Parenting that involves few positive shared parent-child activities will often also involve less monitoring and more punishing. Peer rejection can occur in many different contexts, some amenable to school intervention, others not.
Influencing factors on juvenile delinquency and the role of juvenile institution in changing and correcting attitudes and behaviors of the delinquents M. Warr also found that offending decreased after marriage but attributed the decrease to a reduction in the time spent with peers and a reduction in the number of deviant peers following marriage rather than to increased attachment to conventional society through marriage.
In general, consistent friendly parental guidance seems to protect children from delinquency regardless of neighborhoods. In addition, abused and neglected children start offending earlier than children who are not abused or neglected, and they are more likely to become chronic offenders Maxfield and Widom, Not only does the behavior of the parent run counter to program goals and objectives, but work with these parents and children also is more complex and requires a level of services often not available through traditional prevention and intervention programs.
The development of empathy, guilt feelings, social cognition, and moral reasoning are generally considered important emotional and cognitive correlates of social development.
Discussion and Conclusion Based on the results of this study, the majority of delinquent juveniles were placed in the age group years old. Participants noted that it is equally reasonable that aggression leads to peer rejection as it is that peer rejection leads to aggression.