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Juvenile delinquency

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  • 1. JUVENILE DELINQUENCY SINDHU PRIYA.P 12MSW033
  • 2. WHAT IS JUVENILE DELINQUENCY * Crime commited by children and adolescents under statutory age is called juvenile delinquency.
  • 3. JUVENILE DELINQUENT *A juvenile delinquent is one who is a minor with major problems. *Any person between the age 7 to 8,who violates the law is considered as criminals.
  • 4. DIFFERENT FORMS OF DELINQUENNT BEHAVIOUR *Loitering * Lofting *Pick-Pocketing *Stealing *gambling *Sexual offences like eve teasing etc.
  • 5. CAUSES OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY *FAMILY *PEER GROUP *NEIGHBOURHOOD *EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM
  • 6. FAMILY Almost all research workers have accepted that families of delinquents are characterized by discords , desertions and divorce. PEER GROUP To those in sore need of a substitute foe family love and groupbelongingness , the peer group or the gang presents itself as a kind of close knit unit that will solve the purpose. NEIGHBOURHOOD The immediate environment of a child also affect the trend he will adopt in connection with his personality. EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM Delinquents are typically non-bookish & non-academic individuals who take studies like a burden . When they fail in exams and get scolded by their family they tend to indluge themselves in delinquents acts.
  • 7. HOW TO CONTROL JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 1. Accept the delinquents as a person in his own right & give affection & security. 2. Providing the child with a variety of experiences like music & dance, art & craft. 3. Watch for the sign of maladjustment. 4. Attempt to build up a stable system of moral and social values. 5. Encourage the child to talk about & admit the existence of anti-social tendencies.