The Impact of Culture and Society on driving the individual to Commit Crime

آثر الثقافة والمجتمع في دفع الفرد إلى ارتكاب الجريمة / أحمد الربايعة.

الربايعة، أحمد ; Ahmad Rabaya’a (1984)


The crime is considered as an international social phenomenon, almost devoid of any human society, which vary in nature, forms, kinds and the used methods of committing it from one society to another and from time to time according to the variety of circumstances and economic, social and cultural status. This book puts the light on the Impact of Culture and Society on driving the individual to commit crime. The book aims to collect the data and the information related to driving the individual to commit crime in the Arab World and to know the used methods in committing these crimes. In the beginning, it talks about the demographical characteristics of criminals, where it discusses the role and relation of the following variables: age, education level, marital status and occupation in driving the individual to commit crime pointing out that the most professional groups which commit crime are: divorced and widowed which indicates that divided families and lack of emotional security in the family has a strong influence on the individual to be corrupted. Then, the book presents kinds of crime in the Arab society, methods of classifications and form of distribution in the social sectors. The book also shows the differences in distributing specific kinds of crime and its relation with the domestic societies which criminals live in and the nature of the urban areas in cities which they live in. Finally, it deals with the motives of committing crime in the Arab society represented by economic motives and family status.