Juvenile Delinquency in China

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Fakhurnisa Talpur


In modem times and in civilized countries a criminal is not looked upon as a sinner or an evil person but rather as a mentally sick individual or one who has been victimized by the circumstances. There was a time when small children were severely punished if they committed some crime but as sociology, psychology and philosophy progressed to draw the attention of civilized world to the causes of delinquency the tradition of punishing children lost favor and was replaced by efforts at improving and rehabilitating them.

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