Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice Journal

The Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice Journal is published four times each year and focuses on juvenile justice and school violence prevention.  It is an interdisciplinary publication with an audience that includes those in the fields of criminal justice, education, psychology, social work, behavior analysis, sociology, public health, and others.

The January 2015 edition includes articles on bullying, gang involvement, parole officers and female juveniles parolees, and the “disproportionate impact of “getting tough” on crime.”

One of the most read articles from the journal overall is Violent Video Games, Delinquency, and Youth Violence: New Evidence, by Matt Delisi, Michael G. Vaughn, et. al. (2013).

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