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Mental Illness and Juvenile Delinquency

Mental illness and juvenile

There is a strong relationship between mental illness and juvenile delinquency. The juvenile courts are full of offenders that are suffering from one or more mental health issues. It is crucial for the juvenile justice system to understand the needs of the juvenile offenders with mental health issues. Because, after understanding the needs of the juveniles with mental illness they …

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Labeling and Juvenile Delinquency

The impact of labeling on juvenile delinquency are direct as well as indirect. There are various researchers who researched on the theory of labeling and juvenile delinquency. The theory about labeling juvenile as delinquent says that once a juvenile is labeled as delinquent he/she will surrender himself as delinquent. This juvenile delinquent label entails that the person is out of …

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Juvenile Delinquency: Substance Abuse

What is the relationship between substance abuse and juvenile delinquency. There is a two way relationship between both of them. On one hand, substance abuse leads to criminal behavior. While, on the other hand, criminal behavior promotes the use of substances in teens. Research in this regard suggest that the use of drugs, alcohol, or other substance can make a …

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Society and Juvenile Delinquency

What is the role of society in preventing juvenile delinquency? There are various factors responsible for the development of juvenile delinquency. Similarly, there are various factors that can help prevent delinquency. For example, parents, siblings, peer group, society, and schools have their role in developing a child. These agencies can develop positive traits in the adolescent. On the other hand, …

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Family and Juvenile Delinquency

The role of the family in juvenile delinquency is well established. A family is the first socialization agency. The way parents treat their kids can have a lasting impact. Various studies on this topic suggest that childhood family problems can have impacts on adolescents deviation. For example, one study suggests that a childhood maltreatment can have criminal outcomes 30 years …

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Peer Influence and Juvenile Delinquency

One cannot segregate Peer influence from juvenile criminal behavior . Psychologists believe that friends and peers highly effect young peoples’ decisions. There are many factors other than the peers that effect an adolescent’s behavior. And, therefore, you cannot quantify the extent to which a criminal behavior is linked to a delinquent peer. For example, personal factors, family factors, and society all play important …

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Blinding and Masking

Blinding or masking in research refers to not informing the patients and/or the investigators about the treatment assessment. The reason for blinding and masking is to prevent subjective bias that can occur due to the knowledge of the assessment. The use of blinding and masking is most common in medical studies. Especially, when the outcomes of an intervention are studied. …

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Subjectivism in Social Science Research

Subjectivism is a word that has many different meanings. And it depends on the context in which you use it. In real world every human being is a subject and hence has his/her own subjectivity. This subjectivity is dependent on the perceptions, understandings, feelings, and experiences of the subject. No two persons can have similar opinions, feelings, or perceptions. In …

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Protocol Design in Research

protocol design

A protocol design or research proposal is a written plan of the research. The protocol design can have any format or template. As long as the protocol design contains the necessary information the protocol is good. The protocol design should have the following parts. Objectives The objectives provides the reviewers an idea about the purpose of the study. If the …

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Research Paradigm and Nature of Reality

What is the relationship between research paradigm and the nature of reality, values, and beliefs? A research paradigm can only be understood if we know about the values and beliefs that make it. These values and beliefs give way to a methodology that help us solve world problems. These values and beliefs also form a shared world view that is …

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