Session 169: RS117 -> Links Among Female Victimization, Crime, and Re-Victimization in Longitudinal Perspective
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Montrose 2
Session Chair: Veronica M. Herrera, Wellesley College
Understanding the Link Between Girls' Victimization, Re-victimization, and Delinquency: Results From the Navy Family Study
by: Veronica M. Herrera, Wellesley College (Corresponding)
Linda M. Williams, Wellesley College
Benjamin Saunders, Natl Crime Victims Research/Treatment Ctr
Maltreatment, Revictimization, and Outcomes for Young Adult Women in the Rochester Youth Development Study
by: Carolyn A. Smith, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Timothy O. Ireland, Niagara University
Terence P. Thornberry, University at Albany
Childhood Sexual Abuse and Girls' Delinquency: A Longitudinal Perspective
by: Laura McCloskey, Harvard School of Public Health (Corresponding)
Jennifer Bailey, University of Arizona
Erika Lichter, Harvard School of Public Health
Childhood Sexual Victimization, Running Away and Crime: Results From a Prospective Study
by: Jane A. Siegel, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Linda M. Williams, Wellesley College

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