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Neighborhood
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NEIGHBORHOOD 2
Neighborhood
The concept of neighborhood is usually in a social perspective since it involves
interactions with each other depending on the environment the involved persons are.Youth
conduct problem development as well as socialization with neighbors is influenced by parenting.
Neighborhood does not necessarily mean relating with people back at homes who reside near us.
In our day to day activities we come across different people form varied races, religion, gender
and sexual orientation. These people are usually met in stores, restaurants, schools, churches and
any other social environment. They all amount to neighborhood because we interact with them at
some point.
Conceptual Framework of Neighborhood
The framework we chose as a group entails socially based neighborhood whereby there is
exclusive interactions. People get to grow up with the right values although parental monitoring
is influenced by the nature of neighborhood, whether violent or harmonious (Kamakura, n.d.).
Positive interactions with neighbors and community influence minimize the chances of future
adolescent delinquency, stress and depression. Perceived neighborhood advantage ensures that
the participants engage in social networks positively for self-development and society wellbeing.
Neighborhood could be influenced by child attitude and temperament as they grow up. It is also
highly influenced by parental monitoring and supervision when children are growing up.
Some people will grow up having difficulties relating with neighbors. This is why
bullying in schools is rampant possibly because the children were not brought up with the right
values to respect others. Youth antisocial behavior could be attributed to neighborhood disorder
(Appleby, Colon, & Hamilton, 2011).The manner in which an individual was brought up and the

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Running head: NEIGHBORHOOD 1 Neighborhood Student Name: Institution: Date: NEIGHBORHOOD 2 Neighborhood The concept of neighborhood is usually in a social perspective since it involves interactions with each other depending on the environment the involved persons are.Youth conduct problem development as well as socialization with neighbors is influenced by parenting. Neighborhood does not necessarily mean relating with people back at homes who reside near us. In our day to day activities we come across different people form varied races, religion, gender and sexual orientation. These people are usually met in stores, restaurants, schools, churches and any other social environment. They all amount to neighborhood because we interact with them at some point. Conceptual Framework of Neighborhood The framework we chose as a group entails socially based neighborhood whereby there is exclusive interactions. People get to grow up with the right values although parental monitoring is influenced by the nature of neighborhood, whether violent or harmonious (Kamakura, n.d.). Positive interactions with neighbors and community influence minimize the chances of future adolescent delinquency, stress and depression. Perceived neighborhood advantage ensures that the participants engage in social networks positively for self-development and society wellbeing. Neighborhood could be influenced by child attitude and temperament as they grow up. It is also highly influenced by parental monito ...
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