Reading Assignments

 

 

Siegal and Welsh, Ch. 1. Childhood and Delinquency.


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 2. The Nature and Extent of Delinquency.

 

Lundman, Introduction Preface and Ch 1, Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Delinquents


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 3. Individual Views of Delinquency.

 

Lundman, Ch. 2. Individual Treatment


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 4. Sociological Views of Delinquency.

 

Lundman, Ch. 3. DARE


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 5. Developmental Views of Delinquency.

 

Lundman, Ch. 4. Area Projects

Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 6. Gender and Delinquency.

 

Lundman, Ch. 5. Diversion


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 7. The Family and Delinquency.

 

Lundman, Ch. 6. Probation and Parol


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 8. Peers and Delinquency: Juvenile Gangs and Groups.

 

Lundman, Ch. 7. Scared Straight


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 9. Schools and Delinquency.

 

Material above this line will appear on the Midterm Exam

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Lundman, Ch. 8. Community Treatment


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 10. Drug Use and Delinquency.

 

Lundman, Ch 9. Boot Camps for Juvenile Offenders


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 11. The History and Development of Juvenile Justice.

 

Lundman, Ch. 10. Institutionalization


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 12. Police Work with Juveniles.


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 13. Juvenile Court Process: Pretrial, Trial, and Sentencing.

 

Lundmanm Ch. 11. Recommendations for the Future


Siegel and Welsh, Ch. 14. Juvenile Corrections: Probation, Community Treatment,

and Institutionalization.