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John A. Winterdyk and Russell Smandych

Youth at Risk and Youth Justice
ISBN 13: 9780195441307

About the Book

Written by highly regarded Canadian experts on youth crime and justice, this contributed text offers an engaging and relevant introduction to juvenile delinquency in Canada. Offering students a solid foundation to the fundamentals of the field, the book also explores a wealth of timely topics - such as restorative justice, the sexual exploitation of adolescent men, and Quebec's approach to youth justice - which are essential to understanding the current state of youth crime and justice in Canada. Examining the patterns, theories, and emerging trends surrounding the topic, Youth at Risk and Youth Justice is required reading for understanding the cycle of victimization and criminal behaviour affecting many young people.

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