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Public attitudes towards young people and youth crime in Scotland : findings from the 2004 Scottish social attitudes survey

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Ed uc at io n Public Attitudes Towards Young People and Youth Crime in Scotland Findings from the 2004 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 9 780755 926367 ISBN 0-7559-2636-6ISSN 0950 2254 ISBN 0 7559 2636 6 (web only publication) The text pages of this document are produced from 100% Elemental Chlorine-Free material. The paper carries the Nordic Ecolabel for low emissions during production, and is 100% recyclable. Astron B42390 7/05 PUBLIC ATTITUDES TOWARDS YOUNG PEOPLE AND YOUTH CRIME IN SCOTLAND FINDINGS FROM THE 2004 SCOTTISH SOCIAL ATTITUDES SURVEY Simon Anderson, Catherine Bromley and Lisa Given Scottish Centre for Social Research Scottish Executive Social Research July 2005 The views expressed in the report are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Scottish Executive or any other organisation(s) by which the author(s) is/are employed. The Scottish Executive is making this research report available on-line in order to provide access to its contents for those interested in the subject. The Executive commissioned the research but has not exercised editorial control over the report. This web only report is accompanied by a web only summary in the Education Research Programme Research Findings Series No7/ July 2005: "Public Attitudes Towards Young People and Crime in Scotland". Both reports are published by Information and Analytical Services Division, Scottish Executive Education Department, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh, EH6 6QQ. If you have any enquiries about these reports please contact the Dissemination Officer on 0131-244-0316. Both reports were published in July 2005. This report is available on the Scottish Executive Social Research website only © Crown Copyright 2005 Limited extracts from the text may be produced provided the source is acknowledged. For more extensive re

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