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 The Effects of the Juvenile Crime Increase?

Answer In the United States, arrests of juveniles has been in decline since 1999. According to the United States Department of Justice, more than 2 million juveniles were arrested in 2008. This number rep... Read More »
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Juvenile Crime & Punishment?

Many in society view juvenile offenders in a negative light. A common perception is that they are responsible for an ever-growing number of violent crimes. According to the Juvenile Offenders and V... Read More »
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The Effects of Juvenile IQ Testing?

IQ stands for "Intelligence Quotient," which is what an IQ test measures. According to DrPhil.com, one's score on an IQ test reflects how "smart" one is in relation to others. There are IQ tests fo... Read More »
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Effects of Crime in Society?

Crime is often glorified through movies and music. Crime happens in many forms and has different effects. Just about everyone in America has been exposed to some form of crime in their lifetimes, i... Read More »
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The Effects of Crime & Violence on School Children?

Of all acts of crime and violence committed among school-aged children, those that take place within schools are the most frequent, according to author Anne Garrett. In her book, "Keeping American ... Read More »
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