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the last year? and ?males reported higher levels of anti-social behaviour across all types of behaviour? with at least a third of males committing anti-social behaviour compared to a fifth of females, as well as finding that 14-16 year olds are the most likely age group to commit acts of anti-social behaviour with two fifths of 14-16 year olds admitted to committing anti-social behaviour in the last year (Hayward & Sharp, 2003). Straight away these findings show two clearly defined groups of the four main social group?s sociology and social psychology focus on as being a cause for anti-social behaviour.
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