Please direct correspondence to Thomas L. McNulty, The University of Georgia. Department of Sociology, Baldwin Hall. Athens, GA 30602–1611. We thank Martha Meyers, Vincent Roscigno, Chris Browning, Dana Haynie, Jim Coverdill. Mark Cooney, the editors, and anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and suggestions.
EXPLAINING RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIFFERENCES IN SERIOUS ADOLESCENT VIOLENT BEHAVIOR*
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Volume 41, Issue 3, pages 709–747, August 2003
How to Cite
McNULTY, T. L. and BELLAIR, P. E. (2003), EXPLAINING RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIFFERENCES IN SERIOUS ADOLESCENT VIOLENT BEHAVIOR. Criminology, 41: 709–747. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-9125.2003.tb01002.x
Thomas L. McNulty, associate professor of sociology at the University of Georgia, received his Ph.D. in 1996 at the University at Albany-SUNY. His current research focuses on the role played by community and spatial contexts in explaining racial-ethnic differences in violence, the relationship between public housing and neighborhood crime patterns, and labor market effects on delinquency.
Paul E. Bellair, associate professor of sociology at The Ohio State University, received his Ph.D. in 1995 at the University at Albany-SUNY. His current research examines neighborhood and labor market effects on adolescent drug use, gang membership, and violence, including racial difference and recidivism among parolees in community context.
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