Describe the difference between official and unofficially data on juvenile crime.

Describe the difference between official and unofficially data on juvenile crime. (5 points) In your opinion, what is the best data source on juvenile crime, and why? (5 points)

What is “deinstitutionalization” in the context of juvenile process? (5 points) What was the goal of the Juvenile Justice

How are VCOs (violations of court order) used to detain youths charged with status offenses? (10 points)

Why is delinquency theory important in juvenile justice? (10 points)

How do politics affect the operation of juvenile justice institutions? (10 points)

What are potential problems associated with media-controlled perceptions of juvenile justice? (10 points)

What social conditions during the early 1800s contributed to the development of the houses of refuge? (5 points)

In your own words, what fere the facts of the Crouse case (5 points), what were the findings of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court (5 points), and why is this case significant (5 points)?

In your own words, what were the facts of the People v. Turner case (5 points), what were the findings of the Illinois Supreme Court (5 points), and why is this case significant (5 points)?

In your own words, what were the facts of the Fisher case (5 points), what were the findings of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court (5 points), and why is this case significant (5 points)?

In your own words, what were the facts of the Gault case (5 points), what were the findings of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court (5 points), and why is this case significant (5 points)?

What options do police officers have when dealing with youths who have allegedly broken the law? (5 points)
What factors influence police discretion? (10 points)

What tactics do police use in the interrogation of juveniles (10 points), and what are potential problems with the use of these tactics (10 points)?

As early as the 1980s, Daly and Chesney-Lind (1988) listed various aspects of feminist thought that distinguished it from traditional criminological inquiry. Describe these aspects in your own words. (15 points)

Which one do you think is the most important to distinguish feminist criminology from traditional criminology, and why? (5 points)

Why do some people reject the notion that biological theories of crime should be studied? (10 points)
Can you give an example from our class discussion that illustrates one of these reasons? (5 points)
At the same time, why are biosocial theories necessary to study, and what can they contribute to a feminist criminology? (10 points)