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Juvenile Behavior

Juvenile Behavior

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Published by Christopher Lane
Important Information about Juvenile Behavior in a Psychological/Sociological point of view.
Important Information about Juvenile Behavior in a Psychological/Sociological point of view.

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Published by: Christopher Lane on May 08, 2011
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Running head: JUVENILE BEHAVIOR 1
 
Running head: JUVENILE BEHAVIOR 2
Phase 5 Individual ProjectColorado Technical University OnlineCJUS285-1102A-01: Juvenile DelinquencyProfessor Steven Mardock Christopher B. Lane
 
Running head: JUVENILE BEHAVIOR 3
Abstract
I will be discussing some important information that is pertaining to the Colonial Period. I willbe discussing some key important facts that the Colonial Period carried out with extremepunishments to the offenders. These punishments that were use in our society from a long timeago will be considered as inhumane today. The 21
st
Century takes a different approach in bettereducating our juveniles to keep reoccurring circumstances from ever happening again. Thispaper will go into detail about the Psychological and Sociological explanations from differentauthors, and the conclusions they have come up with.

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