Ethiological Factors Implied in Risk Behaviors in Adolescents
Keywords:Juvenile delinquency, deviance, deviant behavior, dissocial behavior, antisocial behavior.
The approach to juvenile delinquency, risk behaviors, and their production mechanisms justifies their relevance and relevance through their more or less intense character, which are at the expense of human interests, jeopardizing the fundamental values and norms recognized and accepted within society, thus affecting its good functionality.
In recent years, risk behaviors have become increasingly widespread. Everyday we hear about such news behaviors, we read in newspapers, we hear in the streets and in schools.
We chose this theme because in recent years the presence of risk behaviors in the school environment has become more and more important, which is a problem for the society in general and for the school in particular.
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