Poor Relationship between Parents and their Children Leads to Crime
How different social culture and economic backgrounds affects a person becoming youthful parent. Crime is an issue that has been thoroughly investigated for a long time and it led to the following hypothesis. Young people who engage in crime activities have poor affiliation with their parents and have low level of education. The hypothesis was based on study that aimed to explore whether the rate at which people’s lives changed and became more sophisticated, miserable and insecure had any adverse effects on the life of parents and the society in general
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Social control theorists believe that the juvenile delinquents is mostly in poor parenting aspects, nevertheless from the evidence provided crime exists in all aspects the difference lays in the extent to which the crime exists. Poor parenting, lack of sufficient education, peer pressure and poor relationship between children and their parents confirm the hypothesis that young people who engage in crime activities have poor affiliation with their parents and have low level of education.
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