McGrath, L., & Pistrang, N. (2007). Policeman or friend? Dilemmas in working with homeless young people in the United Kingdom. Journal of Social Issues, 63(3), 589-606. doi 10.1111/j.1540-4560.2007.00525.x.
The theories and approaches discussed within this article include:
Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis, IPA
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The assignment calls for determining whether the article presents a problem or theory, or if it directs readers to research questions and hypotheses. It also asks to assess theories within the article and to evaluate the use of this literature. I will be showing you some of the presenting theories and approaches with regard to general descriptions that you can then apply to the article.
The issue approached in this article is the relationship between the homeless young people and the police ...
A look at how homeless youth perceive the police as caregivers. Youth felt that those who seemed to take a personal interest in them better caregivers.
Assessing for Conduct Disorder Features.
Explain the relevance of assessing for conduct disorder features/traits in juvenile forensic populations, as well as the reasons for such an assessment
Describe where in the juvenile adjudicative process that the findings from an evaluation for conduct disorder might be used.
Illustrate the difference that the results of a conduct disorder evaluation might make in the juvenile adjudicative process, using specific examples that illustrate both pros and cons.View Full Posting Details