Community social organization, parents, and peers as mediators of perceived neighborhood block characteristics on delinquent and prosocial activities.

@article{Cantillon2006CommunitySO,
  title={Community social organization, parents, and peers as mediators of perceived neighborhood block characteristics on delinquent and prosocial activities.},
  author={Dan Cantillon},
  journal={American journal of community psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={37 1-2},
  pages={111-27}
}
  • Dan Cantillon
  • Published 2006 in American journal of community psychology
Research on contextual and neighborhood effects has grown exponentially over the past decade as researchers have reacknowledged that community matters. Although empirical findings have consistently documented the significant influence of neighborhood context, the field is just beginning to investigate the varied and multiple pathways through which this influence is transmitted. The current study found support for both a direct and indirect influence of perceived neighborhood structural… CONTINUE READING

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