Juvenile deliquency hasil editan

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Juvenile deliquency hasil editan

  1. 1. Dra. Nurrochmi, M.Pd. Juvenile Delinquency Present by: FADLY YULIANTO ANDI IDJO AIDIT DIEN FIRMAN PANJI BARSANA ISTIKA MAWARNI KAMELIA 10.04.085 10.04.128 10.04.313 10.04.350 10.04.355 Bandung College of Social Welfare 2010/2011
  2. 2. Main Point History Juvenile Court 1899, Illinois, Amerika Serikat. Definition Juvenile Deliquency Causal Factors Type Forms Tips & Trick Internal External
  3. 3. History Delinquency problems began to receive public attention particularly since the establishment of justice for juvenile delinquents (juvenile court) in 1899 in Illinois , USA.
  4. 4. Definition 1. Santrock Delinquency is a collection of various adolescent behavior that is socially unacceptable to place a criminal act. 2. Kartono, juvenile delinquency is a social pathological phenomena in adolescents caused by a form of social neglect. As a result, they developed a form of deviant behavior.
  5. 5. Causal Factors 1. Internal Factors 2. External Factors a. The crisis of identity : biological and sociological changes in the adolescent self allows for two forms of integration . First , the formation of a sense of consistency in his life . Second , the role of identity achievement . Juvenile delinquency occurs because teens fail to reach the second integration period . b. weak self- control : Teenagers are not able to learn and discern behavior that is acceptable to unacceptable behavior will be dragged on the ' naughty ' . Likewise for those who already know the differences in behavior of the two , but could not develop the self-control to act in accordance with his knowledge . a. Family and Divorce of parents , lack of communication between family members , or disputes between family members can lead to negative behaviors in adolescents . Education was wrong in the family , such as too indulgent child , not giving religious education , or denial of the existence of the child , can be a cause of juvenile delinquency . b. Unfavorable Peers c. Communities and neighborhoods that are less good
  6. 6. Type a. drug abuse Drug abuse is the use of narcotics and drugs without permission with the sole purpose of obtaining pleasure . Social aberrations that arise are murder , rape , theft , robbery . b . Free Sex Sex outside of marriage , prostitution and HIV / AIDS is a social aberration due to aberrant social and religious norms . c . Brawl between students Fights including the type of delinquency due to the complexity of city life due to trivial issues .
  7. 7. Forms a. Delinquency physical casualties on others : fights , rape , robbery , murder , and others . b . Fatal delinquency matter : destruction , theft , pickpocketing , extortion , and others . c . Social misbehavior not cause casualties others : prostitution , drug abuse . d . Against delinquency status , for example, deny the status of the child as a learner by way of ditching , deny the status of parents by running away from home or their command denied
  8. 8. Non Criminal Delinquency , which have problems of this kind tend to be attracted to the pleasures that are aloof , apathetic to the community or school activities . These teens like to isolate themselves , avoid activities that foster contact with others . The feeling is very sensitive and easily hurt , quick to take offense and to exaggerate their own shortcomings , the general symptoms often alone , daydreaming , apathetic listlessness , extremely irritable , very easy to panic , it is very easy to get confused so it tends to be a drinker , a drunk , sucking opium , narcotics , be a dope fiend and so on , even have the heart to commit suicide .
  9. 9. The things you can do to deal with juvenile delinquency: 1. Failure to achieve identity and role of the weak selfcontrol can be prevented or overcome by the principles of exemplary. Teens should be able to get as many people figure that has grown well beyond the teenage years are also those who managed to improve themselves after previously failed at this point. 2. The existence of motivation from families, teachers, peers to do the first point.
  10. 10. 3. Willingness of parents to fix the condition of the family so as to create a harmonious family, communicative, and comfortable for teenagers. 4. Adolescents good at choosing good friends and environment as well as advising parents with whom and in communities where young people must get along. 5. Teenagers form a self-defense that are not easily affected if it turns out peers or community that is not in line with expectations.
  11. 11. That’s All Thanks for you’re attention . . . 

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