By Roger J.R. Levesque
This ebook reports huge social adjustments affecting early life improvement and the inconsistency of the criminal method in updating its method of kids’ rights. felony specialists learn present adolescent protections and supply research-based proposals for revising legislation that underserve or criminalize adolescence less than the rubric of safeguard. targeting the foremost components of expertise and media, schooling, and private relationships, chapters speak about criminal responses to a variety of demanding situations impacting youth, together with sexual exploitation, the correct to privateness, army kin matters, and the school-to-prison pipeline. The book’s nuanced idea of criminal safety credit adolescence with better competence than at the moment afforded, in wish that kids can take extra possession in their evolving lives in a speedily altering society.
Topics featured during this quantity include:
- How to stability freedom of expression with young people’ correct to info security. The sexualization of media and its results on early life attitudes and behaviors.
- The emerging phenomenon of youngster sexting.
- Protecting scholars’ sexual identification in inner most colleges.
- Youth intercourse and hard work trafficking and attainable ideas to relieve the frequent crime.
Adolescents, quick Social swap, and the Law is a must have source for researchers and professors, clinicians and comparable execs in addition to graduate scholars in developmental psychology, relations reports, public well-being, academic coverage and politics, and social policy.
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Extra resources for Adolescents, Rapid Social Change, and the Law: The Transforming Nature of Protection
Adolescents’ rights that have been recognized remain highly nuanced, often unknown, and frequently not protective of adolescents’ interests. The problem that this poses for reform efforts is that more effective adolescents’ rights also will be highly nuanced, difﬁcult to make broadly known, and as a result, a challenge to be as protective as hoped. For example, the suggested reforms emerging from each chapter highlight quite different ways to protect adolescents’ rights. Some emphasize the need to treat adolescents more like children in need of protection, others urge offering a level of protection more often associated with adults, still others opt for protecting adolescents by treating them like adolescents— neither as children nor as adults.
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Jenkins et al. (2009) call this a “participatory culture,” where there are 1. relatively low barriers to artistic expression and civic engagement, 2. strong support for creating and sharing creations with others, 3. some type of informal mentorship whereby what is known by the most experienced is passed along to novice, 4. members who believe that their contributions matter, and 5. members who feel some degree of social connection with one another (Jenkins et al. 2009, pp. 5–6). Nonetheless, technologies, such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones allow youth subsumed under the participatory culture to perform many of their everyday tasks online: anything from studying and working to socializing with those within their networks and even to simply have fun (Davies and Eynon 2013).