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Young adults in transition: the local picture in national context

This second of two briefings looks at how household location affects young adult life chances and how this has developed over time. This is the second in a two part series produced as part of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies contribution to the work of the Transition to Adulthood Alliance.
By 
Danny Dorling and Richard Garside, additional research by Melinda Kerrison
14 November 2011
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Young adults in transition: local matters, national implications

This is the first of two papers produced as part of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies contribution to the work of the Transition to Adulthood (T2A) Alliance. This briefing looks at factors affecting young adults in three areas of England covered by the T2A pilots
By 
Danny Dorling and Richard Garside
2 November 2011
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Comparing coercive and non-coercive interventions

There is little or no benefit in the resort to incarceration and other forms of strict control for young people who break the law, according to a briefing from the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. In Comparing coercive and non-coercive interventions James McGuire, Professor of Forensic...