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The real goal here is to develop some sort of intervention, some sort of medication even, to try to counter act the effects of those genes so you get less violence, less delinquence.
For her this is the best equation to add a child in, but it will strain their limited resources enormously, and neither parent will be able to spend as much time with the child as they should, which is a major contributing factor to future delinquence.
It takes a bit of planning, discipline, and work on the part of citizens, and it's not just real tolerant of laziness, irresponsibility, and delinquence.
Many others are sold or abandoned by their struggling families, leading to an increase in delinquence and sexual exploitation of children across the region.
As a specialist in nervous diseases he has been connected with the Children's Society and the Children's Court, where he has had wide opportunities for observing the relation between delinquence and mental defectiveness.
INVESTIGATION: To derive from these scientifically ascertained facts and figures, conclusions which may aid all public health and social agencies in the study of problems of maternal and infant mortality, child-labor, mental and physical defects and delinquence in relation to the practice of reckless parentage.
So you see, on so many fronts, this international emergency, whose carnage is indescribable in the world, with 33 million people still living with AIDS, the passivity, the indifference, the criminal and the delinquence in the response that continues, when we've made progress.
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