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Question 9(5 points)The population of juveniles, according to a U.S. Census Bureau estimate, will increase __________percent between 2000 and 2025.a) 10b) 14c)24
d)30Question 10(5 points)In the early 1990s, which of the following became a major impetus for the development and spread ofdrug-trafficking street gangs across the United States?
Question 11(5 points)The two basic tools of social science are __________, where each helps to guide and direct the other.
Question 12(5 points)The deinstitutionalization of status offenders movement refers to the:
Question 13(5 points)
The three themes in the study of delinquency are delinquency prevention, delinquency across the lifecourse, and delinquency and __________ policya) historicalb) economicc)sociald)legal
Question 14(5 points)At the individual level, one of the most important concepts in the area of delinquency prevention is__________. That is, juveniles are able to persevere in the face of difficulty and become productivecitizens of their communities.
Question 15(5 points)Which of the following themes examines risk factors that contribute to delinquent behavior and askshow such behavior affects subsequent life experiences?
Question 16(5 points)
In 2014 OJJDP released data on 2010 delinquency cases, showing that juvenile courts in the UnitedStates handled an estimated __________ million delinquency cases a significant decline from 15 yearsearlier.
Question 17(5 points)Juvenile Court Statistics annuals are often criticized, much like UCRs, for only measuring crimes that are:a)brought to the attention of the court.b)typically referred back to juvenile authorities.c)committed by minorities.d)considered as status offenses.
Question 18(5 points)Most information about the number of children appearing before the juvenile court each year comesfrom what publication of the U.S. Department of Justice?
Question 19(5 points)The capacity to regain personal power and develop a strong core sense of self in the face of poverty,severe family hardship, and community devastation is known as:

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