How "Shared Environment" Has
An Impact on Juvenile Delinquency
October 11, 2011
In the research on how "shared environment" has an impact on juvenile delinquency it was discovered that age is inversely related to criminality. Age is said to be everywhere and correlated with crime. According to criminology, its effects on crime do not depend on other demographic correlates of crime. Regardless of economic status, marital status, race, sex, and so on, younger people commit crime more often than their older peers (Siegel, 2007).
Official statistics tell us that young people are arrested at an inconsistent rate to their numbers in the population. It is said that a general rule for juvenile crime is age 16 for property vandalism and 18 for violence....
Excerpt from file: Juvenile Delinquency 1 HowSharedEnvironmentHas AnImpactonJuvenileDelinquency SandyDiaz CRJ JessicaStephens October11,2011 Juvenile Delinquency 2 Intheresearchonhowsharedenvironmenthasanimpactonjuveniledelinquencyit wasdiscoveredthatageisinverselyrelatedtocriminality.Ageissaidtobeeverywhereand
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