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The above table and diagram show that 52% of the parents considers their children to be their friends as they said ‘yes’, 12% of the parents said ‘no’ as they don’t consider their children to be their friends while 20% of the guardians answered as ‘don’t know’ and 16% of the parents said that their children are ‘too young to be their friends’, Example of other child given by the parents. (2008). 12) What is your suggestion regarding the solution of this problem. ), Comprehensive and collaborative systems that work for troubled youth: A, national agenda. (32%) responded to ‘no’, whereas (24%) of the children responded to ‘yes’. Madan, G.R. This procedure resulted in 157 father/daughters, … antisocial behavior in adolescence. Report of National Crime Records Bureau. ... Parental Influence, and Delinquency Among African American Boys, Sociology of Education, 10.1177/003804070908200203, 82, 2, (147-172), (2009). This can lead to serious level of problem as the parents are not aware of how the child is spending the amount of pocket money and with whom. The schedule included two separate sets of questions, one for the parents and the other for the child. Consequently, politicians and community leaders are making efforts to re-engage fathers. So it can be seen that mothers who are home-makers also do not know about the child friend’s phone number in spite of being in home and also the parents who are involved in service , business do not usually ask about the account of pocket money spend by their child. Hirschi suggested that inadequate families fail to provide the attachments that could leverage children into socialized lifestyles (Hirschi, 1969). In a study conducted by (Poduthase, 2012) they identified three major factors of family process. In J.Q. Extending research on the consequences of parenting style for. Internalizing disorders are directed inward and involve behavioral deficits, such as withdrawal, isolation, and depression. Parental support refers to manner in which a parent brings up a child. The failure of families to accomplish this task may result in serious consequences for the individual as well as for the society at large (Patchin, 2006). Furthermore, reductions in delinquency between the ages of fifteen and seventeen years appear to be related to friendly interaction between teenagers and their parents, a reduction that seems to promote school attachment and stronger family ties (Liska and Reed 1985). © 1999 International Journals The anti-social behaviour may be a part of growing up or the beginning up of a long-term pattern of the criminal activity. Juvenile delinquency has become a cankerworm which has eaten deep into the fabric of our educational system. Table and Diagram 11 show that 44% the adolescent children usually spend time with their parents while having dinner, 24% of the children spend time with their parents in engaging in ‘other’ activities. This dual relationship implies an interaction between characteristics of both the parent and the child. Clearly describing the objectives of the study here is an attempt to describe the methods of collecting the data, basic design of the study, information regarding the sample participants, tools of data collection, processing and presentation. A child is a part of society in which he lives and due to his immaturity, he is easily motivated by what he sees around him. As non-probability purposive and convenience sampling is used so the results can therefore not be generalized beyond the sample studied. In the Nigerian secondary schools juvenile delinquency have increased in number. If delinquent behavior is viewed from a behavior disorder perspective, it encompasses two broad dimensions: internalizing and externalizing. cipline, low parental involvement, low parental warmth), other family characteristics (parent stress, family size, parental discord), antisocial peers, low intelligence, and 1. A good amount of negligence can be seen when it comes to the nature of relationship the parents share with their children. Crossref. Hagan J. and Foster H. (2001), ‘Youth Violence and the End of Adolescence’, American Sociological Review,Vol. Methodology: A total of hundred and sixteen juvenile delinquents (100 boys and 16 girls) in the age range of 11- 18 years, residing in the four Government-run Observation and Special Homes (O&SHs) of Odisha. Occupation * Present Teenage Problem Cross tabulation, It can be seen from the above table that according to the housewives, the present problem of the teenagers are 38.5% ‘disobedience/rudeness/impoliteness’ towards their elders, 38.5% said the use of social networking sites as the problem for the teenagers in the present society,  7.7% of the drug abuse can be seen as a problem for the home-makers and nuclear family/improper grooming 15.4% is said to be a problem for the teenagers in the present society according to the housewives. Here, also it can be said