Juvenile delinquency in the Netherlands

Juvenile delinquency in the Netherlands

Summary

The Dutch juvenile justice system: an introduction; Patterns in delinquent behavior; Causal factors: social control theory; Social control theory versus differential association: a test on panel data; Aggression in a youth club: an observation study in a town in the west of Holland; The juvenile investigation unit: an observation study; Effects of intervention by the police and the prosecutor; Innovations in the Dutch juvenile justice system: alternative sanctions;

Index

Introduction

  1. The Dutch juvenile justice system: an introduction - P.H. van der Laan
  2. Patterns in delinquent behavior - J. Junger-Tas
  3. Causal factors: social control theory - J. Junger-Tas
  4. Social control theory versus differential association: a test on panel data - M. Junger
  5. Aggression in a youth club: an observation study in a town in the west of Holland - C.H.D. Steinmetz 
  6. The juvenile investigation unit: an observation study - E. van der Hoeven 
  7. Effects of intervention by the police and the prosecutor - J. Junger-Tas 
  8. Innovations in the Dutch juvenile justice system: alternative sanctions - P.H. van der Laan 

Publication data

Author(s):
Junger-Tas, J. (ed.), Block, R.L. (ed.)
Organization(s):
WODC
Place of publication:
Amstelveen
Publisher:
Kugler
Year of publication:
1988
Series:
Geen
Signature:
Ra 6793