School crime and disruption as a function of student-school fit: An empirical assessment.

Abstract

A theoretical model is described which conceptualizes school crime and disruption as a function of the congruence or fit between the personal characteristics of students and the social environments of the schools they attend. In a direct empirical test of the model, indices representing 10 distinct dimensions of student-school fit are related to three… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02087987

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