The Age-Graded Consequences of Victimization
|Abstract||A large body of research links victimization to various harms. Yet it remains unclear how the effects of victimization vary over the life course, or why some victims are more likely to experience negative outcomes than others. Accordingly, this study seeks to advance the literature and inform victim service interventions by examining the effects of violent victimization and social ties on multiple behavioral, psychological, and health-related outcomes across three distinct stages of the life course: adolescence, early adulthood, and adulthood. Specifically, I ask two primary questions: 1) are the consequences of victimization age-graded? And 2) are the effects of social ties in mitigating the consequences of victimization age-graded?
|Contributor||Turanovic, Jillian Juliet (Author) / Reisig, Michael D (Advisor) / Wright, Kevin A (Committee member) / Holtfreter, Kristy (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)|
|Subject||Criminology / Add Health / Adulthood / Life course / Social ties / Victimization / Violence|
|Reuse Permissions||All Rights Reserved|
|Note||Doctoral Dissertation Criminology and Criminal Justice 2015|
|Collaborating Institutions||Graduate College / ASU Library|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|