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Chapter 15: School 1. What types of school experiences contribute to delinquency (there are seven)? 2. The association between school experiences and delinquency does not necessarily mean that school experiences cause delinquency. Why? 3. Why do some juveniles have negative school experiences? 4. Do most schools have a major problem with serious violence or theft? Is school crime increasing? 5. What are the three dimensions of bullying? 6. What are the differences between schools with low rates of in-school delinquency and high rates of in-school delinquency (there are seven)? 7. Do private schools or public schools have higher rates of delinquency? Chapter 16: Delinquent peers and Gangs 1. How does delinquency progress? How are delinquent peers and one’s delinquency reciprocally related? 2. Under what conditions are delinquent peers most likely to cause delinquency? How do social learning theories explain the conditional effects? 3. How large are delinquent groups? What is the difference between an “offending group” and an “accomplice network”? 4.
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2011 for the course SOC 421 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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