ABSTRACT. I am specifically interested in how previous research investigated the multifarious nature of criminal onset, the increasingly structured approach to juvenile justice decision-making, the social threat of juvenile crime, and the role of parents in delinquency cases. My analysis complements the growing literature on gendered decision-making practices that influence the likelihood of detection and referral to the juvenile justice system, the unconscious gender discrimination in juvenile justice systems, the mechanics of the juvenile justice process, and girls’ involvement in the juvenile justice system. pp. 76–81

Keywords: juvenile justice system, gender, antisocial, inequity

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