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    Youth Justice

    Youth Justice

    Youth Justice

    2001, Vol.1                2011, Vol.11

    2002, Vol.2                2012, Vol.12

    2003, Vol.3                2013, Vol.13

    2004, Vol.4                    2014, Vol.14

    2005, Vol.5                2015, Vol.15

    2006, Vol.6                    2016, Vol.16

    2007, Vol.7

    2008, Vol.8

    2009, Vol.9

    2010, Vol.10

     

     

    Youth Justice, 2001, Vol.1

     

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

     

    Ann Hagell, Neal Hazel

    Macro and Micro Patterns in the Development of Secure Custodial Institutions for Serious and Persistent Young Offenders in England and Wales

    No.1, April

    pp. 3-16

     

    David Ramsbotham

    Reflections of a Chief Inspector

    No.1, April

    pp. 17-27

     

    Tim Bateman

    Custodial Sentencing of Children: Prospects for Reversing the Tide

    No.1, April

    pp. 28-39

     

    Mark Drakeford

    Children, Rights and Welfare: Towards a New Synthesis

    No.1, April

    pp. 40-44

     

    Bob Holman

    Neighbourhood Projects and Preventing Delinquency

    No.1, April

    pp. 45-52

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Detention and Training Orders for Under 15 Year Olds: The Problem of Persistence

    No.1, April

    pp. 53-55

     

    John Pitts

    Korrectional Karaoke: New Labour and the Zombification of Youth Justice

    No.2, August

    pp. 3-16

     

    Roger Smith

    Foucault s Law: The Crime and Disorder Act 1998

    No.2, August

    pp. 17-29

     

    Christine Piper

    Who are these Youths? Language in the Service of Policy

    No.2, August

    pp. 30-39

     

    Steve Myers

    The Registration of Children and Young People Under the Sex Offenders Act (1997): Time for a Change?

    No.2, August

    pp. 40-48

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Decisions to Prosecute in the Youth Court

    No.2, August

    pp. 49-52

     

    Rod Earle, Tim Newburn

    Creative Tensions? Young Offenders, Restorative Justice and the Introduction of Referral Orders

    No.3, December

    pp. 3-13

     

    Denis W Jones

    Questioning New Labour s Youth Justice Strategy: A review article

    No.3, December

    pp. 14-26

     

    John Muncie

    Policy Transfers and "What Works": Some Reflections on Comparative Youth Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 27-35

     

    Tim Bateman

    A Note on the Relationship between the Detention and Training Order and Section 91 of the Powers of the Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000: A Recipe for Injustice

    No.3, December

    pp. 36-41

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Custodial Sentencing: Aims and Principles in Youth Justice, Disparity and Other Complexities

    No.3, December

    pp. 42-46

     

    Youth Justice, 2002, Vol.2

     

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    Title

    number

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    Rob Allen

    "There Must be Some Way of Dealing with Kids": Young Offenders, Public Attitudes and Policy Change

    No.1, April

    pp. 3-13

     

    Tina Eadie, Rob Canton

    Practising in a Context of Ambivalence: The Challenge for Youth Justice Workers

    No.1, April

    pp. 14-26

     

    Fergus McNeill, Susan Batchelor

    Chaos, Containment and Change: Responding to Persistent Offending by Young People

    No.1, April

    pp. 27-43

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Recommendations for Deportation and Shorter Terms of Section 91 Detention

    No.1, April

    pp. 44-49

     

    Charlotte Walsh

    Curfews: No More Hanging Around

    No.2, August

    pp. 70-81

     

    Barry Goldson, Janet Jamieson

    Youth Crime, the Parenting Deficit and State Intervention: A Contextual Critique

    No.2, August

    pp. 82-99

     

    Andrew Rutherford

    Youth Justice and Social Inclusion

    No.2, August

    pp. 100-107

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Age, Jurisdiction, Secure Remands and Sentencing Powers: A Miscellany of Issues

    No.2, Agust

    pp. 108-115

     

    Tim Bateman

    Living with Final Warnings: Making the Best of a Bad Job?

