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General Strain Theory and Delinquency: A Replication and Extension

General Strain Theory and Delinquency: A Replication and Extension,10.1177/0022427894031003001,Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency,Raymond Pa

General Strain Theory and Delinquency: A Replication and Extension   (Citations: 143)
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Journal: Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency - J RES CRIME DELINQ , vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 235-263, 1994
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    • ...While general strain theory (GST) has received support in the explanation of violent behavior (Aseltine, Gore, & Gordon, 2000; Mazerolle, Burton, Cullen, Evans, & Payne, 2000; Mazerolle & Piquero, 1998; Paternoster & Mazerolle, 1994), property crimes (Piquero & Sealock, 2000), drug use (Carson, Sullivan, Cochran, & Lersch, 2009; Preston, 2006; Swatt, Gibson, & Piquero, 2007), suicidal behavior (Stack & Wasserman, 2007), white-collar crime (Langton & Piquero, 2007), reckless driving (Ellwanger, 2007), and workplace problems (Arter, 2008), empirical support for strain in predicting cheating has not been established...

    John M. Stogneret al. Learning to E-Cheat: A Criminological Test of Internet Facilitated Aca...

    • ...Furthermore, though some applications of the term specify that the scarcity of money must also be negatively evaluated for it to be a strain per se (Agnew, 1992, 2001; Baron, 2004; Paternoster & Mazerolle, 1994), other analyses make no inferences about subjective cognitive or emotional experiences (Benson, Kim, Rasmussen, & Zhehlke, 1992; Kim & Lee, 2001)...

    Kristy Martire. An Examination of the Implications of Financial Strain for Forensic Ps...

    • ...This variable, taken as a composite score, expands on the range of sources of such stress previously examined in GST tests, such as neighborhood problems, negative relations with adults, and school hassles (Paternoster and Mazerolle 1994; Mazerolle 1998; Agnew and White 1992)...

    David Eitleet al. General Strain Theory, BIS/BAS Levels, and Gambling Behavior

    • ...For example, studies have used GST to explain violence, general delinquency, non-violent crimes, and drug use, and have used a variety of different samples, including criminal populations, juveniles, college students, and adults (Agnew and White 1992; Aseltine, Gore, and Gordon 2000; Baron and Hartnagel 2002; Brezina 1996; Broidy 2001; Capowich, Mazerolle, and Piquero 2001; Mazerolle, Burton, Cullen, Evans, and Payne 2000; Mazerolle and Piquero 1997, 1998; Paternoster and Mazerolle 1994; Piquero and Sealock 2004)...

    Deanna M. Pérezet al. Specifying General Strain Theory: An Ethnically Relevant Approach

    • ...2000; Hoffmann and Cerbone 1999; Paternoster and Mazerolle 1994; Piquero and Sealock 2004), but tests have not always supported the theoretical connection between strain and substance use (Agnew and White 1992; Aseltine et al...

    Jason A. Fordet al. Academic Strain and Non-Medical Use of Prescription Stimulants among C...

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