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Locked up, locked out : young men in the juvenile justice system

著者: Anne Nurse
出版商: Nashville, TN : Vanderbilt University Press, 2010.
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From the Publisher: Locked Up, Locked Out follows forty juvenile male offenders, from their first-time admissions to the Ohio system through their incarceration and reentry into the community. The author conducted three lengthy interviews with each of these youth over a period of two and a half years. These interviews bring alive their attitudes and day-to-day prison experiences, as well as the intricate connections  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Anne Nurse
ISBN: 9780826517128 0826517129 9780826517111 0826517110
OCLC号码: 462928550
描述: 208 pages ; 24 cm
内容: Introduction to the juvenile justice system --
Incarcerated youth and their worlds --
Institutional order --
Youth culture on the inside --
Contact with the outside --
Coming home --
Policy directions.
责任: Anne M. Nurse.

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Through several lengthy interviews, this work follows forty juvenile male offenders from their first-time admissions to the Ohio system through their incarceration and reentry into the community. The  再读一些...

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