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A recent study found that 1 in 2 males who were serious, violent juvenile offenders were violently victimized compared with 1 in of their nondelinquent peers

A recent study found that 1 in 2 males who were serious, violent juvenile offenders were violently victimized compared with 1 in of their nondelinquent peers. Being victimized, in turn, may lead to victimizing others.

The books are divided according to criminal justice specialty

The books are divided according to criminal justice specialty. The books in the fiction and basic categories are regarded as useful to professionals in all areas and specialties of the criminal justice field. The message of the book is that our current criminal justice system is used in a reactionary way and not as a preventative and how this must change. 32. God and the Victim: Theological Reflections on Evil, Victimization, Justice, and Forgiveness, by Mrs. Lisa Barnes Lampman A religious-based book that looks at the theological side of crime and victims of crime.

Harrell uses several waves of the National Youth Survey to measure whether Agnew s General Strain Theory (GST) could explain the relationship between adolescent victimization and delinquency. She examines the effects of victimization on different types of delinquency across racial and gender groups. The main premise of the GST, that increased strain in an individual can lead to increased delinquent behavior, is supported here. Adolescent victimization, as a source of strain, increases delinquent behavior. However, the effect of adolescent victimization delinquency did vary across racial and gender groups.
Adolescent Victimization and Delinquent Behavior (Criminal Justice) download epub
Law
Author: Erika Harrell
ISBN: 1593322062
Category: Other
Subcategory: Law
Language: English
Publisher: LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC (March 5, 2007)
Pages: 178 pages