that parents are not interested in asking about the account of pocket money from their child. delinquent behavior (5th ed.) The respondents were interviewed using an interview schedule for the collection of data from the samples selected. This can lead a teenager to commit any kind of delinquent behavior because they tend to hide secrets from their parents. In a study by Chao (2001), the closeness of parent-adolescent relationships explained the beneficial effect of authoritative control. The above table shows that (22.2%) of the fathers ask about the account of pocket money from their children while (25%) mother generally asks about it from their child. This act has been amended several times. Summarizing their work on race, family structure, and delinquency in white and black families, Matsueda and Heimer (1987:836) noted: “Yet in both racial groups non-intact homes influence delinquency through a similar process—by attenuating parental supervision, which in turn increases delinquent companions, prodelinquent definitions, and, ultimately, delinquent behavior.” The term juvenile delinquency was officially developed in the United States in 1899, when the first code of juvenile delinquency was enacted in Chicago, Illinois (Shoemaker 2005). The table and diagram 9 show that (56%) of the teenagers responded as ‘no’, whereas (24%) responded as ‘sometimes’ and only ‘20%’ answered as ‘yes’. We believe in sharing with our readers the knowledge that we have gained, through simple transcription of social theories and their real-life application. Girls, however, show a propensity towards indirect and verbal aggression. Sarantakos found that 78% of child offenders came from families that experienced physical violence and child abuse, while only 22% of child offenders came from non-violent homes. (2004). eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'sociologygroup_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_0',196,'0','0']));In this study, parent adolescent relationships are attempted to be explored from the perspective of adolescence. Whereas, teenager girls like to share secrets with the ‘others’ 12.5%. a) Name – (optional) c) Educational Qualification-, a) Between first and second b) Between second and third, c) Between third and fourth c) Others. Nelson, C. (1996). In C. Nelson, R. Rutherford, & B. Wolford (Eds. We aim at providing virtual guidance to the ones taking their first steps into the world of Social Science, either through formal education or because of their never-ending quest for learning. Commentators have generally either praised or … 6)  What do you do when your brother/sister misbehaves with you? 9)  What is the best option when you find any valuable things of your friend left behind? Family & relationship – Dept. The second discusses how family life involvement by an adult criminal or an adult at high risk for criminal activities may inhibit the likelihood of criminal activities. With respect to parental involvement, some studies show that more time spent with parents leads to less participation in crime and delinquency (Sheldon and Glueck, 1950, 1962). (Ed. (World Youth Report, 2003). With respect to parental involvement, some studies show that more time spent with parents leads to less participation in crime and delinquency (Sheldon and Glueck, 1950, 1962). Table and diagram number 18 show that 52% of the respondents were housewives, 20% of the parents were engaged in ‘service’ and ‘business’ while 8% of the parents were ‘self employed’, Knowledge About the Timings of the School, The above table and diagram 19 show that 76% of the parents are aware of the timings of the school  of their children, where 16% responded as ‘no’ when asked about the timings of the school of their children and 8% responded as ‘don’t know’ when asked the same question, Knowledge of the child’s friends phone number. If a child develops anger and mistrust then hat child becomes a child without a conscience and behaves in an anti-social manner. . 7)   To what extent you can trust your child? The distinctive role of children and adolescents in Indian families and their interdependency with the family members tends to last much longer compared to many other developed countries (Madan, 1990; Simhadri, 1989). CHAPTER ONE. Agarwal, U. C. (1989). Family is one of the most influential institutions in socializing a child. Juvenile delinquency is also used to refer to children who exhibit a persistent behavior of mischievousness or disobedience, so as to be considered out of parental control, becoming subject to legal action by the court system. Chao, R. K. (2001). The family context of childhood delinquency. Youth in the contemporary world. However, a great deal of research suggests that the family unit is perhaps the single greatest determiner of delinquent behavior in juveniles (Steinberg, 2000). The area in which the present researcher carried out the study was based on the convenience of the present researcher due to certain limitation of time, money and energy. The level of violence between parents and towards their children can also influence levels of juvenile delinquency. Deković, M., Janssens, J. M. A. M. and Van As, N. M. C. (2003). There were 11 options among which the following three were chosen by the public. On the other hand, externalizing disorders are directed outward and involve behavioral excesses, such as disturbing others verbal and physical aggression, and acts of violence (Rao, 2013). It can be seen that 66.7% fathers do not ask about the account of pocket money from their child and (62.5%) of the mothers also do not ask about the account of pocket money from their children. 