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This study examined adolescents' aggressiveness in relation to their experiences, beliefs, and attitudes concerning gun use. It also investigated family composition, relationships with parents, and emotionality as correlates of gun involvement and aggressiveness. A self-report questionnaire was...
Data from 349 urban African American youth were analyzed to explore whether the differences in exposure to violence, resilience, and distress symptoms between gang members and nonmembers resulted from the risk behaviors in which youth participated or from the gang membership itself. Youth with...
The purpose of this study was to examine the utility of social control theory's “attachment” and “involvement” bonds as protective factors to examine gender differences in reports of delinquency and academic achievement in a sample of 7th to 12th graders. Attachment bonds were...
In this article, an analysis has been provided of the counterintuitive affective response Old Order Amish youth make to unique cultural prescriptions for adolescent deviance, which have been constructed by adult Amish culture. Data reported on were gathered as part of a larger ethnographic study...
Young people are staying at home for longer periods. This study explores how this extended period of living with parents is experienced by young people. In what sense is the parental home also “home” to coresident young adult offspring? How are these constructed meanings of home related to...
Rising adolescent suicide rates have prompted scholars and practitioners to identify predictive strains. Resulting profiles of suicidal adolescents often assume that a single model is applicable to all adolescent subgroups. Although scholars have repeatedly suggested that suicidal processes may...
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