EIRP Proceedings, Vol 13 (2018)

The Family Environment and its Influence on the Children’s Delinquent Behavior

Susanu Neaga

Abstract


Throughout this paper, I tried to point out the importance of the family environment on thepsycho-behavioral development of the child, of the adult-to be. Even if due to permanent social changesthe family can no longer perform certain functions, it remains the place where any child sets thefoundation for his biological, psychological, educational, social, cultural training, etc. I have presentedthe most important family functions considered to be fundamental and responsible for children's psychobehavioraltraining. The family has the role of shaping and maintaining the small group, of passing on tothe next generations the cultural patterns, thus being formed traditions and customs that maintain anddefine a whole nation.

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