Repeat and Multiple Victimizations: The Role of Individual and Contextual Factors

@article{Outlaw2002RepeatAM,
  title={Repeat and Multiple Victimizations: The Role of Individual and Contextual Factors},
  author={M. Outlaw and Barry Ruback and C. Britt},
  journal={Violence and Victims},
  year={2002},
  volume={17},
  pages={187 - 204}
}
The present research uses hierarchical modeling to examine the relative contributions of factors about the person, factors about the context, and, most important the interaction of factors about the person and factors about the context in models of both repeat victimization (more than one of the same type of crime) and multiple victimization (two or more different types of crime). Using telephone survey data from a multistage sample of Seattle residents, we estimate separate hierarchical models… Expand
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