cjs_240_w2_assignment

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Individual TheoriesJOSH GORBANHistory has proved over time that there are two types of young adults in the world, those who make the decision to be successful and those with the I don't care attitude and intrigue with the life of criminal behavior. The reasons why these young adults make the choices that they do vary greatly in difference.. Three of the reasons mentioned by young adults as to why they choose the bad road involves having a horrible younger life, peer pressure and even the excuse of boredom. Being that we have young adults who choose to entertain criminal behavior we must also have in turn a system that can be measured in the deterrence of criminal behavior among youth. Our current system does not seem to be as effective in improving this rising problem. To effectively be able to deter some of this criminal activity in youth, we need to gather information on why a y

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