Young Justice Book One

Author: Peter David

Publisher: DC Comics


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 408

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Batman. Superman. The Flash. The incredible members of the Justice League of America cast a long shadow, and the members of Young Justice are eager to step out of it. Robin, Superboy and Impulse want to prove to their superhero mentors that they’re capable of tackling super-villains on their own. Under the guidance of the stoic, wise Red Tornado, the three teen heroes begin their quest to make a name for themselves, apart from their famous friends. When the team gains three new members-shy but powerful Wonder Girl, champion archer Arrowette and mystical Secret-Young Justice is ready to take on one of the toughest foes the universe has ever seen: the giant tyrant Despero. But it’s a race against the clock: if Young Justice can’t work together and defeat Despero within 22 minutes, the Justice League will disband Young Justice permanently. Can the team come together to stop Despero’s reign of terror, or will Young Justice be separated forever? Witness the epic battles the Young Justice team faces in these classic stories written by critically acclaimed author Peter David. YOUNG JUSTICE BOOK ONE collects YOUNG JUSTICE #1-7, JLA: WORLD WITHOUT GROWN-UPS #1-2, YOUNG JUSTICE: THE SECRET and YOUNG JUSTICE: SECRET FILES #1.

Young Justice Vol. 4: Invasion

Author: Greg Weisman

Publisher: DC Comics


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 126

View: 763

Based on the highly anticipated, all-new hit animated show from Warner Bros. airing on Cartoon Network, YOUNG JUSTICE collects single-issue, all-ages appropriate stories featuring the popular characters from the hit Cartoon Network show. In this action packed collection, the Young Justice team adds to its ranks in an effort to battle the impending invasion by The Collector of Worlds, and one of the DC Universe's favorite villains, Brainiac. Collects issues #20-25.

The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice Coloring Book

2 in 1 Coloring Book for Kids and Adults, Activity Book, Great Starter Book for Children with Fun, Easy, and Relaxing Coloring Pages

Author: Angela Westfild

Publisher: Independently Published



Page: 54

View: 936

Сoloring book for kids who love The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice! This coloring book is full of happy, smiling, beautiful designs of your favorite characters. Perfect for your child. High-quality coloring book for kids. Favorite characters are waiting for you inside the book, color them all!!! This book makes a nice gift for girls or boys, kids from 4 years old to 8 years old, also nice gift for adults, perfect gift on all occasions - Christmas Gift - Birthday Gift - Halloween Gift and others. This book will give you: A great variety of cute characters and detailed backgrounds Hope you will find in our book countless hours of enjoyment and gratifying challenges Single side pages, with a variety of cute characters and detailed backgrounds Gift for kids who love The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice A nice large format (A4 size) for small hands to enjoy Activities such as coloring will improve your child's draw talent, as well as helping them to relax, self-regulate their mood and develop their imagination. Save one by buying two for the price of one! Let your imagination soar and color this Amazing 2 IN 1 coloring book The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice with the colors of your choice! Scroll up and grab a copy today! TAGS: The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice, The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice Coloring Book, The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice Coloring Book coloring, The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice Coloring Book book, The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justices Coloring Book coloring book, The Super Hero Squad Show and Young Justice Coloring Book coloring books, coloring book for adults, kids coloring book, boys coloring book, girls coloring book, most popular children coloring book, new coloring book, 2018 coloring book, coloring books for toddlers, coloring books for preschoolers, coloring books for kids.

Young Offenders and Youth Justice

A Century After the Fact

Author: Sandra Jean Bell

Publisher: Cengage Learning


Category: Juvenile delinquency

Page: 432

View: 319

Young Offenders and Juvenile Justice: A Century After the Fact, Fourth Edition, takes the unique approach of examining social ideas of youth and youth "crime." It is about what society thinks about youth and their behaviour, and about how these views are reflected in public discourse, scholarly theorizing, public policy, and institutional responses to "troublesome" youth behaviour. Bell examines and compares the youth legislations which have been passed by the Canadian government over the last 100 years. In particular, Young Offenders and Juvenile Justice compares and contrasts the Juvenile Delinquency Act, The Young Offenders Act, and the current Youth Criminal Justice Act.


Young Justice

Author: Peter David



Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 80

View: 610

Spyboy allies himself with Young Justice to defeat a diminutive Japanese crime boss.

Justice and the Politics of Difference

Author: Iris Marion Young

Publisher: Princeton University Press


Category: Social Science

Page: 304

View: 762

In this classic work of feminist political thought, Iris Marion Young challenges the prevailing reduction of social justice to distributive justice. It critically analyzes basic concepts underlying most theories of justice, including impartiality, formal equality, and the unitary moral subjectivity. The starting point for her critique is the experience and concerns of the new social movements about decision making, cultural expression, and division of labor--that were created by marginal and excluded groups, including women, African Americans, and American Indians, as well as gays and lesbians. Iris Young defines concepts of domination and oppression to cover issues eluding the distributive model. Democratic theorists, according to Young do not adequately address the problem of an inclusive participatory framework. By assuming a homogeneous public, they fail to consider institutional arrangements for including people not culturally identified with white European male norms of reason and respectability. Young urges that normative theory and public policy should undermine group-based oppression by affirming rather than suppressing social group difference. Basing her vision of the good society on the differentiated, culturally plural network of contemporary urban life, she argues for a principle of group representation in democratic publics and for group-differentiated policies. Danielle Allen's new foreword contextualizes Young's work and explains how debates surrounding social justice have changed since--and been transformed by--the original publication of Justice and the Politics of Difference.

Youth Justice

Critical Readings

Author: John Muncie

Publisher: SAGE


Category: Social Science

Page: 476

View: 432

`An excellent reader. It contains all the basic ingredients of a superb teaching book with the qualities of a thought-provoking text.... Should be required reading for all students of criminal justice policy and it will be a valuable teaching resource for all those involved in the delivery of courses on young people, justice and punishment' - Punishment and Society `This is a valuable student text; carefully collated and with an abuntant array of material... and will surely become a widely used course reader. For the practitioner and general reader it is a book to dip into, a means to access debates and remind oneself of the ebb and flow of policy' - Youth Justice Youth Justice brings together for the first time the most influential international contributors to the emergent field of youth justice studies. Youth Justice provides: · a critical introduction to the intellectual reframing of the history, theory, policy and practice of youth justice. · an essential resource of key debates and controversies from across the range of disciplines engaged in the study of youth in the social sciences · editorial essays at the beginning of each substantive section of the volume · specially commissioned chapters at the end of each section, which place the readings in their theoretical and historical context. The Reader is the set text for The Open University course, Youth Justice, Penality and Social Control (D864).

Youth Justice and The Youth Court

An Introduction

Author: Mike Watkins

Publisher: Waterside Press


Category: Law

Page: 269

View: 1000

A unique guide to the entire youth justice process so far as it affects youth crime and ways of dealing with it, including substantial chapters on crime prevention, the youth court, sentencing, the preventative and post-court roles of young offender panels and youth offending teams. So far as we are aware this is the first book to look at the entire system in this holistic way.The book takes full account of the changes introduced by the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 (anticipated implementation date 30 November 2009). A dynamic treatment which also touches on the key issues affecting the topic.Featuring the latest implementation guidance, including the 'scaled approach' to the new youth rehabilitation order. A must for all practitioners of youth justice, students and those who wish to be reliably up to date with a fast-changing subject.Also includes a Glossary of Words, Phrases, Acronyms and Abbreviations - the language of youth justice.With a Foreword by Chris Stanley, one of the UK's leading youth justice experts.

Young Justice

Sins of Youth

Author: Peter David

Publisher: Dc Comics


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 313

View: 863

Klarion, the witch boy, turns the super-hero world upside down as he changes a band of young heroes into adults in an adventure which determines the fate of the planet.

Transforming Youth Justice

Author: Anna Souhami

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Social Science

Page: 230

View: 598

In 1997 the newly modernized Labour party swept into power promising a radical overhaul of the youth justice system. The creation of inter-agency Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) for the delivery of youth justice services were the cornerstone of the new approach. These new YOTs were designed to tackle an 'excuse culture' that was allegedto pervade the youth justice system and aimed to encourage the emergence of a shared culture among youth justice practitioners from different agencies. The transformation of the youth justice system brought about a period of intense disruption for the practitioners working within it. The nature and purpose of contemporary youth justice work was called into question and wider issues of occupational identity and culture became of crucial importance. Through a detailed ethnographic study of the formation of a YOT this book explores a previously neglected area of organisational cultures in criminal justice. It examines the nature of occupational culture and professional identity through the lived experience of youth justice professionals in this time of transition and change.It shows how profound and complex of the effects of organisational change are, and the fundamental challenges it raises for practitioners' sense of professional identity and vocation. Transforming Youth Justice makes a highly significant contribution not only to the way that professional cultures are understood in criminal justice, but to an understanding of the often dissonant relationship between policy and practice.