Ch 9 PPT - Developmental Pathways and Life Trajectories of...

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Developmental Pathways and Life Trajectories of Delinquency Chapter 9
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Overview Developmental Pathways and Trajectories Life course persistent antisocial behavior Life trajectories and gender Desistence Critiques
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Introduction Conflicting schools of thought seek to best explain criminal/ delinquent behavior Developmental Criminology Problem behaviors in childhood persist through adolescent and adulthood Aggravation Desistance
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Developmental Pathways and Trajectories Conceptual Models Linking physiological, psychological, and environmental childhood experiences with delinquent/ criminal behavior Causes for adolescent-limited antisocial behavior may be related to the period of adolescence Early childhood factors may influence whether they continue to engage in delinquent behaviors
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Developmental Pathways and Trajectories Moffit Vs. Patterson Trajectory Both state the earlier a behavior starts, the more likely it is to persist What causes youth’s antisocial behavior?
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course CRJU 4230 taught by Professor Derekallen during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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Ch 9 PPT - Developmental Pathways and Life Trajectories of...

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