Is the fourth wave of juvenile crime approaching? The review of socio-pedagogical publications
Abstract: The purpose of the article is to review the scope of scientific literature of the late 15 - 20 years considering the problem of juvenile crime. The review covers the monographs, theses and articles published in scientific journals, and even newspaper articles covering all three waves of juvenile crime in Russia, starting with the analysis of juvenile crime of the 1920s - the 1930s. The analysis includes the new Russian-language (and partially Ukrainian-language) publications studying pedagogical activity, authorship, and scientific inventions of an outstanding pedagogue of the Soviet epoch A.S. Makarenko. The author demonstrates that the interest in Makarenko’s work is not decreasing both in Russia and abroad. The second part of the text contains the review of works of Makarenko’s followers and adherers - S.A. and G.K. Kalabalin, and their apprentices A.S. Kalabalin and V.I. Slobodchikov. The last part of the text is the review of articles and monographs studying the new wave of juvenile crime. In particular, the author analyzes the works illustrating the psychological and pedagogical, social and medical reasons of emergence, expansion and growth scale of such youth subculture as A.U.E (Prisoner’s Urka Unity), and the ways of its prevention and combating.
Keywords: social behavior of adolescents, Makarenko, prevention of destructiveness, AUE youth subculture, teenage benzonate, criminalization of youth, waves of criminalization, signs of AUE, overview of publications, educational policy
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