This is what made these teens into, “criminals” so young, the dys-functional families are to blame first, and foremost! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
Based off of estimates, there’s an increase by sixteen-percent in adolescent criminals in eight years here in Taiwan with the rate of total criminal up by forty-seven percent, quite rare in the countries that are economically running well, especially comparing to U.S. and England estimates, in the recent decades, there’d been an decline by fifty-percent of cases of teens from ages ten to seventeen being arrested. So, why is there the hikes of the cases involving adolescents here? Experts had summed up three major reasons: the higher socioeconomic status, the families with migrated parents losing functions, the children with ADHD and mental decapacitations getting border lined, as well as the negative effects from the social media.
The foundation caring for the reformed adolescents found, that in the past five years, the youths who’d broken the laws aren’t necessarily from the lesser homes, but with parents who’d not spent enough time with the children. For instance, a child of a professor from university, although he is intelligent, and came from well-to-do backgrounds, but the family education had, failed him, he’d run away from home, and became, a mastermind of high-tech crimes.
And so, the key to these children turning bad, is the malfunctioning of their families, and the cases showed, that the families can be well to do, but if the parents don’t take care of their young, spend enough time with them, instilling in their children the right morale, then, chances are, the kids from these well-to-do homes, when they start their criminal careers, they’re going to, be the, heads of the crimes.