OJJDP Releases Spring 2013 Issue of Journal of Juvenile Justice
June 6, 2013
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention has released the spring 2013 issue of the online Journal of Juvenile Justice.
Articles in this issue include:
- Family-Focused Juvenile Reentry Services: A Quasi-Experimental Design Evaluation of Recidivism Outcomes.
- An Examination of the Early “Strains” of Imprisonment Among Young Offenders Incarcerated for Serious Crimes.
- Parental Acceptance-Rejection Theory and Court-Involved Adolescent Females: An Exploration of Parent-Child Relationships and Student-Teacher Relationships.
- One Family, One Judge Practice Effects on Children: Permanency Outcomes on Case Closure and Beyond.
- An Outcome-Based Evaluation of Functional Family Therapy for Youth With Behavioral Problems.
- Relating Resilience Factors and Decision Making in Two Groups of Underserved Adolescents: Implications for Intervention.
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