Statistics show that there is a correlation between poverty and juvenile delinquency, and this is due solely to socio-economic factors. Children who live in poverty are less likely to attend good schools or participate i... More »

Poverty compromises the market's access to skilled labor which is essential for production of needed goods and services. Poor people lack access to good health care, which presents challenges in workforce productivity. T... More »

E-commerce results in social and economic advantages and disadvantages. Among the advantages, e-commerce enables people to have diverse choices for goods and services, promotes convenience and facilitates access to infor... More »

There are numerous causes of juvenile delinquency, including domestic violence, living in areas of poverty and high crime rates, inadequate social support and lack of access to education. Juvenile delinquency affects mal... More »

Considering how there are various factors that cause juvenile delinquency, there is no one single solution or a few solutions for juvenile delinquency. The solution depends on the cause of delinquency, whether it is medi... More »

Some of the ways that juvenile delinquency can be prevented or minimized are though advocacy and mentoring programs, alcohol and drug use prevention programs and behavioral therapy. Although many of the existing programs... More »

Problems with friends, family and general home life contribute to juvenile delinquency. Individual factors as well as community factors help contribute to juvenile delinquency as well. Though some contributors are hard t... More »