Family Functioning and Risk Behaviors: Influences on Adolescent Delinquency

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Craig S. Cashwell, Professor (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: Since the turn of the century, juvenile delinquency, which is defined as antisocial or criminal behavior by children or adolescents (Morris, 1980), has been an important area of study. However, never has the study of delinquency been more important than the present, as schools seek promising paradigms for reaching American youth. An essential foundation for the development and evaluation of preventive interventions is determining the nature, extent, and causes of delinquent behavior.

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The School Counselor, 44, 105-114.
Language: English
Date: 1996
Juvenile delinquency, Children, Adolescents, Teenagers, Family, Parenting, Risk factors, Predictors

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