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Reference: Erofeeva MA, Grinenko AV, Stanovova LA, et al. Motivation and motives of juvenile delinquents. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(1), 135-140.

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Reference: Erofeeva, M. A., Grinenko, A. V., Stanovova, L. A., Kosolapova, N. V., Mikhaylovsky, M. N., Rybina, I. A., & Kochetkov, I. G. (2019). Motivation and motives of juvenile delinquents. Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 13(1), 135-140.

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Reference: Erofeeva, Maria A., Aleksandr V. Grinenko, Lyudmila A. Stanovova, Natalia V. Kosolapova, Mikhail N. Mikhaylovsky, Inna A. Rybina, and Igor G. Kochetkov. "Motivation and motives of juvenile delinquents". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 1 (2019): 135-140.

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Reference: Erofeeva, M. A., Grinenko, A. V., Stanovova, L. A., Kosolapova, N. V., Mikhaylovsky, M. N., Rybina, I. A., and Kochetkov, I. G. (2019). Motivation and motives of juvenile delinquents. Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 13(1), pp. 135-140.

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Reference: Erofeeva MA, Grinenko AV, Stanovova LA, Kosolapova NV, Mikhaylovsky MN, Rybina IA, et al. Motivation and motives of juvenile delinquents. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(1):135-40.

Abstract

The article presents the study results of the motivational sphere of juvenile delinquents. The importance of the presented topic is due to the fact that the problems associated with the deviant behavior of minors attract scientists’ special attention and are constantly considered in both domestic and foreign scientific works. Nevertheless, despite a large number and high level of research devoted to the study of personality characteristics of a minor with deviant behavior, we have to state the lack of work on this problem. The article presents the study results of the juvenile delinquents’ motivation sphere which led to the following conclusions: the features of the motivation for minors’ deviant behavior were established, indicating typical and individual deformations in the structure of motives, goals, needs. Types of minors were identified based on the dominant needs and motives in the motivation; a comparative analysis of motives by age was made. It has been found that the characteristic features of the motivation of adolescents’ deviant behavior are: the weakening of a complex of socially useful needs; the artificial, perverted, or primitive nature of certain needs; imbalance between different types of needs; the prevalence of the need for self-assertion, which often bears a perverted character. It has been determined that the motivation of deviant behavior is such a system of goals, needs and motives, which is characterized by disharmony, contradiction, deformation of its components, prompting asocial actions and acts. The essence of the motivation sphere of minors with deviant behavior lies, firstly, in the specific composition and correlation of goals, needs and motives, and secondly, in the correlation links between the components of the motivation of deviant behavior and emotional, volitional, existential and self-regulation components.

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