populations relative diversity in relation to variables such as individual

Populations relative diversity in relation to

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populations relative diversity, in relation to variables such as, individual heterogeneity navigatingadolescence, in addition to socioeconomic status, due to financial aid and other forms of student support available. This population was also examined due to its accessibility, being an undergraduate student researcher, in contrast to adolescent individuals who require more consent when involved in research. My interviews aim to determine a parallel between juveniles socioeconomic status, and institutional responses to delinquency by discussing individuals
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SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS & DELINQUENCYtransitional experiences to adulthood. Further reasoning for drawing my sample from individualsaged 18-25 in contrast to current juvenile populations, is due to my own identity as a researcher; individuals often being more receptive in sharing experiences with peers of their own age, being able to form relationships by sharing my experiences with individuals that could be uncomfortable. In these interviews, I will begin with general demographic questions to gain information on how heterogeneity of individuals, plays a role in experiences with institutions. Next, I will discuss experiences individuals face in the education system, highlighting topics such as: school environment, responses to delinquency, and individuals attachment to classes andteachers. The purpose of discussing individuals school experiences prior to other topics, is due tomy ability as a researcher to relate to individuals experiences in school, being relatively the sameage. Sharing my perspective, I aim to establish a stronger sense of rapport, potentially resulting in individuals sharing more information regarding more sensitive topics discussed later in the interview. Establishing an interpersonal relationship, My interview will discuss individuals family influence and structure, discussing the timing of events and determining factors of pathways to adulthood. Further, my interview will highlight individuals surrounding communities during the transitional period to adulthood, focusing on variables such as community socioeconomic status, events and role models.AnalysisCorrelating responses to the labeling of juveniles as delinquent institutions, to result in future recidivism of delinquency (Tapia. 2010), I will analyze the variable of socioeconomic status, in addition to the family, and community; hypothesizing these variables to be influential in dictating responses by institutions towards juveniles across varying socioeconomic statuses. ETHICS
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SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS & DELINQUENCYMy research aims to determine a parallel between juveniles socioeconomic status, and institutional responses to delinquency by examining heterogenous individuals transitional experiences to adulthood. Discussing potentially sensitive topics, respondents may feel uncomfortable sharing personal life experiences. However, my research will ensure the confidentiality of respondents by adhering to sociological research methods such as: creating
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