Research Of Risk Behavior Features Juvenile Delinquents


The article focuses on the issue of prevention of juvenile delinquency and their behavioral identification. The risky behavior issues have been one of the main subjects to study since ancient times. Risky behavior is any consciously, or non-consciously controlled behavior with a perceived uncertainty about its outcome, usually carries the voluntary acceptance of elements of risk. The risky behavior leading to the suicides are still being studied by most philosophers, sociologists, educators, and psychologists. The widespread prevalence of risk behavior among adolescents bears the question of the age-related regularity of risky behaviors. The individual psychological factors of self-destructive behavior include temperament, self-esteem, features of the self-concept. The suggested material was based on the analysis of psychological, pedagogical and special literature. The article describes the features of identifying adolescent risk behavior with their subsequent description. The results of our study thus confirmed our assumption that there are a number of disturbances in the emotional sphere as predictors of risky suicidal behavior of adolescent offenders.

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Orlova, E. A., Grebennikov, J. L., Bekhoeva, A. A., Magomedova, R. M., & Gadzhieva, P. D. (2020). Research Of Risk Behavior Features Juvenile Delinquents. In D. K. Bataev (Ed.), Social and Cultural Transformations in the Context of Modern Globalism» Dedicated to the 80th Anniversary of Turkayev Hassan Vakhitovich, vol 92. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 2259-2265). European Publisher.