Causes Of Anti Social Behaviour
Main Causes Of Anti-Social Behaviour
Anti-social behaviour is a blight on society and it affects millions worldwide in the poorest and poverty stricken areas the most, in particular in Council Estates in the United Kingdom. Anti-social behaviour accounts for up to nearly 80% of a type of crime that affects normal, decent residents and Council Housing tenants in the UK. Vandalism and noise and nuisance are the leaders when you think of anti-social behaviours and they are usually caused by young people 18-24 years of age or there abouts.
So what are the causes of anti-social behaviour and what can be done about it? Well the main causes are young people get bored and have nothing better to do through not being able or bothered to use any youth centre initiatives because they have been conditioned by their Parents not to undertake such activities as they never did anything of the sort when they was their ages. Often is the case that Teenagers grow up in this day and age accustomed to violence or a new society order with all the things that these young adults can be spoiled by through choice, of course we are in an age recession which doesn't help and jobs are hard to come by.
Self esteem and Confidence are two main factors why these ant-social rejects commit mild acts of crime and vandalism and generally become a nuisance to others, from throwing stones at windows to drinking alcohol on street corners. These young adults aren't really contributing to society when they do the loser stuff and start to behave in an inappropriate manner towards decent hard working people or those who may not work but certainly don't act like that!
Really it should start with the Parents and filter out through School and the education system to seek out opportunities to not hang around on street corners or treat others with disrespect. After school clubs are often a great idea and even local community centres which might have extra activities in the evening after school too, not many people know that these types of things exist and they feel like there is nothing to do when they leave school during the week.
Definitely the problem is with how certain Parents are as this often passes through the next generation and could become even worse for the young men and women and realistically there is no easy solution except for the young people to realise that there is more to life and in fact a good mentor is an essential part of school life or even if they have older Brothers or Sisters who might have turned their life around somewhat can be good role models for these young people trying to find their way in the world.
A good role model can provide support in a way that anyone else couldn't if they didn't have the time. They can boost confidence and motivate young people to fit into life better, usually through the form of an interest, Hobby or Sport so that this holds their interest and enthuses them to follow through with achieving something and also believing in themselves.
The world can seem a brighter place when you have someone to look up to or something to look forward to that can propel you forward and help bring around positive results.