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Families, delinquency, and crime : linking society’s most basic institution to antisocial behavior / Ronald L. Simons, Leslie Gordon Simons, Lora Ebert Wallace.

By: Simons, Ronald L.
Contributor(s): Simons, Leslie Gordon, 1968- | Wallace, Lora Ebert, 1972-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Roxbury Pub. Co., c2004Description: xvi, 232 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1931719306.Subject(s): Criminal behavior, Prediction of | Juvenile delinquency | Juvenile delinquents -- Family relationships | Deviant behavior | Parent and child -- Psychological aspects
Contents:
Defining our terms and focus -- Linking parenting and delinquency : theories of social and self-control -- Combining family and peer processes : social learning models -- The consequences of corporal punishment and abusive parenting -- Divorce, family structure, and delinquency -- Community context, family processes, and delinquency -- Linking childhood delinquency and adult crime : life course perspectives on antisocial behavior -- Marital violence : antisocial behavior learned in childhood? -- Physical and sexual abuse of children -- Conclusions and observations.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Defining our terms and focus -- Linking parenting and delinquency : theories of social and self-control -- Combining family and peer processes : social learning models -- The consequences of corporal punishment and abusive parenting -- Divorce, family structure, and delinquency -- Community context, family processes, and delinquency -- Linking childhood delinquency and adult crime : life course perspectives on antisocial behavior -- Marital violence : antisocial behavior learned in childhood? -- Physical and sexual abuse of children -- Conclusions and observations.

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