New research has found a significant gap in the views of what, exactly, is anti-social behavior.The new study found that older people were more likely than younger people to interpret public behavior as anti-social.
For example, more than 80 percent of adults said swearing in a public place was anti-social behavior compared with less than 43 percent of young people, reports Dr. Susie Hulley from the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Criminology. More than 60 percent of adults listed cycling or skateboarding on the street as anti-social behavior, compared with less than 8 percent of young people. And 40 percent of the adults surveyed said that young people hanging around was anti-social behavior (ASB). Just 9 percent of teenagers agreed, she noted.
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