Psychiatric studies of Borstal lads.

With the assistance of A. Marriage and A. Walker. by T. C. N. Gibbens

Publisher: Oxford University Press in London

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At head of title: Institute of Psychiatry. Bibliography: p. [219]-223.

SeriesMaudsley monographs, no. 11, Maudsley monographs -- no. 11
The Physical Object
Pagination230 p. illus. ;
Number of Pages230
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Open LibraryOL21601461M

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It is disappointing that this book adds little to our understanding of lawbreakers. The author has investigated the psychological and social characteristics of London youths, aged 17 to 21, who were sentenced to Borstal institutions (reformatories for Psychiatric studies of Borstal lads. book rehabilitation of persistent offenders).Author: Marjorie C.

Meehan. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Eliot Slater. The aim of the investigation described in this monograph was to delineate the social and psychological characteristics of a group of chronic juvenile delinquents, ages (Borstal Lads), and to set up criteria which will be utilized in follow-up studies attempting to establish the relationship between mental illness and subsequent criminal : Daniel Offer.

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Gibbens, with the assistance of A. Marriage and A. Walker. centre for Borstal lads who, because of mental abnormality, were unsuited to ordinary Borstal training. The medical staff should be psychiatric-ally trained and have experience of criminology; the superintendent should be a keen psychiatrist.

The inmates should be subject to necessary dis-cipline, and if they refused to co-operate should be. Offences against discipline in a Borstal" FELICITY CLARKSONt A study of persistent offenders against discipline in a borstal showed that compared with a control group who did not offend against discipline during training, they were younger, had lower verbal ability and more previous experience in institutions.

The latest ITV offering on the subject of our failing criminal justice system is Bring Back Borstal, a sort of dysfunctional Big Brother where bad lads in their 20s wear short trousers and play up in front of the camera.I watched the first episode and quickly realised that this was twaddle masquerading as serious comment on how we could better deal with our young offenders.

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THE RESULTS OF BORSTAL TRAINING THE RESULTS OF BORSTAL TRAINING Gibbens, T. N.; Prince, Joyce E. Gibbens and Joyce E. Prince compnsmg every other boy committed to Borstal from the Metropolitan Police area during the period of study have been followed up.

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