| Published: December 04, 2018
Formulating an Integrated Intervention Programme: Managing the Aggression Level of Juvenile Delinquents
Juvenile delinquency is a serious social concern, characterized by disturbance in executive functions, cognitive emotion regulation, and aggression. The most common problem that delinquent children and juveniles deal with at every moment is the lack of sufficient control over their aggression. Accordingly, the aim of this study is to investigate the effect of an intervention program on aggression and stress level of juvenile delinquents. In this study, 80 juvenile delinquents were selected through accidental sampling from the reformatory school of Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh). The intervention session was given to the entire subjects for a period of 60 days regularly. In order to collect data, the scale of aggression proposed by “Km. Roma pal” and “Dr. Tasneem Naqvi and the scale of stress proposed by Dr. M. Singh were applied. Data analysis was performed by paired t-test. The t-test results revealed that there is a significant difference between the intervention program and aggression and stress of juvenile delinquent. Intervention program significantly decreases the level of aggression and stress of juvenile delinquent.
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© 2018 Sharma. N
Received: September 05, 2018; Revision Received: November 26, 2016; Accepted: December 04, 2018
Published in Volume 06, Issue 4, October-December, 2018