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Youth Justice Handbook


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Introduction Part 1: Contexts of Childhood and Youth Introduction 1. Structural Disadvantage: Youth, Class, Crime and Poverty, Joe Yates 2. Transitions to Adulthood, Rachel Thomson 3. From Child to Adult: Theoretical Assumptions in Ideas about Growing Up, Lindsay O'Dell 4. Sex 'n' Drugs 'n' Rock 'n' Roll: Young People as Consumers, Mary Jane Kehily 5. Bullying as Abuse, Carrie-Anne Myers Part 2: Research, Knowledge and Evidence in Youth Justice Introduction 6. Research-informed Youth Justice? Barry Goldson 7. Whose Account Counts? Politics and Research in Youth Justice, Jo Phoenix 8. Globalisation, Power and Knowledge in Youth Justice, Richard Hester 9. Preventing and Reducing Risk, Stephen Case 10. What Can we Know, and How Can we Know it? Wendy Stainton Rogers Part 3: Policy, Possibilities and Penal Realities in Youth Justice Introduction 11. Parenting and Youth Justice: Policy and Practice, Amanda Holt 12. Restorative Justice at the Heart of the Youth Community, Helen Mahaffey 13. Children and Young People in Custody, Rod Morgan 14. Living in a Box: Ethnicity and Identity Inside a Young Men's Prison, Rod Earle Part 4: Reflective Practice Introduction 15. Promoting Desistance Amongst Young People, Monica Barry 16. Young People's 'Voices' as Evidence, Jean Hine 17. Partnership: Putting Relationships to Work, Mo Barratt 18. Reflective Practice in Youth Justice, Wayne Taylor Part 5: Widening Contexts Introduction 19. The United Nations, Children's Rights and Juvenile Justice, John Muncie 20. Human Rights and Youth Justice in Europe, Rob Canton 21. Values in Youth Justice: Practice Approaches to Welfare and Justice for Young People in UK Jurisdictions, Bill Whyte 22. The Dragonisation of Youth Justice, Kevin Haines 23. The Development of Restorative Justice in Northern Ireland, Kelvin Doherty Conclusion

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Wayne Taylor works at HM Young Offenders Institute in Northumberland. Rod Earle is Lecturer in Youth Justice in the Faculty of Heath and Social Care at the Open University. Richard Hester is the Director of the Department of Health and Social Care at the Open University.

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