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Bullying Victimization and Extracurricular Activity
ABSTRACT This study investigated the relationships between bullying victimization and students' extracurricular activity and misbehavior. This research examined whether students' engagement inExpand
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Routine Activities and Victimization at School: The Significance of Gender
Routine activities theory has not fully considered the role of gender in shaping victimization and yet, the research literature clearly demonstrates that gender is associated with an individual’sExpand
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Victimizing the Children of Immigrants
Recent demographic changes have supported the emerging research on one of the fastest growing segments of the U.S. population: the children of immigrants. Because victimization adversely affectsExpand
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Opportunity, Involvement, and Student Exposure to School Violence
Exposure to violence, beyond more obvious physical injuries, has long-term emotional and psychological consequences for youth. It should thus come as no surprise that much research has focused on theExpand
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A Profile of Latino School-Based Extracurricular Activity Involvement
Participation in school-based extracurricular activities influences educational success. Thus, it is important to depict a profile of school-based extracurricular activity involvement for a LatinoExpand
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Racial and Ethnic Stereotypes and Bullying Victimization
Bullying is a serious problem within the U.S. school system. Prior research suggests that victimization is stratified by race and ethnicity. However, few studies consider factors that may moderateExpand
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Race, Ethnicity, and School-Based Adolescent Victimization
Opportunity theory enhances one’s understanding of school-based adolescent victimization. Race and ethnicity plays a significant role in school-based victimization. What is uncertain is howExpand
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Violence, Schools, and Dropping Out
  • Anthony Peguero
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of interpersonal violence
  • 1 December 2011
Without a doubt, exposure to violence and victimization can be profoundly detrimental to the overall well-being and development of all youth. Moreover, violence and victimization that occurs within aExpand
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Social Bonding to School and Educational Inequality
Social bond theory suggests that strong bonds to school influence better outcomes on measures of educational progress and success. However, we know little about the relationship between socialExpand
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Latino/a Student Misbehavior and School Punishment
Although Latino/as are the fastest growing segment of the U.S. student population, Latino/a youth face a number of educational hurdles, such as disproportionate school punishment. This topic isExpand
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