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No matter how loud I shout : a year in the life of Juvenile Court

Autor: Edward Humes
Editorial: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©1996.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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"With the urgency of a suspense novel and the power of investigative reporting, Humes take readers onto the street with flak-jacketed probation officers fighting to keep kids alive, into the courthouses where hope and hopelessness collide daily in epic struggles that reveal the best and worst in ourselves and our children, and past the triple-steel doors of Los Angeles' mammoth Central Juvenile Hall, the system's  Leer más
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Humes, Edward.
No matter how loud I shout.
New York : Simon & Schuster, c1996
(OCoLC)654155548
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Edward Humes
ISBN: 0684811944 9780684811949
Número OCLC: 34029884
Descripción: 399 p, ; 25 cm.
Contenido: We're drowning. Prologue: Two boys, thirty years, and other numbers. January 1994 --
Home girl --
Nine days to manhood --
Judge Dorn --
Punks --
Raised by the state --
War --
Juggling act --
Softening up. The big fix --
Sister Janet --
HOP --
Judge Dorn's solution --
A child's disposition. Thirty-one flavors --
The Dorn wars --
Lost causes --
The ins --
The outs --
Epilogue. A year later, another day in court.
Responsabilidad: Edward Humes.

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"With the urgency of a suspense novel and the power of investigative reporting, Humes take readers onto the street with flak-jacketed probation officers fighting to keep kids alive, into the courthouses where hope and hopelessness collide daily in epic struggles that reveal the best and worst in ourselves and our children, and past the triple-steel doors of Los Angeles' mammoth Central Juvenile Hall, the system's grim, last stop. Here, as a volunteer teacher, Humes also coaxes from these children the stories and poems of a lost generation, raw screams for help and understanding." Humes follows closely the cases of seven young people who were caught up in the system, three of whom have been saved by it?maybe.

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