Session 301: VO13 -> Parents, Peers, and Delinquency
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Essex
Session Chair: Ryan King, University of Minnesota
Parental Attachment and the Dynamics of Peers and Delinquency
by: Ryan King, University of Minnesota (Corresponding)
Gender Differences in Children's Aggressive Behavior: The Effect of Television Violence and Delinquent Peer Association
by: Christine A. Eith, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Kenneth A. Lachlan, Michigan State University
Parenting Style, Peer Influence, and Juvenile Delinquency
by: Bamidele Andrew Odubote, University of Minnesota (Corresponding)
Family Background Factors and Victimization Characteristics of Youth Adjudicated for Sexual Offenses: Preliminary Findings
by: Eric L. Jensen, University of Idaho (Corresponding)
Ron Sipe, Idaho Dept. of Juvenile Corrections
Socialization Contexts and Delinquency: A Multi-Level Analysis With African-American Sample
by: Ronald L. Simons, Iowa State University (Corresponding)
Leslie C. Gordon, Clemson University

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