Annotated Bibliography – System of FBI

AnnotatedBibliography – System of FBI

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Corriero,M. A. (2006). Judgingchildren as children: A proposal for a juvenile justice system.

Philadelphia:Temple University Press.

Behavioralscientists and psychologists educate us that behavioral pattern,attitudes as well as character are changeable and one cannot changewhen he grows older. Psychologists have discovered that children getto know their moral code as well as change their character when therespond to a reward and punishment system. Consequently, disciplininga child plays a pertinent task in child’s development. Childrenneed discipline so that they can learn and they also should also bedisciplined when they commit crimes. Children should be disciplinedfor their crimes as soon as possible. This is a good source since itis not biased and can reliable upon. This source was instrumentalsince it has helped me change the way I think about the juveniles.

NIJ.(2014). Fromjuvenile delinquency to young adult offending: Strengthen scienceadvance justice.Retrieved fromhttp://nij.gov/topics/crime/Pages/delinquency-to-adult-offending.aspx

Thisarticle explains how one moves from juvenile delinquency to being ayoung adult offender. Some of the topics covered include, age-crimecurve, categories of offender, preventive actions, financial benefitsas well as intervention costs, research as well as policyrecommendations. This is a quality source since it has illustratedhow one move from being a juvenile delinquent to a young adultoffender. This source is very objective.

NoloLaw for all. (2014) Juveniledelinquency: What happens in a juvenile case?Retrieved fromhttp://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/juvenile-delinquency-what-happens-typical-case-32223.html

Thisarticle explains what happens in juvenile cases. Some of the topicsinclude how the police deal with the juveniles and when juveniles goto court. This article is different from the rest since it explainshow police handle juveniles and how the cases are conducted. It is areliable article.

OJJDP.(2001). School violence: An overview. JuvenileJustice,2(1) 1-40. Retrieved from

https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/ojjdp/188158.pdf

Thisjournal is about school violence. Some of the topics covered includeconflict resolution, establishing safe schools, as well as justicematters. This source is different from other since it is aboutschools. The source is very objective and very reliable.

Roberts,C. (2014). Juveniledelinquency: Cause and effect.Retrieved from

http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/2000/2/00.02.05.x.html

Thisarticle has clearly illustrated the causes and effects of juveniledelinquency in the society. Some of the topics covered include who isjuvenile, what are juvenile crime and the juvenile court. This is aquality source and it has explained both the causes and effects ofjuvenile delinquency. The article can be relied upon and it veryobjective.

Siegel,L. J. (2008). Criminology.Belmont: Cengage Learning.

Effectiveparenting helps to reduce the effects of both social (delinquentpeers) and individual (emotional problems) forces, which encouragedelinquent behaviors. Children who are at risk of delinquency becauseof neurological syndromes like attention disorder hyperactivitydisorder (ADHD) or personality have better prognosis when they geteffective and supportive parenting. Topic covered in this book touchon how criminals behave. In comparison with other sources, it isreliable since it is not biased and has covered all the detailsrequired.

UN.(2003). Juvenile delinquency: World Youth Report. UnitedNations.Retrieved from http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unyin/documents/ch07.pdf

Thisarticle talks about the best approaches as well as measures that canbe used to prevent juvenile delinquency. It also illustrates factorsas well as condition that result in formation of delinquenttrajectories. Some of the topics covered include regional aspects ofdelinquency. This source is very reliable and it has explained allthe factors that prompt juvenile delinquency. It has helped improvedmy understanding of factors that prompt juvenile delinquency.