Each of the twelve chapters in Youth, Crime, and Justice begins with a compelling case that illustrates the core concepts and real-life stories which frame the ongoing challenges of the societal institutions charged with meeting the needs of children and youth. These case studies are combined with a list of learning objectives, key terms, critical thinking questions, and lists of additional resources. New to this edition:
An open-access Companion Website for students is provided that includes interactive flashcards and other learning material. Additional resources, including Powerpoint Lecture notes and Test Banks, are provided for Instructor use.