    No.3, December

    pp. 131-140

     

    Rod Earle, Tim Newburn, Adam Crawford

    Referral Orders: Some Reflections on Policy Transfer and What Works

    No.3, December

    pp. 141-150

     

    Noel Cross, Jonathan Evans, John Minkes

    Still Children First? Developments in Youth Justice in Wales

    No.3, December

    pp. 151-162

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: "Use of Section 91 Detention for Under- 15s" and "Anti- Social Behaviour Orders: Naming Juveniles"

    No.3, December

    pp. 163-169

     

    Youth Justice, 2003, Vol.3

     

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    John Pitts

    Changing Youth Justice

    No.1, April

    pp. 5-20

     

    Aidan Wilcox

    Evidence- Based Youth Justice? Some Valuable Lessons from an Evaluation for the Youth Justice Board

    No.1, April

    pp. 21-35

     

    Jo Lipscombe

    Another Side of Life: Foster Care for Young People on Remand

    No.1, April

    pp. 36-50

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Sentencing for Burglary: Applying the New Guideline Judgement and Custodial Remand: Role of Youth Offending Team

    No.1, April

    pp. 51-57

     

    Bill Whyte

    Young and Persistent: Recent Developments in Youth Justice Policy and Practice in Scotland

    No.2, August

    pp. 74-85

     

    Kevin Haines, Stephen Case

    Promoting Positive Behaviour in Schools: The Youth Social Audit

    No.2, August

    pp. 86-103

     

    Charlotte Walsh

    Dispersal of Rights: A Critical Comment on Specified Provisions of the Anti-Social Behaviour Bill

    No.2, August

    pp. 104-111

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Parenting Orders , Warnings and Reprimands and Age at Time of Offence -! Human Rights Considerations

    No.2, August

    pp. 112-120

     

    John Pitts

    What Do We Want? The SHAPE Campaign and the Reform of Youth Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 134-151

     

    Joanna Phoenix

    Rethinking Youth Prostitution: National Provision at the Margins of Child Protection and Youth Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 152-168

     

    Stewart Collins

    Young People, Alcohol and Supervision Orders

    No.3, December

    pp. 169-182

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Detention by YOT Workers , YOI Segregation Conditions and DTO Enforcement - A Cluster of Custodial Concerns

    No.3, December

    pp. 183-191

     

    Youth Justice, 2004, Vol.4

     

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Bill Whyte

    Effectiveness, Research and Youth Justice

    No.1, April

    pp. 3-21

     

    Ido Weijers

    Requirements for Communication in the Courtroom: A Comparative Perspective on the Youth Court in England/Wales and The Netherlands

    No.1, April

    pp. 22-31

     

    Harriet Pierpoint

    A Survey of Volunteer Appropriate Adult Services in England and Wales

    No.1, April

    pp. 32-45

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Orders in Respect of Anti- social Behaviour: Recent Judicial Developments

    No.1, April

    pp. 46-54

     

    Mike Nellis

    The "Tracking" Controversy: The Roots of Mentoring and Electronic Monitoring

    No.2, August

    pp. 77-99

     

    Derrick Armstrong

    A Risky Business? Research, Policy, Governmentality and Youth Offending

    No.2, August

    pp. 100-116

     

    Kevin Haines, Stephen Case

    Promoting Prevention: A Multi- agency Initiative to Prevent Youth Offending Through Consultation in Swansea Schools

    No.2, August

    pp. 117-132

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Financial Orders Against Parents: Falling Down on Obligations?

    No.2, August

    pp. 133-142

     

    Helen Masson, Simon Hackett

    The Extent and Nature of Work with Adolescents Who Have Sexual Behaviour Problems: Findings from a Survey of Youth Offending Teams in England and Wales

    No.3, December

    pp. 160-177

     

    Mark Smith, Ian Milligan

    The Expansion of Secure Accommodation in Scotland: in the Best Interests of the Child?

    No.3, December

    pp. 178-190

     

    Brian Williams

    Restorative Justice and Incarcerated Young Offenders

    No.3, December

    pp. 191-203

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: The Ambit of ISSP as a Community Sentence and Children in Care: Conflict of Interest in ASBO Applications

    No.3, December

    pp. 204-219

     

    Youth Justice, 2005, Vol.5

     

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    Title

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    Roger Smith

    Welfare versus Justice- Again!

