This is something I definitely must clear up! In my opinion, most people don't know real difference between these terms, and they often use them, without being aware of their true meaning. In everyday life, people constantly make mistakes, putting these terms in the wrong context.
Referring to Socrates that ignorance is the source of every evil, I would like to, through this article, prevent or at least reduce damage, which can be caused to our clients.
In order not to mistake, we will explain fundamental differences...
Asocial behaviour ( in English vernacular means not social ) is considered like tender way of deviant behaviour and means violation of moral and generally accepted norms of one society. This type of bahaviour causes disapproval, criticism, conviction and many other negative reactions in one community.
Antisocial behaviour ( with or without hyphen ) is behaviour that lacks consideration for others and that may cause damage to society, whether intentionally or through negligence, as opposed to pro-social behaviour. It is important to know that this type of behaviour is punished because of the disrespect of legal norms and law.