Dr. Lisa Pasko discusses juvenile delinquency and how it incorporates behavior and the response to behavior. She describes the history of juvenile delinquency, the research methods used in criminology, the Supreme Court cases affecting juvenile offenders, and her focus on female juvenile offenders.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Lisa Pasko Discusses Juvenile Delinquency
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2017
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- Discipline: Criminology & Criminal Justice
- Subject: Juvenile/Youth Crime & Delinquency, Victimology, Juvenile/Youth Justice
- Duration: 00:19:37
- Keywords: brain development, brain research, child saving movement, children and research methods, criminology and criminal justice, crisis intervention services, ethnographic methods, female juvenile delinquents, female offenders and special needs, gender research, history of juvenile courts, history of juvenile delinquency, identity, juvenile and youth offenders, juvenile correctional facilities, juvenile courts, Juvenile delinquency acts, juvenile delinquency factors, juvenile delinquency law, juvenile justice system, juvenile offenders, juvenile probation services, juvenile status offenders, juvenile status offenses, Miller v. Alabama, mixed methods research, police and law enforcement, prevention and education of juvenile offenders, qualitative research methods, quantitative research methods, Roper v. United States, Stressors, youth-focused crime prevention
Academic: Lisa J. PaskoOnline ISBN:9781526400703Copyright: © SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017