The discussion assignment for this week includes a review of the Key Assignment Outline specified in the Phase 4 IP completed by one of your classmates, as well as a substantial response to at least one other student.
-Primary Task Response: Your first task is to post your own Key Assignment Outline to the discussion area so that other students are able to review your plan. Attach your document to the main discussion post, and include any notes you feel are appropriate. The purpose of this assignment is to help improve the quality of the Key Assignment Draft you will complete next week.
In the year 2100, there was a young man named Jim who could travel through time. This young man has had serious infractions with the juvenile justice system. He has decided to travel back through time to start his life over.
He has a choice of two time periods. One is during the colonial period of America, and the other is during the early 21st century. Knowing Jim’s propensity for finding trouble, what would happen to him if he committed the crime of breaking and entering with the aggravating circumstances of assault during the colonial period? What would happen to him if he committed the same crime in the 21st century? This assignment will cover the history of the juvenile justice system, juvenile courts, and corrections, as well as theories that would be related to Jim and treatment options during both periods of time.
-Identify the theories of juvenile delinquency and the antecedents of our current juvenile justice system.
-Summarize the social characteristics of the juvenile court system and accompanying laws.
-Identify the social characteristics of juvenile offenders and the implications of family, class and education.
-Characterize the counseling, treatment, and intervention of juvenile offenders.
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