Robert Agnew mainly focuses on Social psychology, General strain theory, Juvenile delinquency, Strain theory and Human factors and ergonomics. His Social psychology research focuses on Empirical research and how it connects with Cultural criminology, Crime prevention and Set. Many of his studies on General strain theory apply to Criminal behavior as well.
His Juvenile delinquency study contributes to a more complete understanding of Developmental psychology. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Strain theory, Social psychology, Anger and Differential association is strongly linked to Deviance. He interconnects Injury prevention and Suicide prevention in the investigation of issues within Human factors and ergonomics.
Robert Agnew spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Juvenile delinquency, General strain theory, Criminology and Developmental psychology. Robert Agnew combines Social psychology and Human factors and ergonomics in his studies. His work focuses on many connections between Human factors and ergonomics and other disciplines, such as Suicide prevention, that overlap with his field of interest in Injury prevention.
His research investigates the connection with Juvenile delinquency and areas like Social control which intersect with concerns in Autonomy. His studies deal with areas such as Stressor, Recidivism, Criminal behavior and Imprisonment as well as General strain theory. His Criminology study deals with Life course approach intersecting with Situational ethics.
His primary scientific interests are in Juvenile delinquency, General strain theory, Criminology, Social psychology and Developmental psychology. His Juvenile delinquency research includes themes of Coping, Anomie and Social control. The various areas that he examines in his General strain theory study include Stressor, Strain theory, Criminal behavior and Forensic engineering.
His Strain theory research includes elements of Anger, Aggression, Social control theory and Injustice. His work on Cultural criminology as part of general Criminology research is frequently linked to Miller, bridging the gap between disciplines. Robert Agnew studies Social psychology, focusing on Interpersonal communication in particular.
His scientific interests lie mostly in General strain theory, Juvenile delinquency, Criminology, Social psychology and Criminal behavior. His General strain theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Longitudinal sample and Stressor, Clinical psychology. The study of Juvenile delinquency is intertwined with the study of Coping in a number of ways.
His studies in Criminology integrate themes in fields like Social support, Social learning theory, Sensation seeking and Psychological resilience. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Resistance and Perception. The study incorporates disciplines such as Crime prevention and Coping behavior in addition to Criminal behavior.
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FOUNDATION FOR A GENERAL STRAIN THEORY OF CRIME AND DELINQUENCY
Building on the Foundation of General Strain Theory: Specifying the Types of Strain Most Likely to Lead to Crime and Delinquency:
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (2001)
Pressured into Crime: An Overview of General Strain Theory
A Revised Strain Theory of Delinquency
Social Forces (1985)
An Empirical Test of General Strain Theory
Robert Agnew;Helene Raskin White.
Gender and Crime: A General Strain Theory Perspective
Lisa Broidy;Robert Agnew.
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (1997)
STRAIN, PERSONALITY TRAITS, AND DELINQUENCY: EXTENDING GENERAL STRAIN THEORY
Robert Agnew;Timothy Brezina;John Paul Wright;Francis T. Cullen.
Criminological Theory: Past to Present: Essential Readings
Francis T. Cullen;Robert Agnew.
THE INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF PEER VARIABLES ON DELINQUENCY
A General Strain Theory of Community Differences in Crime Rates
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (1999)
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