03_histjj_o - History of Societal Responses to Juvenile...

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History of Societal Responses to Juvenile  Misbehavior Bernard Ch 5 – The Origins of Juvenile Justice, the 1     st      Juvenile Institution   America in the 1820’s Societal Leaders  Agricultural Society But East Coast Cities were Growing Myth of the Good Old Days starts  But it was True then Typical Response to Problems City Fathers Deal with it NYC and Quakers  “Prevention of Pauperism” Idea of JD was “Paupers” 1    st     Report on Paupers (1818)     Prison Conditions Prison Industries 2    nd     Report on Paupers (1819)     No Facilities for Juveniles
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3    rd     Report      Causes of JD are poor parenting No Good Responses to JD 4    th     Report (1822)     Separate Facilities for Reform Example: New York House of Refuge Original Juvenile Inmates Work and School   3 Possible Causes of Crime/Pauperism 1) Weak, Criminal parents 2) Temptations of the Streets 3) Weaknesses of the Child’s Moral Nature
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2008 for the course CRM J 365 taught by Professor Bouffard during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .

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