The potential influence of criminological rationales in considering childhood abuse as mitigating to sentencing.
- Medicine, Psychology
- Child abuse & neglect
Criminological theories appear to be persuasive rationales for arguing childhood abuse as mitigating to sentencing contexts involving incapacitation and rehabilitation. Expand
The Impact of Neglect, Trauma, and Maltreatment on Neurodevelopment
This chapter will present some key concepts related to brain development, brain functioning and traumatology that provide invaluable perspective when crafting juvenile justice practice, programs and policy. Expand