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FAMILY STRUCTURE AND JUVENILE DELINQUENCY: CORRECTIONAL CENTRE BETAMBA, CENTRE PROVINCE OF CAMEROON

@inproceedings{Ngale2009FAMILYSA,
  title={FAMILY STRUCTURE AND JUVENILE DELINQUENCY: CORRECTIONAL CENTRE BETAMBA, CENTRE PROVINCE OF CAMEROON},
  author={Ilongo Fritz Ngale},
  year={2009}
}
The relationship between family structure and juvenile delinquency was explored in a purposive probability sample of 120 adolescents of the Betamba children’s correctional center using a questionnaire. The use of quantitative statistical analysis revealed the following significant relationships: (1) Juvenile delinquents mostly come from homes in which the parents are married; (2) The moral education of juvenile delinquents is undertaken more by others than their biological parents; (3) Most… 
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