Shraddha Chauhan, Advocate in the Bar Council of Chhattisgarh and LLM with specialization in Criminal and Security Law from West Bengal National University of Juridical Science, Kolkata. *

Abstract

Children raised by a single parent are nonetheless vulnerable to a number of serious and growing challenges. Children who grow up in single-parent households are more likely to drop out of school and become addicted to drugs. Single working parents may miss out on parent–child building since they don't have the time to assist their children. Single-parent children are more likely to have been exposed to a variety of crime-inspiring influences, such as parental conflict and coercion. Single working parents may miss out on parent–child bonding since they don't have enough time to help their children with the intervention of having only one parent there.

The goal of this research is to examine the psychological effects of domestic violence on children, to comprehend the influence it has on them, and to determine how these implications lead to juvenile delinquency. Domestic violence is a worldwide epidemic that leads to deviant and delinquent conduct in children regardless of region, ethnicity, or socioeconomic class. This research intends to investigate the aforementioned phenomena in order to recognise child victimisation and hence prevent delinquent behaviour in order to avoid confrontation with the law and subsequent criminality.

Journal Details

  • Name: Journal of Law and Legal Studies
  • Abbreviation: JLLS
  • Subject Area: Law
  • ISSN: Under Process
  • Publication Frequency: Yearly
  • Language: English
  • Accessibility: Open Access (Creative Commons License)

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