How to Work with Parents in Preventing Delinquency


by Ralph H. Ojemann - 1948

Experimental studies and clinical observations have repeatedly demonstrated that the home is an important factor in the development of delinquent behavior. A program for the treatment and prevention of delinquency, therefore, requires working with parents. But working with parents presents many problems. Often co-operation is difficult to secure and the attempts by the school as well as other agencies to help the child are neutralized by the home. Is there anything that can be done? How can we work with parents?


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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 47, No. 1.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 49 Number 9, 1948, p. 172-190
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