Issues

The British Journal of Community Justice (Volume 13: Issue 2)

Published
15/06/2015
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Issue contents

Editorial Comment

Jean Hine

Editorial: Taking Stock of Youth Justice

Article

Sarah Louise Holt

An Exploration of the Impacts That Experiencing Domestic Violence can Have on a Child’s Primary School Education: View of Educational Staff

Article

Ross Little

Putting Education at the Heart of Custody? The Views of Children on Education in a Young Offender Institution

Article

Dr Rachel Morris

“Youth Justice Practice is Just Messy” Youth Offending Team Practitioners: Culture and Identity

Article

Anne Robinson

Life Stories in Development: Thoughts on Narrative Methods with Young People

Article

Darrell Fox, Elaine Amull

Law and Order Conservatism and Youth Justice: Outcomes and Effects in Canada and England and Wales

Article

Dr Stephen Case, Sean Creaney, Jo Deakin, Professor Kevin Haines

Youth Justice: Past, Present and Future

Article

Susie Atherton

Community Courts to Address Youth Offending: A Lost Opportunity?

Sean Creaney, Roger Hopkins Burke

Youth Justice, Participation and Radical Moral Communitarianism

Article

Dr Nick Flynn, Ross Little

Community Justice Files 36

Review

Jake Phillips, Anne Robinson

Book Reviews (13.2)