Session 168: JJ9 -> Juvenile Corrections: Theory and Practice
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Picard
Session Chair: Dean J. Champion, Texas A & M International University
Shocking? Perhaps, But How Does It Work?
by: Deanna L. Wilkinson, Temple University (Corresponding)
Childhood Victimization among Incarcerated Juveniles in Japan: Results of a National Survey of Inmates in Juvenile Training Schools
by: Kaoru Furuta, Ministry of Justice, Japan (Corresponding)
Hideo Takasaki, Ministry of Justice, Japan
Managed Care and Juvenile Sex Offenders: Identifying Outcomes and Concerns of Community Based Treatment
by: Daniel C. Dahlgren, Kent State University, Stark Campus (Corresponding)
Balancing Act: The Role of Cottage Staff in a State Training School
by: Michelle Inderbitzin, University of Idaho (Corresponding)
What Works: Examining Juvenile Corrections Programs
by: Sarah Bacon, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Doris Layton MacKenzie, University of Maryland at College Park
Suzanne Kider, University of Maryland at College Park
Discussants:
Dean J. Champion, Texas A & M International University

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