Policy Analysis of California’s Proposition 21: Gang Prevention and Juvenile Crime Act of 1998. Sarah Olivas California State University, Long Beach May 2012.
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Policy Analysis of California’s Proposition 21: Gang Prevention and Juvenile Crime Act of 1998
California State University, Long Beach
SECTION A: Issues dealt with by the policy.
SECTION B: Objectives, values, premises, theoretical positions, target segments, and substantiative effects of the policy.
SECTION C: Implications of the policy for the operating and outcome variables of social policy.
SECTION D: Interaction of the policy with forces affecting social evolution.
SECTION E: Development of alternative social policies; Comparison and evaluation
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