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ArtikelThe Relationship Between Neutralizations And Perceived Delinquent Labeling On Criminal History In Young Offenders Serving Community Orders  
Oleh: Cechaviciute, Ieva ; Kenny, Dianna T.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Criminal Justice and Behavior vol. 34 no. 6 (Jun. 2008), page 816-829.
Topik: juvenile offenders; delinquent label; labeling theory; neutralization
Fulltext: 816.pdf (116.51KB)
Isi artikelThis study examined the associations between young offenders’ justifications for delinquent behavior, their perceptions of being labeled “delinquent,” and criminal history. Young offenders (N = 153) serving community orders completed a questionnaire that assessed their use of justifications for offending (neutralizations) and their perceptions of being delinquent. More than half did not believe that others labeled them as delinquent. Those who did believe so self-reported more delinquency and other problem behaviors but did not a have more serious official criminal history than “unlabeled” offenders. Factor analysis revealed a twofactor structure (minimization and rationalization) for the neutralization items. Neutralization factors were weak predictors of official criminal history but were stronger predictors of self-reported delinquency and other problem behaviors. Findings are discussed with reference to the implications for risk and responsivity principles in the treatment of young offenders
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