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On contrary, females are more prone to commit crime than males.

Females are more rebellious because the level of restriction given to them is higher compared to males. Media contributes to their actions to be more delinquent through reality shows wherein girls fighting with each other altering their mindset of how they would act in a given situation. Girls are more driven to commit delinquent acts because of early psychological and biological traits, and social roles associated with them. It is a stereotype that females are more subordinate than males. In the family, females have more restrictions than males because they thought that they are much weaker and helpless than males. hey gave these restrictions to assure the female!s safety and welfare. "ith these, females tend to be rebellious because they feel like they are in prison. #ccording to the article Why teens feel a need to rebel $n.d%, girls are often to rebel to their parents because of the strict rules imposed upon them $para. &%. Moreover, according to 'ambroso as edited by (hoemakes $)**+%, ,Females were lacking sensitivity, compared to men- he also found females more childlike, morally deficient, .ealous, and vengeful/ $p. )01%. Females in the family are spoiled by their parents giving them the state of mind that they can get whatever they like as long as they follow their commands. "ith this, female develop the attitude of insensitivity and .ealousy. 2ealousy rise in the picture when they see someone who has something that they cannot get from asking their parents. It!s not only the family that molds their personality. Media as well, plays an important role in molding the outlook of females and they tend to imitate them. 3ou cannot erase the fact that most of the movies nowadays have girl fights in it. Most of those girl fights are the effect of different circumstances such as .ealousy, envy and

misunderstandings. #ccording to article Media violence4 e5posure and control, women committed acts of violence, such as ,punching, beating or chocking another/ by watching violent television shows as a child $'ongitudial studies section, para. +%. Furthermore, according to 6uesman as cited in 7hildren and television violence $)**8%, ,the young girls who often watched shows featuring aggressive heroines in the 9:1*!s, have grown up to be more aggressive adults involved in more confrontations, shoving matches, chocking and knife fights than women who had few or none of these shows/ $6uesmann section, para. &%. Indeed there is a great influence of the various television shows especially those that depict violent acts to their attitudes and how they act in certain situations. #nd lastly, psychological, biological and social factors contribute much to their attitude. ;uring the puberty age, female starts to mingle with people and build friendship. his is also the time that menstruation period starts and they are susceptible to social and cultural change influenced by the peers they are with. #ccording to (iegel and "elsh $)**8%, ,early biotheorists suspected that premenstrual syndrome $<M(% was direct cause of the reletavily rare instances of female violence/ $p. 9&:%. Moreover, #ccording to (iegel and "elsh $)**8%, se5ually=developed girls are highly involved in delinquent acts because of their sociali>ation, and involvement in deviant behavior learned from their peer. (uch behavior is called ,party deviance/, which includes ,drinking, smoking and substance abuse./ his may occur during early puberty, during the time when girls are more likely to be with their peers, and having relationships with boys $p. 9&:%. Female