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Granice tolerancji : o teoriach zachowań dewiacyjnych
The mentioned above factors make young people search for acceptance in environments other than a family or a school, unfortunately they most often look for it in groups of negative character.
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The already mentioned motive is often connected with another mentioned by the students factor, that is a desire to gain material benefits granicee respondents, i. The author of the following study analyses opinions of lower secondary school students [x] on the issues of crimes committed by juveniles in order siemsazko determine factors conducive to their occurrence and reconstruction of motivational processes that lead to crime.
Ott 1, The text presents the selected aspect of the studied issue referring to perception of psychosocial determinants of juvenile delinquency.
This is sirmaszko such students undertake various actions in order to vent their frustration and anger. The gained results of the study help us state that the surveyed secondary school students note the problem of juvenile delinquency and are aware of tolerqncji social and individual dangers connected with it.
Hence, the attempt to look at the determinants of crime from the perspective of individuals who are at the same age or close to the age of juveniles offenders. Home About Help Search. The following article analyses opinions of lower secondary school students on criminal acts committed by juveniles in order to estimate factors conducive to them and to reconstruct motivational processes that lead to crime.
According to the questioned students, school is also a source of criminal behaviours 44 respondents, i. Dictionary of Psychologyed. Environments and social factors affecting juvenile crime, according to the respondents. The second most frequently indicated students, i.
Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Juvenile Delinquency[in: Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. The limits of tolerance: According to the respondents main motives for criminal behaviour are low self-esteem of adolescents respondents, i.
Young people are conscious of the fact that alcohol abuse may be direct or indirect cause of criminal activity, and that it results in changes in the personality of an alcohol abusing person that determine specific criminal behaviour.
Your request to send this item has been completed. According to the Polish criminal law, juveniles [vii] generally do not commit crimes, therefore offences committed by them are not called crimes except those defined in art. The object of the study were randomly selected girls and 84 boys at the age from 13 to Moreover, during this period of life, the understanding of conventionality of certain social arrangements and ability to critical analysis of norms are shaped.
Adolescents consider boredom, curiosity 59 respondents, i. You may send this item to up to five recipients. Home Note legali Collabora con noi Contatti.
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And tolerancij, we should consider the danger of enhancing sources of adult crimes by juvenile offenders, who may eventually become adult criminals [vi]. The name field is required.
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The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. The surveyed youth indicated on few widely understood tolerancmi factors and social problems that, in their opinion, are most strongly associated with juvenile crime graph no.
Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Among direct motives for criminal behaviour of exogenous character, young people indicated above all pressure of a peer group student, i.
Please verify that you are not a robot. One of the next questions concerned the group of criminal behaviour motives referring directly to a juvenile offender. The main macro-social determinants of juvenile delinquency, according to the questioned youth, are addictions alcohol, drugs and poverty. They can be divided into two groups: Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.