You will prepare and submit a term paper on Recidivism among Juvenile Offenders. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length. The following are some of the important bibliographic  .references that will be used in this study:
Ashkar, P. J. and Kenny, D. T. (2008). “Views from the inside: Young offenders’ subjective experiences of incarceration.”,  .International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative
This study set out to examine the incarceration experiences of juvenile offenders in a maximum-security detention facility. Using the phenomenological descriptive methodology, semi-structured interviews were carried out with 16 adolescent male detainees and recorded on audio cassettes. The study found that there was the inadequate provision of services and rehabilitative programming at these prisons. while the incarceration experience placed detainees in a state of readiness for positive change, it failed to provide them with the necessary skills to actually bring about and sustain this change. This study corroborates the findings of other studies of offenders in juvenile prisons about the inadequacy of rehabilitative measures for offenders, to prevent recidivism.
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2. De La Torre, Adela (1997). “Rescuing lives without hope: Smaller classes, sports programs, jobs, church involvement: These are possible solutions to juvenile crime.”, Los Angeles Times:7 (June 18, 1997).
This newspaper article is based upon the views of Adela de la Torre, the director of the Mexican American Studies and Research Center at the University of Arizona. The author met with a group of violent juvenile offenders in a group activity area and spoke to them. Based on his discussions with these delinquents, the author discusses possible causes for juvenile delinquency and the measures that could be applied in addressing the rising incidence of violent crime among young people. This article underscores the importance of addressing societal problems such as poverty and lack of adequate educational and other resources to gainfully engage adolescents.