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Part III: Trends in girls' crime
- Randall Shelden, Feb 26, 2013
It was noted in part II of this series that girls who run away from home are often doing so because of sexual abuse at home. As reported in the New York Times an estimated 1.6 million juveniles run away from or are thrown out of their homes each year; over half are girls.
Part II: Trends in girls' crime
- Randall Shelden, Feb 19, 2013
As noted in Part I of this series, running away and sexual abuse are much more significant in the lives of girls than boys. Sexual abuse is particularly salient for girls and may well propel girls into behaviors such as running away from home or other status offenses. As already noted, girls are much more likely than boys to be the victims of childhood sexual abuse: it has been estimated that roughly 70 percent of the victims are female.
California judge finds boy guilty of murdering neo-Nazi father
- Jan 14, 2013
- California judge finds boy guilty of murdering neo-Nazi father KPCC Radio, January 14, 2013
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