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NCJ Number: 39496 Find in a Library
Title: TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE - CASES IN QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS CRIMINOLOGY, JUVENILE JUSTICE, CORRECTIONS - WEST GERMANY
Author(s): H J SCHNEIDER
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 528
Type: Instructional Material
Language: German
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: SELF-INSTRUCTIONAL TEXT ARRANGED IN CASE STUDY FORMAT COVERING BASIC PRINCIPLES AND FACTS ON CRIMINOLOGY, JUVENILE JUSTICE, AND CORRECTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF WEST GERMAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
Abstract: CRIMINOLOGICAL TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORIES AND THEORETICAL TRENDS, RESEARCH METHODS, USE OF CRIMINAL STATISTICS, CRIME CAUSES, MASS MEDIA EFFECTS ON CRIME, CRIME PREDICTION, OFFENSE TYPOLOGY, AND SOCIAL REACTION TO CRIME. JUVENILE JUSTICE TOPICS INCLUDE JUVENILE CRIME CAUSE FACTORS, JUVENILE CRIME TYPOLOGY, AND FORMAL AND INFORMAL REACTIONS BY SOCIETY TO JUVENILE CRIME. CORRECTIONAL TOPICS INCLUDE THE HISTORY OF CORRECTIONS, THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORRECTIONS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY, CORRECTIONAL THEORIES AND GOALS, INCARCERATION, JUVENILE CORRECTIONS, AND CORRECTIONAL REFORM. --IN GERMAN...TL
Index Term(s): Corrections; Course materials; Criminal justice education; Criminal justice overview texts; Criminology; Germany; International literature; Juvenile codes; Self instructional materials
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