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Yoshikawa Hirokazu, 1994
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the effects of early family support and education prevention in curbing chronic juvenile delinquency and crime
Zigler Edward F., Taussig Cara, Black Kathryn, August, 1992
Peer Reviewed
In this article, we will review some of the known and suspected causes of juvenile delinquency and examine how they are addressed by general types of delinquency programs. The literature on pre- and posttreatment efforts is expansive and will not be…
Lally J. Ronald, Mangione Peter L., Honig Alice S., 1988
Reports & Papers
This report provides findings from a longitudinal follow-up study of the Family Development Research Program in Syracuse, New York. The follow-up study occurs nine years after the implementation of the program and is based on school record data,…
van der Does Louise, Newman Sanford, Kirsch Jeff, n.d.
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the positive influence of quality prekindergarten programs on children?s future school and life success and crime prevention in Arkansas
Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, n.d.
Reports & Papers
An investigation into the use of children?s attendance in quality early childhood education and care in Tennessee as a deterrent for later participation in crime, based on longitudinal data from early years programs nationwide