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NCJ Number: 30341 Find in a Library
Title: JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND DEGENERACY - ON THE CAUSES OF ASOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN JUVENILES - WEST GERMANY
Author(s): D KURZEJA
Date Published: 1973
Page Count: 271
Sponsoring Agency: Andreas F Achenbach
Chamissoweg 7, Germany United
Sale Source: Andreas F Achenbach
D-63 Tiessen
Chamissoweg 7,
West Germany (Former)
Language: German
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: OVERVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC THEORIES ON THE CAUSES OF ASOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN JUVENILES AND WHY THOSE CAUSES PRODUCE SUCH BEHAVIOR.
Abstract: THE PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN DEFINING SUCH TERMS AS JUVENILE DELINQUENCY, DEGENERACY, CRIME, ASOCIALITY, ETC., ARE DISCUSSED. THE AUTHOR PROVIDES A BRIEF DISCUSSION OF THE DIRECTION HE CLAIMS SHOULD BE TAKEN BY THEORETICAL STUDY. THIS, IN LINE WITH HIS MARXIST LEANINGS, WOULD CONSIST OF THE STUDY OF THE LOWEST LEVEL OF THE LOWER CLASS AS THE PRIMARY CAUSE OF JUVENILE ASOCIALITY AND OF WAYS TO PUT AND END TO ITS FUNCTIONING IN THAT CAPACITY. --IN GERMAN
Index Term(s): Deviance; Germany; Juvenile delinquency factors; Juvenile delinquency theory; Psychology; Sociology
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