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FAMILY STRUCTURE AND DELINQUENCY: TESTING THE LEADING THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES
Family life in North America has changed dramatically over the past five decades. This rapid transformation of the household has serious implications for children, ranging from emotional and behavioural problems, to ...
Intimate Partner Victimization in Canada: A Test of Risk Factors, Self-Control, Routine Activities, Social Disorganization, and Collective Efficacy
Over 12 million incidents of intimate partner victimization (IPV) occur each year in the U.S (Black et al. 2010). Moreover, approximately 363 per 100,000 Canadians are victims of IPV each year (Statistics Canada 2010). Due ...