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Topic
My potential area of study is the sociological impacts leading underage
children to commit crimes. My study will focus on crimes committed by
underage children residing in Los Angeles, CA within the last five years.
Problem Statement Average time in years spent
with both biological parents, in single parental homes, and in
non-parental homes during childhood are not predictors of juvenile
criminal behavior, as measured by the average number of arrests and
convictions.
Purpose Statement – The purpose of this quantitative and qualitative study is
to advance our understanding of the relationships between social
influences such as family culture, school culture, peer culture and media
culture with the increase of crimes committed by underage children   

4. 
Research
Questions –
a.  R1:
What type of social trends influences crime committed by minors?
b.  R2:
Is majority of crime committed by minors due to social trends?
c.  R3:
Is crime committed due to aggression?
d.  R4:
Does lack of parenting increase criminal activities by minors?

Hypothesis: Understanding the different types of sociological
influences  and  the impact it exposes on underage
children and their behavior towards society
Literature Review – Lists primary points for four sections in the Literature Review:
 a. Background of the problem/gap;
in the early1900’s, the judicial system did not any real distinction
amongst adults and minors under the law. There was no little or no
awareness in trying to control juvenile delinquency, due law enforcement
dealt with minors in the same custom as adults. Additionally, practically
nothing was being done by police agencies to protect children.

 b. Theoretical
foundations (models and theories to be foundation for study);
i. Trait theory relies on the idea
that delinquents show biological and physiological similarities to our
primitive ancestors, (Siegel and Welsh, 2012)
ii. Community
Structure and Crime: Testing Social-Disorganization Theory, (Robert J. Sampson and W. Byron Groves,
1989)
 (c)
Review of literature topics with key theme for each one;
i. Mocan,
H.N., and Rees, D.I. 2005. Economic conditions, deterrence, and juvenile crime:
Evidence from micro data. American Law and Economics Review 7:319–49.
ii. Jensen, E.L., and Metsger, L.K. 1994. A test of
the deterrent effect of legislative waiver on violent juvenile crime. Crime and
Delinquency 40:96–104.
iii. Nicholas, J.L., Thompson, R.S., and Rajab, W. 2004.
Effectiveness of mass media campaigns for reducing drinking and driving and
alcohol-involved crashes: A systemic review. American Journal of Preventive
Medicine 27(1):57–65
iv. Corrado, R.R., Cohen, I.M., Glackman, W., and Odgers, C.
2003. Serious and violent young offenders’ decisions to recidivate: An
assessment of five sentencing models. Crime and Delinquency 49:179–200.
v. Bishop, D.M., Frazier, C.E., Lanza-Kaduce, L., and
Winner, L. 1996. The transfer of juveniles to criminal court: Does it make a
difference? Crime and Delinquency 42:171–91.
 (d) Summary.
Background:
i. 
Understanding
the foundation of the judicial system and its laws against minor delinquents.
ii. 
There is not one set answer to resolve this ongoing
issue as to why our youth turn to criminal behavior, but as a result of the
adequate number of of biological, sociological and psychological theories we
can enhance our understanding and raise awareness to decrease crimes committed
by our youths.
iii. 
With the help of our law enforcement personnel’s,
families, neighborhoods, educational system and counselors we will be able
acquire reasoning’s and knowledge to better understand our juveniles.

Methodology and Design – The methodology is qualitative. The design will be
concentrating on case studies on social trends and how it influences
criminal behavior by youths.
Sample and Location –

Population: Male and female youths who
are serving time in the juvenile detention as a punishment for the crimes they
have committed 
Sample size: Ten Juvenile detention
centers within Los Angeles County, the test will focus on 100 males and 100
females within the juvenile detention centers 

 Location: Los Angeles, CA

Data Collection – Describes primary instruments and sources of data to answer
research questions.

a. 
The researcher will review the background of
the judicial system constructed for juveniles
b. 
Researcher will conduct data analysis
obtained from data on state and county youth crime arrests from the California
Department of Justice’s Criminal Justice Statistics Center (CJSC)
c. 
Conduct research on the analysis
of DJJ commitment patterns
d. 
Research will interview state and federal
correctional officers, probation officers, defense attorney, district
attorneys, victims of crime, parents and teachers
e. 
The research will conduct a thorough
investigation on criminal case reports for each of the minors they will be
interviewing
f. 
The research will be looking into potential
risk factors for youth behaviors

Data Analysis – Describes the specific data analysis approaches to be used to
address research questions.

a. 
The data will be modified and coordinated
based on the type of crime committed and the level of offense
b. 
Accurate statistics and surveys will be used
to summarize the gathered data
c. 
Case studies will be used to address
questions used in the research




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