The Role of Psychology Prevention in Controlling Student Victimization in Terms of Accounting Method (A Case Study of Sari)
1Peyman Salehi, 2Maedeh Fallah, 3Shaghayegh Maleki Hajikola, 4Amihossein Dadmehr,
5Masood Kamali, 6Kimia Mohseni Chamazkoti
1,2Faculty of Law, Farvardin University, Qaemshahr, Iran
4,6Faculty of Psychology, Farvardin University, Qaemshahr, Iran
3,5Faculty of Accounting, Farvardin University, Qaemshahr, Iran

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With its negative psychological, economic, and social effects, student delinquency is one of Iran's most critical social issues; Iran has a young population in terms of population structure. The purpose of this article is not to search for the causes of studentdelinquency, in cases such as theft, vandalism and violence, in the whole of Iran, but to focus on the city of Sari to conduct such studies in other major cities, to comment on the community or Provide thighs. This study used a combined theoretical framework (general theory of crime) consisting of social connection and self-control theories. The findings of this study show that adolescents with poor self-control have poor social bonds and commit more crimes.


studentdelinquency, social bonding, self-control, occupation and attachment.


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