Does offending intensify as exposure to violence aggregates? Reconsidering the effects of repeat victimization, types of exposure to violence, and poly-victimization on property crime, violent offending, and substance use
Chelsea Farrell and
Gregory M. Zimmerman
Journal of Criminal Justice, 2017, vol. 53, issue C, 25-33
The relationship between exposure to violence and adverse behavioral outcomes is well-documented. But, heterogeneity in this relationship across different operational strategies for exposure to violence is less well understood. This study examines the effects of repeat victimization, exposure to different types of violence, and poly-victimization on property crime, violent offending, and substance use.
Keywords: Exposure to violence; Offending; Poly-victimization; Victim-offender overlap (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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