Stability and Change in Antisocial Behavior: the Transition from Adolescence to Early Adulthood Forthcoming: Criminology

  title={Stability and Change in Antisocial Behavior: the Transition from Adolescence to Early Adulthood Forthcoming: Criminology},
  author={Carolyn Giordano},
Because of the strong relationship between age and antisocial behavior most criminological theory and research has concentrated on adolescents. Comparatively little work has focused on other age groups or on important transitional periods in the life course. In contrast this research, based on longitudinal data collected from two samples of young adults who were differentially involved in delinquency as teenagers, focuses on factors responsible for stability and change in antisocial behavior… CONTINUE READING
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