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Salud & Sociedad: investigaciones en psicologia de la salud y psicologia social

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VALGANON, Monica; MUNOZ, Liliana  e  BRICCOLA, Marcelo. The repeated criminal behavior in adolescents and its relation to the social representations about the role of their mothers. Salud & Sociedad [online]. 2014, vol.5, n.1, pp. 66-79. ISSN 0718-7475.

Introduction: reiterancia is that transgressive behavior repeated law in more than two occasions in which there was no conviction for any offenses , according to the party who commits a minor , ie under 18 . The transgressions are recorded in the micro file that works in Precinct Menor where administrative proceedings are worked , or in the records of the Criminal Courts Juvenile what is not considered " criminal record " . Objective: The aim is to relate the social representation of the parental role in the criminal conduct as a guideline and possible history of violations of rights of young people returning . Method: . Worked with casuistry registered at the police station Minor , collated with revenues in the Juvenile System , for the last six months of 2012 The instruments used were the Test of Nested Evocations ( Abric 2001 Mazitelli 2007 and Gonzalez , 2010) , the Scale of Perceived Parental Competencies (adapted ) ( Bayot Hernandez Viadel and Julian LF, 2005 ), plus a focused interview experts and studying institutional bundles. Results: The parental role of returning adolescents was based on an idealized social representation that highlights positive affects that are not evident in the practical exercise of parenthood . In turn young people suffered in his grave , continuous and simultaneous violation of basic rights vital history. Conclusion : Mothers of young offenders studied , adhere to a loving , positive social representation Parents express dysfunction in the concrete exercise , incompetence in policy work and compensate the lack institutional substitutes partially. The parental dysfunction is added to the violation continuing rights in the lives of adolescents.

Palavras-chave : Reinterancy; criminal behavior; social representation; parenting; family.

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