By Ricardo M. Marte
Marte exams a version of adolescent challenge behaviors derived from Bronfenbrenner s (1979) version of human improvement and Jessor and Jessor s (1977) challenge habit concept. The structural version used to be proven between a pattern of 1286 rural and concrete eighth grade scholars, throughout 5 western states. Marte s effects point out that kin clash and parental tracking in part mediated the impact of local danger on teens participation in delinquency, drug use, and competitive behaviors. In flip, youngsters skill to regulate their anger mediated the effect of kinfolk clash on their participation in challenge behaviors.
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As noted earlier, toddlers may only have one or two microsystems: parents and playmates. On the other hand, adolescents may have parents, peers, coworkers, athletic teams, and clubs with which they interact. According to Bronfenbrenner (1979), developmental research has predominately focused on individual microsystems to explain behavior while ignoring their interactions (Bartol & Bartol, 1989; Muuss, 2000). A study by Bischof, Stith, and Whitney (1995) exploring family environment differences between juvenile sex offenders and violent and non-violent delinquents is an example of research limited to one microsystem; the interaction between the offender and his/her family environment.
That is, the process of labeling and stigmatizing, and of subsequent internalization of the label, creates a person who is now considered a deviant. For Becker, the change from 58 Adolescent Problem Behaviors citizen to outsider or deviant is the equivalent to a change in social status. The impact of labeling on the self-concept has received mixed support. Chambliss’ (1973) comparison of two middle- and lowerclass gangs indicated that members’ self-concepts reflected the way community members viewed the gang.
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Adolescent Problem Behaviors: Delinquency, Aggression, and Drug Use by Ricardo M. Marte