On Family Causes in Juvenile Delinquency

Ruoyu LI


Preventing and reducing juvenile delinquency is a social problem that countries in the world attach great importance to. Some scholars have listed juvenile delinquency as one of the world’s three major public hazards, along with environmental pollution and drug trafficking. The family, as a community of people, plays an important role in any stage of a person’s socialization process. Therefore, in the prevention and reduction of juvenile delinquency and crime, the family, as one of the most important factors for educating young people to ensure the healthy development of their psychology and behavior, is an indispensable line of defense.


Youth; Crime; Family prevention

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11803


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