    No.1, April

    pp. 3-16

     

    Robin Moore

    The Use of Electronic and Human Surveillance in a Multi- Modal Programme

    No.1, April

    pp. 17-32

     

    Vincenzo Scalia

    A Lesson in Tolerance? Juvenile Justice in Italy

    No.1, April

    pp. 33-43

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Trial Venue and Sentencing for Sexual Aggression by under-15s and Associated Developments

    No.1, April

    pp. 44-54

     

    Barry Goldson

    Child Imprisonment: A Case for Abolition

    No.2, August

    pp. 77-90

     

    Tim Bateman

    Reducing Child Imprisonment: A Systemic Challenge

    No.2, August

    pp. 91-105

     

    Kerry Baker

    Assessment in Youth Justice: Professional Discretion and the Use of Asset

    No.2, August

    pp. 106-122

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Developments in Sentencing Young Sexual Offenders

    No.2, August

    pp. 123-130

     

    John Pitts, Tarja Kuula

    Incarcerating Young People: An Anglo- Finnish Comparison

    No.3, December

    pp. 147-164

     

    Jenny Cann, Louise Falshaw, Caroline Friendship

    Understanding What Works : Accredited Cognitive Skills Programmes for Young Offenders

    No.3, December

    pp. 165-179

     

    Janet Jamieson

    New Labour, Youth Justice and the Question of Respect

    No.3, December

    pp. 180-193

     

    Nigel Stone

    Developments in Response to Youthful Anti- Social Behaviour

    No.3, December

    pp. 194-203

     

    Youth Justice, 2006, Vol.6

     

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    Title

    number

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    Colin Webster, Robert MacDonald, Mark Simpson

    Predicting Criminality? Risk Factors, Neighbourhood Influence and Desistance

    No.1, April

    pp. 7-22

     

    Tim Newburn, Michael Shiner

    Young People, Mentoring and Social Inclusion

    No.1, April

    pp. 23-41

     

    Laura Piacentini, Reece Walters

    The Politicization of Youth Crime in Scotland and the Rise of the Burberry Court

    No.1, April

    pp. 43-59

     

    Nigel Stone

    Entering the Labyrinth: Sentencing the Dangerous Young Offender

    No.1, April

    pp. 61-69

     

    Barry Goldson, John Muncie

    Rethinking Youth Justice: Comparative Analysis, International Human Rights and Research Evidence

    No.2, August

    pp. 91-106

     

    David Nelken

    Italian Juvenile Justice: Tolerance, Leniency or Indulgence?

    No.2, August

    pp. 107-128

     

    Brian Stout

    Is Diversion the Appropriate Emphasis for South African Child Justice?

    No.2, August

    pp. 129-142

     

    Nigel Stone

    Into the Labyrinth via the Morass: Issues for Youth Courts in Dealing with Gravity and Dangerousness

    No.2, August

    pp. 143-152

     

    Stephen Case

    Young People At Risk of What? Challenging Risk- focused Early Intervention as Crime Prevention

    No.3, December

    pp. 171-179

     

    David Wilson

    Some Reflections on Researching with Young Black People and the Youth Justice System

    No.3, December

    pp. 181-193

     

    Joe Yates

    You Just Don t Grass : Youth, Crime and Grassing in a Working Class Community

    No.3, December

    pp. 195-210

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Enforcement of Anti- social Behaviour Orders and Discretion in Provision of Secure PACE Accommodation

    No.3, December

    pp. 211-218

     

    Youth Justice, 2007, Vol.7

     

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Reece Walters, Rona Woodward

    Punishing Poor Parents : Respect , Responsibility and Parenting Orders in Scotland

    No.1, April

    pp. 5-20

     

    Max Travers

    Sentencing in the Children s Court: An Ethnographic Perspective

    No.1, April

    pp. 21-35

     

    Jane Hill

    Daring to Dream: Towards an Understanding of Young Black People s Reflections Post- custody

    No.1, April

    pp. 37-51

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary- Youthful Sex: Experimentation, Expression of Affection or Exploitation?

