Comparative Youth Justice

@inproceedings{Muncie2006ComparativeYJ,
  title={Comparative Youth Justice},
  author={John Muncie and Barry Goldson},
  year={2006}
}
This volume identifies major international shifts in juvenile justice policy and practice. There is a widespread assumption that the penal population of children and young people is growing worldwide amidst a burgeoning USA inspired "culture of control". Through various measures of "adulteration", young people are also now assumed to be more likely to find a decline in their special status as in need of care and protection and more in need of punishment through which they will be made… CONTINUE READING