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ERIC Number: ED001782
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 101
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ROLE OF THE SCHOOL IN PREVENTION OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY.
CARRIKER, WILLIAM R.
FIVE PAPERS ARE INCLUDED. "EXISTING AND PROJECTED RESEARCH ON INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP APPROACHES IN THE TREATMENT OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY," BY DAVID WINEMAN, DISCUSSED INFORMAL INTERVIEW AS A TECHNIQUE FOR TREATING SPECIFIC EGO MALFUNCTIONS. TWO METHODS WERE SUGGESTED--"EMOTIONAL FIRST-AID" FOR MOMENTS OF GREAT STRESS, AND LONG-RANGE TRAINING FOR MORE PERMANENT HEALTH. THE SCHOOL, HAVING CONSIDERABLE INFLUENCE ON THE CHILD, IS IN A POSITION TO APPLY THESE TECHNIQUES. "RESEARCH ON THE SCHOOL WORK-STUDY PROGRAM IN THE PREVENTION OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY," BY ROBERT J. HAVIGHURST, PROPOSED STARTING WORK-STUDY AS EARLY AS AGE 13 OR 14, TO KEEP LOWER CLASS BOYS AND GIRLS MOTIVATED AND GIVE THEM OPPORTUNITY FOR GROWTH. EXPERIMENTATION AND TRAINING OF SPECIAL SUPERVISORS WOULD BE NEEDED."EXISTING AND PROJECTED RESEARCH ON READING IN RELATIONSHIP TO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY," BY GORDON P. LIDDLE, SOUGHT A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAILURE IN READING AND DELINQUENCY. "THE PREVENTION OF DELINQUENT SUBCULTURES--ISSUES AND PROBLEMS," BY RICHARD A. CLOWARD, SET FORTH PROBLEMS FACED IN DEALING WITH THE THREE MAJOR TYPES OF GANGS AMONG LOWER-CLASS BOYS. "TWO ROLES FOR SCHOOLS IN REDUCING JUVENILE DELINQUENCY," BY WILLIAM W. WATTENBURG, DISCUSSED TWO METHODS OF EARLY DETECTION AND GUIDANCE OF DELINQUENTS.
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Authoring Institution: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Identifiers: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA