Violence, control and restraint: The harms to young adults particularly upon transition
AbstractThe transition into the young adult/adult estate at age 18 years is marked by a significant loss of provision and shift in institutional treatment. One of the many harms endured is the change in restraint which is harmful and damaging yet prevailing. The data presented here shows how the distinct needs of this vulnerable population are widely overlooked. This article extends the literature regarding young adults and argues that there should be greater exploration and understanding of their behaviour and the impacts of transitions. This in turn leads to recommendations for changes to practices within the young adult/adult estate.
CitationPrice, J. (2021 - forthcoming). Violence, control and restraint: The harms to young adults particularly upon transition. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice,
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