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State & society approaches to response on juvenile delinquency & its role in maturing & values building of adolescents 858
Ivanova A.V., educational psychologist, center «Crossroads», Moscow, Russia, Scotland.firstname.lastname@example.org
Approaches & specific ways of state & society reactions on juvenile delinquency must be directed at moral education, stable social surrounding & successful socialization. In this article models of reacting to juvenile delinquency in Russian & foreign practice are described. Complications in the work with criminal conflicts: lack of general approach, general model of response to juvenile delinquency, absence of integrated institutions working with adolescents. The problem of maturing & meaning regulation building as the main determinant of self-activity & orientation is considered. Namely this internal base including values & senses affects human behavior. The components of meaning regulation, their dynamics & transformations throw self-building process, risk factors that lower & eliminated internal barriers to violation are discussed in this article.
Keywords: meaning regulation, meaning self-area, socialization, activity, life purport/meaning of life, values, necessities, time line, criminal conflict, juvenile justice.
Column: Juvenile Legal Psychology