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NCJ Number: NCJ 184746     Find in a Library
Title: Juvenile Justice Journal, Volume VII, Number 3 (Parenting Issue)
Journal: Juvenile Justice  Volume:7  Issue:3  Dated:December 2000  Pages:1 to 33
Series: OJJDP Juvenile Justice Journal
Author(s): Rose Alvarado ; Karol Kumpfer ; Michelle Jezycki
Date Published: 12/2000
Page Count: 36
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Type: Issue Overview
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This journal highlights the importance of parent-child relationships and features ways to improve the family's capacity for child welfare.
Abstract: The lead article, Raising Responsible and Resourceful Youth, grew out of a White House Conference on Teenagers. The Conference brought together parents, teenagers, and professionals to discuss ways families and communities can teach youth sound values, promote healthy behavior, and support positive development. The article includes observations by First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton that summarize the Conference's discussion topics and present several new initiatives and resources for youth and their families. Strengthening America's Families claims that improving parenting practices and the family environment is the most effective and enduring strategy for combating juvenile delinquency. The third major article discusses how Team H.O.P.E. (Help Offering Parents Empowerment) helps families of missing children cope with their crises by linking them with trained volunteers who have gone through similar experiences. The document also contains brief articles on parenting as prevention and parents as the most effective deterrent to drug use among youth. Notes, tables, references, resources
Main Term(s): Juveniles
Index Term(s): Home environment ; Juvenile delinquency prevention ; Child welfare ; Environmental influences ; Juvenile drug use ; Parent-Child Relations ; Missing children ; Parental attitudes ; Parental influence ; Family structure
   
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