Year 2019, Volume 18, Issue 2, Pages 824 - 854 2019-04-01

Sosyal Sermaye ve Ergen Suçluluğu: Bağcılar Örneklemi
Social Capital and Adolescent Delinquency: The Bagcilar Sample

Durmuş Ali Yüksek [1] , Davut Emrah Ayan [2]

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Sosyal sermaye kavramı, hem ampirik çalışmalarda, hem de kuramsal tartışmalarda, sosyal bilimlerde yaygın olarak kullanılan bir kavramdır. Birçok akademik çalışma, sosyal sermayeyi toplumsal sorunlara bir çözüm önerisi olarak ele almış ve toplumsal sorunların önde gelenlerinden biri olan ergen suçlu davranışı ile ilişkisi üzerine de çeşitli bulgular ortaya koymuştur. Ancak, bu çalışmalar, sosyal sermayenin ergen suçluluğuna olan çok boyutlu etkilerini ele almamışlardır. Bu eksikliğin üstesinden gelmek amacıyla, bu çalışmada, İstanbul’un Bağcılar ilçesinde eğitim gören öğrencilere uygulanmış olan Avrupa’da Gençlik anketi kullanılarak, sosyal sermayenin ergen suçluluğuna etkisi birey seviyesindeki temel değişkenler kontrol edilerek incelenmiştir. Çalışma sonucunda, sosyal sermayenin ergen suçlu davranışı üzerinde hem engelleyici hem de canlandırıcı bir etkisinin olduğu tespit edilmiştir. Böylece, sosyal sermayenin her zaman toplumsal sorunlara bir çözüm olmadığı, bazen bu sorunların sebebi olduğu da ortaya konmuştur.

Social capital is a concept that is widely used in social sciences, both in empirical studies and in theoretical debates. Many academic studies have considered social capital as a solution to social problems and have presented various findings on the relationship between social capital and one of the leading social problems, adolescent delinquency. However, these studies have not examined the multidimentional effects of social capital on adolescent delinquency. In this study, in order to overcome this deficiency, using the Youth in Europe survey, which was conducted to students studying in the Bagcilar district of Istanbul, the effect of social capital on adolescent delinquency was investigated, while controlling for the basic variables at the individual level. The results indicate that social capital has both preventative and stimulating effects on adolescent delinquency. Thus, it was shown that social capital has not always been a solution to social problems, and it might sometimes be the cause of these problems.

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Primary Language tr
Subjects Sociology
Journal Section Sociology
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-1153-7853
Author: Durmuş Ali Yüksek (Primary Author)
Institution: MİLLİ SAVUNMA BAKANLIĞI
Country: Turkey


Author: Davut Emrah Ayan
Institution: MİLLİ SAVUNMA BAKANLIĞI
Country: Turkey


Bibtex @research article { jss453443, journal = {Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences}, issn = {1303-0094}, eissn = {2149-5459}, address = {Gaziantep University}, year = {2019}, volume = {18}, pages = {824 - 854}, doi = {10.21547/jss.453443}, title = {Sosyal Sermaye ve Ergen Suçluluğu: Bağcılar Örneklemi}, key = {cite}, author = {Yüksek, Durmuş Ali and Ayan, Davut Emrah} }
APA Yüksek, D , Ayan, D . (2019). Sosyal Sermaye ve Ergen Suçluluğu: Bağcılar Örneklemi. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 18 (2), 824-854. DOI: 10.21547/jss.453443
MLA Yüksek, D , Ayan, D . "Sosyal Sermaye ve Ergen Suçluluğu: Bağcılar Örneklemi". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 18 (2019): 824-854 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/jss/issue/43931/453443>
Chicago Yüksek, D , Ayan, D . "Sosyal Sermaye ve Ergen Suçluluğu: Bağcılar Örneklemi". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 18 (2019): 824-854
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ISNAD Yüksek, Durmuş Ali , Ayan, Davut Emrah . "Sosyal Sermaye ve Ergen Suçluluğu: Bağcılar Örneklemi". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 18 / 2 (April 2019): 824-854. https://doi.org/10.21547/jss.453443