Behavior is influence by multitude of individual characteristics, traits, and social experiences, and thatkids who manifest criminal behavior in childhood are more likely to become adult criminals antisocial behavior erodes social ties and creates incentives to commite crime.
Positive relations with individuals and institutions that foster self-worth and inhibit crime.
"According to sampson & laub"
Kids who get into minor scrapes as youths but who misbehavior ends lonen they enter adulthood.
LIFE COURSE PERSISTERS
Delinguents who begin their offending career at a very early age and continue to offend well into adulthood.
SOCIAL CONTROL THEORY
The view that most people do not violate the law because of their social bonds with family , friends, school and so on, and if the bonds are weakend or absent, individuals are much more likely to commit crimes.
SOCIAL REACTION (LABELING) THEORY
The view that society produces criminals by stigmatizing certain individuals as deviant, a label that they come to accept a personal identity.
The view that crime occurs because the rich and the powerful impose their own moral standards economic interests on the rest of society.
LIFE COURSE THEORIES
The view that criminalis is a dynamic process influenced by peoples perceptions and experience throught their lives. Which may change their behavior for the better or the worse.
Natural indination towards criminality present at birth or soon after.
LATENT TRAIT THEORIES
The view that human behavior is controlled by a master trait , present at birth or soon after. It influences and directs behavior.
The onset and that behavior changes at each stage of the human experience.
STATE ( ORGANIZED) CRIME
Criminal acts committed by state officials in pursuit of their jobs as government representatives.