Actividades estructuradas / desestructuradas y delincuencia juvenil. Análisis de datos del ISRD-2

The purpose of this study is to understand and determine whether there is a relationship between crime and various structured and unstructured activities that are part teenager´s life. The collected data come from the second international survey of self-reported crime or Self-Reported Delinquency St... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Giorgi, Marco
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Autónoma del Caribe 2012
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Laburpena: The purpose of this study is to understand and determine whether there is a relationship between crime and various structured and unstructured activities that are part teenager´s life. The collected data come from the second international survey of self-reported crime or Self-Reported Delinquency Study (ISRD-2), conducted in Switzerland with approximately 3,000 students between 13 and 16 years. In this context, research has been focused on theories of opportunities. It begins by considering that the time devoted to the practice of structured activities (activities with parents, doing homework, reading books, reading magazines or comics) reduces the risk of committing criminal acts, however, the act of participating in unstructured activities (hanging out with friends, going to clubs or concerts, partying at night, playing computer games or chatting with strangers) increases the likelihood of criminal behavior. The results confirm the hypothesis formulated: structured activities decreased involvement in crime, and unstructured activities contrary represent a risk factor. For these reasons, there must be more specific research carried out on the relationship between leisure and crime. It is essential to take into account a broader range of activities undertaken by young people to measure the weight of this variable on the behavior of adolescents in a closer look-