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Resisting the odds - from the prison track to the college track

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Resisting the odds - from the prison track to the college track the voices of former delinquent women of color
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Dadabhoy, Khushnur Z
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African American juvenile delinquents -- Education ( lcsh )
African American teenage girls -- Education ( lcsh )
Female juvenile delinquents -- Rehabilitation -- United States ( lcsh )
Juvenile delinquents -- Education -- United States ( lcsh )
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Includes bibliographical references (leaves 207-222).
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by Khushnur Z. Dadabhoy.

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University of Colorado Denver
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desi, desh, home,

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madam

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The Location o/Culture third space, third space

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Grandma's Story

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Introduction and Theoretical Framework Preamble

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Resisting the Odds: The Voices o/Former Delinquent Women o/Color

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General Problem of Female Juvenile Delinquency

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Juvenile Justice System

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Female Delinquency: A Brief Background

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Racial Profile of Juveniles

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Percentage of African American juvenile arrests: Serious offenses Data source: Adaptedfrom Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Reports, 2003. Profile of Females In Juveniles Custody

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Gender profile of residents, 1999 Note: Total includes a small number of juveniles for whom race was not reported. Data source: Data source: Adapted from Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Reports, 2003. Racial profile of residents, 1999 Note: Total includes a small number of juveniles for whom race was not reported. Data source: Adapted from Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Reports, 2003.

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Significance of this Study

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successful Critical Race Theory as a Theoretical Framework

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Words That Wound,

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Critical Race Theory: The Cutting Edge.

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Racial Identity and Exclusion.

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Intersectionality.

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respeto dignidad Los Herederos de Change and Esperanza, Elements of Critical Race Theory.

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delegitimate Critical Race Feminism.

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de facto

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and or

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within among

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Conclusion: Using Critical Race Theory as a Framework.

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Operational Definitions Former female juvenile offenders Experiences

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Life circumstances Academic success Resiliency Success Reentry

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Brief Overview of Methodology

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A Historiography of Delinquency Why History?

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The Origin

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The Colonies

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Industrialization, Urbanization and Immigration

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The Child Savers

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parens patriae,

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Fair Labor Standard Act Progressive Era Reforms

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The Juvenile Court parens patriae

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1960s and 1970s Kent United States Re Gault

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Re Winship Breed v. Jones McKeiver v. Pennsylvania The Juvenile Delinquency Prevention And Control Act, 1968 The Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act,

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Get Tough on Crime Legis/ation

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Juvenile Crime Today and the Debate Over Capital Punishment

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Thompson Oklahoma Stanford Kentucky, Atkins Virginia Roper Simmons, Roper Simmons

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The Context ofF emale Juvenile Delinquency

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Vignette of a Young Female Offender

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Federal Working Group on Gender Issues Conclusion

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Female Delinquency: A Review O/The Literature The Nature and Extent o/Female Delinquency

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Females in the Justice system

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Risk and Resiliency Factors

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Education as a Factor in Female Delinquency Prevention

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The Scope of Female Delinquency The Extent of Female Involvement

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Arrests of persons under by sex, 2003 Index Crimes Part II Offenses Data source: Adapted from Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Reports, 2003.

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The Nature of Female Crime

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Risk Factors for Female Violence and Aggression

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Abuse and Victimization of Females

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School Failure

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Additional Risk Factorsfor Females

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Program Development to Address the Needs of Violent Girls Research in Prevention and Treatment Of Delinquency

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Individual and Family Theories

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Feminist Theory

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Integrated Theories

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Implications for Intervention on Reentry

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Conclusion

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Methodology Introduction

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Design of the Study

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cuentos, testimonios, Criteria for Selecting Study Participants

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Recruitment of Participants

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Sample Size

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Invitation to Participate in the Study

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Identity oj the Participants

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Storytelling/Narrative and Critical Race Theory as Method

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Data Collection

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Context of the Study

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Role of the Researcher Ethical Issues.

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Positioning Myself

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My Reciprocity.

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Study Limitations

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Preliminary Findings

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Data Analysis

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Data Management

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Conclusion

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Their Stories Introduction

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The Participants Angel.

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Rosa. Keisha.

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Latoya. Selma.

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Tamika.

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The Voices ofF ormer Female Delinquent Women of Color Angel's Story.

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Rosa's Story.

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Keisha's Story.

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Latoya's Story.

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Selma's Story.

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Tamika's Story.

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Foreword Discussion and Findings

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Discussion: Their Stories As Resistance

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Motherhood and Respect Jor Children.

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Finding a Home.

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Spirituality and Change.

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Personal Resilience and Motivation to Change.

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Recovery and Healthcare.

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Role Of Mentors.

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Community of Women, Social Support and Networking. Trusting Community of Women.

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Education as Freedom.

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Society as a Racist, Sexist, and Oppressive.

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Conclusion

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Epilogue: Resisting the Odds-From the Prison Track to the College Track Background

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The Dissertation Questions

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Critical Race Theory As A Lens: Offering A New Chapter In The History Of Juvenile Delinquency Critical Race Theory: The Cutting Edge,

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Racism as Normal

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Narrative as Methodology

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Historical Context

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Interest Convergence

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Racism is Permanent

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Critical Race Feminism

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Practical Implications

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Accepting education as a means to achieve freedom

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The importance of mentors

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Dealing with the variables posed by motherhood

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A Place To Live Other Implications

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Future Research

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Conclusion

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Epilogue

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The Souls of Black Folk,

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