Juvenile Justice System Name Professor Institution Course Date Bernard T. J. & Kurlychek M. C. (2010). The cycle of juvenile justice. Oxford University Press. The authors here present an historical perspective of how the juvenile justice policies over the years have evolved. The authors look at the policies of the last 200 years of treatment of juvenile in the United States while at the same time same time advocating for a leniency for the crimes that they commit. The authors argue that no policies are able to solve the problem of juvenile crime mainly because it does not originate from the cycle of a juvenile justice system but from the deep social conditions and inequities that are there in the society. The authors conclude by stating that using a trauma-based approach would help in the improvement of the justice system. This is an indispensable work for anyone doing research C. (2010). The cycle of juvenile justice. Oxford University Press. Ford J. D. Chapman J. F. Hawke J. & Albert D. (2007). Trauma among youth in the juvenile justice system: Critical issues and new directions. National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice 1-8. Gatti U. Tremblay R. E. & Vitaro F. (2009). Iatrogenic effect of juvenile justice. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 50(8) 991-998. McGowan A. Hahn R. Liberman A. Crosby A. Fullilove M. Johnson R. & Lowy J. (2007). Effects on violence of laws and policies facilitating the transfer of juveniles from the juvenile justice system to the adult justice system: a systematic review. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 32(4) 7-28. Steinberg L. (2009). Adolescent development and juvenile justice. Annual review of clinical psychology 5 459-485. Andrews D. A. & Bonta J. (2010). Rehabilitating criminal justice policy and practice. Psychology Public Policy and Law 16(1) 39. [...]
The annotated bibliography must reference a minimum of six peer-reviewed journal articles or dissertations related to your topic. In the annotated part of the bibliography, include: The complete citation of each reference source, presented in APA format. An annotation of each reference source that includes a brief written description and evaluation of the reference (approximately 50 words) together with its relationship to the literature review topic.