11) Do you tease or make fun of your friends from the opposite gender? Controlling parents and adolescents who strive for more independence are likely to clash with one another. However, it is generally agreed that a number of factors that play an important part in a youngster’s delinquent behavior can be divided into two groups, individual factors and situational factors (Sharma,2009). INTRODUCTION. 5)  Do you consider your children to be your friends? While, according to the parents engaged in business 80% of the solution lies in restricting the child and only 20% of freedom should be given to the teenager to solve the problem of the present teenage problem, And lastly, according to the parents engaged in self employment the solution of the present adolescent crisis is only  by restricting  the child 100%. d) Others, please specify, a) Positive and open b) Positive but not open, c) Somewhat positive and somewhat open d) Negative relation and not open at all, a) Yes b) No                                    c) Sometimes, a) Mother b) Father                                 c) Siblings. Table 1 show that 33.3% fathers know about their child’s friends phone number, whereas 37.5% mothers have the knowledge about their child’s friend’s phone number. The present study ‘Juvenile delinquency and parental role’ was undertaken to understand the mutual relationship between the parents and the adolescent child. Theories of delinquency: An examination of explanation of. ), From children to, citizens (Vol III): Families, schools, and delinquency prevention (pp.3-26). Starting from later childhood, boys show higher rates of conduct problems than girls (Farrington, 1987). Parental rejection appears to be one of the most significant predictors of delinquency. 20% of the children are seen to spend time with their parents ‘while studying’ and the rest 12% spends time with their guardian in weekend outing. Hence it can be said that, mostly the parents are not aware of their child friends contact number in general. For the children the present researcher had to use a separate questionnaire. So it can be said that the ‘20%’ who said ‘yes’ when asked about the habit of teasing opposite gender are more inclined towards committing any kind of delinquent activity. ‘Mothers’ are mainly the respondents in this study. While, 24% of the adolescents spend their time with friends in the school and 20% of the teenagers like to ‘watch movies’ with their friends. Teenagers are still developing mentally and are easily influenced. Just as the causal factors of delinquency are diverse and numerous, so are the definitions. It can be seen from the following table that 29.4% of the teenage males argue with their parents while 11.8% of the males do not fight with their parents whereas 58.8% of the male child argue with their parents. Sociologists define deviance as any behavior that members of a social group define as violating their norms. eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'sociologygroup_com-banner-1','ezslot_3',600,'0','0'])); However, this rate increased significantly to 1.1% within a span of 7 years and then declined to 1% in 2010. Juvenile delinquency is one of the most interesting, yet complex, phenomena in the United States criminal justice system. The above table and diagram number 17 show that the ‘gender’ of the parents consisted (64%) of the ‘female’ respondents and (36%) of the ‘male’ respondents. Whereas, for the girls it is seen that 37.5% mostly share their secrets with their mother,followed by their siblings 25.0% and friends 25%. Dekovic (1999) found that the negative quality of relationships between the adolescents and their parents is related to higher levels of externalizing problems, such as disturbing others, verbal and physical aggression, and acts of violence (Nelson, Rutherford, & Wolford, 1996). It is also seen that children in urban and semi-urban areas who belong to middle class families are found more prone to crimes such as theft, rape, and murder and this happens because there is an absence of proper environment both within a family as well as in a community level. New York: Oxford University Press. Shoemaker, D.J. 41, pp 22-40, Kimani,A. eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'sociologygroup_com-large-mobile-banner-2','ezslot_9',603,'0','0'])); The table and Diagram-2 depict that the important social problems are corruption (20%), juvenile delinquency (20%), followed by environmental problem ( 16%) and political disturbances (12%). The family as context for delinquency prevention: Demographic trends, and political realities. The Indian Penal Code Act of 1860 is the act under which all the substantive aspects of criminal laws are incorporated. 