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Walter Reckless’ Containment Theory
Inner containment = self control, good self-image, ability to
tolerate frustration
Outer containment = family values, institutional reinforcement,
effective supervision
Internal pushes = restless, impatience and anger
External pulls = poverty, unemployment, the media, or delinquent
friends
Travis Hirschi’s Social Bond Theory
Attachment = tied of affection and respect, with parents, school
teachers

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Walter Reckless’ Containment Theory • Inner containment = self control, good self-image, ability to tolerate frustration • Outer containment = family values, institutional reinforcement, effective supervision • Internal pushes = restless, impatience and anger • External pulls = poverty, unemployment, the media, or delinquent friends
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