BUILDING CRIMINAL CAPITAL BEHIND BARS : SOCIAL LEARNING IN JUVENILE CORRECTIONS

@inproceedings{Bayer2003BUILDINGCC,
  title={BUILDING CRIMINAL CAPITAL BEHIND BARS : SOCIAL LEARNING IN JUVENILE CORRECTIONS},
  author={Patrick Bayer and Randi Pintoff and David E. Pozen},
  year={2003}
}
This paper analyzes the influence that juvenile offenders serving time in the same correctional facility have on each other’s subsequent criminal behavior. The analysis is based on data on over 8,000 individuals serving time in 169 juvenile correctional facilities during a two-year period in Florida. These data provide a complete record of past crimes, facility assignments, and arrests and adjudications in the year following release for each individual. To control for the non-random assignment… CONTINUE READING

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