    No.1, April

    pp. 53-63

     

    Stephen Case

    Questioning the `Evidence' of Risk that Underpins Evidence- led Youth Justice Interventions

    No.2, August

    pp. 91-105

     

    Janice McGhee, Lorraine Waterhouse

    Classification in Youth Justice and Child Welfare: In Search of `the Child'

    No.2, August

    pp. 107-120

     

    Malcolm Hill, Moira Walker, Kristina Moodie, Brendan Wallace, Jon Bannister, Furzana Khan, Gill McIvor, Andrew Kendrick

    More Haste, Less Speed? An Evaluation of Fast Track Policies to Tackle Persistent Youth Offending in Scotland

    No.2, August

    pp. 121-137

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary `Robbery: Applying the New Guidance' and `Remittal to the Youth Court: Sometime, Never?

    No.2, August

    pp. 139-147

     

    Ross Fergusson

    Making Sense of the Melting Pot: Multiple Discourses in Youth Justice Policy

    No.3, December

    pp. 179-194

     

    Lyn Hinds

    Building Police- Youth Relationships: The Importance of Procedural Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 195-209

     

    Feyishola Apena

    Being Black and in Trouble: The Role of Self- perception in the Offending Behaviour of Black Youth

    No.3, December

    pp. 211-228

     

    Nigel Stone

    Warn or Prosecute? Policy, the Exercise of Discretion and Judicial Review

    No.3, December

    pp. 229-235

     

    Youth Justice, 2008, Vol.8

     

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    Kevin Haines, Stephen Case

    The Rhetoric and Reality of the 'Risk Factor Prevention Paradigm' Approach to Preventing and Reducing Youth Offending

    No.1, April

    pp. 5-20

     

    Hazel Kemshall

    Risks, Rights and Justice: Understanding and Responding to Youth Risk

    No.1, April

    pp. 21-37

     

    Ursula Kilkelly

    Youth Courts and Children's Rights: The Irish Experience

    No.1, April

    pp. 39-56

     

    Joanna Sadler

    Implementing the Youth 'Anti- social Behaviour' Agenda: Policing the Ashton Estate

    No.1, April

    pp. 57-73

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Accommodation, Services and Support: Local Authority Responsibilities under the Children Act 1989

    No.1, April

    pp. 75-82

     

    John Muncie

    The `Punitive Turn' in Juvenile Justice: Cultures of Control and Rights Compliance in Western Europe and the USA

    No.2, August

    pp. 107-121

     

    Charlotte Walsh

    The Mosquito: A Repellent Response

    No.2, August

    pp. 122-133

     

    Iain Darker, Harriet Ward, Laura Caulfield

    An Analysis of Offending by Young People Looked After by Local Authorities

    No.2, August

    pp. 134-148

     

    Rob White

    Disputed Definitions and Fluid Identities: The Limitations of Social Profiling In Relation to Ethnic Youth Gangs

    No.2, August

    pp. 149-161

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: `Best Foot Forward': Fairness, Assistance and Support for Children in Anticipation of Early Release

    No.2, August

    pp. 162-171

     

    Ursula Kilkelly

    Youth Justice and Children's Rights: Measuring Compliance with International Standards

    No.3, December

    pp. 187-192

     

    Thomas Hammarberg

    A Juvenile Justice Approach Built on Human Rights Principles

    No.3, December

    pp. 193-196

     

    Claire Morris

    Developing a Juvenile Justice System in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Rights, Diversion and Alternatives

    No.3, December

    pp. 197-213

     

    Nessa Lynch

    Youth Justice in New Zealand: A Children's Rights Perspective

    No.3, December

    pp. 215-228

     

    Kathryn Hollingsworth

    Protecting Rights at the Margins of Youth Justice in England and Wales: Intensive Fostering, Custody and Leaving Custody

    No.3, December

    pp. 229-244

     

    Una Convery, Deena Haydon, Linda Moore, Phil Scraton

    Children, Rights and Justice in Northern Ireland: Community and Custody

    No.3, December

    pp. 245-263

     

    Youth Justice, 2009, Vol.9

     

