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Short- and Long-Term Consequences of Adolescent Victimization
(NCJ 191210) February 2002
OJJDP Youth Violence Research Series, Bulletin, 16 page(s)
Menard, S.
Analyzes National Youth Survey (NYS) data to explore how being a victim of crime during adolescence affects the likelihood of certain negative outcomes in adulthood, including violent and property offending and victimization, domestic violence perpetration and victimization, drug use, and mental health problems. The NYS data reflect approximately 1,700 respondents' experiences at ages 1117 and 2129. The Bulletin is part of the Youth Violence Research Bulletin Series, produced jointly by OJJDP and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Includes 6 tables and 1 figure.
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