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Juvenile Delinquency: Perspective, School Role, Extent

Discussed how people perspective towards juvenile delinquency and school violence changed during the years.
Explained whether parents and school management play a suitable role to control increasing school violence.
Explained whether the juvenile courts are doing enough to change the treatment of juveniles in the justice system.
Summarized what they learned about the context of the juvenile justice system, the extent of juvenile crime and linked philosophies.
Properly cited sources using APA format.

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Discussed how people perspective towards juvenile delinquency and school violence changed during the years.

Perspectives toward juvenile delinquency have remained consistent for over 100 years since the Child savers movement as experts agree that delinquency occurs because of factors including youthful indiscretion, lack of parental guidance, and peer pressure. It has been proven that juveniles from all socioeconomic backgrounds and cultures engage in delinquency. The primary types of juvenile delinquency entail statutory offenses such as truancy, underage drinking/smoking, and ...

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Extent of juvenile crime

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