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Unformatted text preview: 9.2).33 1. The authority conflict pathway begins at an early age with stubborn behavior. This leads to defiance (doing things ones own way, disobedience) and then to authority avoidance (staying out late, truancy, running baway). 2. The covert pathway begins with minor, underhanded behavior (lying, shoplifting) that leads to property damage (setting nuisance fires, damaging property). This behavior eventually escalates to more serious forms of criminality, ranging from joyriding, pocket picking, larceny, and fencing to passing bad checks, using stolen credit cards, stealing cars, dealing drugs, and breaking and entering....
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- Spring '08