Patching Up the Cracks: A Case Study of Juvenile Court Reform

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In Patching Up the Cracks sociologist Michael D. Grimes conducts a case study of the dependency portion of a "troubled" juvenile court. His study uncovers the importance of the larger institutional and social environment that surrounds the court--both its day-to-day operations and its capacity to adequately serve the needs of its clients.

Patching Up the Cracks: A Case Study of Juvenile Court Reform 2004, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780739108970

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