The nature & nurture of deviant behaviour - Jesse Omoregie - ebook
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This edition examined how in the long past the biology of an individual was applied in explaining deviant or criminal behaviour, and how theories were formulated based on the biological make-up of the individual. Over the years there has been a shift from biology focused theories in explaining criminality to genetic, social, and psychological accounts. This literature is an expansion of the original version and further explored the effect that marginalization has on the individual or group(s) that propel them to engage in behaviours that are tagged deviant by society. It also explores the implications of different theoretical explanation to criminality.

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Jesse Omoregie

The nature & nurture of deviant behaviour

Revised Edition

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The Nature & Nurture of Deviant Behaviour

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVISED EDITION

 

Jesse Omoregie

Dedication

 

This book is especially dedicated to my dad Christian Omoregie Iyamu who retired as an educationist in 1986 and passed away in June 2015. When I was growing up as a child, my dad helped me all the way through my journey and development in research and writing, in philosophy and psychology, as well as mathematics. He had a big library at home where the gene of books ranged from philosophy to mathematics, spiritual, health and wellbeing, conspiracy theories, mythologies, fiction, and more.

 

When my siblings and I were idle, my dad would give us labour task, and he would say “If you don’t want labour, then go and read your books” For us to avoid labouring, we had to read books. At some point, I thought my dad’s regime was too hard, but he always explained to us that “an idle mind is the devil's workshop”, and he would carry on to say “no one stays idle in this house. You must find something to do; cleaning, washing, gardening, or simply go and read your books!” He wanted us to develop in studying, writing, problem-solving, and critical thinking. I grew up following that regime.

 

At an early age of about eight or nine, I started to make use of my father’s library where I picked up special interest in philosophy, poetry, the Greek mythology, and mathematics. My dad did not restrict my access to his library full of books, but he was proud that I made use of it. Thanks to my dad and may his soul rest in perfect peace. Most of all, thanks to the Lord God Almighty who has given me the grace, wisdom, knowledge, and understanding to put my thoughts into writing.

Abstract

 

 

 

 

 

This edition examined how in the long past the biology of an individual was applied in explaining deviant or criminal behaviour, and how theories were formulated based on the biological make-up of the individual. Over the years there has been a shift from biology focused theories in explaining criminality to genetic, social, and psychological accounts. This literature is an expansion of the original version and further explored the effect that marginalization has on the individual or group(s) that propel them to engage in behaviours that are tagged deviant by society. It also explores the implications of different theoretical explanation to criminality.

Introduction