Children at Risk
This chapter discusses the various factors that put children at risk for victimization including geography, family factors, emotional problems, risk-taking, and prior victimization. It provides a critique of the lifestyle or routine activities theory of victimization, and presents a new conceptual framework and comprehensive dynamic model involving instigation processes, selection processes, and protection processes.
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