Home Law International Handbook of Juvenile Justice
Bakken, B. (1993). Crime, juvenile delinquency and deterrence policy in China. The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, 30(1), 29-58.
Bao, W., Hass, A., & Pi, Y. (2007). Life Strain, negative emotions, and delinquency: An empirical test of general strain theory in the People’s Republic of China. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 48(3), 281-297.
Bing, X. (2010). The current status, characteristics, and prevention measures of juvenile delinquency—The case of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Journal of Hunan Financial and Economic College, 26, 136-138 (in Chinese).
Cao, L. (2007). Returning to normality: Anomie and crime in China. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 57(1), 40-51.
Cao, L., & Cullen, F. T. (2001). Thinking about crime and control: A comparative study of Chinese and American ideology. International Criminal Justice Review, 77, 58-81.
Cao, L., & Dai, Y. (2001). Inequality and crime in China. In J. Liu, L. Zhang, & S. E. Messner (Eds.), Crime and social control in a changing China (pp. 73-85). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Chen, X. (2015). Strain, family socioeconomic status, and delinquency among migrant adolescents in China: A multilevel model of general strain theory. The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong), ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.
Chen, X., & Zhong, H. (2012). Pressure, negative emotion and deviant behavior among migrant children. Issues on Juvenile and Youth Crime, 5, 22-33 (in Chinese).
China Law Society. (2004-2013). Law Yearbook of China. Beijing: Press of Law Yearbook of China.
China Statistical Bureau. (1991-2014). China Statistical Yearbook. Beijing: China Statistics Press.
China Statistical Bureau of Population and Employment, National Bureau of Statistics. (2013). China Population Yearbook. Beijing: China Statistics Press.
China Statistical Bureau and Employment Section. (1991-2013). China Population and Employment Statistics Yearbook. Beijing: China Statistics Press.
David, R., & Brierley, J. E. C. (1978). Major legal systems in the world. New York: The Free Press.
Deng, S., & Roosa, M. (2007). Family influences on adolescent delinquent behaviors: Applying the social development model to a Chinese sample. American Journal of Community Psychology, 40, 333-344.
Friday, P. C., Ren, X., Weitekamp, E., Kerner, H., & Tailor, T. (2005). A Chinese birth cohort: Theoretical implications. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 42(2), 123-146.
Gao, M., & Zhang, J. (2008). On sanction’s improvement for juvenile crime in Chinese criminal code—Inspected from the angle of international human rights law. Legal Forum, 23, 12-17.
He, N. (2014). The politics of numbers: Crime statistics in China. In L. Cao, I. Sun, & B. Hebenton (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of Chinese criminology (pp. 147-159). London: Routledge.
He, N., & Marshall, I. (1997). Social production of crime data: A critical examination of Chinese crime statistics. International Criminal Justice Review, 7, 46-63.
Henan Provincial Higher Court. (2012). Judicial report on juvenile crime prevention in Henan province (2007-2011). Retrieved December 10, 2015, from http://www.hncourt.org/public/detail. php?id=137219 (in Chinese).
Huang, H. (2012). The modifications of criminal procedure law and construction of juvenile criminal prosecution. Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Research, 5, 16-19 (in Chinese).
Lanier, M. M., & Henry, S. (2014). Essential criminology (4th ed.). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Li, J. (2010, December 7). Juvenile delinquency among Chinese migrants on the rise. McClatchy- Tribune Business News.
Li, X., Fang, X., Stanton, B., Feigelman, S., & Dong, Q. (1996). The rate and pattern of alcohol consumption among Chinese adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 19(5), 353-361.
Liu, J. (2007, December 5). China riding wave of juvenile crime: Internet, one-child policy blamed. Edmonton Journal, A4.
Liu, J. (2008). Data sources in Chinese crime and criminal justice research. Crime, Law and Social Change, 50, 131-147.
Liu, R. X. (2015). The effects of gender and bonds with parents and grandparents on delinquency among Chinese adolescents. Sociological Focus, 48(1), 68-87.
Ngai, N., Cheung, C., & Ngai, S. S. (2007). Cognitive and social influences on gang involvement among delinquents in three Chinese cities. Adolescence, 42, 381-403.
Ni, S. (2003, August 25). Chinese lawmaker claims internet causes juvenile delinquency. Xinhua News Agency-CEIS.