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    Adam Crawford

    Criminalizing Sociability through Anti- social Behaviour Legislation: Dispersal Powers, Young People and the Police

    No.1, April

    pp. 5-26

     

    Shannon A. Moore, Richard C. Mitchell

    Rights- based Restorative Justice: Evaluating Compliance with International Standards

    No.1, April

    pp. 27-43

     

    Alex Sutherland

    The "Scaled Approach" in Youth Justice: Fools Rush In

    No.1, April

    pp. 44-60

     

    Alan Farrier, Lynn Froggett, Dina Poursanidou

    Offender- based Restorative Justice and Poetry: Reparation or Wishful Thinking?

    No.1, April

    pp. 61-76

     

    Nigel Stone

    Raised Expectations, Flawed Discretion and Abuse of Process in Diversion and Provision of Accommodation

    No.1, April

    pp. 77-86

     

    Paul O'Mahony

    The Risk Factors Prevention Paradigm and the Causes of Youth Crime: A Deceptively Useful Analysis?

    No.2, August

    pp. 99-114

     

    Cathy Murray

    Typologies of Young Resisters and Desisters

    No.2, August

    pp. 115-129

     

    Jenneke Christiaens, An Nuytiens

    Transfer of Juvenile Offenders to Adult Court in Belgium: Critical Reflections on the Reform of a Moderate Practice

    No.2, August

    pp. 131-142

     

    Sue Penna, Stuart Kirby

    Children and the "New Biopolitics of Control": Identification, Identity and Social Order

    No.2, August

    pp. 143-156

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary- Beyond "Lenience": Personal Mitigation in Youth Justice

    No.2, August

    pp. 157-169

     

    Gilly Sharpe, Loraine Gelsthorpe

    Engendering the Agenda: Girls, Young Women and Youth Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 195-208

     

    Loraine Gelsthorpe, Anne Worrall

    Looking for Trouble: A Recent History of Girls, Young Women and Youth Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 209-223

     

    Tara Young

    Girls and Gangs: Shemale Gangsters in the UK?

    No.3, December

    pp. 224-238

     

    Sunita Toor

    British Asian Girls, Crime and Youth Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 239-253

     

    Gilly Sharpe

    The Trouble with Girls Today: Professional Perspectives on Young Women s Offending

    No.3, December

    pp. 254-269

     

    Michele Burman, Susan A. Batchelor

    Between Two Stools? Responding to Young Women who Offend

    No.3, December

    pp. 270-285

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Children on the Sex Offenders Register: Proportionality, Prospect of Change and Article 8 Rights

    No.3, December

    pp. 286-294

     

    Youth Justice, 2010, Vol.10

     

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    Alida V. Merlo, Peter J. Benekos

    Is Punitive Juvenile Justice Policy Declining in the United States? A Critique of Emergent Initiatives

    No.1, April

    pp. 3-24

     

    Jonathan Ilan

    If You Don t Let Us In, We ll Get Arrested : Class- cultural Dynamics in the Provision of, and Resistance to, Youth Justice Work

    No.1, April

    pp. 25-39

     

    Julia Broeking, Michele Peterson-Badali

    The Extent and Nature of Parents Involvement in Canadian Youth Justice Proceedings

    No.1, April

    pp. 40-55

     

    Dorothy Bottrell, Derrick Armstrong, Alan France

    Young People s Relations to Crime: Pathways across Ecologies

    No.1, April

    pp. 56-72

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary- Developments in Determining Mode of Trial for Grave Allegations

    No.1, April

    pp. 73-83

     

    Carla Cesaroni, Michele Peterson-Badali

    Understanding the Adjustment of Incarcerated Young Offenders: A Canadian Example

    No.2, August

    pp. 107-125

     

    Sinead Freeman, Mairead Seymour

    Just Waiting : The Nature and Effect of Uncertainty on Young People in Remand Custody in Ireland

    No.2, August

    pp. 126-142

     

    Mark Drakeford, Lee Gregory

    Transforming Time: A New Tool for Youth Justice

    No.2, August

    pp. 143-156

     

