Risk factor profile of youth incarcerated for child to parent violence: A nationally representative sample
Gaylene S. Armstrong,
Calli M. Cain,
Lindsey E. Wylie,
Lisa R. Muftić and
Leana A. Bouffard
Journal of Criminal Justice, 2018, vol. 58, issue C, 1-9
Intra-familial violence occurs in many forms yet few researchers examine child to parent violence (CPV), which occurs in almost 20% of single parent homes. Studies have neither developed a risk factor profile for youth involved in the most severe cases of CPV resulting in incarceration, nor included a comparison of gender-specific correlates.
Keywords: Child to parent violence; Incarcerated youth; Child aggression; Family violence (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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