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Risk and Protective factors

Risk and Protective factors are core concepts within life-course criminology.

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Risk Factors

Are found to increase chances of experiencing negatives outcomes later in life such as drug use and offending.

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Protective Factors

Protective factors buffer the effects of risk factors and help to reduce the impact of risk factors. In os doing preventing the development of these negative outcomes.

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Antecedents to adolescent offending

Parenting related; certain parenting styles are associated with juvenile offending and anti-social behaviour.
1. Punitive child rearing
2. Absence of love or rejection
3. Poor monitoring and supervision
4. Family disruption
5. Deviant parental characteristics; parents have a history of offending or being involved in substance abuse tend to be predictors of later offending behaviour.

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Predicting delinquency

1. Longitudinal research
2. Logitudinal experimental studies
3. Cross sectional studies - a type of observational study that analyses date from a population or sub section of the population.

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Risk Factors Individual

Low IQ, Low school achievement, hgyperactivity, impulsiveness, risk taking, anti social behaviour, neuro problems, perinatal difficulties.

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Protective Factors Individual

Social competence, social skills, attachment to family, moral beliefs, values good coping/resilience.

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Risk Factors Family

Poor parental monitoring/supervision, harsh/punitive discipline, inconsistent discipline, cold parent, failure to love, rejection, parental conflict, crimiinal parent, delinquent siblings, parental substance abuse.

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Protective Factors Family

Caring parents, good modelling, family harmony, small family.

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Risk Factors Socio Economic and peer

Low income, large family, parental unemployment - all lead to a family under stress. Delinquent peers, rejection by peers low popularity.

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Protective Factors school and peer

Positive school environment, prosocial peer group, sense of attachment to school

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Risk Factors school

Bullying, delinquency, poor community, under resourced, poor parent school relationship.

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Risk Factors School

Bullying, delinquency, poor community, under-resourced, poor parent-school relationship.

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Risk Factors Neighbourhood

Poor neighbourhood, low resources, high delinquency/crime and violence, socially disorganised.

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Protective Factors Neighbourhood

Supportive services, community networking, community and cultural norms, high moral standards and values, cohesive community, high socioeconomic standards.

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Risk and Protective Factors together

Both factors are intercorrelated.
Cumulative
The number is important
Different factors matter at different stages