Though justice systems are in use to lessen and be in command of youth crime, yet youth crime will continue unless resource and opportunities are provided to everyone devoid of any discrimination.
The links between social exclusion leading to poverty and then to youth crime are discussed in this paper. After grabbing the concept of social exclusion we will be looking in detail at the concepts of youth exclusion, poverty and youth crime and then with the help of social perspectives will analyze these issues.
Social exclusion is often alleged as a cycle of components including poverty, unemployment and social isolation (United Nations Development Program 2006). These components are often inter-related and influence each other resulting in insecurity and denial of multiple resources. Unemployment is normally the starting step of this vicious cycle causing deprivation and also caused by lack of resources. With no income, the situation leads to a dreadful condition of living and with persistent state of unemployment, the risk of falling beneath the poverty line increases.
But who excluded these people and who sets the standards? . The Suggested Links Between Youth Crime, Social Exclusion, and Poverty.
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