ABOUT SOME OF THE REASONS AND FACTORS, CONTRIBUTING TO THE FORMATION OF DELINQUENT TRAJECTORY OF TODAY'S YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
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Urusova Laura Khabalovna candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer of the State, Civil and Law disciplines Department.
North Caucasus Institute for Advanced Studies (branch) of the Krasnodar University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia
Nalchik, Russia
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Abstract:
Juvenile delinquency in modern Russia is a problem of the state and society. The criminalization of the current Russian youth is progressing, involving an increasing number of adolescents. Delinquent behavior often occurs in social conditions in which the norms of tolerable behavior are violated. The main reasons and factors contributing to the formation of delinquency of the younger generation are considered in the article. Socio-economic, cultural-ethnic, matrimonial factors that influence the level of criminalization in the youth environment are singled out. The causes and conditions of juvenile delinquency are usually found in social institutions, social groups and interpersonal relationships. Modern processes of globalization are accompanied by instability of the work of social institutions - the state, the education system and the family. Being the main channels of socialization, public institutions carry out social and educational functions not fully and poorly control the process of socialization of minors. The weakening of the value orientational system of society led to a decline in the social status of the family. The relationship between the family and delinquency of the child is caused by a complex of varieties of the parental approach, actions and methods of upbringing that contribute to the successful socialization of the individual. Activation of educational work and patriotic education in the Russian education system can be an effective measure that can reduce the level of criminalization of young people.
How to Cite:
Urusova L.K., (2018), ABOUT SOME OF THE REASONS AND FACTORS, CONTRIBUTING TO THE FORMATION OF DELINQUENT TRAJECTORY OF TODAY'S YOUTH DEVELOPMENT. Sociopolitical Sciences, 3: 57-61.
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