Families Delinquency and Crime

Families Delinquency and Crime - 11/29/2006 9:01:00 AM...

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29/11/2006 09:01:00 Families Delinquency and Crime Parenting styles, juvenile delinquency, adult crime Not trying to set new theory o Research is based on theory though By bringing all of this research together, a theoretical model  DOES emerge, though\ Social control model emerges o Elements of criminal learning Simon’s et. Al. recognize merits of Hirschi’s social control o Don’t believe it’s good enough explaining of the family Use Baumrind’s Typology of Parenting styles Demandingness Extent to which parents supervise and discipline  kids Responsiveness Emotional support given to kids Extent to which parents may be the tune the child  needs  Requires element of social control Need not also be demanding Neglecting/Rejecting Low Responsiveness and Low Demandingness Permissive Don’t discipline kids, it’s unnecessary
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