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Final Exam Review Sheet. Please note that the final exam will have about 62 questions. It is not cumulative but anything we we discussed about Juvies (still on reserve) since the 2 nd exam is fair game. Note that I plan to put Girl Trouble on reserve today. I hope I don’t forget. 1. The experiences of the female offenders in Girl Trouble vs. Juvies . Why so different? 2. Explanations of the 1990’s movement to “get tough” on youth crime as emphasized in lecture. 3. Consequences of the “due process revolution” with respect to punitiveness in the juvenile court. (Note this was discussed in readings for “due process” lecture but mentioned again. 4. Know the basic elements of major policy reform proposals (including Feld’s, Butts’s, Bazemore’s, Noriega’s, and criminalized juvenile court and revitalized parens patriae court). 5. Obstacles to reforming juvenile justice in accordance with a juvenile justice model. 6. “A major lesson of Garland’s analysis of the decline of rehabilitation and the rise of punitiveness in the last 25 years is” (textbook). 7. Infusing spiritual dimension into corrections (what does that entail?) 8. Functions of school resource officers (education and juv just lecture). 9. Character education (who supports it and what does it entail). (textbook) 10. The origins and rationale of Butts’s suggestion to start a new youth court within the adult court system. 11. Relationship between racial disparities in juvenile justice processing, racial/social threat, and “justice by geography” (as addressed in both lectures) 12. The “two-track” juvenile justice system (for poor blacks & middle class white) and the role of mental health services, 13. The general pattern in the quantitative findings Sampson and Laub (1993) (justice by geography lecture) and its relationship to theories of contextual variation in the severity of court processing (Are the findings consistent with Feld’s article?). If you don’t have all the details in your lecture notes, the general pattern can be discerned by examining which variables tend to have astricts (**) after them in the graphs (lecture slides for geography and media). 14. Feld explanations of differences in the formality of urban courts vs. suburban and
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course CRIMINAL J 202:322 taught by Professor Hirschfield during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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