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On the problem of the family delinquency

L.Kh. Urusova
80,00 Р


L.H. Urusova is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), senior lecturer North-Caucasian Institute of Advanced Training (branch) of Krasnodar University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia



Examined are forms of deviant behavior of young people, namely the delinquency, that remains an important issue of our time. Important role in the formation of the person are playing small social groups: society, environment, family. However, no other institute of education, in terms of duration of educational influence on the personality of the child, can’t compete with raising a family. Objective study of the selected topics is possible only in the study of delinquency in the context of standard psychological and pedagogical features of development of the individual. This article examines the problem of family relationships and delinquency. The tendency of family influence on the process of behavioral correlates of personality deviation, studied the impact of parenting style on the process of socialization, defined features of the emergence of social and non-social aggressive delinquents, in order differences between delinquents. The problem of delinquency and matrimony in their relationships is being analyzed on example of national and international research.

Key words: personality, personality typology, matrimonial, delinquency, deviance, deviant behavior, aggressiveness.



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