Informative Article | Psychology Science | Congo | Volume 7 Issue 8, August 2018
Underlying Factors of Adults in Gambela II Neighborhood in the Face of Criminal Behavior by the Uncivil
Abstract: This study examines the opinion of adults in Gambela II neighborhood about the criminal behavior perpetrated by the Incivists. It sets itself for the objective, to detect the criminal behavior committed by the incivists, to propose a way of solution to circumvent and to improve this phenomenon, finally to incite the population to denounce these criminal behaviors in case of their identification. Our population is made up of 22321 subjects from which we extracted a sample of 45 individuals, located in the age group ranging from 16 to 45 years of which 25 men and 20 women all intellectuals, 36 are single and 9 are married. The psycho-social survey method and the descriptive method were used to obtain the information through three techniques documentary, questionnaire and interview, analysis and interpretation of the data we arrived at the following results all our investigations have already heard about crimes, these crimes are regular, they are often carried out at night, the lack of electricity, unemployment, poverty, the incompetence of the Congolese police are the causes of the crimes carried out in the Gambela II district, to suppress the crimes, he need to motivate the security staff and then improve the salary conditions.
Keywords: Underlying facteurs neighbordood criminal behavior - uncivil
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 8, August 2018,
Pages: 1274 - 1281
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