Study Guide and Practice Questions CJ 350 (Winter 2011)

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Study Guide and Practice Questions CJ 350 Instructor: Dr. Kierkus Date: February 12, 2011 The following are key concepts that we covered in the course so far. You should be able to answer questions and / or write a short essay on each topic, if you can’t, you should review that subject area again. This study guide is not exhaustive, that is, it does not cover every possible question I could ask on the exam. You are responsible for anything that I covered during the lectures, what the guest speakers discussed, as well as the relevant chapters of your textbook (1-3, 13). However, it does identify the key areas of concentration on which most of the questions will be based. 1. Definitions of juvenile justice, juvenile delinquency and juvenile delinquents. 2. Differences between legal and social definitions of delinquency. 3. Issues surrounding age criteria in juvenile justice. 4. Disparity, discrimination and discretion in juvenile justice. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course CJ 350 taught by Professor Kierkus during the Winter '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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