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the development of persistent criminal offending in males - CiteSeerX
and early behavior problems in the development of criminal behavior. Finally, we discuss our hypotheses and analytical strategy. 732. CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND ...
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A Life-Course View of the Development of Crime - JStor
tive on crime and a critique of the developmental crimi nology paradigm. Their fundamental argument is that persistent offending and desistance?or trajectories  ...
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A Life-Course View of the Development of Crime - SAGE Journals
tive on crime and a critique of the developmental crimi- nology paradigm. Their fundamental argument is that persistent offending and desistance—or trajectories  ...
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The Criminal Career Paradigm
explanations for this relationship: state dependence and persistent ..... garding the development of crime over the life course (Farrington. 2002). First, excluding  ...
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Adolescence-Limited and Life-Course-Persistent - CiteSeerX
Development and Antisocial Behavior, a joint project of the MacArthur. Foundation and ... ries of criminal behavior that are based on this distinction. The theories ...
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A Selective Review of the Risk Factors for Antisocial Behavior
Jun 10, 2013 ... tention as an important stage in development in recent years. ..... family factors in the etiology of persistent criminality. Findings on the ...
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Understanding the Female Offender - Princeton University
juvenile crime, she argues, will be those that foster development in a safe and ..... in The Development of Persistent Criminality, edited by J. Savage (Cambridge ...
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Moffitt, T.E. (1993) Adolescence-limited and life-course-persistent
context initiates risk for the life-course-persistent pattern of an- tisocial behavior. ... culties contribute to the development of persistent antisocial be- havior by ...
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Scaling archetypal criminals - Springer Link
childhood and never disappears. This persistent criminality severely compromises pro-social development and impedes involvement in the family, school, and ...
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Preventing crime and violence among transient and persistent
The other part should be directed at combating crime by persistent offenders. ..... points of leverage on those factors and coordinating the development of a plan ...
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The 1 % of the population accountable for 63 % of all violent crime
Oct 31, 2013 ... episode violent crime and for the development of persistent violence in individuals. That comparatively few individuals present with disinhibitory ...
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Factors associated with serious or persistent violent offending
aware of and, where possible develop strategies to manage the risk to the ... persistent violent offending, excluding domestic and sexual violence, for which ..... 1) Men with a long criminal career (in any crime type) are more likely to commit.
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how and why people stop offending: discovering - Enlighten
May 16, 2013 ... desist from crime, ex-offenders need to develop a coherent ... Farrall's studies of the desistance or persistence of almost 200 men and women ...
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Neurosocial Perspective on the Assessment and Etiology of
Jun 4, 1981 ... which illustnte the relationship between persistent criminality and brain ...... hopefully, to the development of more effective rehabilitation and ...
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Crime Propensity, Criminogenic Exposure and Crime - Pads+
Adolescent and Young Adult Development Study (PADS+). ... Action Theory (SAT ), crime, crime propensity, criminogenic exposure. 1. ...... persistent offending.
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POP and Outdoor Cannabis
lead to novel suppression and disruption strategies. Problem-Oriented Policing ( POP) is an approach to developing strategies for countering persistent crime.
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Predicting the Impact of a Stressful Life Experience: Criminal
to which development and persistence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder ... the victim's cognitive appraisal of the crime's dangerousness, the type of crime ...
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Torbjørn Skarðhamar Reconsidering the theory on adolescent - SSB
persistent antisocial behaviour (Moffitt 1993) and its empirical evidence. ... of the longitudinal sequence of crimes committed by individual offenders (Blumstein et al. 1986). ..... deficits that prevent healthy development of prosocial skills.
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Zbornik znanstvenih razprav Letnik 75 (2015) / Volume 75 (2015
The development of desistance theories is a rather recent event and while general ... into a hardened criminal.1 Even when studies on criminality tried to incorporate ... engaged in persistent patterns of criminal offending [with the emphasis on].
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Peace Operations and Organised Crime - International Peace Institute
Organised Crime: Threat or Opportunity for Peace Operations? 29. Organised Crime ...... of economic growth, or persistent crime, any of which might sap popular.
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