a problem for the modern world
by W l i m C. Kvaraceus ila
Posted i 1964 by the Un n Educational, Scientific and Culturd Business Place para Fontenoy, Paris-7e Printed by simply Imprimerie Meters a meters e
six Unesco 1964
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Juvenile delinquency a problem intended for the modern worlp
This guide was ready as part of the Unesco programme of
studies upon problems of social inadaptation a meters o and g young people. Problems of the nature, and also manifestations of juvenile delinquency, are a source of concern and often anxiety to father and mother, educators, and leaders of youth companies. It was felt it might be useful to them if an attempt had been m a d at the to examine objectively, and to describe as clearly as possible, the unusual and aggressive behavior displayed n y a few of today's children. T my spouse and i task was entrusted to Dr . William C. Kvaraceus, w l o hs had offered as a Unesco specialist in problems of social inadaptation a meters o and g junior. Dr . Kvaraceus, w h o features taught at Boston University or college, is d o watts Professor of Education and Director of Youth Studies at the Lincoln Filene Middle for Citizenship and Open public Affairs of Tufts University or college i the us. His published n performs include Child Delinquency and the School as well as the Community plus the Delinquent. To h electronic views put forward in the present book, the result of meters a n y numerous years of wide encounter, are the author's OWn.
Unesco takes pleasure i recognizing the co-operation n prolonged by the Section of Social Defence of the United Nations in the preparing of this amount.
Table of contents
Foreword Chapter 1. What is a teen delinquent? Different versions on a topic A flavor for violence The invisible delinquent The so-calledвЂcauses' Each one is different Phase two.
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Why delinquency exists
Meters a n y ideas The need for take pleasure in A search intended for identity The Anxieties of adolescence
50 Chapter 3. W%at a community can carry out 51 Prevention and treatment 54 The role from the schools 56 A larger range of learning 62 Help for the family sixty six Asking why i took place t sixty-eight Punishment or probation 71 The police seventy five The real world of Individual treatment for the 76 struggling Chapter four. New outlooks Involvingthe late The need for exploration W h e d children are i danger in
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in Despite vast technological advancements visible i actually all countries today, the processes for aiding children and youth to mature aduГ¬thood still problem the creation of parents and youth workers. As one observes the careful efforts from the professionalsteachers, interpersonal workers, idol judges, psychologists, sociologists, psychiatrists-who keep pace with find ways and means to prevent and control the wayward behaviour of children, i becomes apparent t that the specialists cannot fix or even control the delinquency problem b y themselves. Every citizen and every parent or guardian must talk about the task. And, w electronic must involve youth alone i the n way to what is fundamentally a youngsters problem. This book has been well prepared for parents, interested citizens, and older youth adults w they would o desire to understand and help those children whose behaviour has brought these to the attention of o5cial power. It does not list any quality recipes for the prevention or re-education with the delinquent; however it does indicate the need to establish and identify the delinquent and it reviews various approaches that m a y be studied i supporting M elizabeth r elizabeth n to types of n youthful offenders. These types of approaches generally reflect a causative, classification, and rehabilitative orientation. Capital t w to major concerns were experienced in the planning of this distribution: first, the number in educational and child-welfare resources and programmes existing between the produced and expanding countries each with its unique cultural customs presented different stages of readiness; second, the paucity of
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