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Why children follow the rules : legal socialization and the development of legitimacy
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Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année copyright 2017
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Why children follow the rules : legal socialization and the development of legitimacy
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1 vol. (267 p.) ; 25 cm
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Why Children Follow Rules Legal Socialization and the Development of Legitimacy 2017
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Bibliogr. p. 225-253. Notes bibliogr. Index
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360
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Why Children Follow Rules focuses on the process by which children and adolescents develop their orientation toward the law. Drawing on law, psychology, sociology and criminology, Tom Tyler and Rick Trinkner review the literature on socialization with a particular focus on families, schools, and the juvenile justice to reveal a fundamental conflict about how authority and power should be exercised in essential social institutions. They argue for the meritsof consensual authority as a way to foster the popular legitimacy of the law at a time when public trust in the police, courts, and the law has reached unsettling lows
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978-0-19-064414-7
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