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Developing Delinquent Youths: A Reintegrative Model for Rehabilitation and a New Role for the Juvenile Justice System

Bazemore, Gordon
June 4, 2015

Source: (1997) Child Welfare 76(5).

Presents logical, theoretical and empirical arguments for a new juvenile justice rehabilitative agenda based on youth development principles. Examination of the dominant intervention paradigms; Comparison on the theoretical and philosophical assumption of competency-based rehabilitative model; Suggestion for implementing the competency development approach.


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