The Effect of Stress and Violence Exposure on Youth Crime and Violence
The Effect of Stress and Violence Exposure on Youth Crime and Violence: In 2011, Koposov & Ruchkin published a research in which they investigated the relationship between exposure to community violence, psychopathology, and personality traits among the youths in Russia. In their research, the role of factors that influence the processing of traumatic events as personality were investigated. The study represented a part of an ongoing cross-cultural project that assessed the risk and protective factors for adjusting to adolescence. Surveys on the community sample would be administered to adolescents between 14 and 18 years in a large area North of European Russia.
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Depending on the present literature, this study suggests that future researchers conduct a multivariate analysis of violence and aggression among the youth whereby the influence of family, peers, depression, and media violence. Furthermore, the future research should correlate these variables to identify which predicts violent young adulthood, and make recommendations on possible mitigation measures for youth crime and delinquency.
Koposov, R. & Ruchkin. (2011). Exposure to Community Violence, Psychopathology, and Personality Traits in Russian Youth. Hindawi Publishing Corporation.