The Cycle of Deviant Behavior, 2006 Investigating Intergenerational Parallelism Longitudinal Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Series
Auteurs : Kaplan Howard B., Tolle Jr. Glen C.
To conduct this study on criminal and antisocial behavior, the authors devoted years to collecting data from a large community sample of first-generation subjects. Data were garnered throughout their early adolescence, twenties, and thirties as well as from these first-generation subjects’ biological children during their own early adolescence. The results of these studies have profound implications for future research and methodology on deviant behavior.
Describes the cycle of intergenerational continuity of deviant behavior and its correlates
Presents analyses guided by a widely respected integrative theory of deviant behavior
Uses data from a prospective multigeneration longitudinal study
Collects data from reports of parents and biological children at the same developmental stage (early adolescence)
Explains intergenerational parallelisms in terms of moderating variables, intervening processes, and intergenerationally continuous common antecedents
Applies structural equation modeling to data from a large in-community sample
Provides extensive reviews of the literature on intergenerational parallelisms
Date de parution : 08-2006
Ouvrage de 224 p.
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