Nurturant strategy

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Nurturant strategy is a crime prevention strategy that attempts to prevent development of crime through nurturing actions as part of early childhood intervention.[1] The strategy works to improve early life experiences and channel child and adolescent development into desirable directions.[1][2]

There are two main types of nurturant strategies: "those that improve early life experiences to forestall the development of strategic styles based on criminality, and those that channel child and adolescent development in an effort to improve the match between individuals and their environment."[3]

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  1. ^ a b University of A Coruña (1987) Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Page 46. Publisher: Academic Press.
  2. ^ McCoy, Charles L.; Masters, John C. (October 1985) Child Development The Development of Children's Strategies for the Social Control of Emotion and Child Development. Vol. 56, No. 5 Pp. 1214-1222. Published by: Blackwell Publishing.
  3. ^ Savage, Joanne. (Spring 2003) Social Biology. Human Ecology, Crime, and Crime Control: Linking Individual Behavior and Aggregate Crime.