About the Book
“The Lost Generation: Exploring Juvenile Delinquency in India” delves into the pressing issue of juvenile delinquency within the Indian context. This comprehensive book aims to shed light on the underlying causes, manifestations, and consequences of delinquent behaviour among young individuals in India, while also exploring potential solutions and interventions. The book presents a thorough examination of the socio-economic factors, familial dynamics, educational challenges, and cultural influences that contribute to the rise of juvenile delinquency in India. By analyzing the root causes, the author provides valuable insights into the complex web of circumstances that lead some young individuals down the path of criminal behaviour.
Additionally, the book shall address the role of the legal system, law enforcement agencies, and social institutions in dealing with juvenile offenders. It explores the existing legislation and policies governing juvenile justice in India, critically examining their effectiveness and proposing potential reforms to ensure fair and equitable treatment of young offenders. The book offers a comprehensive and insightful analysis of the multifaceted issue of juvenile delinquency in India. It serves as a valuable resource for policymakers, educators, social workers, law enforcement professionals, and anyone interested in understanding and addressing the complex dynamics of youth crime in the country.
Name of the Book
The Lost Generation: Exploring Juvenile Delinquency in India
Juvenile Delinquency and Human Rights in India
- Juvenile Justice Care Centers
- Legal Sanctions for Juveniles
- Human Rights of Juvenile Offenders
- Gender Disparities in Juvenile Delinquency
- Substance Abuse and Juvenile Delinquency
- Global Perspective on Juvenile Delinquency
- Socioeconomic Factors and Juvenile Delinquency
- Influence of Peer Pressure on Juvenile Delinquency
- Role of Education and Juvenile Crime Prevention
- Juvenile Delinquency in Urban vs. Rural Settings
- Rehabilitation Programs for Juvenile Offenders in India
- Family Dysfunction and its Impact on Juvenile Offenders
- Understanding Reoffending Patterns among Young Offenders
- Juvenile Delinquency and the Juvenile Justice System in India
- Detention Options for Juveniles, including Jail and Remand Homes
- Long-term Consequences of Juvenile Delinquency on the Lost Generation
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Important Dates & Events
- Abstract Submission- 30th July, 2023
- Abstract Acceptance Notification- 31st July, 2023
- Full Chapter Submission- 15th August, 2023
- Acceptance/Revision Notification- 16th August, 2023
- Revised Chapter Submission- 19th August, 2023
- Acceptance/ Rejection Mail- 20th August, 2023
- Prof. Jyotirmoy Banerjee, Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak
- Prof. Ishan Atrey, Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak
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