Juvenile delinquency, also known as "juvenile offending", is participation in
illegal behavior by minors Most legal ...
Strain theories of delinquency explain the delinquency of youths as a response to
a lack of socially approved opportunities. Strain theorists regard juvenile ...
This section broadly examines theories of juvenile delinquency from economics,
psychology, and—the most common theoretical approach—sociology. Some of ...
John W. McDavid, Boyd R. McCandless, Psychological Theory, Research, and
Juvenile Delinquency, 53 J. Crim. L. Criminology &. Police Sci. 1 (1962) ...
THEORIES ON JUVENILE DELINQUENCY. UDC 343.94/.95-053.6. Miomira
Kostić. Faculty of Law, University of Niš, Serbia. Abstract. In this paper, the author
According to social learning theory, juveniles learn to engage in crime in the
same way they learn to engage in conforming behavior: through association with
A theory of juvenile delinquency should thus explain all social behavior. The use
of "society" as a concept is acceptable only when it is explicitly stated that it is a ...
Keywords: strain theory, life-course, juvenile crime, juvenile delinquency,
contributors to ... School Environment as a Contributor to Juvenile Delinquency…
Jun 1, 2011 ... Lin, Wen-Hsu, "General Strain Theory and Juvenile Delinquency: A Cross-
Cultural Study" (2011). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.
Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Larry J. Siegel was born in the Bronx in
1947. While living ... Back. Juvenile Delinquency: Theory, Practice, and Law.