The Difference of The Influence of Family Education Environment on The Aggressive Behavior of (Male) Juvenile Offenders and Non-offenders

Authors

  • Liqi Cui

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/bbqeqn64

Keywords:

Male adolescents, Aggressive behavior, Intervention, Prediction.

Abstract

Aggressive behavior refers to a person's inability to control their own harm to others in any form, then this aggressive behavior may be caused by what, through investigation, abnormal family education environment may lead to young people's later aggressive behavior, and even criminal behavior. The abnormal family education environment includes incomplete family members, problems in the relationship of family members, and aggressive behavior of family members. Incomplete family may cause children to lack a certain part of their feelings, which may form a paranoid personality, jealousy of other children, and aggressive behavior, and family members have a bad relationship. Or there are people in the family who have aggressive behavior, once the child sees the scene of fighting or attacking others, the child is likely to imitate, thus forming aggressive behavior, so if we can predict the children who may have aggressive behavior in advance, we can intervene to prevent them from committing crimes. We can predict by observing the child's family environment, and intervene by psychological counseling or helping to improve the family environment.

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Published

1 February 2024

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How to Cite

Cui, L. (2024). The Difference of The Influence of Family Education Environment on The Aggressive Behavior of (Male) Juvenile Offenders and Non-offenders. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 12(2), 107-109. https://doi.org/10.54097/bbqeqn64

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