Date of Publication : 30, Nov, 2020
“What Children see, Children do”, role modeling is a momentous progression in a child’s life. All children have a role model at some point in their lives. The point is who they see as their model. This may seem trivial whereas it creates an enormous impression on the impending behaviour and resolutions of the child. It is important for a child to have a social life. Peer and community may also affect the antisocial behaviour of a child. If a child is antisocial or excluded by the peer group, this may lead to stress, apprehension and downheartedness and may even shoddier psychological disturbances. This escalates the risk of crime among juveniles. Individuals tend to commit crime in their early ages. There is lack of awareness about how we can decrease crime tendency. Because people do not know the causes that push children into crime. There are various reasons for delinquency it can be psychological, economic, political and social. Where social problems are concerned, parental issues, family environment, peer and community, antisocial behaviour or exclusion, role modeling may be considered. This paper tries to answer the questions, whether Juvenile Delinquency is a social issue and how can it be recognised in the teaching or learning environment and what are the implications of Juvenile Delinquency for teachers and students? It analyses role modeling and parenting in the selected poems in the anthology titled Teen Poems from behind Bars poems written by youth at Denney Justice Center in Everett, Washington.
Keywords: Juvenile Delinquency, role model, antisocial behaviour, teaching and learning environment,
Cite this article:
Author(s), AYESHA M.I., (2020). “Role model and Parenting – The Building Blocks for A Juvenile to Be Delinquent or Nondelinquent: A Psychoanalytical Study in The Select Poems”. Name of the Journal: Commonwealth Journal of Academic Research, (CJAR.EU), P, 1- 6. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4300694 , Issue: 8, Vol.: 1, Article: 1, Month: November, Year: 2020. Retrieved from https://www.cjar.eu/all-issues/
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