By Erika Harrell
Harrell makes use of numerous waves of the nationwide early life Survey to degree no matter if Agnew s common pressure idea (GST) may perhaps clarify the connection among adolescent victimization and delinquency. She examines the consequences of victimization on kinds of delinquency throughout racial and gender teams. the most premise of the GST, that elevated pressure in someone may end up in elevated antisocial habit, is supported right here. Adolescent victimization, as a resource of pressure, raises antisocial habit. despite the fact that, the impression of adolescent victimization delinquency did differ throughout racial and gender teams.
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1991) all specified that abuse prior to and including age 11 was considered childhood victimization and victimization occurring from age 12 to age 17 was considered adolescent victimization. At the extreme, in the literature are some authors who consider victimization that occurs from birth all the way into the teen years and also into the early twenties as childhood victimization (Dembo et al. 1987; Dembo et al. 1989; Dembo et al. 2000; Finkelhor 1979; Katz 2000; Kruttschnitt and Dornfeld 1993; Lemmon 1999; Locke and Newcomb 2004; McCord 1979, 1983; Pollock et al.
They claim that various methodological flaws have caused much of this research to be unreliable. This, in turn, raises doubt about the finding that maltreatment increases the likelihood of participation in delinquent and criminal behavior. Doerner (1987) noted four major problems that permeated studies of childhood victimization and delinquency. ). A second problem was that research usually did not acknowledge the limitations of official versus self-report data. For example, relying solely on official data could leave out certain people not processed through either the child welfare or criminal justice systems.
First, the emphasis on adolescent males leaves out a great deal of research that could explain why victimized female adolescents may commit violent offenses. Also, the authors did not point out if the research on adolescent maltreatment and violent offending considered racial differences at all. Furthermore, Paperny and Deisher (1983) did not go into detail about why the literature on adolescent victimization and violent offending is lacking. A few years later, Fagan and his colleagues (1987) conducted a study of inner-city youths to determine the relationship between victimization and delinquency.