A Crisis of Innocence

Comic Books Help Curb Delinquency: State School Adopts Idea to Allay Inmates' Fears -- Judge Backs Use

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Title

Comic Books Help Curb Delinquency: State School Adopts Idea to Allay Inmates' Fears -- Judge Backs Use

Subject

Newspaper Articles

Description

Discusses how the State Training School for Boys at Warwick N.Y decided to use comic books as a means of curbing delinquency. The comics utilized were written for the specific purpose of curbing youth violence.

Creator

Illson, Murray (writer)

Source

http://ezproxy.lib.ryerson.ca/login?url=https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.lib.ryerson.ca/docview/113112730?accountid=13631

Publisher

New York Times

Date

17 April 1954

Rights

ProQuest

Format

PDF, JPG

Type

Newspaper Article

Bibliographic Citation

Illson, Murray. "Comic Books Help Curb Delinquency: State School Adopts Idea to Allay inmates' Fears -- Judge Backs Use." New York Times, 17 April 1954: 8. Web. 30 December 2013.

Files

Comic Books Help Curb Delinquency.pdf
New_York_Times_April_17_1954.jpg

Citation

Illson, Murray (writer), “Comic Books Help Curb Delinquency: State School Adopts Idea to Allay Inmates' Fears -- Judge Backs Use,” A Crisis of Innocence, accessed April 22, 2024, http://crisisofinnocence.library.torontomu.ca/index.php/items/show/246.

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