the 'new me' roles) which is central to a model of desistence
As noted, Laws and Ward (2011; Ward & Laws, 2010) have recently added the consideration of desistence
to their model.
Initiation, escalation and desistence
in juvenile offending and their correlates.
It also appears to contradict what the research tells us about the link between employment and crime desistence
Generally, the expectation of "successful" prisoner reentry is not simply desistence
from crime (Lynch, 2006; Phillips & Lindsay, 2011).
First, and most obviously, has there been any desistence
from cartel conduct (and how is this reliably known)?
In other words, the justification of a right and who holds the rights and duties are invariable, but exactly what we have a right to--the content of the right--particularly where it is anything other than desistence
from actions on the part of others, may, and does, vary.
Marriage is important quantitatively, as the most frequently cited reason for desistence
, but exactly how marriage is important comes through in the interviews the authors conduct as the former delinquents near age 70, nearly a half-century after the original study.
Poor academic performance is related to the prevalence and onset of delinquency and drug use; conversely, good academic performance is associated with desistence
from problem behaviors (Jessor, 1976; Maguin & Loeber, 1996).
2002) Rethinking What Works with Offenders: Probation, social context and desistence
from crime Cullompton: Willan
This is not unique to the field of sexual offending, as research into general criminal behavior has been aimed almost exclusively on the identification of factors that predict risk rather than on the identification of protective factors that predict desistence
The adolescent drug-crime relationship; desistence
and gateway theories across user levels.