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Diversion and Informal Social Control : Pravention und Intervention im Kindes- und Jugendalter - Gunter Albrecht

Diversion and Informal Social Control

Pravention und Intervention im Kindes- und Jugendalter

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Published: 1995
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Scholars from several countries discuss alternatives to traditional juvenile justice, detailing theory and practice in methods such as non-intervention, reintegrative shaming, and victim-offender mediation, and looking at criminological, ethical, and legal aspects of such alternatives. Of interest t

Contributors
The Idea of Prevention and the Critique of Instrumental Reasonp. 5
Diversion in the Juvenile Justice System and a Sociological Theory of Social Controlp. 17
Diversion and Social Control: Alternative Measures of Crime Controlp. 35
Diversionary Tactics: A Rational Choice Approachp. 47
Introduction to Part II: Diversion and the Juvenile Justice Systemp. 71
The Impact and Role of Juvenile Diversion in the United Statesp. 75
The Diversion of Juveniles From Custody: The Experience of England and Wales 1980-90p. 83
Sentence Without Conviction Notes on Diversion from the Juvenile Court in the Federal Republic of Germanyp. 105
Radical Social Change and Diversion: Problems With Diversion-Oriented Crime Policy in the Critical Transformation of Social Structures and Changes in the Living Conditions of Adolescentsp. 125
Introduction to Part III: Alternative Sanctions: Theoretical Ideas and Empirical Resultsp. 137
Diversion, Reintegrative Shaming and Republican Criminologyp. 141
Diversion in German Juvenile Justice: Its Practice, Impact, and Penal Policy Implicationsp. 159
Diversion in Juvenile Justice: Theoretical Expectations and Preliminary Results of a Treatment Outcome Evaluationp. 187
Introduction to Part IV: Diversion, Social Work, and Restitutionp. 229
Diversion? It Depends on What We Divert to: Some Comments on Diversion and the Restorative Alternativesp. 233
Concentration on the Wrong Offender Groups: An Assessment of Current Mediation and Restitution Programsp. 247
Measurements of Net-Wideningp. 259
Alternative Social Work: Informalization of Social Control in the Field of Juvenile Delinquency - An Empirical Studyp. 271
Informal Justice and Communication: The Case of Diversion and Victim-Offender Mediationp. 277
Diversion and Extrajudicial Programs: Preventive Claims and the Decision-making Processp. 295
A Discrete Outcome-Model to Measure Net-Widening Effectsp. 305
Evaluation of Diversion Program Conceptsp. 315
Fantasy and the Embodied Moral Capital: Children's Moral Judgments of Crime and Criminalsp. 327
Introduction to Part V: Legal Aspects of Diversionp. 341
Diversion and Constitutional Crime Policyp. 345
Efficiency Interests and the "Rule of Law" in Informal Proceedingsp. 353
The Incompatibility of Treatment and Punishmentp. 369
Forms of De Facto Decriminalization: Diversion and Defensep. 385
Juvenile-Specific Forms of Decriminalizationp. 395
Self-Incrimination Privilege and Police Interrogation: A Comparative Viewp. 407
Subject Indexp. 431
Author Indexp. 451
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ISBN: 9783110149487
ISBN-10: 3110149486
Series: Pravention und Intervention im Kindes- und Jugendalter
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 469
Published: 1995
Publisher: De Gruyter
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.9