Thesis Statement On Juvenile Delinquency

2409 Words10 Pages
Treatment rather than Punishment
Thesis Statement: Children, as innocents and infantile, are unconsciously doing unwanted acts that may violate our laws, therefore insufficient guidance from family, environmental factors syndicates, poverty and problem on education, which are the main rationales for their involvement on crimes should be given corresponding solution by the government.
INTRODUCTION
Juvenile delinquency means that a youth specifically those who are below 18 years old commits an act that is against the law. It can also be used as legal term for the criminal behavior carried out by minors. According to UNICEF, an average of 10, 500 minors are being arrested and detained every year – about 28 children every day, or more
…show more content…
We all know that parents, since the child is born, are always by their child’s side since they share a same home and should be the one to monitor their children while he or she is growing up. David P. Farrington (Farrington, n.d) stated that family factor, poor parental child-rearing methods especially lack of guidance and control from parents, is the most common answer when people are asked about the main cause of crimes. Moreover, according to Lieb Roxanne (1994), family components can predict an early sign of delinquency. Some weak way of predictions are based on the socioeconomic status of the family, and the less affection of the child to parents. However, the lack of guidance and letting the child to feel being unwanted is a strong predictor or root of…show more content…
Retrieved May 31, 2015, from Abandunadong Kahoy Website: https://imaginaryblogger.wordpress.com/2009/07/27/juvenile-delinquency-its-effects-and-how-to-solve-it/
(2014, May). Retrieved May 31, 2015, from Wikipedia Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syndicate
Bridges, K. B. (1926-1927). Factors Contributing Juvenile Delinquency. 17, 531.
Farrington, D. P. (n.d.). Family Influences on Deliquency. Retrieved from http://samples.jbpub.com/9780763760564/60564_CH10_Springer.pdf
Greenwood, P. (2008). Prevention and Programs for Juvenile Offenders.
Gudjonsson, E. &. (1916). The Causes and Cures of Criminality. Plenum Press.
Koonce, A. (Ed.). (2012, November 27). Retrieved May 31, 2015, from Rappler Website: http://www.rappler.com/move-ph/ispeak/16812-the-filipino-child-is-not-dispensable
Roxanne, L. (1994). JUVENILE OFFENDERS: WHAT WORKS? A Summary of Research Findings. The Evergreen State College.
Sicault. (1963). The Needs of Children. The Free Press of Glencoe.
Siegel, L. &. (1988). Juvenile Delinquency: Theory, Practice and Law (3rd ed.). United States of America: West Publishing Company.
Wright, W. &. (1994). JUVENILE OFFENDERS: WHAT WORKS? A Summary of Research
Open Document