Gender Differences in the Effect of Child Maltreatment on Criminal Activity over the Life Course

University of Nebraska Omaha | January, 01 , 2010
Ryan E. Spohn | Download (327)
This paper adds to a growing body of knowledge regarding the criminal consequences of childhood victimization. A prospective research design is used to compare a group of maltreated youth to a matched control group in order to determine the extent to which child abuse and neglect influence both juvenile delinquency and adult crime.


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