Drugs, Crime, and Other Deviant Adaptations: Longitudinal Studies

Hardcover | February 28, 1995

EditorHoward B. Kaplan

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This first volume in the series illustrates and integrates the theoretical foundations, methodological orientations, and empirical reports of contemporary longitudinal studies on the relationships among diverse forms of deviance. Papers consider common and pattern-specific antecedents and consequences, reciprocal influences, and intervening and moderating variables in causal relationships between drug use, crime, and other forms of deviance.

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This first volume in the series illustrates and integrates the theoretical foundations, methodological orientations, and empirical reports of contemporary longitudinal studies on the relationships among diverse forms of deviance. Papers consider common and pattern-specific antecedents and consequences, reciprocal influences, and i...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:267 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:February 28, 1995Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 13:9780306448768

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Introduction: Drugs, Crime and other Deviant Adaptations; H.B. Kaplan. Common and Patternspecific Antecedents and Consequences of Drug Use, Crime, and other Forms of Deviance: The Roles of Mothers and Fathers in Intergenerational Transmission: The Case of Smoking and Delinquency; P. Wu, D.B. Kandel. Stage of Drug Use, Aggression, and Theft/Vandalism: Common and Uncommon Risks; J.S. Brook, et al. Reciprocal Influences among Drug Use, Crime, and other Forms of Deviance: Longterm Social-Psychological Influences on Deviant Attitudes and Criminal Behavior; A.W. Stacy, M.D. Newcomb. Relationship between Alcohol and Crime over the Life Course; J. McCord. Intervening Variables in Causal Relationships among Drug Use, Crime, and other Forms of Deviance: Personality, Social Control, and Drug Use in Early Adolescence; S.S. Martin, C.A. Robbins. Family Relationships, School Dropout, and Delinquent Behavior; M.D. Krohn, et al. Moderators of the Relationships among Drug Use, Crime, and other Forms of Deviance: Self-attitudes and Antisocial Personality as Moderators of the Drug Use-Violence Relationship; H.B. Kaplan, K.R. Damphousse. A Longitudinal Study of the Conditional Effects of Deviant Behavior on Drug Use among Three Racial/Ethnic Groups of Adolescents; E.A. Apospori, et al. Emerging Issues in Longitudinal Research on Deviant Behavior: Contemporary Themes and Emerging Directions in Longitudinal Research on Deviant Behavior; H.B. Kaplan. Index.