The Good Lives Model is an upcoming theoretical rehabilitation framework that is used increasingly in juvenile offender rehabilitation. This book provides in-depth knowledge about the Good Lives Model, its underlying theories, and how it differs from traditional rehabilitation methods. Furthermore it helps to gain a better understanding of the underlying causes of criminal behavior in juveniles, and the challenges they face in reintegrating into society. It combines state-of-the art theoretical literature reviews with both qualitative and quantitative scientific research methods to comprehensively assess the applicability of the Good Lives Model with adolescents. Juvenile Delinquency and Rehabilitation is a valuable book for professionals and researchers working in or studying the field of juvenile justice and youth care.
Binding : Hardback
Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
171mm x 246mm
Aantal pagina's :
Eleven international publishing
Datum publicatie : 05-2023
1 Introduction; 2 The Risk Need Responsivity Model vs. The Good Lives Model; 3 Theoretical and Empirical Background of GLM’s First Etiological Assumption; 4 Different Phase, Different Needs?; 5 Theoretical and Empirical Background of GLM’s Second Etiological Assumption; 6 Examining Direct and Indirect Pathways to Juvenile Delinquency in the General Population; 7 Examining Direct and Indirect Pathways to Juvenile Delinquency in Detained Adolescents; 8 Examining the Self-Perceived Pathways to Juvenile Delinquency in Detained Adolescents; 9 Theoretical and Empirical Background of the Pathways to Sustainable Desistance; 10 Examining the Pathways to Desistance in Detained Adolescents; 11 General Discussion: The GLM Applied to Adolescent Offenders
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