DELINQUENT BEHAVIOUR OF CHILDREN FROM DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES

Authors

  • Sandra Bateva Center Consulting TP Skopje

Keywords:

Family, Delinquency, Children, Behavior

Abstract

The subject of my research in the paper is the children from dysfunctional families, primarily their delinquent behavior, education and moral, actually, who takes care of them and who undertakes the family roles and whether this care is sufficient for building these personalities.
This research approaches towards the study of the delinquent behavior of children from dysfunctional families. It examines to what extent the educational level of parents, the material condition, the health condition, the leisure time, the average monthly income of the family, the available permanent goods, the educational resources, the social communications within the very family, all affect the delinquent behavior of children from dysfunctional families. 

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Published

2014-12-20

How to Cite

Bateva, S. (2014). DELINQUENT BEHAVIOUR OF CHILDREN FROM DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 2(2), 67–72. Retrieved from https://www.ijcrsee.com/index.php/ijcrsee/article/view/158

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