PERKAITAN ANTARA KONSEP KENDIRI DAN PENGINTEGRASIAN SOSIAL DALAM KONTEKS JENAYAH: SATU KAJIAN ULASAN SISTEMATIK

N.K. Tharshini, Fauziah Ibrahim

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Artikel ini disediakan bagi mengulas perkaitan antara konsep kendiri dan pengintegrasian sosial dalam konteks jenayah. Satu kajian ulasan sistematik telah dijalankan bagi mendapatkan maklumat lengkap berkaitan konsep kendiri dan pengintegrasian sosial dengan menggunakan pangkalan data Elsevier, Sage and Google Scholar. Keputusan kajian menunjukkan bahawa terdapat hubungan yang signifikan antara konsep kendiri dan pengintegrasian sosial terutamanya bagi individu yang pernah terlibat dengan salah laku jenayah. Hasil kajian memberi implikasi kepada pihak yang berkepentingan mengenai peranan faktor pelindung dalam mengurangkan kadar residivisme.


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