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Introduction Is the childhood the base and the foundation to an individuals success or failure in the future How Who When Where These could all be the first words to many questions that one can ask regarding the status of an individuals childhood How was the child brought up Who raised the child When did this child grow up Where did this child spend most of hisher childhood The answers to these questions all contribute to the future of the child and hisher status in society at the present time or the future As a result the base and foundation consists of everything the child must endure and experience as a child until becoming a teenager Statement of the Problem During the time period where children mature into teenagers they are said to be the easiest to influence Therefore when children are growing to become teenagers they tend to admire their parents and lean on them for support and guidance but most importantly love When a parent fails to give the support guidance and love the child is neglected As a result the child searches for the love and care elsewhere There can be many places and a variety of people where the child may retrieve the love but many result in other children with the same problems A sense of belonging and a sense of security are what drives the children to come together and create their own family rather a gang This is just the beginning to a life long journey which may end in a young child being incarcerated detained or even worse death In order for the child to become a normal and law abiding citizen let alone successful the base and foundation must not only be present but be co nsisting of strength and unity Literature Review One of the most important issues in crime today is Juvenile Delinquency Juvenile delinquency is and has been rapidly increasing
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