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This collection of articles examines the juvenile justice system, focusing on juvenile courts, and the judicial, administrative, and correctional systems for the social control of criminal and non-criminal juvenile offenders. The author considers legal and sociological aspects of juvenile justice administration, concentrating on causes of youth crime and development of juvenile offenders.;This book is intended for upper division undergraduate and graduate students in a criminology/criminal justice, sociology programme for a course in juvenile justice/juvenile deliquency.