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Survey on Attitudes towards Juvenile Judicial System Reform, 2007


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Principal Investigator(s)

Kim, Eun-Kyung / Korean Institute of Criminology


Juvenile delinquency is emerging as a serious social problem in Korean society and its conditions are worsening accompanied by increased levels of violence, younger age level, sexual deviation, and increased rate of recidivism. This survey aims to reevaluate the state of the juvenile justice system in connection to juvenile crimes as well as policies on juvenile delinquency in order to provide preliminary data for the development of improved policies and system. The questionnaire includes problems of the current juvenile justice system such as realization of the principle of juvenile protection, overall problems of the juvenile justice system, and evaluation of countermeasure for school violence and specific direction for reform and its institutionalization.

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File Type File Name File Description File Format File Size Download
Related Documents-Questionnaire(Korean) kor_que_20070013.pdf 설문지 (한글) PDF 371.66 kB Download
Related Documents-Codebook(Korean) kor_codebook_20070013.pdf 코드북 (한글) PDF 473.68 kB Download
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