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The Stability of Self-Control Among South Korean Adolescents
  • I. Yun, A. Walsh
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • International journal of offender therapy and…
  • 1 May 2011
Gottfredson and Hirschi’s general theory of crime has been widely tested. Yet one of their key hypotheses—the stability of self-control—has received little attention from researchers, and no knownExpand
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An examination of police use of force utilizing police training and neighborhood contextual factors
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine police use of force using individual, contextual, and police training factors, expanding prior research by including multiple police agencies in theExpand
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A Study of Occasional and Intensive Weapon Carrying Among Adolescents Using a Nationally Representative Sample
This study employed the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescents (Add Health) data, a nationally representative sample of adolescents. The focus of the study was to examine whether similar riskExpand
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Revisiting the Effects of Self-Protective Behaviors on the Risk of Injury in Assaults Against Women
Using data from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS; 1992–2005), we closely examined the effects of victims’ self-protective actions on the risk of injury among female nonsexual assaultExpand
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Fear of Crime Among Chinese Immigrants
Western scholars implicitly assume that the correlates of fear of crime discovered in the extant literature are also applicable to populations of different culture and ethnic backgrounds. The currentExpand
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A study on police stressors, coping strategies, and somatization symptoms among South Korean frontline police officers
Purpose – Using a sample of male police officers in South Korea, the purpose of this paper is to examine whether police stressors revealed in the western literature are also applicable in the SouthExpand
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ADHD and criminality: A primer on the genetic, neurobiological, evolutionary, and treatment literature for criminologists
Objective This state of the art review of 102 studies is a primer on ADHD and its major comorbidities for criminologists unfamiliar with the genetic, neurobiological, and evolutionaryExpand
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Bullying Among South Korean Adolescents: Prevalence and Association With Psychological Adjustment
This study assessed the prevalence rates of physical, verbal, relational, property, and cyber bullying among a sample of South Korean middle school students. Associations between bullying and a listExpand
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IQ and Delinquency
The purpose of this study is to examine the degree to which police arrest is influenced by an offenders’ level of verbal intelligence. Concomitantly, we examine whether the level of concentratedExpand
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A study of the determinants of reporting crime to the police among Chinese immigrants
Previous research has revealed that the likelihood of an individual reporting a criminal victimization to the police is contingent upon individual-level and incident-level factors. Targeting ChineseExpand
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