Ch 1 PPT - A Brief Historical Overview of Juvenile Justice...

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A Brief Historical Overview of Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Delinquency Chapter 1
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Overview Post-Civil War and Recovery, and Progressive Era Great Depression and Social Security for Americans Civil and Welfare Rights in the New Reform Era Retreat from the Welfare State and the New Federalism Juvenile Super-Predators and Moral Panic From Scandals to Saving Children Current Status of Forensic Practice with Juveniles
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Introduction Increasing Need Mental Health Treatment Social Services Evidence-Based Interventions Substantial Advances Many shifts throughout the previous centuries In early years Court observed whipping Farmer’s helpers Rat infested prisons
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Post-Civil War and Recovery, and Progressive Era (1865-1925) Social Darwinism and Charity Organization Movement “Houses of refuge” Juvenile Law (prior to 1899) “Infancy” under age 7 “Adult” at age 14 First Juvenile Courts Illinois Juvenile Court Act Parens patriae Continued inadequacy in conditions
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Post-Civil War and Recovery, and Progressive Era (1865-1925) Hull House Jane Addams Institute for Juvenile Research Assessed psychological temperaments Probation Services in 1925
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