The paper presents and discusses the processes and the results of a Systematic Review of the scientific literature conducted with the aim to become aware of how the antisocial behaviour (AB) of adolescents are understood (repertoire of categories) and educationally managed (repertoire of practices). The results show how the phenomenon is understood mainly through an explanatory and experimental epistemological and methodological approach. Such approach aims at identifying several risks and protection factors that determine/influence AB as well as at defining indications on the practices to be implemented for the design of adequate prevention programmes. Based on these results, the paper proposes some critical reflections on a deterministic conception of AB.

Fragilità educative e comportamenti antisociali degli adolescenti: categorie concettuali e pratiche educative

Fabrizio Chello
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Rossana D’Elia;Daniela Manno;Pascal Perillo
2021

Abstract

The paper presents and discusses the processes and the results of a Systematic Review of the scientific literature conducted with the aim to become aware of how the antisocial behaviour (AB) of adolescents are understood (repertoire of categories) and educationally managed (repertoire of practices). The results show how the phenomenon is understood mainly through an explanatory and experimental epistemological and methodological approach. Such approach aims at identifying several risks and protection factors that determine/influence AB as well as at defining indications on the practices to be implemented for the design of adequate prevention programmes. Based on these results, the paper proposes some critical reflections on a deterministic conception of AB.
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