By Roger J. R. Levesque
Univ. of Indiana, Indianapolis. Examines the truth of adolescent existence throughout the lens of sexuality. Discusses the social and criminal heritage of formative years within the united states, felony precedents within the law of adolescent sexuality, universal components of criminal keep an eye on, and the author's inspiration for social and criminal reforms.
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Before exploring the leading cases, it is worth stating more precisely the specificreasons that make the review a significant exercise for understanding the nature of adolescents’ rights. First, the early cases reveal what is meant by recognition. That is, even though adolescents may be recognized as people who possess rights, it is important to consider who controls the nature and exercise of those rights. Second, the cases reflect how adolescents’ rights necessarily involve familial interests as well as greater societal-state interests.
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Adolescents, Sex, and the Law: Preparing Adolescents for Responsible Citizenship by Roger J. R. Levesque