffitt, and Brian Lawton Explaining assessments of future risk : race and attributions of juvenile offenders in presentencing reports / Sara Steen ...[et al.] Justice by geography : racial disparity and juvenile courts / Timothy M. Bray, Lisa L. Sample, and Kimberly Kempf-Leonard Race, ethnicity, and juvenile justice : is there bias in postarrest decision making / Paul E. Tracy Disproportionate minority confinement/contact (DMC) : the federal initiative / Carl E. Pope and Michael J. Leiber Mental health issues among minority offenders in the juvenile justice system / Elizabeth Cauffman and Thomas Grisso Minimizing harm from minority disproportion in American juvenile justice / Franklin E. Zimring.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.