Session 43: JJ3 -> Juvenile Dispositions and Aftercare
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: South Hampton
Session Chair: Gordon Bazemore, Florida Atlantic University
Decision-Making for Juvenile Offenders: The Tenacity of Parens Patriae
by: Jamie J. Fader, Temple University (Corresponding)
Philip W. Harris, Temple University
Peter R. Jones, Temple University
The Limits and Potential of Restorative Justice Decision-Making: Preliminary Findings From Case Studies in a National Study of Conferencing in Juvenile Justice
by: Gordon Bazemore, Florida Atlantic University (Corresponding)
Mara F. Schiff, Florida Atlantic University
An Examination of the Theoretical Paradigms Supporting Juvenile Youth Accountability Boards
by: Tamara D. Sorensen, California State Univ. - San Bernardino (Corresponding)
Exploring the Effects of School and Work Experiences on Recidivism Rates for Juveniles in an Aftercare Program
by: Dan Kaczynski, University of West Florida (Corresponding)
Kim Lersch, University of South Florida
Does Parole Influence the Recidivism Rate of Juvenile Offenders?
by: Robert Barnoski, Washington State Inst. for Public Policy (Corresponding)
Steve Aos, Washington State Inst. for Public Policy

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