Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review

, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp 21–55

Neighborhood Contextual Factors and Early-Starting Antisocial Pathways

  • Erin M. Ingoldsby
  • Daniel S. Shaw
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Abstract

This paper examines research investigating the effects of neighborhood context on the onset and persistence of early-starting antisocial pathways across middle and late childhood. The review begins by presenting theory and research mapping the early-starting developmental pathway. Next, sociologically and psychologically based investigations linking neighborhood context and early antisocial behavior are examined, in order to posit and evaluate the effects of community economic disadvantage, exposure to neighborhood violence, and involvement with neighborhood-based deviant peer groups on the development of antisocial behavior. It is suggested that middle childhood may represent a critical developmental period during which children are at heightened risk for neighborhood-based effects on antisocial behavior problems. Key methodological issues are addressed, and recommendations for future research integrating developmental pathways and neighborhood theory and research are advanced.

antisocial behavior neighborhood context neighborhood peer groups delinquency middle childhood 

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  • Erin M. Ingoldsby
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  • Daniel S. Shaw
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  1. 1.Department of PsychologyUniversity of PittsburghPittsburgh

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