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Where can I find some resources about parental responsibility for crimes their children commit?

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You can find these sorts of resources in books, eBooks, and database articles available through the library.

For books and eBooks, follow the link below to our library catalog WorldCat.  You could start with a search for parental responsibility, or retrieve books exclusively about parenting/child law by entering su:Parent and child (Law).  One eBook, Responsibility, law and the family, looks particularly relevant.

For articles, follow the link below to our Databases by Subject Libguide.  The databases available through the Government & Law and Hot Topics & News tabs both should have some articles about this topic.

Facts on Files: Issues & Controversies and Gale: Opposing Viewpoints are good places to find overviews of topics such as this.  Try searching for parental responsibility laws or juvenile deliquency.

In Ebsco: Academic Search Complete, try searches such as parental responsibility law, parent child crime, or parent & child (law).  From there you can narrow the search through the limiters on the left side of the screen (the options under Subject and Subject: Thesaurus Term are particularly useful).

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