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Role of the school in prevention of juvenile delinquency : a research symposium sponsored by U.S. Office of Education and Phi Delta Kappa

Author: William R Carriker; United States. Office of Education.; Phi Delta Kappa.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1963.
Series: Cooperative research monograph (United States. Office of Education), no. 10.; OE (Series) (United States. Office of Education), 25034.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Five papers are included: Existing and projected research on individual and group approaches in the treatment of juvenile delinquency, by David Wineman, discusses the informal interview as a technique for teating specific ego malfunctions. Two methods are suggested, "emotional first-aid" for moments of great stress, and long-range training for more permanent health--the school, having considerable influence on the
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Research Symposium on the Role of the School in Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency (1960 : Washington, D.C.).
Role of the school in prevention of juvenile delinquency.
Washington, D.C. : U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education, 1963
(OCoLC)644885424
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William R Carriker; United States. Office of Education.; Phi Delta Kappa.
OCLC Number: 1874687
Description: v, 101 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Existing and projected research on individual and group approaches in the treatment of juvenile delinquency, by David Wineman, discusses the informal interview as a technique for teating specific ego malfunctions. Two methods are suggested, "emotional first-aid" for moments of great stress, and long-range training for more permanent health --
the school, having considerable influence on the child, is presumed to be in a position to apply these techniques. Research on the school work-study program in the prevention of juvenile delinquency, by Robert J. Havighurst, proposes starting work-study as early as age 13 or 14 to keep lower class boys and girls motivated and give them opportunity for growth; experimentation and training of special supervisors would be needed. Existing and projected research on reading in relationship to juvenile delinquency, by Gordon P. Liddle, seeks a relationship between failure in reading and delinquency. The prevention of delinquent subcultures --
issues and problems, by Richard A Cloward, sets forth problems faced in dealing with the three major types of gangs among lower-class boys. Two roles for schools in reducing juvenile delinquency, by William W. Wattenburg, discusses two methods of early detection and guidance of delinquents. --
Abstract from ERIC.
Series Title: Cooperative research monograph (United States. Office of Education), no. 10.; OE (Series) (United States. Office of Education), 25034.
Responsibility: edited by William R. Carriker.

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Five papers are included: Existing and projected research on individual and group approaches in the treatment of juvenile delinquency, by David Wineman, discusses the informal interview as a technique for teating specific ego malfunctions. Two methods are suggested, "emotional first-aid" for moments of great stress, and long-range training for more permanent health--the school, having considerable influence on the child, is presumed to be in a position to apply these techniques. Research on the school work-study program in the prevention of juvenile delinquency, by Robert J. Havighurst, proposes starting work-study as early as age 13 or 14 to keep lower class boys and girls motivated and give them opportunity for growth; experimentation and training of special supervisors would be needed. Existing and projected research on reading in relationship to juvenile delinquency, by Gordon P. Liddle, seeks a relationship between failure in reading and delinquency. The prevention of delinquent subcultures - issues and problems, by Richard A Cloward, sets forth problems faced in dealing with the three major types of gangs among lower-class boys. Two roles for schools in reducing juvenile delinquency, by William W. Wattenburg, discusses two methods of early detection and guidance of delinquents.--Abstract from ERIC.

NCJRS terms: Juvenile delinquency prevention ; Crime prevention measures ; School delinquency programs ; Gangs ; Juvenile delinquency research ; School maladjustment. ERIC terms: Delinquency prevention; Juvenile gangs; Methods research; Program development; Research opportunities; School counseling; School role; Secondary schools; Student attitudes; Student needs.

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