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2016
DeLisi, Matt,  Piquero, Alex R.,  Cardwell, Stephanie M. The unpredictability of murder: Juvenile homicide in the Pathways to Desistance Study. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 14, (1), 26-42.
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2016
Wright, Emily M.,  Fagan, Abigail A.,  Pinchevsky, Gillian M. Penny for your thoughts? The protective effect of youths' attitudes against drug use in high-risk communities. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 14, (2), 110-129.
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2016
Yuan, Yue,  Dong, Beidi,  Melde, Chris . Neighborhood context, street efficacy, and fear of violent victimization. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
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2015
James, Katie,  Clay-Warner, Jody,  Bunch, Jackson . Perceived injustice and school violence: An application of General Strain Theory. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 13, (2), 169-189.
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2015
Burrington, Lori A. Neighborhood structure, immigrant status, and youth violence: Assessing the role of parental supervision. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 13, (4), 367-390.
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2015
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2015
Dong, Beidi,  Krohn, Marvin D. Exploring intergenerational discontinuity in problem behavior: Bad parents with good children. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 13, (2), 99-122.
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2015
DiPietro, Stephanie M.,  Slocum, Lee A.,  Esbensen, Finn-Aage . School climate and violence: Does immigrant status matter?. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 13, (4), 299-322.
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2015
Ahlin, Eileen M.,  Antunes, Maria J.L. . Levels of guardianship in protecting youth against exposure to violence in the community. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
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2014
Vaughn, Michael G.,  Salas-Wright, Christopher P.,  DeLisi, Matt,  Maynard, Brandy R. Violence and externalizing behavior among youth in the United States: Is there a severe 5%?. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (1), 3-21.
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2014
Francis, Kimberly A. General strain theory, gender, and the conditioning influence of negative internalizing emotions on youth risk behaviors. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (1), 58-76.
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2014
Sullivan, Christopher J. Individual, social, and neighborhood influences on the launch of adolescent antisocial behavior. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (2), 103-120.
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2014
Baskin, Deborah,  Sommers, Ira . Exposure to community violence and trajectories of violent offending. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (4), 367-385.
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2014
Stewart, Daniel M.,  Morris, Robert G.,  Weir, Henriika . Youth perceptions of the police: Identifying trajectories. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (1), 22-39.
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2014
Stults, Brian J.,  Falco, Christi S. Unbalanced institutional commitments and delinquent behavior: An individual-level assessment of institutional anomie theory. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (1-2), 77-100.
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2014
Connell, Nadine M.,  Barbieri, Nina,  Reingle Gonzalez, Jennifer M. Understanding school effects on students' willingness to report peer weapon carrying. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
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2014
Kupchik, Aaron,  Ward, Geoff . Race, poverty, and exclusionary school security: An empirical analysis of U.S. elementary, middle, and high schools. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (4), 332-354.
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2014
Jordan, Kareem L. Juvenile status and criminal sentencing: Does it matter in the adult system?. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (4), 315-331.
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2014
Rembert, D.A.,  Henderson, H.,  Pirtle, D. Differential racial/ethnic predictive validity. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (2), 152-166.
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2014
Kupchik, Aaron, Farina, Katie A. Imitating authority students' perceptions of school punishment and security, and bullying victimization. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
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2013
Zaykowski, Heather . Reporting physical assault: How experiences with violence influence adolescents' response to victimization. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 11, (1), 44-59.
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2013
Davis, Jaya,  Sorensen, Jon R. Disproportionate juvenile minority confinement: A state-level assessment of racial threat. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 11, (4), 296-312.
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2012
Jain, Sonia,  Buka, Stephen L.,  Subramanian, S. V.,  Molnar, Beth E. Protective factors for youth exposed to violence: Role of developmental assets in building emotional resilience. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 10, (1), 107-129.
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2012
Fagan, Abigail A.,  Wright, Emily M. The effects of neighborhood context on youth violence and delinquency: Does gender matter?. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 10, (1), 64-82.
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2012
Johnson, Matthew C.,  Menard, Scott . A longitudinal study of delinquency abstention: Differences between life-course abstainers and offenders from adolescence into adulthood. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 10, (3), 278-291.
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2012
Gibson, Chris L. An investigation of neighborhood disadvantage, low self-control, and violent victimization among youth. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 10, (1), 41-63.
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2012
Hutzell, Kirsten L.,  Payne, Allison A. The impact of bullying victimization on school avoidance. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 10, (4), 370-385.
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2012
Popp, Anne Marie . The effects of exposure, proximity, and capable guardians on the risk of bullying victimization. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 10, (4), 315-332.
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2012
Randa, Ryan,  Wilcox, Pamela . Avoidance at school: Further specifying the influence of disorder, victimization, and fear. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 10, (2), 190-204.
