What are the underlying theories you can use to best explain Tyroneï¿½s juvenile delinquent behaviors?
Scenario Tyrone is a 16-year-old black inner-city youth who is 1 of the 11 children born to his mother. His various siblings involve seven different “fathers.” He lives with his mother and siblings in a four-room apartment. Tyrone’s mother is in her late 20s and is a heroin addict and part-time prostitute. Tyrone began getting in trouble in school and with juvenile authorities before he was 10-years-old. He reported that he was diagnosed as an alcoholic when he was 13 years old. After being admitted and expelled from three different schools for assault, drug use/possession, and chronic truancy, he dropped out of school at the age of 16. He is currently being held by juvenile authorities for attempted murder. He reportedly stabbed another boy who supposedly owed him money. Tyrone has been referred to social services for follow up treatment. Please make sure to support your analysis with professional references. What are the underlying theories you can use to best explain Tyroneï¿½s juvenile delinquent behaviors? Using the recommended Internet sites provided under the Readings and Research, conduct an online investigation of the causes of juvenile delinquency. What are some of the common approaches used by agencies to explain and address the causes of juvenile delinquency? How effective do you think these organizations are? Many adult criminals were juvenile delinquents. In your opinion, is Tyrone salvageable, or is he doomed to a career in the state penitentiary? Support your answer with at least one journal article.