The Research on the Deviant Behavior and Parent-Child Relationship of Juvenile Crime
Adolescence is the transition of children into the adult stage. Young children in physical or physiological changes, sometimes causing young parents in the parent-child interactive communication of distress; In addition, young children in the psychological changes (such as: interest on the popular thing, you need friends with same age, eager to independence, against the authority of the opposite sex interested in seeking self-image, etc.), the same, sometimes it makes young people have difficulty adapting to their parents. Complex causes of juvenile delinquency, many papers discuss various aspects, including physical, psychological factors, family factors, school factors, social factors and diversity into account; including family structure and family relationships interact with youth of deviant behavior.
KeywordsDeviant Behavior Parent-child Relationship Juvenile Crime
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