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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 103
Professor
Boyanowski
Semester
Winter

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Last Crim LectureReviewKohlbergmoral developmentCh 21Social Risk FactorsaSocial class socioeconomic statustypically based on ones family incomebPoverty has a strong connection to persistent violent offending as measured by official victimization and self0report dataPreschool and School ExperiencesChildren who spend large aounts of time in unsupervised after school care in the early elementary school years are also at elevated risk for delinquencyMore likely to associate with other unsupervised delinquency prone peersEarly school failure leads to antisocial development and delinquency2Psychological Risk FactorsaDevelopmental FactorsLearning experiences begins early and build on themselvesHighly aggressive troublesome children demonstrate socialinterpersonal skills that are below avgHyperactivity and Attention Deficit DisordersIntelligence and Delinquency
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