The ‘punitive’ turn in juvenile justice: cultures of control and rights compliance in western Europe and the USA

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Muncie, John;

Separate systems of justice for children and young people have always been beset by issues of contradiction and compromise. There is compelling evidence that such ambiguity is currently being `resolved' by a greater governmental resort to neo-conservative punitive and c... View more
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    Winterdyk, J. (ed) (2002) Juvenile Justice Systems: International Perspectives, 2nd edition, Toronto, Canadian Scholars Press.

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