The beat down on Juvenile delinquency

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Research question: Juvenile Delinquency Hypothesis: Juvenile delinquency is cause when the family institution does not fulfill its purpose to its Juvenile members. Abstract The topic that was studied was Juvenile delinquency and the causes and effects that it has on the family, society and the individuals themselves. The method use to gather the data needed for this was quantitative research methods. The quantitative method used was surveys. Surveys were handed out and the data collected and analyzed and. After analysis it can be seen that the results did not stray too far from the expected results. The results were then presented in the forms of graphs and percentages. These results mean that most of the literature reviews on the topic of juvenile delinquency are accurate and relevant. This study will also try to offer suggestions as to how further studies can be improved and how to solve the problem of juvenile delinquency. It will also present some of the limitations that can be faced when conducting studies on this topic of juvenile delinquency. Definition of terms Juvenile delinquency- this is the broad-based term given to juveniles who commit crimes. Juveniles are defined as individuals who haven’t reached adulthood or the age of majority. ( Delinquency- this is defined as, failure or omission of duty; a fault; a misdeed; an offense; a misdemeanor; a crime. ( Literature review Some researches that can help explain the causes of Juvenile delinquency are: The subdural theory. This is the inability of youths to achieve socially valued status and goals results in groups of young people forming deviant or delinquent subcultures, which have their own values and norms. (Eadie & Morley: 2003 p.552) The Strain Theory is part of the
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