Skip main navigation
We use cookies to give you a better experience, if that’s ok you can close this message and carry on browsing. For more info read our cookies policy.
We use cookies to give you a better experience. Carry on browsing if you're happy with this, or read our cookies policy for more information.

Skip to 0 minutes and 8 secondsTINA KRETSCHMER: Welcome to this module on anti-social behaviour. Let's first find out what anti-social behaviour actually means. If you different people, you're probably going to get different answers. Some find it anti-social if people put their full bin bags out their front door instead of taking them to the garbage collection. Others are thinking of vandalised bus shelters or trains covered in graffiti. Scientists have been discussing for many years what anti-social behaviour means and use questionnaires to measure whether someone's behaviour is anti-social.

What is antisocial behaviour?

In the next steps we will deal with antisocial behaviour. Examples of antisocial behaviour can be intentionally destroying things, stealing or taking part in fights.

In this video you will learn that opinions differ about what we exactly mean with antisocial behaviour.

Share this video:

This video is from the free online course:

Young People and Their Mental Health

University of Groningen

Contact FutureLearn for Support