Lost Boys: Why Our Sons Turn Violent and How We Can Save Them Character Descriptions

James Garbarino
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James Garbarino, Ph.D.

This person is the co-director of the Family Life Development Center and a Professor of Human Development at Cornell University and works with troubled youth who have committed violent felonies.

Claire Bedard

This person is a specialist in human rights education and works internationally with street children. This person was also a big influence in this book and one who studied Christian and Buddhist contemplative practices that inspired the author to use the monastery model with troubled youth.

Josh

This person is the author's seventeen-year old child who went to school in Chicago.

Joanna

This person is the author's fourteen-year-old child who went to school in Ithaca, NY.

Eric

This person is the author's fifteen-year-old stepchild who also went to school in Ithaca, NY.

Urie Bronfenbrenner

This person was the author's mentor.

Julio

This person is an example of a success story in which...

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