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See detailSocietal Vulnerability and Adolescent offending: The role of violent values, self-control and troublesome youth group involvement
Vettenburg, Nicole; Brondeel, Ruben; Gavray, Claire ULg et al

in European Journal of Criminology (2013), 10(4), 444-461

confirmation du rôle joué par le contact négatif avec les institutions sociales sur les attitudes et comportements des jeunes, et cela même si on contrôle le niveau et contrôle de soi ou d'adhésion aux ... [more ▼]

confirmation du rôle joué par le contact négatif avec les institutions sociales sur les attitudes et comportements des jeunes, et cela même si on contrôle le niveau et contrôle de soi ou d'adhésion aux valeurs violentes [less ▲]

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See detailAdolescents' self-control. Which impact os Societal Vulnerability and Violent Values ? A gender comparison.
Gavray, Claire ULg; Vettenburg, Nicole; Pauwels, Lieven et al

in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice (2013), 29(1), 13-31

The present study contributes to the study of self-control among adolescents by testing how self-control is affected by societal vulnerability and violent values and by investigating how (in)variant this ... [more ▼]

The present study contributes to the study of self-control among adolescents by testing how self-control is affected by societal vulnerability and violent values and by investigating how (in)variant this relationship is for boys and girls. The Belgian International Self-Report Delinquency Study (ISRD-2) data were used to assess to what extent positive attitudes toward violence can be seen as mediators in the relationship between societal vulnerability and self-control. The findings suggest that violent values mediate the relationship between societal vulnerability and self-control. Despite results indicating higher self-control among females, when conducting the analyses separately by gender, we found that the relationship between societal vulnerability and self-control was very similar for boys and girls. It is concluded that societally vulnerable boys and girls are equally affected by the intermediate mechanism of violent values. [less ▲]

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See detailSocietal Vulnerability and self-control : do violent values mediate this relation for boys and girls?
Gavray, Claire ULg; Vettenburg, Nicole; Pauwels, LIeven et al

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See detailSociétal Vulnerability and self-control : do Violent Values mediate this relation for boys and girls?
Gavray, Claire ULg; Vettenburg, Nicole; Pauwels, Lieven et al

Conference (2011, September 22)

no gender difference was found in the psycho-social dynamic , even if girls are in average less concerned by a bad self-control and by violent values

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See detailSocietal Vulnerability and Troublesome Youth Group Involvement TYG): the Mediating Role of Violent Values and Low Self-Control
Pauwels, Lieven; Vettenburg, Nicole; Gavray, Claire ULg et al

in International Criminal Justice Review (2011), 2(3), 283-296

both violent values and a low self-control mediate the effect of societal vulnerability on TYG

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See detailBelgium, Canada and Switzerland : are there differences in the contributions of selected variables on property and violent self-reported delinquency?
Vettenburg, Nicole; Egli; Lucia et al

in European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law & Criminal Justice (2011)

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See detailSocietal vulnerability and adolescent offending. Exploring the role of violent values, low self-control and troublesome youth group involvement
Vettenburg, Nicole; Pauwels, lieven; Brondeel, Ruben et al

Conference (2010, September 11)

the direct/indirect explanation power of societal vulnerability > juvenile delinquency is discussed

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See detailVandalism among adolescents - a comparison of european countries
Gavray, Claire ULg; Vettenburg, Nicole

Conference (2010, September 10)

ISRD results show it' s important not to banalize vandalism. They also show that different factors lead girls and boys to adopt this behaviour. It's significantly due to gendered socialization.

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See detailvandaliser à l'adolescence
Gavray, Claire ULg; vettenburg, Nicole

Conference (2010, May 13)

The personal factor which explain vandalism amongst adolescents differ according to gender group. In the male group, we find an important impact of the valuation of violence and of the feeling of social ... [more ▼]

The personal factor which explain vandalism amongst adolescents differ according to gender group. In the male group, we find an important impact of the valuation of violence and of the feeling of social and statutory victimisation. In the female group, we find track of early victimisation in the family and the other spheres. [less ▲]

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See detailDelinquance juvénile auto-rapportée en Belgique
Gavray, Claire ULg; Vettenburg, Nicole; Born, Michel ULg

in Junger-Tas, Josine; Haen-Marshall, Ineke; Erzmpann, Dirk (Eds.) et al Juvenile delinquency in Europe and Beyond : Results of the Second International Self-Reported Study (2010)

international comparisons concerning juvenile delinquency trends

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See detailWho are the Most Violent Young adolescents ?
Gavray, Claire ULg; vettenburg, Nicole

Conference (2009, September 10)

The paper considers social-demographic variables, such as the family and the school profile of the group of pupils ( school years 7, 8 and 9 in the ISRD- Belgium database) who are the most violent in our ... [more ▼]

The paper considers social-demographic variables, such as the family and the school profile of the group of pupils ( school years 7, 8 and 9 in the ISRD- Belgium database) who are the most violent in our sample. We will then compare them with the less violent offenders. Taking a gender perspective, we will examine the dynamic and significant factors related to both levels of violence in each gender group in order to analyze similarities and differences. For example, previous studies and analyses have shown that seriously violent behaviour is significantly related to early family victimization of girls, a hypothesis that will also be examined. (ISRD-Panel, no. 2) [less ▲]

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See detailLa délinquance juvénile autorévélée : le cas de la Belgique
Gavray, Claire ULg; Vettenburg, Nicole

in Carrefours de l'éducation (2007), 24(juillet décembre), 53-72

This article deals with the determinants of juvenile delinquency, taking as starting point data of three recent surveys. The school factor appears as very significant (school perspectives, social ... [more ▼]

This article deals with the determinants of juvenile delinquency, taking as starting point data of three recent surveys. The school factor appears as very significant (school perspectives, social relations ,encouragements, notes, investment, teaching project of the school...) [less ▲]

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See detailSchool van de Hoop. Integratie van maatchappelijk kwetsbare jongeren
Gavray, Claire ULg; Vettenburg, Nicole

Book published by Cera Foundation et Fondation Reine Paola (2004)

présentation des projets aidés par la Fondation Reine Paola et examen des conditions nécessaire au développement et à la réussite de tels projets

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