Research Paper On Juvenile Delinquency Pdf
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Street Gangs and Juvenile Delinquency
This 8 page paper examines gangs and juvenile delinquency and the relationship between the two concepts. Because youth who tend toward delinquency are likely to join gangs, and those gangs are likely to enhance delinquency, the problem is growing. Gangs attract juvenile delinquents, and juvenile delinquents are attracted to gangs. The problem is explored. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Roles of Family, School, and Church in Juvenile Delinquency
In ten pages this paper discusses juvenile delinquency in a consideration of the roles played by family, school, and the church with research regarding the causes of juvenile delinquency provided along with suggestions as to how it can be reduced. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.
Juvenile Delinquency and A Child's Emotional Needs
In a report of 18 pages the thesis that the lack of meeting a child's emotional needs at an early age is directly linked to juvenile delinquency. The problems of juvenile delinquency are addressed as are associated issues such as challenges to the child, the court systems, law enforcement, educators, and parents. There are 22 bibliographic sources cited.
Community Profile: Juvenile Threat
8 pages in length. Juvenile threats are manifested in myriad ways from the seemingly innocuous act of graffiti to the heinous and arbitrary aspect of drive-by shootings. The extent to which juvenile delinquency and gang violence is present in every community in one fashion or another is both grand and far-reaching; that Los Angeles reflects a particularly concentrated incidence level of these juvenile threats speaks to the ongoing struggle this southern California city continues to identify, address and try to prevent. Bibliography lists 11 sources.