- Title Pages
- 1 Who Are ‘Young People’?
- 2 Understanding Young People: A System Perspective
- 3 Local Studies of Young People
- 4 Models for Working with Young People
- 5 Working with Young People in Families, at School, and among Peers
- 6 Who Are “Youth-at-Risk”?
- 7 Local Studies of “Youth-at-Risk”
- 8 Working with “Youth-at-Risk”
- 9 Working with “Youth-at-Risk”: The Way Ahead
- 10 Youth Crime in Hong Kong
- 11 Handling of Youth Crime in Hong Kong
- 12 Local Studies of Juvenile Delinquency and Justice
- 13 Juvenile Justice Issues (1): The Age of Criminal Responsibility and the “Family Conference”
- 14 Juvenile Justice Issues (2): Community-based Treatments (CBTs) for Young Offenders
- 15 Juvenile Justice Issues (3): Social Work with Young Offenders—Care or Control?
- 16 Juvenile Justice Issues(4): Restorative Justice (RJ) for Young Offenders
- 17 Some Final Remarks on Working with Young Offenders
- Nurturing Pillars of Society
- Hong Kong University Press
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