The social development model: An integrated approach to delinquency prevention

@article{Hawkins1985TheSD,
  title={The social development model: An integrated approach to delinquency prevention},
  author={J. David Hawkins and Joseph G. Weis},
  journal={Journal of Primary Prevention},
  year={1985},
  volume={6},
  pages={73-97}
}
This paper describes a comprehensive developmental approach to preventing youth crime based on the social development model, an integration of social control theory and social learning theory. The model asserts that the most important units of socialization, family, schools, peers, and community, influence behavior sequentially. Positive socialization is achieved when youths have the opportunity within each unit to be involved in conforming activities, when they develop skills necessary to be… CONTINUE READING
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