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Çocukları suç davranışına yönelten olası risk faktörleri

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Çocuk suçluluğu incelenmesi ve müdahale edilmesi gereken önemli bir sorundur. Geçmişten günümüze birçok araştırmada çocuk suçluluğu konusuna odaklanılmış ve çocukları suça yönelten olası risk faktörleri tespit edilmiştir. Çocukları suç davranışına yönelten olası risk faktörlerini belirlemenin, çocuk suçluluğunu önlemeye yönelik planların geliştirilmesi bakımından son derece önemli olduğu düşünülmektedir. Ayrıca, çocukluk çağında suç işleyenlerin yetişkinlikte tekrar suç işleme olasılıklarının daha yüksek olduğu bilgisi, çocuk suçluluğuna yönelik geliştirilen müdahalelerin yetişkin suçluluğunu da önleyebileceğini göstermekte ve konunun önemini bir kez daha hatırlatmaktadır. Bu çalışmada, son yıllarda yapılan ve çocukları suç davranışına yönelten olası risk faktörlerini inceleyen araştırmaları ele almak, bulgular üzerinden genel bir çerçeve oluşturmak ve konunun önemine dikkat çekmek amaçlanmaktadır. İncelemeler sonucunda, çocukları suç davranışına yönelten olası risk faktörlerinin, ailesel, bireysel ve çevresel faktörler olmak üzere birbirleriyle ilişkili üç ana grupta toplandığı ve bu faktörlerin çocuk suçluluğunda doğrudan ya da dolaylı yoldan rol oynayabileceği görülmüştür.
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Risk factors related to child delinquency

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Child delinquency is an important problem that should be examined in detail. Several studies have focused on this problem and have determined a variety of risk factors related to child delinquency. It is proposed that the probability of being arrested in adulthood is higher for individuals who were arrested in their youth. Therefore, it is important to know possible risk factors related to child delinquency for preventing both child and adult delinquency. The purpose of the current study is to review studies evaluating risk factors related to child delinquency and to form a general view of risk factors based on research findings. In the light of examinations, three main groups are formed: Family characteristics, child characteristics and environmental characteristics. It is observed that all factors are related to each other and they play important roles in child delinquency both directly and indirectly.
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