Delinquency And Social Bond Theory

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N.Y.Y.C will be based on a criminological theory called the social bond theories. The social bond theory says that an individual will commit delinquent acts if his or her bond to society are weak. These element of the bond to society are attachment, belief, commitment, and involvement. My main focus will be on the attachment element of the bond. Attachment is the concern individual have about what people think of the individual. Belief is the traditional value system that many individuals belief in. Commitment is related to the individual aspiration to achieving their goals. Involvement is the activities the individual is involved in. If these elements are strong, then the individual usually avoids delinquent activity.

N.Y.Y.C relates is addressing the root causes of delinquency through preventive interventions. This theory addresses those causes: making sure attachment, belief, commitment, and involvement remain strong, resulting in the prevention of delinquency is the core of N.Y.Y.C. The social bond theory relates to
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We will talk about the relationship between the crime and violence, so they will be able to identify and differentiate the two. Also, we will analyze the information about crime and violence and identify the realistic. Additionally, they will talk about their role and responsibility in the family, school and community. This will help the workers identify if the child is involved or does he or she have too much free time, which may lead them to become involved in something negative, like criminal activities. Further, the children will write about their realistic goals and achievable goals. The two key things the students will practice is decision making skills and effective refusal skills. This will very helpful to the children because if they are in a bad situation, they will know who to make the right decision. N.Y.Y.C will help have a homework session available with a

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