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Joon Beom Kim 1 Article
A Study on Stressors of Initiation and Repetition of Serious Juvenile Delinquency
Joon Beom Kim, Ha Yeon Park
STRESS. 2018;26(3):223-230.   Published online September 30, 2018
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17547/kjsr.2018.26.3.223
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Background:

This study aims to examine the influence of stressors on initiation and repetition of serious juvenile delinquency, and to provide grounds for intervention.

Methods:

For these purposes, 8,418 responses from the “A study on supporting mental health promotion for children and adolescents” data of the National Youth Policy Institute (NYPI) were utilized.

Results:

The results indicate that (1) 27.5% of adolescents experienced serious juvenile delinquency, (2) family and teacher relationship stress, and appearance stress were associated with the initiation of serious juvenile delinquency, and (3) All relationship stressors; family, teacher, peer, and senior-junior relationship stress had a significant effect on the repetition of serious juvenile delinquency.

Conclusions:

Regarding these findings, implications for intervention and further research were provided.


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