Poverty Theory.docx - JUS-452 Professor Pamela Linnins Delinquency Theories Juvenile delinquency has not just begun this behavior among children have

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JUS-452July 28, 2018Professor Pamela LinninsDelinquency Theories Juvenile delinquency has not just begun, this behavior among children have been going on for centuries only thing that it has gotten a little worse. There are numerous reasons to why juvenile delinquency take place and one of the issues that causes juvenile delinquency is poverty. Poverty can be defined as: when there is no income to purchase the basic needs for a family or not sustaining a degree of well-being (Poverty, 2004). Poverty is very well connected to crime and according to Jarjoura, Triplett, & Brinker (2002). In this paper the readers can view: poverty in connection to crime, theories that best describe crime, and strain theory of lower-class crime section. Poverty in the Connection to CrimeIt is known that some of the crimes that take place is due to poverty, except for countries that have small essential of their life met. It is to be believed that, no matter if an individual is raised with morals once poverty comes into their life or threatens, that person will revel in criminal acts and some will attack the succeeding social structure. Even those who are honest, those who cannot stomach corruption from the profundity of a human being will at some point fail in their mental state due to pressure from poverty will cause the individual to commit crime (Juvenile delinquency, 2001). If an individual goes before the Judge, some of them are not concerned as to why the crime was committed or try to see the lead cause of the problem, all they see is a criminal and the individual is sent to jail or prison and classified as a criminal. Once the offender is released it is hard for them to get a

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