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2011
Wareham, Jennifer,  Boots, Denise Paquette . Gender differences in mental health problems and violence among Chicago youth . Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 9, (1), 3-22.
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2011
Watkins, Adam M.,  Maume, Michael O. School victims and crime reporting. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 9, (4), 333-351.
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2010
Mares, Dennis . Social disorganization and gang homicides in Chicago: A neighborhood level comparison of disaggregated homicides. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 8, (1), 38-57.
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2010
DeLisi, Matt,  Drury, Alan J.,  Kosloski, Anna E.,  Caudill, Jonathan W.,  Conis, Peter J.,  Anderson, Craig A.,  Vaughn, Michael G.,  Beaver, Kevin M. The cycle of violence behind bars: Traumatization and institutional misconduct among juvenile delinquents in confinement. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 8, (2), 91-106.
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2010
Hay, Carter,  Meldrum, Ryan,  Forrest, Walter,  Ciaravolo, Emily . Stability and change in risk seeking: Investigating the effects of an intervention program. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 8, (2), 91-106.
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2010
Taylor, Terrance J.,  Esbensen, Finn-Aage,  Brick, Bradley T.,  Freng, Adrienne . Exploring the measurement quality of an attitudinal scale of street code-related violence: Similarities and differences across groups and contexts. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 8, (3), 187-212.
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2010
Carbone-Lopez, Kristin,  Esbensen, Finn-Aage,  Brick, Bradley T. Correlates and consequences of peer victimization: Gender differences in direct and indirect forms of bullying. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 8, (4), 332-350.
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2009
Church, Wesley T., II,  Wharton, Tracy,  Taylor, Julie K. An examination of differential association and social control theory: Family systems and delinquency. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 7, (1), 3-15.
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2009
Kupchik, Aaron,  Bracy, Nicole L. The news media on school crime and violence constructing dangerousness and fueling fear. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 7, (2), 136-155.
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2008
Stein, Rachel E.,  Nofziger, Stacey D. Adolescent sexual victimization: Choice of confidant and the failure of authorities. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 6, (2), 158-177.
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2008
Maschi, Tina,  Bradley, Carolyn A.,  Morgen, Keith . Unraveling the link between trauma and delinquency: The mediating role of negative affect and delinquent peer exposure. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 6, (2), 136-157.
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2008
Guevara, Lori,  Herz, Denise,  Spohn, Cassia . Race, gender, and legal counsel: Differential outcomes in two juvenile courts. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 6, (1), 83-104.
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2007
Peterson, Diana,  Esbensen, Finn-Aage,  Taylor, Terrance J.,  Freng, Adrienne . Youth violence in context: The roles of sex, race, and community in offending. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 5, (4), 385-410.
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2006
Lane, Jodi . Exploring fear of general and gang crimes among juveniles on probation: The impacts of delinquent behaviors. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 4, (1), 34-54.
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2004
Brezina, Timothy,  Agnew, Robert,  Cullen, Francis T.,  Wright, John Paul . The code of the street: A quantitative assessment of Elijah Anderson?s subculture of violence thesis and its contribution to youth violence research. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 2, (4), 303-328.
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2004
Snyder, Howard N. An empirical portrait of the youth reentry population. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 2, (1), 39-55.
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2004
Schubert, Carol A.,  Mulvey, Edward P.,  Steinberg, Laurence,  Cauffman, Elizabeth,  Losoya, Sandra H.,  Hecker, Thomas,  Chassin, Laurie,  Knight, George P. Operational lessons from the Pathways to Desistance Project. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 2, (3), 237-255.
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2004
Knight, George P.,  Little, Michelle,  Losoya, Sandra H.,  Mulvey, Edward P. The self-report of offending among serious juvenile offenders: Cross-gender, cross-ethnic/race measurement equivalence. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 2, (3), 273-295.
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2004
Steinberg, Laurence,  Chung, He Len,  Little, Michelle . Reentry of young offenders from the justice system: A developmental perspective. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 2, (1), 21-38.
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2004
Brame, Robert,  Fagan, Jeffrey,  Piquero, Alex R.,  Schubert, Carol A.,  Steinberg, Laurence . Criminal careers of serious delinquents in two cities. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 2, (3), 256-272.
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2004
Mulvey, Edward P.,  Steinberg, Laurence,  Fagan, Jeffrey,  Cauffman, Elizabeth,  Piquero, Alex R.,  Chassin, Laurie,  Knight, George P.,  Brame, Robert,  Schubert, Carol A.,  Hecker, Thomas,  Losoya, Sandra H. Theory and research on desistance from antisocial activity among serious adolescent offenders. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 2, 213-236.
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