Session 229: CH9 -> Juvenile Justice in Non-Euro-American Traditions (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Directors Row E
Session Chair: Paul C. Friday, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte
Session Chair: Xin Ren, California State University - Sacramento
This is a unified panel in that each paper will discuss the juvenile justice systems of each country using a standardized format. This format includes: the social and political history of the society; the philosophical issues that underlie the process; the type of legal tradition followed; the general attitude and values placed on the role of the childre; the role the juvenile process is expected to play.
Juvenile Justice in India
by: S. George Vincentnathan, University of Texas - Pan American (Corresponding)
Juvenile Justice in Turkey
by: Sevil Atasoy, Istanbul University (Corresponding)
Juvenile Justice in Nigeria
by: Obi N.I. Ebbe, Univ. of Tennessee at Chattanooga (Corresponding)
Juvenile Justice in Thailand
by: Korakod Navchetr, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte (Corresponding)
Juvenile Justice in the Philippines: Structure and Operation
by: Donald J. Shoemaker, Virginia Tech (Corresponding)
Juvenile Justice in Russia
by: Robert M. Hurley, California State University - Sacramento (Corresponding)
Discussants:
H. Preston Elrod, Eastern Kentucky University

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