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Social integration and confidence in the police: a cross-national multi-level analysis
Building on the insight of Durkheim, the current study examines the hypothesis that cross-national proxies for social integration explain variation in confidence in the police across different countries. Combining six ...
The effects of life domains on cyberbullying and bullying: testing the generalizability of Agnew’s Integrated General Theory
In 2005, Robert Agnew published his book Why Criminals Offend in which he synthesized an array of theoretical predictors of crime and delinquency into a parsimonious integrated general theory. He argued that delinquency ...
Examining the links between general strain and control theories: an investigation of delinquency in South Korea
(Springer Nature, 2019-09)
In modifying general strain theory (GST), Agnew has accepted the control-related variables as conditioning variables to moderate or mediate the casual process through strain into delinquency. In this regard, this study ...
When do police stressors particularly predict organizational commitment? the moderating role of social resources
The current study uses data from 570 male police officers working in 16 substations in South Korea to examine the impact of job stressors (e.g., victimization, authoritative organizational culture, and perceptions of unfair ...