    Hannah Smithson, Aidan Wilcox, Leanne Monchuk

    Current Responses to Youth Racially Motivated Offending

    No.2, August

    pp. 157-173

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary. Special Measures for Child Defendants: A Decade of Developments

    No.2, August

    pp. 174-185

     

    David Prior, Paul Mason

    A Different Kind of Evidence? Looking for What Works in Engaging Young Offenders

    No.3, December

    pp. 211-226

     

    Pamela Cox

    Juvenile Justice Reform and Policy Convergence in the New Vietnam

    No.3, December

    pp. 227-244

     

    Tarja Poso, Manu Kitinoja, Taru Kekoni

    Locking Up for the Best Interests of the Child- Some Preliminary Remarks on Special Care

    No.3, December

    pp. 245-257

     

    Ross Deuchar

    It s Just Pure Harassment... As If It s a Crime to Walk in the Street : Anti-social Behaviour, Youth Justice and Citizenship The Reality for Young Men in the East End of Glasgow

    No.3, December

    pp. 258-274

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary- Penality and Proportionality in Response to Less Serious Youthful Offending in School and Elsewhere: An Anglo- American Comparative Exercise

    No.3, December

    pp. 275-290

     

    Youth Justice, 2011, Vol.11

     

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    Barry Goldson

    Time for a Fresh Start , but is this it? A Critical Assessment of The Report of the Independent Commission on Youth Crime and Antisocial Behaviour

    No.1, April

    pp. 3-27

     

    Vicky Kemp, Pascoe Pleasence, Nigel J. Balmer

    Children, Young People and Requests for Police Station Legal Advice: 25 years on from PACE

    No.1, April

    pp. 28-46

     

    Caroline Lanskey

    Promise or Compromise? Education for Young People in Secure Institutions in England

    No.1, April

    pp. 47-60

     

    Margaret S. Malloch, Cheryl Burgess

    Responding to Young Runaways: Problems of Risk and Responsibility

    No.1, April

    pp. 61-76

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Light at the End of the Tunnel? Developments in Sentencing the Dangerous Young Offender

    No.1, April

    pp. 77-89

     

    Tim Bateman

    We Now Breach More Kids in a Week Than We Used to in a Whole Year : The Punitive Turn, Enforcement and Custody

    No.2, August

    pp. 115-133

     

    Christopher A. Mallett, Patricia Stoddard-Dare, Mamadou M. Seck

    Explicating Correlates of Juvenile Offender Detention Length: The Impact of Race, Mental Health Difficulties, Maltreatment, Offense Type, and Court Dispositions

    No.2, August

    pp. 134-149

     

    Simon Hoffman, Stuart Macdonald

    Tackling Youth Anti- social Behaviour in Devolving Wales: A Study of the Tiered Approach in Swansea

    No.2, August

    pp. 150-167

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary Breaking the Cycle: A Serviceable Vehicle for Reform?

    No.2, August

    pp. 168-179

     

    Angela Dwyer

    It s Not Like We re Going to Jump Them : How Transgressing Heteronormativity Shapes Police Interactions with LGBT Young People

    No.3, December

    pp. 203-220

     

    Claire Fitzpatrick

    What is the Difference between Desistance and Resilience ? Exploring the Relationship between Two Key Concepts

    No.3, December

    pp. 221-234

     

    Patricia Gray

    Youth Custody, Resettlement and the Right to Social Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 235-249

     

    Alex Newbury

    I Would Have Been Able to Hear What They Think : Tensions in Achieving Restorative Outcomes in the English Youth Justice System

    No.3, December

    pp. 250-265

     

    Nigel Stone

    The Sexting Quagmire: Criminal Justice Responses to Adolescents Electronic Transmission of Indecent Images in the UK and the USA

    No.3, December

    pp. 266-281

     

    Youth Justice, 2012, Vol.12

     

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    Liz Campbell, Nessa Lynch

    Competing Paradigms? The Use of DNA Powers in Youth Justice

    No.1, April

    pp. 3-18

     

    Simon Flacks

    Youth Justice Reform: Redressing Age Discrimination against Children?

