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ArtikelPredictors Of Recidivism For Adolescent Offenders In A Singapore Sample  
Oleh: Ang, Rebecca P. ; Huan, Vivien S.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Criminal Justice and Behavior vol. 35 no. 7 (Jul. 2009), page 895-905.
Topik: recidivism; adolescent offenders; juvenile offenders; father criminality; aggression
Fulltext: 895.pdf (102.25KB)
Isi artikelThe purpose of the present study was to identify significant predictors of recidivism in a sample of 772 adolescent offenders in Singapore, using data collected from probation officers’ reports. The findings indicated that reported father criminality, history of running away from home, history of aggression, and an earlier age of first criminal offense were significant risk factors for adolescent recidivism. These findings highlight the need to prevent an early foray into crime by seriously considering interventions that address issues of child and adolescent aggression. In addition, it would be necessary to target both adolescent-related and family-related variables in intervention. Implications for public policy and sentencing options for adolescents are discussed.
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