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Diagnosing delinquency

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Robert L. Hamblin is professor of sociology at Washington University and research associate at the Social Science Institute. He is also director of research for the Planning Committee of the President’s Committee on Juvenile Delinquency for City of St. Louis. Author of numerous articles on such topics as aggression, leadership, and racial discrimination, he has just completed a book to be published by Bobbs-Merrill, Inc. this year,Aggressive Delinquency Among Negroes and Whites.

Mark Abrahamson is assistant professor of sociology at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He is currently completing a study of research scientists in industrial laboratories.

Robert L. Burgess, research associate ofTrans-action, is collaborating with the other two authors on a forthcoming book about juvenile delinquency stemming from the above research, and he is conducting laboratory experiments on group communication patterns.

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Hamblin, R.L., Abrahamson, M.J. & Burgess, R.L. Diagnosing delinquency. Trans-action 1, 10–15 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03182258

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Keywords

  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Sexual Conflict
  • White Girl
  • Negro Girl
  • Juvenile Crime