The Behavior Of Deviant Behavior

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Next, Hirschi explains commitment. Commitment may be hard for a person with deviant behavior. If you commit to want to do well you may succeed. But if you do not commit to anything then you may be involved in delinquency. Reason for this is that you do not have anything to lose. When you really do not have much to lose in life, then you tend to have a negative outlook on life. Commitment involves the time, energy and effort. For example, commitment on getting a great education involves putting your all, giving energy to anything that needs to be done for school and showing that you care by never being late for classes. But if an individual does not care about there future they are more likely to be involved in deviant behavior. Individuals who drink and engage in deviant behavior are more likely to fail in school; kids who fail in school are more likely to later drink and engage in deviant behavior. But a individual who commits to want to do good in the future who always bye pass the negative features in life. They would only commit to the right people. And once you commit to sometime and never give up deviant behavior would never play a role in your world, because you wouldn’t give up what you always worked hard for. If a person chooses not to commit to anything, then they will have nothing to lose. Due to the lack of loss, a person is willing to commit illegal acts. Involvement is the third of the four elements in the social bond. When an individual is involved in many

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