Later lives of approved school boys and young prisoners

the effect of their social background, personality traits and institutionalization on their later lives. by Urho Rauhala

Publisher: Dept. for Social Research, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health in [Helsinki

Written in English
Published: Pages: 55 Downloads: 233
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  • Juvenile delinquency -- Finland.,
  • Criminal behavior, Prediction of.,
  • Male juvenile delinquents -- Rehabilitation -- Finland.

Edition Notes

SeriesOfficial statistics of Finland. [Series] 32: Special social studies,, no. 31
LC ClassificationsHV9177.3.A5 R3913
The Physical Object
Pagination55, 6 p. ;
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5474712M
ISBN 109514601831
LC Control Number73178009

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