Youth Work And Anti Social Behaviour Criminology Essay

The purpose of this research is to investigate and explore whether youth work helps in preventing Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) amongst young people. It is a worthwhile task to research this specific area as there is little published research on the contribution of youth work in preventing ASB. The research was conducted using young people and […]

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Zero Tolerance Policing

Within modern society the contemporary debate from the population is, ‘what do we want from our police forces and what is an acceptable level of performance should be in terms of fairness and effectiveness of today’s policing. Bowling (2007) in his research study outlined the importance of ‘zero tolerance policing and ‘problem orientated policing’ within […]

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Youth gang culture and publics perception of gangs

It is the intention of the following literature review to focus upon the gang and focus in detail on youth gang culture and look in detail the media coverage in relation to knife crime, the public perception of the ‘gang’. To discuss why young people become involved in gangs and to discover during this literature […]

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Youth Gangs And Youth Violence Criminology Essay

To believe that the existence of youth gangs and juvenile violence is a myth is to believe that its causes are also fictional. But what is so fictional about this reality? There is no denying that there are gangs, brought about by many of America’s youth, who wants a quick fix in life. Studies back […]

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Does The Hip Hop Culture Influence Youth Gangs?

Gang violence and the use of violent weapons have been highlighted by the media recently. The government have initiated aims in order to curb and deal with gang violence in the United Kingdom. In order deal with this issue, influencing factors have been acknowledged. This research explores the supposed influence that the hip hop culture […]

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Youth Justice And The Medias Society Criminology Essay

This essay will start by highlighting how the media may shape society’s response to young people who break the law through the moral panic model. The media’s role will be outlined and youth crime data summarised. The urban disturbances of the early 1990s and the death of James Bulger will both be discussed in turn. […]

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Youth offending: principles and case studies

Part B Fundamental principles/ important sentencing Instructions We are uncertain whether to treat young offenders as children requiring help and guidance or as morally responsible agents who deserve to be punished (Smith, 2005). Finding the balance between the two may be the answer. Many different jurisdictions have different procedure for dealing with juveniles then adults. […]

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Why women should choose to reintegrate into a society

This major question raised in 2006 is perhaps one of the foremost concerns of Pat Carlen’s feminist support. Strongly opposed to women in prison state of affairs, she is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading experts on crime, gender and punishment. [i]  Carlen has put through career as a Professor of Sociology at Bath […]

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Women And The Criminal Justice System

The aim of this work is to define the role factors such as gender, class, familial structure and prior victimization have in the awarding of justice to the female offender. It was found that the criminal justice system has traditionally been more lenient to the female offender based on two factors: gender and class and […]

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