A Theory of African American Offending: A Test of Core Propositions

@inproceedings{Unnever2014ATO,
  title={A Theory of African American Offending: A Test of Core Propositions},
  author={James D. Unnever},
  year={2014}
}
Analyzing the National Survey of American Life, which includes 3,570 Blacks, this research is the first to test core hypotheses of Unnever and Gabbidon’s Theory of African American Offending. A core assertion of Unnever and Gabbidon’s theory, which specifically and only focuses on Blacks, is that their offending is associated with the degree to which they encounter racial injustices. This article focuses on two forms of racial injustice that are prominently highlighted by Unnever and Gabbidon… CONTINUE READING

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