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that has generated many hours of thought and meditation forconcerned members It is felt by many that the change needed in thearea of delinquency within the First Nations culture is to overcome theeffects of colonization and this must begin with the youth It is with theyouth that the future of the culture liesThere has been extensive research done in this area andalthough much of the material is not directed at one specific culture insociety the facts remain that it is a problem The subject of young offenders in our troubled society has been oneepidemic proportions Many of the programs that exist in society todaydo not address the problems associated with young offenders ofspecific cultures Although the trend is moving in a direction thataddresses programs for specific cultural groups much more emphasisFor First Nations youth that are locked into the juvenile systemthere must be alternative treatment programs made available thatdeal with the problems associated with the colonization process thatgenerations of First Nations people have been subjected to Theprocess of decolonization will only be achieved through educationunderstanding and perseverance and this can only be achieved byFirst Nations people working with First Nations peopleAs indicated earlier much research has been done on theproblems associated with young offenders and the current treatmentprograms In the following research some of the most recent andimportant pieces have been used and to eliminate repetition much hasCooke David J Baldwin Pamela J Howison Jacqueline 1990Psychology in Prisons London RoutledgeIn the second chapter of this book the authors explain in detailthe psychology of criminal behavior and how it develops at a youngage Early environment of the adolescent along with socio-economicstatus of the young offenders are but a few of the possibilitiesexplored in this book The authors explore the many influences thatcan shape the lives of young people the influences of feelings andthoughts others behavior and surroundings are all thought to shapethe minds of the young offender This publication will be primarilyused to explore the history
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