juvenile justice study guide questions

How were children seen through history?- 

Why did the Concept of childhood emerge in the 16th and 17th century?-

What societal changes led to the rise of juvenile institution?- 

Factor that led to first juvenile court systems?-

How did the practice of the juvenile court reflect the belief that youth could change for better?-

Role of probation officer-

Problems of the earliest juvenile courts/institutions-  

How did the early juvenile court system reflect benevolence vs self interest-

Why did both liberals and conservatives come to reject rehabilitation as the guiding principle of the criminal justice system in the late 1960s-1970s?            

The rejection of rehabilitation in the 1960s-1970s led to what changes in the polices pursued by the juvenile justice system?- 

What led to the rise of the “Superpredator” myth and what were the consequences of this myth for the juvenile systems?-

Why do some scholars argue that the superpredator concept has a racist undertone?- .

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