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Deviance of Peers

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Deviance of Peers

Deviance of Peers

The full version of the Deviance of Peers was a 36-item self-report interview that obtained information about peer involvement in conventional and delinquent activities. In addition, information about peer pressure to use drugs and/or alcohol was collected.

WAVE 1: The Deviance of Peers (PDF 2.4MB) was a self-report interview that obtained information about peer involvement in conventional and delinquent activities. Information about peer pressure to use drugs and/or alcohol was also collected. It was administered to subjects in Cohorts 9 to 18.

WAVE 2: The Deviance of Peers (PDF 3.7MB) was a self-report interview that obtained information about peer involvement in conventional and delinquent activities. Compared to the Wave 1 version, a reduced set of items was included in Wave 2, but Wave 2 had additional questions regarding the age and gender of peers involved in particular behaviors. Information about peer pressure to use drugs and/or alcohol was also collected. It was administered to subjects in Cohorts 9 to 18.

WAVE 3: The Deviance of Peers (PDF 2.6MB) was a self-report interview that obtained information about peer involvement in conventional and delinquent activities. Compared to the Wave 1 version, a reduced set of items was included in Wave 3, but Wave 3 had additional questions regarding the age and gender of peers involved in particular behaviors. Information about peer pressure to use drugs and/or alcohol was also collected. It was administered to subjects in Cohorts 6, 9, and 12.

Citations

Huizinga, D. Esbenson, F. & Weihar, A.W. (1991). "Are there multiple paths to delinquency?" The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 82, 83-118.

Related Internet Resources

JSTOR Journal Article - "Are there multiple paths to delinquency?"

Hein Online Journal Article- "Are there multiple paths to delinquency?" (see page 83)

PHDCN Administration

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