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    Hey all, so I've got this 1,000 essay to write.

    I've already gone onto westlaw, read a few cases, and online found a few articles which may help.

    But the question is:
    "The youth justice system in England and Wales only serves to stigmatise, label and further alienate young people. Instead of of a punitive response the youth justice system should take a more welfare oriented approach and allow young people the opportunity to repair the harm they have caused.
    Discuss"


    So basically, it's about:
    -Youth Justice system.
    -Punitive & Welfare approaches.
    -Should the YJS use a more welfare approach instead of punitive.
    -Wants opinions on whether or not a welfare approach is better.

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    I'm just basically stuck on the structure, I've been taught to use 3 main points, including arguments and counter arguments. Then a conclusion.

    But I'm just stuck on what points to make in the 3 main paragraphs to make this a good essay to write about.

    I was hoping you guys could spark some ideas so that I can get this structure sorted out.

    Thanks.
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