Hard Time: A Real Life Look at Juvenile Crime and Violence

Hard Time A Real Life Look at Juvenile Crime and Violence From teens who are incarcerated for crimes to teens who have been the victims of crime Janet Bode and Stan Mack present compelling and astounding portraits examining why crime and violence are such

  • Title: Hard Time: A Real Life Look at Juvenile Crime and Violence
  • Author: Janet Bode Stan Mack
  • ISBN: 9780440219538
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hard Time: A Real Life Look at Juvenile Crime and Violence

    From teens who are incarcerated for crimes to teens who have been the victims of crime, Janet Bode and Stan Mack present compelling and astounding portraits, examining why crime and violence are such a big part of young lives today.

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    1. Brianna Bizzaro

      Name: Brianna BizzaroAPA citation: Bode, J & Mack, S. (1997). Hard time: A real life look at juvenile crime and violence . New York: Laurel-Leaf Books.Genre: MulticulturalAward: Format: PrintSelection Process: Alliance for the Study and Teaching of Adolescent Literature at Rhode Island College Multicultural Book ListHard Time is a realistic smack in the face. The book tells of young people whose lives have been impacted by violence and crime. These stories are told from the perpetrators and [...]

    2. 04MaryZ

      My argumental book report essay Ladies and gentlemen of the jury: I find the book " hard time: a real life look at juvenille crime and violence" to be excellent at keeping me in suspense and getting people my age in the story so then i get it; However, there were areas in which the book was pretty bad with there vocabulary and sometimes the way that they would explosion things. I really enjoyed this book. Also one of the reasons that I choose this book is the title. I loved the title because it [...]

    3. Trevon Bierria

      Hard Time is a book of individual stories told by juveniles. These are children and teens who have committed crimes, and are incarcerated. One of the juveniles tells a story about how he shot and killed his mother at the age of 10. He talks about how she argued with him often, and when he pulled the trigger, how he though about the times she made him angry. In his story, he also describes the facility he is staying in, and how the people there treat him differently. Everyone treats him different [...]

    4. #juice

      Moore, JeffreyEnglish, P:103-30-2014 The authors of this book Janet Bode and Stan Mack wrote this book to tell a story from the point of view of a juvenile delinquent. The authors visit local juvenile facilities to get the stories of young teens crimes. Some of the teens are killers, some are thiefs, some are framed, and some just took the blame. However, they all have one thing in common and that is that they all have a story to tell from there experience of being locked up.This is a very great [...]

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