Becoming delinquent : young offenders and the correctional process


Becoming delinquent : young offenders and the correctional process

edited by Peter G. Garabedian and Don C. Gibbons

Aldine Pub., [1970]

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Includes bibliographical references


  • The function of social definitions in the development of delinquent careers, by C. Werthman
  • Extent of unrecorded juvenile delinquency: tentative conclusions, by J. F. Short, Jr. and F. I. Nye
  • The incidence of hidden delinquency, by F. J. Murphy, M. M. Shirley, H. L. Witner
  • Discrimination in the handling of juvenile offenders by social control agencies, by R. M. Terry
  • Police encounters with juveniles, by I. Piliavin and S. Briar
  • The police and the delinquent in two cities, by J. Q. Wilson
  • The juvenile court
  • quest and realities, by E. M. Lemert
  • Juvenile court judges in the United States: working styles and characteristics, by R. H. Walther and S. D. McCune
  • The prehearing juvenile report: probation officers' conceptions, by S. Z. Gross
  • Criteria for the probation officer's recommendation to the juvenile court, by Y. Cohn
  • A study of probation effectiveness, by F. Scarpitti and R. M. Stephenson
  • The Fricot Ranch study, by C. F. Jesness
  • The boy's perception of himself in a State training school for delinquents, by T. G. Eynon and J. E. Simpson
  • Juvenile court actions and public response, by H. Parker
  • Attitutes of probation officers toward due process for juvenile offenders, by J. D. McMillin and P. G. Garabedian
  • Policy questions in delinquency control: perspectives of police and probation officers, by P. G. Garabedian