delinquent drift David Matza, in his book Delinquency and Drift (1964), argued that delinquency did not emerge as a result of strongly deterministic forces, but rather through a gentle weakening of the moral ties of society, which allowed some young people to drift into delinquency. See also VOCABULARIES OF MOTIVE.
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