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Juvenile Justice and Expressive Arts : Creative Disruptions through Art Programs for and with Teens in a Correctional Institution.

Author: Carol Cross
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
Series: Routledge Innovations in Corrections
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Juvenile Justice and Expressive Arts: Creative Disruptions through Art Programs for and with Teens in a Correctional Institution explores art programming as a sustainable educational initiative to support incarcerated teens' successful reintegration to society. Responding to a lack of scholarly research on juvenile offenders and the role of art as education in correctional facilities, Carol Cross presents a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Cross
ISBN: 9781351190954 1351190954
OCLC Number: 1019662118
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF.
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Illustrations; Preface; 1 Introduction to the Study; Background; Community Art Education and the LOVE Project; Westhaven-Elmhurst Community Association; Art Education for Youth in Custody; Victoria Youth Custody Centre (VYCC); The VYCC Arts and Crafts Program; The Leading Research Question; Purpose of the Research and Why All This Matters; Conclusion; 2 Youth in Custody; Provincial Legislation about Young Offenders; Behind the Fence and Locked Doors; The Youth Criminal Justice Act and Rehabilitation. Teens and Criminal BehaviorReframing Youth Unemployment and Crime; In Care"" in the Justice System; Youth ""in Care"" Speak Out; The Link between Childhood Experience and Delinquency; Pharmacological Treatment and Cognitive Conflict; Adolescent Health and Empowerment Theory; The Culture of Custody and Its Negative Effects: ""Doing Time"" or Doing Justice?; Teen Violence, the Media, and Politicians; Youth Development and Teens in Custody; Community Support Programs on the ""Outs; Beyond the Walls; 3 Art as Education and Therapy: Its Benefits for All Youth; Introduction. Peer Education and CollaborationSocial Intelligence and Self-Identity; Social Engagement; Adolescent Development and ""Well-Being; Art as Therapy; Cooperative and Constructivist Art Education; Social Activism; Summary; 4 Methodology and Method; Introduction; Methodology; The Method; Youth Participation; Visual Art as Research; Visual Culture as Knowledge; Two Distinct Forms of Art Education; Primary Data Collection; Selection of Youth Co-Researchers; Secondary Data Collection; Selection Process of Artistic Works and Reflective Writing; 5 The Projects; Introduction. Connecting Creative Writing, Visual Art, and Critical ThinkingInside-Out Magazine; Mentorship: LINC, EDGE, and Patrick Rafferty; A Reflective Letter from a Role Model; In Retrospection â#x80;Œ the Writing; Publishing Within a Correctional Facility; The ""Skull Project"": Conflicting Values; The Creative Process and Imagery Selection; The Sunday Art + Design Group; The Mural Project; The Research Project: The Outside Guide; A Reflective Letter from Tye; Conclusion; 6 Analysis and Discussion; Introduction; Analysis of Data; Discussion of Outcomes; Promotion of Positive Adolescent Health. The Outside Guide and Participatory Action ResearchResearch Skills; Transformative Knowledge Construction; Implications for the Field of Art Education; Conclusion; A Path of Altruistic Action, from the Inside-Out; Postscript; Acknowledgments; New Directions: Transforming Youth from Within; Appendix A: Youth Custody Average Countsâ#x80;#x94;Year to Date January 2008; Appendix B: The Interview Questions; Introduction; The Arts and Crafts Program Instructor; The Arts and Crafts Program; The Curriculum (VYCC Arts and Crafts Program); The Youth-Driven Program; The Teen Participants; Closing.
Series Title: Routledge Innovations in Corrections

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"Juvenile Justice and Expressive Arts: Creative Disruptions through Art Programs for and with Teens in a Correctional Institution explores art programming as a sustainable educational initiative to support incarcerated teens' successful reintegration to society. Responding to a lack of scholarly research on juvenile offenders and the role of art as education in correctional facilities, Carol Cross presents a qualitative study that examines critical pedagogy, adolescent development, and research into the governance and policies surrounding youth at a Canadian correctional facility. Through observational and interview data, action research, and visual analysis, the reader gains an insider's perspective into the lives of teens affected by crime and violence and the potential of art education to aid in increasing their self-esteem, social and emotional wellbeing, and personal development. Visual art and written stories created by male and female juvenile offenders are woven throughout the chapters to illustrate the use of creative expression as education and therapy. Suitable for scholars and researchers in juvenile justice and corrections as well as policymakers and practitioners in the field, this book will provoke dialogue on best practices for the rehabilitation and reintegration of institutionalized children and youth."--Provided by publisher.

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