Culture of Polis, Year XVIII (2021), special edition (2), pp. 23-38
ISSN 1820-4589

BORO MERDOVIĆ
Ministry of Interior, Belgrade, Serbia
boro.merdovic@gmail.com

RAJKA VUJOVIĆ
Faculty of Law for Commerce and Judiciary, Novi Sad, Serbia
vujovicrajka21208@gmail.com

UDC: 343.915
DOI: https://doi.org/10.51738/Kpolisa2021.18.2p.1.02

Original scientific work
Received: 2021-10-11
Approved: 2021-11-25
Online: 2021-12-05

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KRIMINOLOŠKI ASPEKT NASILJA MLADIH
CRIMINOLOGICAL ASPECT OF YOUTH VIOLENCE

SUMMARY
There is no society and time epoch in the development of a civilization that was not characterized by violence and aggression. Once upon a time it was justified as a global and desirable characteristic of a society and a state, today, aggression and violence is a phenomenon that should be opposed in all ways. Incriminated in almost all laws of modern states, violent behavior and aggression require a multidisciplinary approach in explanation, etiology, phenomenology, and ways of confrontation. The aim of this paper is to point out the problem of youth violence, which is expanding and which affects all aspects of children’s existence, starting with the family, school, social environment and society as a whole. The consequences of violent and aggressive behavior of young people will also be discussed, regardless of whether they are in the role of the perpetrator of a violent crime or a victim, as well as the possibilities and needs of preventive action. We will try to answer several important questions regarding youth violence, such as: are young people more victims of violence or committing acts of violence themselves, what are the main causes of violence among young people and what are the most common forms of youth violence.

KEYWORDS
violence, violent behavior, aggression, youth crime, prevention

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