Youth Violence and Delinquency by Marilyn D. McShane
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Youth Violence and Delinquency by Marilyn D. McShane: Today, theorists often spend as much time contemplating why youth do not commit crime as why youth do. We attempt to explain not only the overall decrease in juvenile crime, but also why, in the face of such a decrease, most people still have the impression that the juvenile crime rate is increasing. Media coverage of certain dramatic juvenile crimes tends to give people the wrong impression about current trends in delinquency.
The terms ‘‘shocking crime’’ and ‘‘brutal violence’’ are often overplayed, creating a distorted and pessimistic view of youthful offenders. Although many people believe that juvenile delinquency is increasing, the truth is that the juvenile offending rate is fairly stable and that many youth are engaged in co-offending, which tends to make the amount of crime appear higher. That is, more offenders are arrested than actual crimes committed. Also, contrary to what some people seem to believe, juvenile offenders are not getting younger or engaging in more rapes and robberies.
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