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Victim Precipitation in Homicide Incidents Involving Juvenile Victims
Unformatted Document Text:  Victim Precipitation and Juvenile Homicide References Amir, M. (1967). Victim precipitated forcible rape. The Journal of Criminal Law, 58(4), 493-502. Curtis, L. A. (1974). Victim precipitation and violent crime. Social Problems, 594-605. Dobrin, A., Lee, D., & Price, J. (2005). Neighborhood structure differences between homicide victims and non-victims. Journal of Criminal Justice, 33, 137-143. Fattah, E. A. (1991). Understanding criminal victimization. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc. Felson, R. B., & Cares, A. C. (2005). Gender and the seriousness of assaults on intimate partners and other victims. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67, 1182-1195. Felson, R. B., & Messner, S. F. (1998). Disentangling the effects of gender and intimacy on victim precipitation in homicide. Criminology, 36(2), 405-423. Polk, K. (1997). A reexamination of the concept of victim-precipitated homicide. Homicide Studies, 1(2), 141-168. Wolfgang, M. E. (1967). Victim-precipitated criminal homicide. In M. E. Wolfgang (Ed.), Studies in homicide (p. 72-87). New York: Harper & Row. 7

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Victim Precipitation and Juvenile Homicide
References
Amir, M. (1967). Victim precipitated forcible rape. The Journal of Criminal Law,
58(4), 493-502.
Curtis, L. A. (1974). Victim precipitation and violent crime. Social Problems, 594-605.
Dobrin, A., Lee, D., & Price, J. (2005). Neighborhood structure differences between
homicide victims and non-victims. Journal of Criminal Justice, 33, 137-143.
Fattah, E. A. (1991). Understanding criminal victimization. Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
Prentice Hall, Inc.
Felson, R. B., & Cares, A. C. (2005). Gender and the seriousness of assaults on intimate
partners and other victims. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67, 1182-1195.
Felson, R. B., & Messner, S. F. (1998). Disentangling the effects of gender and intimacy
on victim precipitation in homicide. Criminology, 36(2), 405-423.
Polk, K. (1997). A reexamination of the concept of victim-precipitated homicide.
Homicide Studies, 1(2), 141-168.
Wolfgang, M. E. (1967). Victim-precipitated criminal homicide. In M. E. Wolfgang
(Ed.), Studies in homicide (p. 72-87). New York: Harper & Row.
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