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Bull Acad Natl Med. 2004;188(8):1323-35.

[Social and cultural determinants of juvenile deliquency].

[Article in French]

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Institut d'Etudes Politiques, BP 348, 38040 Grenoble.

Abstract

Our knowledge of juvenile delinquency has progressed considerably since the early 1980s, thanks to self-reported delinquency surveys. They teach us that the determinants of delinquent behaviors among teenagers are dependent on the facility with which the offense is committed, the internal motivation (frustration in the family and school, observational learning of the use of violence in the media) and the weakness of social reactions.

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