DownloadAndrzej siemaszko granice tolerancji pdf. Just one friend on an HTC. DNA. We source our products from the UK, Europe and the USA. Best. Practices . Siemaszko, A. () Granice tolerancji. O teoriach zachowań dewiacyjnych, Warszawa. ——— () Kogo biją, komu kradną. Przestępczość nie rejestrowana. Dzieci gorszych szans, Wyd. KKWR, Warszawa. Siemaszko, A. (). Granice tolerancji. O teoriach zachowań dewiacyjnych. Wyd. Naukowe PWN, Warszawa.
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Would you tolerzncji like to submit a review for this item? In the search for environmental causes of juvenile crime, the respondents were asked to point out those which, according to them, have the most significant effect on committing crimes by juveniles graph no. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online.
Among direct motives for criminal behaviour of exogenous character, young people indicated above all pressure of a peer group student, i. Don’t have an account? The E-mail message field is required.
Young people are conscious of the fact that alcohol abuse may be direct or indirect cause of criminal activity, and that it results in changes in the personality of an alcohol abusing person that determine specific criminal behaviour.
Granice tolerancji : o teoriach zachowań dewiacyjnych (Book, ) 
The surveyed adolescents also indicated problems at school 42 respondents, i. Ott 26, The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
The rest of the surveyed individuals do not have any opinion on the subject. The survey study of youth on the issue of juvenile delinquency, including its psycho-social determinants, should be the starting point of effective preventive actions, whose essence is to counteract threats of social maladjustment and criminal behaviour.
These factors, as it was mentioned earlier, determines themselves mutually and in consequence there is often a genetic cause, rather than a simple causal explanation of juvenile criminal behaviour.
Please verify that you are not a robot. The E-mail Address es field is required. A key educational environment that causes criminal sie,aszko among young people are peer groups and a family. Moreover, during this period of life, the understanding of conventionality of certain social arrangements and ability to critical analysis of norms are shaped.
According to the author, the population of juvenile offenders requires special care due to few reasons. It was based on a skemaszko survey in the form of an interview questionnaire. Szewczuk, Warsaw, Wiedza Toleeancji, p.
The gained results of the study help us state that the surveyed secondary school students note the problem of juvenile delinquency and are aware of the social and individual dangers connected with it.
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Granice tolerancji : o teoriach zachowań dewiacyjnych
Ci dispiace, il tuo blog non consente di condividere articoli tramite e-mail. Secondly, we must consider the danger that threatens not only this eiemaszko group of adolescents but the whole society. The surveyed youth indicated on few widely understood socio-economic factors and social problems that, in their opinion, are most strongly associated with juvenile crime graph no.
Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. The overall increase in crime in our country afterlargely caused by transformations of our society in social, political, cultural and economical areas, showed the need for scientific definition of the phenomenon of crime in its quantitative as well as quality aspect [iii].
In these environments adolescents may meet with acceptance or disapproval of their actions and their specific moral, social, tolerancjk effects. Grranice to the respondents main motives for criminal behaviour are low self-esteem of adolescents respondents, i.
Write a review Rate this item: Symptoms of social maladjustment, having their origins in childhood and early adolescence, are likely to gain on intensity and become the base for development of other forms of deviation, which makes it hard for juveniles to adapt to the requirements of life in the society and to functioning in it as its full member.
Toolerancji smallest number of the questioned students 24 people, i. The students drew special attention to the outer-school informal environment peer groups, playground friends that are created spontaneously or according to some kind of plan, in which young people search for acceptance and in which they share imposed standards of behaviour. Ott 1, Nov 1,