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NCJ Number: 35223 Find in a Library
Title: ON THE INFLUENCES OF VICTIM EXPERIENCES UPON THE LATER JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
Journal: JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PYSCHOLOGY  Volume:11  Issue:2  Dated:(APRIL 1976)  Pages:21-26
Author(s): M TAKEI
Corporate Author: Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Japanese Assoc of Criminology
Japan
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 6
Sponsoring Agency: Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Tokyo 113, Japan
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Format: Article
Language: Japanese
Country: Japan
Annotation: STUDY OF HOW BEING A VICTIM INFLUENCED THE DEVELOPMENT OF DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR OF 62 INMATES OF A JUVENILE DETENTION AND CLASSIFICATION HOME IN JAPAN.
Abstract: THE STUDY WAS BASED ON A QUESTIONNAIRE ADMINISTERED TO THE JUVENILES AS WELL AS ON A REVIEW OF THEIR BACKGROUND RECORDS. THE STUDY FOUND THAT VICTIMIZATION SOMETIMES REINFORCED A TENDENCY TOWARD DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR IN CASES WHERE THE TENDENCY WAS ALREADY DEVELOPED. --IN JAPANESE. SUMMARY IN ENGLISH
Index Term(s): Japan; Juvenile delinquency factors; Juvenile victims; Psychological victimization effects; Victimology
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