DELINQUENCIA ACADEMICA PDF

DELINQUENCIA ACADEMICA PDF

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Adolescence-limited and life-course persistent anti-social behavior: Educ Stud ; 41 Services on Demand Journal. Can J Sch Psychol ; 26 4: Nevertheless, we believe that this study has great value for understanding such a challenging population, highlighting the value of personal dispositions and individual perceptions on the explanation of adolescent antisocial behaviours.

J Clin Child Adolesc ; 34 1: Estud Psicol Campinas ; 27 3: Psicol Esc Educ ; 16 1: Como citar este artigo. Educ Res ; academkca 4: As the Cambridge Study for Delinquent Development Farrington, suggests, the occurrence of frequent offenses depend on the interaction between the individual who has a certain degree of antisocial tendency and the social environment, as well as on a process of decision-making based on opportunities for deviancy: We were able to describe a particular sample of adolescents in terms of their personal, social and family conditions, highlighting several important vulnerabilities in all the three aspects of their lives and according to behavioural manifestations.

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TRAGTENBERG, Maurício. A Delinquência Acadêmica

A developmental model for early- and late-onset delinquency. A large scale evaluation of the KiVa antibullying program: Salmivalli C, Poskiparta E. Constructing bullying in Ontario, Canada: Aust J Guid Couns ; 22 1: O Youth Self-Report de Achenbach [An inventory of behavioural problems for children and adolescentes: An evaluation of curriculum approaches and the method of shared concern in four Hong Kong international schools.

Psychological Review, To test the first three hypothesis, we performed Pearson correlations, as shown in Table 2delinsuencia check for relations between antisocial behaviour, individual dispositions, age, school year, and family size.

The author postulates the existence of two types of antisocial behaviour: The studied variables were measured through self-report questionnaires, selected based on their psychometric characteristics, filling conditions collectively and anonymouslyand accessibility for individuals with basic reading skills.

Antisocial behaviour, Adolescence, Delinquency.

Developmental origins of disruptive behaviour problems: Aggressive behavior as a predictor of self-concept: Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 5 Bullying, mental health, and parental involvement among adolescents in the Caribbean. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 51 A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Scand J Caring Sci ; 25 4: Hence, family structure factors single parenting, divorce, family dimension, etc. In other words, they appear to acknowledge the maladjustment of their behaviours, suggesting a cognitive understanding of social rules, academics do not show sensitivity to such rules as illustrated by results on the lie scale — negatively correlated with antisocial behaviourpossibly because they have not internalized them adequately.

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Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 40 Such results lead to the conclusion that this particular population may be more homogeneous in terms of antisocial behaviour and individual dispositions than we could anticipate.

Likewise, the fact that all boys over 15 years of age were still in basic school academicaa when it is expected that, at 15, Portuguese students are attending wcademica first year of secondary education indicates a prior unsuccessful academic trajectory with several retentions, since, in juvenile detention centres, students have mandatory classes according to their school level at the moment of institutionalization.

However, there were no correlations between antisocial tendency and age, school year or family size. Rev Latino-am Enfermagem ; 15 3: This research intended to study a challenging phenomenon and sample, composed of a group of institutionalized delinquent boys delinquencai have committed an offense before reaching the legal age to be trialled in adult courts.