- Briefly describe the quantitative study.
- Briefly describe the qualitative study
- Compare (similarities and differences) the two studies in terms of the designs, the methods of data collection and analysis, the nature of the interpretation, and conclusions drawn.
- Explain an insight you had or conclusion you now might draw as a result of/based on your comparison.
Study 1: Culturally Relevant Family-Based Treatment for Adolescent Delinquency and Substance Abuse: Understanding Within-Session Processes
Study 2: Family and Social Factors as Predictors of Drug Misuse and Delinquent Behavior in Juveniles
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Quantitative study (Sharma, Sharma & Barkataki, 2015)
Research shows that unfavorable family conditions, drug misuse and criminal family history, as well as socializing with delinquent peers represent predictors for drug misuse and delinquent behavior in children. However, substance abuse among children and its association to increasing criminal behavior in Delhi requires further research. The present study aimed at exploring social and family factors of minors admitted to a juvenile home in Delhi, and the association of those factors to criminal behavior. A semi-structured interview was conducted with minors admitted to a home for juveniles under enquiry in Delhi. Results show that broken family structure and both drug misuse and criminal behavior among minors were positively correlated. Similarly, a positive relationship was found between family history of crime and both criminal behavior and drug misuse. A significant relationship was also found between family use of drugs and both drug misuse and criminal behavior....
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