Psychosocial causes of offending

David P. Farrington

Introduction Scope, ofthis, chapter

Measurement .andepidemiology

Riskfactors

Individual., factors

Low, .intelligence, and, attainment

Familyfactors Child-rearing

Teenage „mothers, MandMchildn abuse Parental, ncoinflictM .alnd.„Slepa^atiSnS CriMnMnparents Largefamily, „size Sociaj,fac.t.o.rs

Socio-economic, deprivation

Peernin,flMue,nices

School,, influences

CommuMyniMuences

Situational , , influences

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Conclusion Chapter, References

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