Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper summarizing the key parameters of the juvenile justice system in the United States.
Address the following:
The historical development of the juvenile justice system. Use case law or legislation to strengthen your discussion. Select a local law or statute in your area and analyze its use.
The origin and predominant philosophy of the juvenile system
Key differences between the juvenile and adult systems
Distinguish between dependency and delinquency
The reasoning behind and the importance of confidentiality in juvenile court
Table 4 shows that using previous semantic knowledge was most frequent among the participants, with a percentage of 45.05%. That was followed by reliance on the morphological analysis of the word, with a percentage of 23.42%, and phonological similarity with a percentage of about 19%. In contrast, previous knowledge in syntax was the least referred to by the participants, with a percentage of 12.16% of the frequency of using LKSs. The Jordanian participants tend to build up the meaning of unfamiliar lexical items by depending on different clues activated in the sentences. See Table 5 below for the frequently used clues in this study. Table 5: The frequently activated clues by participants Linguistic knowledge sources Activated clues Semantics Synonyms Antonyms Collocations Connotations Morphology Morphological analysis of word structure (i.e. the base and affixes) Phonology Homophones Homonyms Homograph Syntax Parts of speech and their function Comparison and contrast The LKSs were identified based on the classification of the identified activated clues. Synonyms, antonyms, collocations and connotations were the most activated clues based on the previously acquired semantic knowledge of the participants and their ability to find word associations in the word co-text. Morphological analysis of the structure of the target lexical item was noticed being used as a second choice by the participants, which implies that not only the co-text but also the word itself should be a subject of study and analysis by the reader. Homophones, homonyms and homographs were also used in an attempt to infer the meaning of unknown lexical items. Comparison and contrast clues as well as recognizing the parts of speech of the target lexical item and its function was also referred to by the participating readers to build up its potential meaning. Saying that, not every attempt of knowing the lexical item’s meaning, through using the LKS,>GET ANSWER