4) How do you spend your time with your friends? Causes of delinquency. A general opinion based question was asked to the public regarding the three most trivial social problems in the present society. (2) Economic problem in family:- The cause of juvenile delinquency is economic problem in family. 2)   If the number of children is more than one child, then what is the age gap between the two children? While, 37.5% females tend to fight with their parents while 62.5% of the females ‘sometimes’ fight with their parents. The next part of the section is oriented on children group and parental opinions. Parents should also concentrate more in having the knowledge of their child’s peers because undue influences of peer groups can lead a child to be a delinquent. His major research interest includes the etiology of juvenile delinquency—especially those causal factors involving the family. 12)  With whom do you like to share your secrets? To examine the children’s opinion regarding the role of their parents. Berkeley: University of California Press. New. 66.7% fathers do not have the knowledge of their child’s friend’s phone number while 62.5% mothers do not know about it. New Delhi: DK. Loury (Eds. That is, a strong parent-child bond will not lessen the adverse impact of punishment that is too harsh.” (in which only one individual is involved and the cause of delinquent act is traced to individual delinquent), group supported delinquency (committed in companionship and the cause is attributed not to the personality of the individuals but to the culture of the individual’s home and neighborhood), organized delinquency and situational delinquency (Sharma,Sangeet,Bano,2009). Drug addiction: A psychosocial study of youth. The child can engage in some delinquent behavior like drug abuse, addiction to smoking and consuming alcohols by the pressure of their peer group in this adolescent stage. While parental divorce has been linked with juvenile delinquency, it is also possible that delinquency can increase the likelihood of parental divorce as a delinquent child may cause stress and discord in a family environment leading to deterioration in the parents’ relationship (Beaver & … It is pertinent to mention that a juvenile and five others were arrested by Delhi Police for brutally raping and assaulting a 23-year-old girl in the national capital on December 16, 2012. A teen whose parent is physically and/or emotionally absent might turn to criminal activity out of anger or hurt. United Nations.(2004). Among adolescents, early adolescence (ages 10-15) has been associated with higher levels of conflict with parents (Poduthase,2012), and adolescent-parent relationships may be transformed dramatically during this period Furthermore, research has found that conflicting quality of parent-adolescent relationships leads to adolescent maladjustment. They need parent’s guidance to figure out the difference of good or bad. Why do so many young American men commit crimes and what. Seven current, peer-reviewed, empirical researches that examined the effects the family can have on delinquency were … Creativity and adjustment of adolescents. All crimes that come under other laws are generally termed as SLL. For many young people today, traditional patterns guiding the relationships and transitions between family, school and work are being challenged. Family separation was a great contributor of child neglect which generally leads to child deviant behavior. They are parental guidance, parental involvement and parental attachment that have effects on delinquent behavior. During this period, teenagers begin to exercise choices independently and try to disconnect from the restricted environment. Table number 8 show that (44%) the teenagers mostly responded to ‘ sometimes’  when asked about the question of  fighting with friends. The table and diagram-4 show that (56%) of the children are early teens and (44%) are late teens. 