Turning to crime: Upbringing: Disrupted Families: Juby & Farrington

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Year of study?
2001
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Aim?
To disentangle the link between disrupted families and delinquency
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What kinds of disrupted families are the most criminogenic?
Those where the boy does not remain living with the mother
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How can non disrupted families be equally as criminogenic?
When there is disharmony between the parents
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What self-report method was used?
Interview
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Sample?
365 interviewed from 411 males in 6 state schools in London
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How many boys did they discover had been living in a disrupted family since the age of 15?
75
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Conclusions
Some kinds of disrupted families are criminogenic, just as some kinds of intact families are
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What is the least criminogenic kind of family?
An intact, harmonious family
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