Whatoccurred to develop more efficient institutional managementtechniques to improve the social control of institutional residents?
Cafeteriasizes were increased to force social interaction.
Thenumber of cottage parents decreased to build stronger socialrelationships with the residents.
Cottageparents were replaced by staff members commonly called youthsupervisors, youth leaders, cottage supervisors, group supervisors,or group-care workers.
Moreuniversal recreational activities were implemented to increasepositive social interaction among residents.
Whichof the following short-term confinements appears to be more like anadult jail?
Medium-securitytraining schools are typically designed with which following type offloor plan?
AlicePropper`s study found that __ was just as prevalent in co-edas in single-sex training schools.
__centers act as temporary holding places for juveniles as analternative to jail.
Genderinequality, disproportionate minority contact, and __ are themost troubling aspects of juvenile institutionalization.
Whatis the trend in the number of juveniles being held in jail as adultsover the last several years?
Ithas been decreasing.
Ithas been increasing.
Ithas stayed the same.
Theamount of juveniles held as adults fluctuates greatly.
Whatdid the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act (1974) andamended in 1980 mandate?
Theestablishment of juvenile prisons for long-term confinement
Theremoval of juveniles from adult prisons in exchange for federalfunding
Theestablishment of schools in all prisons, adult or juvenile
Theability of parents to visit juveniles in lockup, regardless of theseverity of the crime
Whichof the following short-term confinements provides more extensiveprogramming and involvement between the residents and the staff, tokeep the offenders stable?
Accordingto the textbook, how many private training schools compared to publicfacilities held offenders in 2003?
Bartollas,C., & Miller, S.J. (2011). Juvenilejustice in America(6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.