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Juvenile Delinquency: An Integrated Approach, Second Edition offers a comprehensive introduction to juvenile delinquency. Now in a more concise and accessible format, this text cultivates an understanding of juvenile delinquency by examining and linking key sociological and criminological theories and research. Biological and psychological approaches to delinquency are covered, as well as responses to delinquent behavior including prevention, early intervention, and contemporary juvenile justice.Key Features:New research and updated delinquency and juvenile justice data, provide the most current information and statistics.New chapters on delinquency prevention and intervention, and the "delinquent event" offer a larger breadth of topics covered.New changes in the juvenile justice thought and practice, including the growing popularity of more punitive approaches to delinquency, and a reawakening of the "rehabilitative ideal." Forthcoming Instructor Resources include a TestBank and PowerPoint Presentations.