Sophie Parcell

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A replication of earlier studies of male sex aggression conducted during the mid 1950s basically finds little modification in incidence and frequency. Approximately 50% of a sample of university women report being victims of sexual aggression during the academic year. Major changes from the earlier research appear to be focused around the nature of the pair(More)
BACKGROUND The link between the effects of de-industrialization (unemployment, poverty) and population health is well understood. Post-industrial decline has, therefore, been cited as an underlying cause of high mortality in Scotland's most de-industrialized region. However, previous research showed other comparably de-industrialized regions in Europe to(More)
OBJECTIVES To compare spatial inequalities in life expectancy (LE) in West Central Scotland (WCS) with nine other postindustrial European regions. DESIGN A cross-sectional observational study. SETTING WCS and nine other postindustrial regions across Europe. PARTICIPANTS Data for WCS and nine other comparably deindustrialised European regions were(More)
Research and treatment on juvenile offenders has been hampered by the lack of a precise operational definition of the construct "juvenile delinquency." The authors cite controversy in the literature to illustrate that the failure to replicate research findings and ultimately to develop successful treatment and rehabilitation programs for the juvenile(More)
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