Juevnile Deliquency Essay

724 Words May 24th, 2012 3 Pages
The do not believe that there is a latent trait that makes a person delinquency-prone based on the following factors: the environment where the child is raised, the socialization where the child interacts, and their ethnicity. With the content provided and my experiences in observation in adolescents I have come to realize that there are many determining factors that could have a child become a child delinquent. The most important factor between the two that I have come up with is the socioeconomic model. My husband has been in education for ten years and has been in many different districts around the state of Oklahoma. He and I have observed students who are exposed to different cultures and atmospheres. He has been to a smaller …show more content…
My best argument is the way the child is raised in their environment and who the person chooses to be friends with in their socialization. An adolescent is exposed to the family environment almost immediately; the adolescent begins to understand at age three and begin to change around the age of fourteen. It is important for the environment around the person to let the child understand the importance of good morals, being a good citizen, and respect. These foundations at an

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