8)  If you feel that your child is not growing up according to your aspirations what do you think the. 1994) supports the present researcher’s argument as it stresses about the importance of parental monitoring as an important factor as it  prevents the child from engaging in any kind of delinquent activity. “Punishment that is too strict, frequent or severe can lead to a greater probability of delinquency regardless of parental attachments. Child Development, 72, 1832-1843. It is assumed that parental violence unfolds negative influences on later delinquency directly and indirectly, that is, mediated through other crime predictors. All Rights Reserved. Yet another study by Dekovic, Janssens, and Van (2003), demonstrated that quality of parent-adolescent relationships explains adolescent antisocial behavior. In the case of the girl child it is seen that they like to share their secrets mostly with their mother compared to their friends. In the next stage, the researcher analyzed and processed the data with the help of a software named ‘ Statistical Package for Social Science’, mainly known as ‘ SPSS’. Being raised in a single parent home can lead to delinquency, regardless if it was because of divorce/separation, death, or incarceration. Juby, H. and Farrington D. (2001), ‘Disentangling the Link between Disrupted Families and, Delinquency’, British Journal of Criminology, Vol. Juvenile delinquency can be caused by a variety of factors. ‘Other’ activities include  engaging in a family conversation, helping with the household chores etc. The more leisure time that an adolescent spends with parents, the less likely the adolescent is to deviate. As 60% of the respondents mostly responded to ‘sometimes’ when asked about the question of argument with parents whereas, in this case it can be seen that 44% of the children responded as ‘sometimes’ when asked about argument with friends (see also Diagram 8). So, it can be seen that parents in general do not generally ask about the account of pocket money spend by their child which can lead to some serious delinquent behavior of the child in the future if the parents are negligent about this issue. 11) What do you think is the major problem for a teenager at this time? To review and categorize family-related factors that influence juvenile delinquency. The theory gains support from a series of studies showing absence of parental affection to be linked with delinquency. To access this article, please, Access everything in the JPASS collection, Download up to 10 article PDFs to save and keep, Download up to 120 article PDFs to save and keep. This overrepresentation of males in juvenile delinquency is one of the most robust and stable findings in the literature (Freeman, 1996; Odgers & Moretti, 2002). Family predictors of. New Delhi : Daya Publishing House. The more leisure time that an adolescent spends with parents, the less likely the adolescent is to deviate. Some environments restrict certain behavioral responses of adolescents, while other environments tend to promote a wide range of behavioral adaptations. The present study wants to explore parent adolescent attachment; adolescent’s views towards parental guidance; adolescent perception about parental control; and the type of communication between the adolescent and the parent from a relationship perspective. The questions were divided into various categories such as the socio-demographic profile, educational background; extent and quality of time parents spend with their children, parents’ view about the future career of their children, relationship between the parents themselves, nature of bonding between the siblings, consequence of negative peer pressure, children’s view about their bonding with their parents etc. The peer groups play an important in the construction of delinquent behaviour. So, it can be said that parents do not sufficiently know all the information regarding their child like their friends know. While 50% of the parents who are self employed ‘sometimes’ ask about it from their children and also 50% of the self employed parents do not ask about it from their child. We can say that according to most of the parents, the use of social networking sites, peer pressure, disobedience is the major problem of the teenagers in the present society. Lack of intimacy, lack of parental involvement, blaming and anger can lead to delinquent behavior among adolescents. A family may influence a person’s behavior either negatively or positively both at childhood and adulthood. The outcome of the child’s life is considerably different compared to a … The present researcher in this study has used a primarily quantitative method of research design. With a personal account, you can read up to 100 articles each month for free. Family Process, 42, 223-235. ), International handbook of, adolescence (pp. of Economic and Social Affairs, Ranking of social problems: (Please rank three important social problems that seem to be most serious to you). It can be seen from the above table and diagram that 56% of the parents who said ‘yes’ gives pocket money to their children and 36% said ‘no’ that they don’t give any kind of pocket money to their children while, 8% of the parents said ‘sometimes’ when asked about whether they give any amount of pocket money to their children or not. So it can be seen that female children are more often tend to be engaged in delinquent behavior than the males. It can be seen from the above table and diagram that 44% of the parents praise their children only ‘a little part of the