Risk Factors and Causal Processes in Juvenile Delinquency: Research and Implications for Prevention
This paper presents the child/adolescent and family risk factors and causal processes which have been empirically established in both foreign and local literature as leading to juvenile delinquency. It discusses insights and implications derived from these studies for local initiatives to prevent juvenile delinquency.
Alampay, L. . (2006). Risk Factors and Causal Processes in Juvenile Delinquency: Research and Implications for Prevention. Philippine Journal of Psychology, 39(1). Retrieved from http://ejournals.ph/form/cite.php?id=4004