Juvenile Justice Of Biological And Biosocial Theories

983 WordsJun 7, 20154 Pages
What are the implications for juvenile justice of biological and biosocial theories? Juvenile Justice For countless years researchers have tried to inform the Justice system of the reasons behind some of the delinquencies that have been vetted out on others as a result of the homes in which they are from. It has been difficult to explain however the specific implications as a result of the biological influence such as the genetic makeup of the child. The biological factors as well as the biosocial factor according to some theorists have been proven to influence criminal behaviors in the children. It is therefore as a result that this author, has set out to investigate the implications that biological and biosocial theories have on the juvenile justice system. The Biological and Biosocial theories Implications for Juvenile Justice System Biological and biosocial theories are a combination of theories which suggest that the juvenile is made up both the biological and the social implication of the child’ environment. The fundamentals of this theory emphasis that a child behavior is largely determine by the biological make-up; which is the genetics and the environment in which the child is being influence. A study was done in order to understand the implication for the juvenile justice based upon the biological and biosocial make up of the juvenile. Result presented from Raine et al. Shows that ninety-five delinquents were examined and the record shows that the delinquents
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