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According to the author, delinquency should be dealt with...
during institutional treatment.
when the problem becomes acute.
The number of young offenders could be reduced by...
new legal measures.
better residential care.
brief periods of harsh punishment.
examination of their backgrounds.
What is the result of putting young offenders into
They become more violent.
They receive useful training.
They become used to institutions.
They turn against society.
Ten-year-old children likely to become offenders are often...
spoilt children from small families.
bright children in a poor family.
dull children with many brothers and sisters.
children whose parents have acquired wealth dishonestly.
Most parents of young offenders...
deny that their child is a delinquent.
blame their own criminal activities.
disapprove of their child's behaviour.
blame the school for the child's behaviour.
The writer concludes that potential offenders could be
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