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How should justice policy treat young offenders?


The MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience

Resumen

At least since the early 1900s, the justice system in the United States has recognized that juvenile offenders are not the same as adults, and has tried to incorporate those differences into law and policy. But only in recent decades have behavioral scientists and neuroscientists, along with policymakers, looked rigorously at developmental differences, seeking answers to two overarching questions: Are young offenders, purely by virtue of their immaturity, different from older individuals who commit crimes? And if they are, how should justice policy take this into account?

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América del Norte - Estados Unidos

Año Idioma

2017 Inglés

Categoria Tipo

Publicaciones Investigación

Palabras clave

Infractores, Justicia, Juvenil, Mental, Niño

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