Young Drivers Accidents And Delinquency: Modeling And by Steven J. Ellwanger

By Steven J. Ellwanger

Associations and younger motive force injuries and riding delinquency -- strength of mind and younger driving force injuries and riding delinquency -- pressure and younger driving force injuries and riding delinquency -- Analytic process -- improvement of "driving frustration" scale -- A attempt of 2 basic theories of crime/delinquency within the context of using -- Implications for coverage and conception.

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1 This conceptualization of the basis of criminal law gave the state the moral authority to use many types of gruesome and horrible punishments; authorities (most often benevolent, but sometimes malevolent) could claim to be acting in the place of God during their infliction of pain and suffering on citizens under state control (Vold, Bernard, & Snipes, 2002: 14-5). The sanguine and seemingly cruel nature of these early punishments was also desirable, following this line of reasoning, for their apotropaic and/or symbolic qualities.

Third, criminal acts tend to be risky, exciting, or thrilling, and involve stealth, danger, speed, agility, deception, or power. ” A fourth characteristic of crimes is that they require little skill or planning and provide few or meager long-term benefits. Thus, Self-Control and Young Driver Accidents and Driving Delinquency 39 those low in self-control do not tend to possess or value cognitive or academic skills, while being unwilling and/or uninterested in preparing for long-term occupational pursuits.

Criminal justice policies that existed at this time reflected this “natural law” conception. 1 This conceptualization of the basis of criminal law gave the state the moral authority to use many types of gruesome and horrible punishments; authorities (most often benevolent, but sometimes malevolent) could claim to be acting in the place of God during their infliction of pain and suffering on citizens under state control (Vold, Bernard, & Snipes, 2002: 14-5). The sanguine and seemingly cruel nature of these early punishments was also desirable, following this line of reasoning, for their apotropaic and/or symbolic qualities.

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