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Juvenile Justice, Racial Differences

In the late 1990s, ethnic minority youth accounted for one third of the adolescent population in the United States and yet comprised nearly two thirds of the 100,000 youth confined in juvenile correctional facilities (Poe-Yamagata & Jones, 2000; Pope & Feyerherm, ...

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