Wild Arabs and savages: A history of juvenile justice in Ireland

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This book is the first history of the Irish juvenile justice system. It charts the emergence of the system from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. From the beginning, the system was dominated by a large network of reformatory and industrial schools which incarcerated tens of thousands of children and remained in existence into the late twentieth century. This dominance was eventually challenged by emerging discourses which emanated from the psychological sciences, social work, youth work and the children's rights movement.

The book draws from a wide range of official and unofficial sources in exploring the key rationalities underpinning the system. In adopting a governmentality approach, it also examines the technologies and forms of childhood identity that are employed to govern the child and young person within the context of the Irish juvenile justice system. This unique and original approach will appeal to legal scholars, criminologists and those with an interest in juvenile justice, history and social policy.

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Paul Sargent is a Research Associate at the School of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Dublin, Trinity College

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"Wild Arabs and Savages is the first history of youth offending and the juvenile justice system in Ireland. Paul Sargent has made a real and substantial contribution to Irish legal scholarship, social history and criminology. For readers interested in juvenile justice, criminology, history and
social policy in Ireland this book is an essential and invaluable resource to be revisited many times."

--Lena Timoney, Senior Probation Officer, Young Persons' Probation (YPP) Dublin. Irish Probation Journal 2015 (Volume 12)

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Descrizione libro MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS, United Kingdom, 2013. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This book is the first history of the Irish juvenile justice system. It charts the emergence of the system from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. From the beginning, the system was dominated by a large network of reformatory and industrial schools which incarcerated tens of thousands of children and remained in existence into the late twentieth century. This dominance was eventually challenged by emerging discourses which emanated from the psychological sciences, social work, youth work and the children s rights movement. The book draws from a wide range of official and unofficial sources in exploring the key rationalities underpinning the system. In adopting a governmentality approach, it also examines the technologies and forms of childhood identity that are employed to govern the child and young person within the context of the Irish juvenile justice system. This unique and original approach will appeal to legal scholars, criminologists and those with an interest in juvenile justice, history and social policy. Codice libro della libreria AAR9780719089169

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Descrizione libro Manchester University Press. Hardback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, Wild Arabs and Savages: A History of Juvenile Justice in Ireland, Paul Sargent, This book is the first history of the Irish juvenile justice system. It charts the emergence of the system from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. From the beginning, the system was dominated by a large network of reformatory and industrial schools which incarcerated tens of thousands of children and remained in existence into the late twentieth century. This dominance was eventually challenged by emerging discourses which emanated from the psychological sciences, social work, youth work and the children's rights movement. The book draws from a wide range of official and unofficial sources in exploring the key rationalities underpinning the system. In adopting a governmentality approach, it also examines the technologies and forms of childhood identity that are employed to govern the child and young person within the context of the Irish juvenile justice system. This unique and original approach will appeal to legal scholars, criminologists and those with an interest in juvenile justice, history and social policy. Codice libro della libreria B9780719089169

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Descrizione libro MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS, United Kingdom, 2013. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This book is the first history of the Irish juvenile justice system. It charts the emergence of the system from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. From the beginning, the system was dominated by a large network of reformatory and industrial schools which incarcerated tens of thousands of children and remained in existence into the late twentieth century. This dominance was eventually challenged by emerging discourses which emanated from the psychological sciences, social work, youth work and the children s rights movement. The book draws from a wide range of official and unofficial sources in exploring the key rationalities underpinning the system. In adopting a governmentality approach, it also examines the technologies and forms of childhood identity that are employed to govern the child and young person within the context of the Irish juvenile justice system. This unique and original approach will appeal to legal scholars, criminologists and those with an interest in juvenile justice, history and social policy. Codice libro della libreria AAR9780719089169

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