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See detailAnalysis of violent and non violent versatility in self-reported juvenile delinquency
Cuervo, Keren; Villanueva, Lidon; Born, Michel ULiege et al

in psychiatry, psychology and law (2017)

Situational action theory (SAT) has emphasized the interaction between individual and social influences on youth crime involvement. In this study, attitudes towards violence, self-control and perception ... [more ▼]

Situational action theory (SAT) has emphasized the interaction between individual and social influences on youth crime involvement. In this study, attitudes towards violence, self-control and perception of neighbourhood are tested in order to determine to what extent they predict versatility in violent and non-violent offences. In order to attain this goal, 2309 Belgian youths aged from 12 to 18 years were administered the Self-report Delinquency Questionnaire. When the offences are divided into violent and non-violent versatilities, the results show differences in the factors that predict delinquency; whereas attitudes towards violence and self-control predict all type of offences, the perception of neighbourhood is only a predictive factor for non-violent offences. External and internal factors need to be included in order to predict the widest range of criminal versatility, since committing a crime involves making choices that depend on the perceived alternatives. [less ▲]

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See detailAdolescent delinquent behaviours as attempts of group social integration and well-being through social acceptance?
Born, Michel ULiege; Cattelino, Elena; Gavray, Claire ULiege et al

in Carneiro, Roberto; Carneiro, Maria Ana (Eds.) Youth, Offense and Well-Being . Can Science Enlighten Policy? (2015)

Large surveys in Western countries give pictures of adolescent well-being related to delinquency and group affiliation. The belonging to a particular country, city or neighbourhood with their social ... [more ▼]

Large surveys in Western countries give pictures of adolescent well-being related to delinquency and group affiliation. The belonging to a particular country, city or neighbourhood with their social structure influences the probability to have delinquent activities in group increasing or decreasing the risk of marginalisation, the sensibility to deviant values and the well-being related to peers’ acceptance. A general process would exist by which, firstly adolescents oppose themselves to the parents’ authority and seek for acceptance among their peers. This leads to a spiral when the youth tries to resolve his cognitive dissonance between the immoral acts he is invited to commit with his friends and his personal value system learned in his family, school and other institutions. In adolescence, the influence of peers can be positive or negative; it can be “protective peer-contagion” with positive response to normative talk or “deviant peer-contagion” with positive response to deviant talk or behaviour. At the micro level, well-adjusted peers are able to resist the influence of deviant peers. The participation to non-homogenous mixed groups seems to facilitate more normative talks. This leads to the hypothesis that the progressive extension to differentiated groups when adolescence is going through will strengthen their ties with conventional norms and contribute to their well-being. [less ▲]

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See detailAway from Delinquency and Crime: Resilience and Protective Factors
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege; Born, Michel ULiege

in Morizot, Julien; Kazemian, Lila (Eds.) The Development of Criminal and Antisocial Behavior: Theory, Research and Practical Applications (2015)

Delinquent and criminal behaviors are often the result of adverse conditions in the family and the neighborhood, or of affiliations with delinquent peers. However, case studies as well as large surveys ... [more ▼]

Delinquent and criminal behaviors are often the result of adverse conditions in the family and the neighborhood, or of affiliations with delinquent peers. However, case studies as well as large surveys have shown that even in adverse conditions, many children and adolescents do not engage in delinquency; they are “resilient.” In the explanation of criminal and antisocial behaviors, resilient individuals are those who have succeeded in overcoming at-risk circumstances. Resilience is also regarded as the process through which a person adjusts to at-risk situations in a successful manner. Promotive and protective factors stem from the community, family, school, peers, and individuals, and the configurations of these factors are important. In addition, protective factors are not universal. Risk factors and consequently, protective and resilience processes, may be different for children, adolescents, and adults, as well as for males and females. Finally, it is useful to distinguish primary resilience (i.e., as a preventive force in the onset of delinquency) from secondary resilience, which refers to a return to a crime-free life after a period of serious offending activity. [less ▲]

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See detail"If it helps, i'll carry on" : Factors supporting the Participation of Native and Immigrants Youth in Belgium and Germany
Born, Michel ULiege; Marzana, Daniela; Alfieri, Sara et al

in Journal of psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied (2015), 148

This article is looking into some factors for Civic Participation and the intention to continue to participate among local (Study I) and immigrant (Study II) young people living in Belgium and Germany ... [more ▼]

This article is looking into some factors for Civic Participation and the intention to continue to participate among local (Study I) and immigrant (Study II) young people living in Belgium and Germany. The results provide the same results in the immigrant and in the native group. Once observable demographic factors are controlled, many of the differences found in other researches (immigrant youth less committed or subjected to other paths of participation) disappear. Applicative repercussions are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailEnjeux de citoyenneté et de participation politique des jeunes à la croisée des rapports sociaux
Gavray, Claire ULiege; Born, Michel ULiege

in Les politiques sociales (2015), 3 et 4

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See detailLes bandes urbaines et groupes délinquants en Belgique : représentations et savoirs
Witvrouw, Line ULiege; Born, Michel ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Criminologie (2015), 48/2(automne),

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See detailAdolescent Risk Behaviours and Protective Factors Against Peer Influence
Cattelino, Elena; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege; Born, Michel ULiege et al

in Journal of Adolescence (2014), 37(8), 1353-1362

This study examined the relationships between protective factors and involvement in risk behaviour of Italian adolescents with friends involved in risk. Protective factors were drawn from models of peers ... [more ▼]