    No.1, April

    pp. 19-35

     

    Tim Bateman

    Who Pulled the Plug? Towards an Explanation of the Fall in Child Imprisonment in England and Wales

    No.1, April

    pp. 36-52

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Juveniles with Adult Co- Accused: Venue for Trial and Sentence

    No.1, April

    pp. 53-63

     

    Tim Bateman

    Youth Justice News

    No.1, April

    pp. 64-75

     

    Johan Put, Inge Vanfraechem, Lode Walgrave

    Restorative Dimensions in Belgian Youth Justice

    No.2, August

    pp. 83-100

     

    Laura Kelly

    Representing and Preventing Youth Crime and Disorder: Intended and Unintended Consequences of Targeted Youth Programmes in England

    No.2, August

    pp. 101-117

     

    Roberta Evans

    Parenting Orders: The Parents Attend Yet the Kids Still Offend

    No.2, August

    pp. 118-133

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Responding to Riot: Lessons from August 2011

    No.2, August

    pp. 134-143

     

    Michael Adorjan, Wing Hong Chui

    Children Raping Children: Penal Elitism and the Contested Innocence Frame in Hong Kong

    No.3, December

    pp. 167-183

     

    Greg Brooks, Roger Tarling

    Boosting the Reading Levels and Attitudes of Young People who have Offended: A Review of the Evidence and the Lessons Learnt from an Evaluation of TextNow

    No.3, December

    pp. 184-198

     

    Carla Cesaroni, Steven Downing, Shahid Alvi

    Bullying Enters the 21st Century? Turning a Critical Eye to Cyber- bullying Research

    No.3, December

    pp. 199-211

     

    Kevin Haines, Stephen Case

    Is the Scaled Approach a Failed Approach?

    No.3, December

    pp. 212-228

     

    Fernanda Fonseca Rosenblatt

    A Youth Justice Approach to the Street Children Phenomenon in Brazil: A Critical Review

    No.3, December

    pp. 229-244

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary A Sorry Tale : Forcible Physical Restraint of Children in Custody

    No.3, December

    pp. 245-257

     

    Youth Justice, 2013, Vol.13

     

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    Olayinka Atilola

    Juvenile/ Youth Justice Management in Nigeria: Making a Case for Diversion Programmes

    No.1, April

    pp. 3-16

     

    Damon B. Briggs

    Conceptualising Risk and Need: The Rise of Actuarialism and the Death of Welfare? Practitioner Assessment and Intervention in the Youth Offending Service

    No.1, April

    pp. 17-30

     

    Ross Fergusson

    Risk, responsibilities and rights: Reassessing the economic causes of crime thesis in a recession

    No.1, April

    pp. 31-56

     

    Timo Harrikari

    Securitizing Childhood- Childhood and Youth in Finnish Crime Prevention Programmes

    No.1, April

    pp. 57-72

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary: Prosecuting Trafficked Children

    No.1, April

    pp. 73-84

     

    Tim Bateman

    Youth Justice News

    No.1, April

    pp. 85-96

     

    Enys Delmage

    The Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility: A Medico- Legal Perspective

    No.2, August

    pp. 102-110

     

    Barry Goldson

    Unsafe, Unjust and Harmful to Wider Society : Grounds for Raising the Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility in England and Wales

    No.2, August

    pp. 111-130

     

    Michael E Lamb, Megan PY Sim

    Developmental Factors Affecting Children in Legal Contexts

    No.2, August

    pp. 131-144

     

    Claire McDiarmid

    An Age of Complexity: Children and Criminal Responsibility in Law

    No.2, August

    pp. 145-160

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary Sentencing Youths: Distinctiveness and Individualism

    No.2, August

    pp. 161-170

     

    Joe Cottrell-Boyce

    Ending Gang and Youth Violence: A Critique

    No.3, December

    pp. 193-206

     

    Dorothy Dillard

    Limited Disproportionate Minority Contact Discourse may Explain Limited Progress in Reducing Minority Over-representation in the US Juvenile Justice System

    No.3, December

    pp. 207-217

     

    Randolph R. Myers

    The Biographical and Psychic Consequences of Welfare Inaction for Young Women in Trouble with the Law

    No.3, December

    pp. 218-233

     

    Rick Ruddell, Justin Gileno

    Lifers Admitted as Juveniles in the Canadian Prison Population

    No.3, December

    pp. 234-248

     

    Nigel Stone

    Pursuing UN Compliance: A Youth Protection Order?