Pyrooz, D., & Decker, S. (2013). Delinquent behavior, violence, and gang involvement in China. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 29(2), 251-272.
Shao, J. (2010). Study on juvenile crime prevention and correction mechanism in Tianjin. Tianjin Legal Science, 103, 83-89 (in Chinese).
Su, K. (2014). On improvement of juvenile justice in China. People’s Justice, 17. Retrieved from http://article.chinalawinfo.com/ArticleFullText.aspx?ArticleId=87787 (in Chinese).
The Research Team of the Prosecution’s Office of Nansha District, Guangzhou. (2014). Research on conditional non-prosecution by prosecution’s office: The case of Nansha district prosecution’s office. Legal System and Society, 5, 59-61 (in Chinese).
Troyer, R. J., Clark, J. P., & Rojek, D. G. (1989). Social control in the People’s Republic of China. New York: Praeger.
Wang, S. (2000, August 23). Good social environment crucial for preventing juvenile delinquency. Xinhua News Agency—CEIS, 1.
Wang, G. T., Qiao, H., Hong, S., & Zhang, J. (2002). Adolescent social bond, self-control, and deviant behavior in China. International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, 39(1), 53-68.
Webb, J. V, Ren, L., Zhao, J. S., He, N., & Marshall, I. H. (2011). A comparative study on youth gangs in China and the United States: Definition, offending and victimization. International Criminal Justice Review, 21, 243-262.
Wei, Z., Homel, R., Prichard, J., & Xu, J. (2004). Patterns of juvenile offending in Shanghai and Brisbane. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 37, 32-51.
Wong, D. S. (2004). Juvenile protection and delinquency prevention policies in China. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 37, 52-66.
Wu, Z., & Cao, L. (2014). Historical themes of crime causation in China. In L. Cao, I. Sun, & B. Hebenton (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of Chinese criminology (pp. 3-15). London: Routledge.
Yao, J. (2001). The creation of juvenile courts and issues related to its developments. Youth Studies.
Retrieved from http://www.law-lib.com/lw/lw_view.asp?no=1050 (in Chinese).
Ying, G. (2004, May 20). Juvenile delinquency often starts with unpleasant experience at school. Xinhua News Agency—CEIS, 1.
Yue, L. (2002). Youth justice in China. In J. Winterdyk (Ed.), Juvenile justice system: International perspective (pp. 103-126). Ontario: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc.
Zhang, Y (2007). A study on juvenile bail. Retrieved December 10, 2015, from http://old.chinac- ourt.org/html/article/200711/16/274929.shtml (in Chinese).
Zhang, H. (2013a). Essentials of juvenile justice. Beijing: People’s Publishing House (in Chinese). Zhang, Y. (2013b). Juvenile re-education through labor and community corrections. Issues on Juvenile and Youth Crimes, 5, 77-81 (in Chinese).
Zhang, H. (2015). On juvenile justice. Beijing: People’s Publishing House (in Chinese).
Zhang, L., & Messner, S. F. (1995). Family deviance and delinquency in China. Criminology, 33(3), 359-387.
Zhang, H., Zhao, R., Ren, L., & Zhao, J. (2014). Social attachment and juvenile attitudes toward the police in China: Bridging eastern and western wisdom. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 51(6), 703-734.
Zhao, R., Zhang, H., & Liu, J. (2014). Juvenile justice system in China: A system in transition. In J. Winterdyk (Ed.), Juvenile justice: International perspectives, models and trends (pp. 137-162). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.
Ruohui Zhao Associate professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Macau, China. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2007. Her research interests include juvenile delinquency, corrections, and crime and social control in Greater China. Her essays have appeared in many national and international journals, including top journals like Social Forces.
Liqun Cao Professor of sociology and criminology at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada. He is also an adjunct professor at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. His research interests include comparative sociology, criminological theory, gun ownership, police integrity, public attitudes toward ascetic deviance, race and ethnicity in criminal justice, etc. His research essays have appeared in Criminology, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Journal of Criminal Justice, Justice Quarterly, Social Forces, Social Problems, etc. He is the author of Major Criminological Theories: Concepts and Measurement (2004) and the lead author of Policing in Taiwan: From Authoritarianism to Democracy (2014). He is also the lead editor of The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Criminology (2014) and coeditor of Lessons from International/Comparative Criminology (2004).
|< Prev||CONTENTS||Next >|