This study examined the relationships between protective factors and involvement in risk behaviour of Italian adolescents with friends involved in risk. Protective factors were drawn from models of peers and from individual skills (perceived regulatory self-efficacy, intolerant attitudes about deviance) and orientation (to health, school, religion). The data are from two waves, 1 year apart, of a questionnaire survey of adolescents in northwestern Italy. Participants were 908 adolescents (42% boys) ages 14–16 years. Results of a hierarchical regression revealed that religiosity is a protective factor and that friends’ models for conventional behaviours and positive attitude about health can mitigate the influence of deviant friends on adolescent risk behaviour 1 year later, even after controlling for prior levels of risk behaviour. Possible implications of this study suggest the importance of implementing preventive interventions by involving the peer group, especially at about 16 years, and working with heterogeneous (deviant and nondeviant) groups. [less ▲]

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See detailParticipation among Youth, Women and migrants : findings from the Wallonia-Brussels Federation of Belgium
Gavray, Claire ULiege; Born, Michel ULiege; Fournier, Bernard

in Barrett, Martyn; Zani, Bruna (Eds.) Politic and Civic Engagement : Multidisciplinary perspectives (2014)

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See detailPsychologie de la délinquance
Born, Michel ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

Book published by De Boeck - Edition revue et augmentée (2014)

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See detailConduites externalisées et délinquance à l’adolescence : un développement bio-psycho-social
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege; Born, Michel ULiege

in Claes, Michel; Lannegrand-Willems, Lyda (Eds.) La psychologie de l'adolescence (2014)

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See detailComment comprendre l'influence au sein de groupes d'adolescents: Conflit sociocognitif ou apprentissage social?
Mathys, Cécile ULiege; Vitaro, Frank; Born, Michel ULiege

in Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science = Revue Canadienne des Sciences du Comportement (2014), 46(2), 289-230

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See detailEtudes des propriétés psychométriques de la CES-D sur un échantillon d'adolescents francophones scolarisés
Boulard, Aurore ULiege; Gauthier, Jean-Marie ULiege; Born, Michel ULiege

in L'Encéphale (2014), 40(2), 123-128

L’objectif de cet article est d’étudier et valider la version francaise de l’échelle de dépression Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) mise au point par Radloff (en 1977) dans une ... [more ▼]

L’objectif de cet article est d’étudier et valider la version francaise de l’échelle de dépression Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) mise au point par Radloff (en 1977) dans une population d’adolescents scolarisés. [less ▲]

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See detailRacines développementales et processus psychologiques de la délinquance juvénile violente
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege; Born, Michel ULiege

in Cusson, Maurice; Guay, Stéphane; Proulx, Jean (Eds.) et al Traité des violences criminelles. Les questions posées par la violence et les réponses de la science (2013)

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See detailFinding the Roots of Adolescent Aggressive Behavior: A Test of Three Developmental Pathways
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege; Véronneau, Marie-Hélène; Boët, Sylvie et al

in International Journal of Behavioral Development (2013), 37(4), 319-331

Aggressive behaviors in adolescence often originate in early development. This study tested three longitudinal pathways starting in early childhood, in a sample of 325 Belgian participants (162 girls ... [more ▼]

Aggressive behaviors in adolescence often originate in early development. This study tested three longitudinal pathways starting in early childhood, in a sample of 325 Belgian participants (162 girls) assessed every 1 or 2 years from birth through age 14. Structural equation models supported the “mother early dissatisfaction” pathway toward adolescent aggression, but neither the “cognitive functioning” nor the “early aggressive behavior” pathway gained clear support. Mother’s early dissatisfaction with her child was the starting point of a series of negative perceptions of the child, which predicted physical and social aggression in adolescence. Children’s cognitive functioning and early aggression level were weakly correlated with mother’s perceptions. This finding suggests that explaining normative development to parents may improve mothers’ perceptions of their early experience as a mother, of their child, and of their subsequent interactions, which may reduce their child’s future aggressive behaviors. [less ▲]

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See detailStyle de vie de consommateurs de drogue conduisant à la délinquance
Born, Michel ULiege; Pirenne, Chantal; Schmits, Emilie ULiege et al

in Revue Internationale de Criminologie et de Police Technique et Scientifique (2013), LXVI

Par des entretiens qualitatifs qui ont pu être menés dans une dizaine de communes belges auprès de personnes ayant accepté de se prêter à un entretien, nous pouvons examiner le lien entre le style de vie ... [more ▼]

Par des entretiens qualitatifs qui ont pu être menés dans une dizaine de communes belges auprès de personnes ayant accepté de se prêter à un entretien, nous pouvons examiner le lien entre le style de vie, la consommation de drogue et la délinquance autorévélée. Par la méthode boule de neige auprès d’usagers de centres ambulatoires d’aide aux toxicomanes et par la méthode de rencontres aléatoires dans des espaces publics, un échantillon de 106 personnes reconnaissant avoir été ou être encore consommateur de drogues illicites a été rencontré. Par l’analyse qualitative, il sera possible de comprendre comment la consommation et la délinquance s’imbriquent chez certaines personnes et structurent leur temps et leur mode de vie. Contrairement aux idées reçues que les consommateurs deviennent délinquants, se marginalisent et aggravent leur toxicomanie, les entretiens permettent de mieux comprendre toutes les nuances individuelles des styles de vie et en particulier le maintien sur une période de vie assez prolongée, de consommations modérées ne conduisant pas à l’exclusion sociale. [less ▲]

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See detailDeviancy training process and normative training process in experimental groups of delinquent male adolescents.
Mathys, Cécile ULiege; Hyde, Luke; Shaw, Daniel et al

in Aggressive Behavior (2013), 39

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