    No.3, December

    pp. 249-257

     

    Youth Justice, 2014, Vol.14

     

     

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    Tim Goddard

    The Indeterminacy of the Risk Factor Prevention Paradigm: A Case Study of Community Partnerships Implementing Youth and Gang Violence Prevention Policy

    No.1

    pp. 3-21

     

    Deborah H. Drake, Ross Fergusson, Damon B. Briggs

    Hearing new voices: Re- viewing Youth Justice Policy through Practitioners Relationships with Young People

    No.1

    pp. 22-39

     

    Raymond R. Corrado, Sarah Kuehn, Irina Margaritescu

    Policy Issues Regarding the Overrepresentation of Incarcerated Aboriginal Young Offenders in a Canadian Context

    No.1

    pp. 40-62

     

    Catherine Beal

    Insider Accounts of the Move to the Outside: Two Young People Talk about their Transitions from Secure Institutions

    No.1

    pp. 63-76

     

    Nigel Stone

    Older Child or Near- Adult? Resolving Age Boundary Quandaries

    No.1

    pp. 77-88

     

    Roger Smith

    Re- inventing Diversion

    No.1

    pp. 109-121

     

    Kelly Richards

    Blurred Lines: Reconsidering the Concept of 'Diversion' in Youth Justice Systems in Australia

    No.2

    pp. 122-139

     

    Karen Cushing

    Diversion from Prosecution for Young People in England and Wales- Reconsidering the Mandatory Admission Criteria

    No.2

    pp. 140-153

     

    Alistair Fraser, Colin Atkinson

    Making Up Gangs: Looping, Labelling and the New Politics of Intelligence- led Policing

    No.2

    pp. 154-170

     

    Tara Young, Wendy Fitzgibbon, Daniel Silverstone

    A Question of Family? Youth and Gangs

    No.2

    pp. 171-185

     

    Nigel Stone

    Legal Commentary General Deterrence: A Valid Objective in Youth Justice?

    No.2

    pp. 186-191

     

    Ursula Kilkelly

    Diverging or Emerging from Law? The Practice of Youth Justice in Ireland

    No.3

    pp. 212-225

     

    Deena Haydon

    Early Intervention for the Prevention of Offending in Northern Ireland

    No.3

    pp. 226-240

     

    Siobhan McAlister, Nicola Carr

    Experiences of Youth Justice: Youth Justice Discourses and Their Multiple Effects

    No.3

    pp. 241-254

     

    Mary-Louise Corr

    Young People's Offending Careers and Criminal Justice Contact: A Case for Social Justice

    No.3

    pp. 255-268

     

    Ken Harland, Sam McCready

    Rough Justice: Considerations on the Role of Violence, Masculinity, and the Alienation of Young Men in Communities and Peacebuilding Processes in Northern Ireland

    No.3

    pp. 269-283

     

    Nigel Stone

    Developments in the Management and Ethos of Secure and Custodial Accommodation

    No.3

    pp. 284-293

     

    Youth Justice, 2015, Vol.15

     

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    Paul Chaney

    Popularism and Punishment or Rights and Rehabilitation? Electoral Discourse and Structural Policy Narratives on Youth Justice: Westminster Elections, 1964- 2010

    No.1

    pp. 23-41

     

    Sonya Goshe

    Moving Beyond the Punitive Legacy: Taking Stock of Persistent Problems in Juvenile Justice

    No.1

    pp. 42-56

     

    Ross Deuchar, Johanne Miller, Mark Barrow

    Breaking Down Barriers with the Usual Suspects: Findings from a Research-informed Intervention with Police, Young People and Residents in the West of Scotland

    No.1

    pp. 57-75

     

    Alesa Liles, Stacy C. Moak

    Changing Juvenile Justice Policy in Response to the US Supreme Court: Implementing Miller v. Alabama

    No.1

    pp. 76-92