time’, 24% of the parents praise their children ‘most/all part of the time’, 20% of the guardians ‘praise their children ‘sometime’ and 12% of the parents ‘rarely or none of the time’ praise their child. Sociological theories of juvenile delinquency put emphasis on the environment, social structures and the learning process. This shows that parents do know the peer group with whom their child mixes and therefore this negligence can lead to a child becoming a delinquent in future as the parents do not know about the whereabouts of their child’s peer circle or their peer’s contact number. c) Sometime                             d)  Most/ all of the time. Parents and the children were questioned separately with the help of two different interview schedule. The victim later succumbed to her injuries. We also believe in the power of knowledge in making the world a better place to thrive and survive. From 1953 to 2000, delinquent behaviour contributed only a 0.05% share of the national crime rate. 191-206). Researchers have identified father absence as a contributor to juvenile delinquency. (2010), ‘Influence Of Family Structure On Juvenile Delinquency in Nakaru Children’s Remand Home’, University Of Nairobi. For terms and use, please refer to our Terms and Conditions 9) For these children, harsh punishment can mean parental rejection. It can be seen from the table and diagram number 12 that, 28%  each of the teenagers like to spend time with their friends in ‘playing games’ and ‘roaming out’. Juvenile. 8) Separation from the mother, especially between six months and three years of age, can lead to long-lasting negative effects on behavior and emotional development. JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways. The above table and diagram show that 56% of the teenagers ‘mostly or all of the time’ spend time in their cell phones according to their parents while 28% of the teenagers ‘rarely or none of the time’ use their cell phones according to their guardians and 16% of the teenagers ‘sometimes’ use their cell phones. (Yes/No). The above table and diagram 15 show that 44% teenagers like to share their secrets mostly with their ‘friends’, followed  by their  28% of their ‘mother’  , 12% with their ‘siblings’ and ‘father’, and only 4% of  ‘others’  includes sharing  secrets with their aunts, grandparents etc. New Dehli: Ariana Publishing. From the study of the review of literature, we came to know that various authors have opined that a good amount of negligence can be seen when it comes to the amount of time the parents share with their children. Read  :  Research Basicseval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'sociologygroup_com-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_8',602,'0','0'])); This research is mainly a quantitative research where the present researcher has used an interview schedule for obtaining information from the respondents. The more leisure time that an adolescent spends with parents, the less likely the adolescent is to deviate. b) Do you keep it quietly to your self? According to the table and diagram number 14 it can be seen that 48% of the teenagers are having a ‘Positive and Open’ relation with their guardians, 24% of the teenager are having a ‘somewhat positive and somewhat open’ relationship with their parents, whereas 20% of the adolescents are having a ‘positive but not open’ relation and  8% are having a negative relation with their guardians. The above table and diagram number 25 show that 44% of the parents trust their children ‘mostly/all part of the time’, 36% of the parents trust their children ‘sometimes’, whereas 16% of the guardians trust their children ‘a little part of the time’ and only 4% of the guardians ‘rarely or none of the time’ trust their child. Parental Responsibility for Juvenile Crime resulting system is unworkable: the court enforcing the parental responsibility law lacks jurisdiction over the child, while the court adjudicating juvenile delinquency has no viable method to in-volve the parents. So we can come to a general conclusion that, the mutual relationship between the parents and their children should have a friendly bonding to prevent the child to be engaged in further  delinquent behavior or activities. Parikh, J.C., & Krishna, K.S. 10)  What is the relationship between you and your guardian? From the above table it can be seen that 30.8% of the mothers who are housewives keep an account of the pocket money given to their children whereas 69.2% of the housewives do not ask about it. In this section the present researcher aims to examine the particular social problems that the respondents considered most important in today’s context. Of the factors having influence on delinquency, it was found out that peer pressure was perceived to have a great influence on the decision of juveniles to commit delinquent actions. Interview is the primary method of data collection. 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