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Learning To Be Cruel?: Exploring the Onset and Frequency of Animal Cruelty
Few studies have examined how animal cruelty is learned within a specific social context among incarcerated individuals. Using data from 261 inmates, this study specifically addressed how demographicExpand
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Exploring the Link between Recurrent Acts of Childhood and Adolescent Animal Cruelty and Subsequent Violent Crime
Studies demonstrating the potential link between childhood and adolescent acts of animal cruelty and later interpersonal violence toward humans remain ambiguous. Unfortunately, most of the researchExpand
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Recurrent Childhood Animal Cruelty
Recent studies have begun to establish an association between childhood acts of animal cruelty and later violence against humans. Even so, research has failed to establish a strong correlationExpand
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The Effect of Inmates' Self-Reported Childhood and Adolescent Animal Cruelty
Few researchers have investigated the potentially predictive power of motives for childhood and adolescent animal cruelty as it is associated with interpersonal violence in adulthood. Based on aExpand
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Animal Cruelty Motivations
Few studies have examined childhood and adolescent animal cruelty motives. Using a sample of 261 inmates surveyed at both medium and maximum security prisons ina southern state, the present studyExpand
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Childhood and Adolescent Animal Cruelty Methods and Their Possible Link to Adult Violent Crimes
Few researchers have investigated the potentially predictive power of childhood and adolescent animal cruelty methods as they are associated with subsequent interpersonal violence in adulthood. BasedExpand
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Gender-role attitude change of young women: influential factors from a panel study
Results of this panel study document liberal shifts in the sex-role attitudes of a sample of 294 young women between 1970 (as high school sophomores) and 1981. The women's adolescent attitudes wereExpand
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Exploring the Possible Link Between Childhood and Adolescent Bestiality and Interpersonal Violence
Bestiality is a serious although less frequently occurring form of animal cruelty that may be linked to subsequent aggression against humans. This investigation examines whether a perpetrator's race,Expand
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Examining the Relationship Between Childhood Animal Cruelty Motives and Recurrent Adult Violent Crimes Toward Humans
Few researchers have studied the predictive ability of childhood animal cruelty motives as they are associated with later recurrent violence toward humans. Based on a sample of 180 inmates at oneExpand
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