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Chapter 7 / Exercise 04
Adult Development and Aging
Blanchard-Fields/Cavanaugh
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Behavioral Objective The student will be able to: Answer review questions on weekly and course readings Research in library or in field topics related to society's response to delinquency through informal and formal mechanisms of control Describe the complexity of the juvenile corrections system Discuss knowledge about the causes and correlates of delinquency to a critical assessment of juvenile justice policy Explain the role of external factors such as family, friends and schools in child development and delinquency Analyze and critically evaluate the major theories that have been developed as explanations for the onset of, continuation in and desistance from delinquency. Competencies At the end of the semester, the student will be able to demonstrate competencies in the following areas: Identify the components of the juvenile correctional system. Assess the effectiveness of current juvenile correctional praxis. Distinguish between the purposes of punishment; rehabilitation, deterrence, incapacitation and retribution in juvenile corrections. Examine the purposes and roles of juvenile corrections, intermediary sanctions, incarceration, probation, and parole. Integrate Biblical truths regarding punishment with modern application of juvenile corrections and punishment theory. Course Content The subject will be discussed each week under the following groups: The history of the juvenile justice system. Children in Trouble (2000 B.C. to the 21st Century). The Twentieth Century and Juvenile Justice. Juvenile Crime: Measurement and Analysis. Juveniles and the Police: Where the System Starts. The Juvenile Court. Juvenile's Legal Rights. Juvenile Probation—Cheaper or Better? Juvenile Institutions: The Success of Failure. 2
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Group Homes, Foster Care, and Adoption. Juvenile Justice Assessment and Classification. JUVENILE CORRECTION IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. Dealing with Delinquency Theories, Issues, and Practice. Learning Activities Readings and Assignments Detail COURSE OUTLINE INTRODUCTION TO CLASS Due Date: January 17, 2017 Points Possible: 50 3-4 paragraphs Reading Assignment #1 Chapter 1 and 2 Assignment Type : Moodle Due Date: January 23, 2017 Points Possible: 50 Project Duration: 6-8hrs. Deliverable Length: 4 pages

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