The Role of Vicarious and Anticipated Strain on the Overlap of Violent Perpetration and Victimization: A Test of General Strain Theory

@article{Zavala2013TheRO,
  title={The Role of Vicarious and Anticipated Strain on the Overlap of Violent Perpetration and Victimization: A Test of General Strain Theory},
  author={E. Zavala and Ryan E. Spohn},
  journal={American Journal of Criminal Justice},
  year={2013},
  volume={38},
  pages={119-140}
}
  • E. Zavala, Ryan E. Spohn
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • American Journal of Criminal Justice
  • Numerous studies have documented a relationship between criminal offending and violent victimization. That is, people who commit criminal behavior are also more likely to be victimized. As such, criminological theories traditionally used to explain criminal behavior have now been applied to explain victimization. The current study examines whether Agnew’s general strain theory can explain the offender-victim overlap using a nationally representative sample of males. Results show that vicarious… CONTINUE READING
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