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  • The Effect of Environment onPersonality
  • Causes of JuvenileDelinquency Causes of delinquency start by
  •  Having family problems, such as
  • When the parents or guardians
  •  Don’t listen or the household
  •  Has too many rules or
  •  The household has no rules. RULES1.AS LONG AS NO TROUBLE YOU CAN DOANYTHING
  •  When the household too many
  •  Rules, the kids feels that
  •  They are “trapped.”
  • Causes of White FangsViciousness White Fang has gotten beaten
  •  When White Fang was a
  •  Puppy in the Indian camp
  •  Liplip (the head lead dog)
  •  Got all the other dogs
  •  To beat up White Fang
  •  White Fang was showed no
  •  Love by his owners and
  • White Fang was
  •  Transformed into a fighting dog
  •  By his second owner, Beauty
  •  Smith.
  • What Can Change a Juvenile Offender The juvenile offender could see
  •  A therapist alone then try
  •  To go and see the
  •  Therapist with their families to
  •  Sort out their differences between
  •  Each other. They can avoid
  •  Getting involved in crimes and
  •  Drugs.
  • What Changed White Fang? White Fang was found by
  •  Weedon Scott. Weedon Scott
  •  Bought White Fang from Beauty
  •  Smith. He took White Fang
  •  With him to his cabin
  •  He talked to White Fang
  •  With love and he showed
  •  That he cared and he
  •  Petted him.