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|Title: ||初次触法男性少年犯耻感反应研究 = A study on the response to sense of shame of first male juvenile offenders|
|Authors: ||Yu, Ning (俞宁)|
|Subjects: ||Hong Kong Polytechnic University -- Dissertations|
Juvenile delinquents -- Psychology
|Issue Date: ||2011 |
|Publisher: ||The Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
Within judicial proceedings, analyzing the samples of nine new male juvenile delinquents’ responses and changes to shame from a juvenile prison of Anhui Province,
and using concepts and theories related to shame and the research methods of depth
interview, the author presents that shame has different mechanisms of action and effects before the crime committing, at the time of crime committing, after being arrested and serving a prison sentence.
The researcher finds that people have a basic sense of heteronymous shame at the male
juvenile delinquents’ age. But because of strong tendency of personal myth and their
own subculture, when the young people wander between mainstream culture and crimes, they will choose evaluation criterion which are in their favor. After being arrested, the
juvenile delinquents start to reflect on their behaviors, and they begin to face the crime victims, families, companions, public and themselves. which means the shame, once
sheltered, is aroused. After male juvenile delinquents are released from the prisons, they must face constraints from social systems and culture elimination. For these, the young people have some psychological preparation and consideration. Finally, on the basis of the research, the researcher proposes countermeasures and suggestions on complex judicial and social work corrections.
|Degree: ||Ph.D., Dept. of Applied Social Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2011|
|Description: ||251 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.|
PolyU Library Call No.: [THS] LG51 .H577P APSS 2011 Yu
|Rights: ||All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||PolyU Electronic Theses|
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