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Social Treatment in Probation and Delinquency; Treatise and Casebook for Court Workers, Probation Officers, and Other Child Welfare Workers (Patterson and Social Problems. Publication No. 47) download ebook

by Pauline V. Ph.D. Young

Social Treatment in Probation and Delinquency; Treatise and Casebook for Court Workers, Probation Officers, and Other Child Welfare Workers (Patterson and Social Problems. Publication No. 47) download ebook
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0875850472
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978-0875850474
Author:
Pauline V. Ph.D. Young
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Patterson Smith; 2 edition (June 1, 1969)
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536 pages
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1721 kb
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Young, Pauline . 1896-1977.

Young, Pauline . Juvenile delinquents - Rehabilitation, Juvenile courts, Probation, Social work with juvenile delinquents, Jeunes délinquants - Rééducation, Tribunaux pour mineurs, Probation (Droit), Service social aux criminels, Juvenile courts, Juvenile delinquents - Rehabilitation, Probation, Social work with juvenile delinquents. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Probation Officers, and Other Child Welfare Workers . of probation and case work during probation.

Young, Pauline V. Social Treatment in Probation and Delinquency: Treatise and Casebook for Court Workers, Probation Officers, and Other Child Welfare Workers. It is a textbook for social workers in criminology, especially for those who work with juvenile delinquents. It contains many case records with transcripts of court hearings, examinations, and reports. Samples taken from diverse parts of the country will acquaint the reader with the realities of probation and case work during probation. The ideal is not conceived in unrealistic terms.

Select Format: Hardcover. Release Date:January 1937. Publisher:McGraw-Hill.

Young, Pauline Vislick, 1896-, Social treatment in probation and delinquency : treatise and casebook for court workers, probation officers, and other child welfare workers Foreword by Roscoe Pound. introduction by Justin Miller. Articles/Letters by Young.

Social treatment in probation and delinquency: Treatise and casebook for court workers, probation officers and other child welfare workers. New York: McGraw-Hill. The efficiency of working under one roof: An evaluation of Los Angeles County juvenile justice centers. Crime and Delinquency, 42, 257–268. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Pauline Vislick Young, Social Treatment in Probation and Delinquency: Treatise and Casebook for Court Workers, Probation Officers, and Other Child Welfare Workers. George E. Worthington and Ruth Topping, Specialized Courts Dealing with Sex Delinquency: A Study of the Procedure in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, and New York.

Areas covered are: Family Childhood Youth Community Care and Caring Health and Illness Crime.

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treatise and casebook for court workers, probation officers, and other child welfare workers. Patterson Smith reprint series in criminology, law enforcement, and social problems. 2d ed. by Pauline V. Young. Published 1969 by Patterson Smith in Montclair, . Publication no. 47. Classifications.

Probation officers work with a range of people from minor first time offenders to prolific, serious offenders. The purpose of their work is to turn offenders away from committing further offences through intervention, preventing reoffence by assessing and challenging their behaviour and changing their attitudes towards society