Residentiële justitiëele opvoeding en de houding van jongens ten opzichte van sociale grenzenDrost, J. Y., 2008, s.n.. 176 p.
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This study is concerned with institutional rearing or treatment of adolescents staying in imposed custody in closed judicial juvenile institutions with different methods of rearing and treatment. It concerns 12-23-year-old male adolescents with a civil or criminal measure. When an adolescent is admitted into a judicial treatment institution the Government interferes actively in the parents’ right to rear their children. By taking over the parents’ upbringing of a child by the governmental authorities it is assumed that institutional rearing will yield better results. Considerable effects of such state rearing may be expected. However, a meta-analysis of the effects of such institutional youth care (Harder et al., 2005) shows that hardly any relation is established between the contents of the treatment and its effectiveness. As a description of the applied interventions is often lacking, it is unclear on what basis the effectiveness is determined.
|Qualification||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
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