The longitudinal relation between peer violent victimization and delinquency: results from a national representative sample of u.s. Adolescents.

@article{Jackson2013TheLR,
  title={The longitudinal relation between peer violent victimization and delinquency: results from a national representative sample of u.s. Adolescents.},
  author={Corrie L Jackson and Rochelle F Hanson and Ananda Beth Amstadter and Benjamin E Saunders and Dean G. Kilpatrick},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 8},
  pages={1596-616}
}
Using a nationally representative sample of adolescents from the United States aged 12 to 17 years (Wave 1, n = 3,614; Wave 2, n = 2,511), this study examined (a) demographic and descriptive information about peer violent victimization (PVV); and (b) the longitudinal relation between a history of PVV and delinquency. Results indicated that 12.4% of adolescents reported lifetime exposure to PVV, and many of these adolescents with a previous history of PVV also reported exposure to other forms of… CONTINUE READING