Are There Multiple Paths to Delinquency?

Denver Youth Survey, David Huizinga, Finn-Aage Esbensen, Anne Wylie Weiher
1991 Journal of criminal law & criminology  
Criminological research and theory generally proceed with the orientation, if not the assumption, that delinquency is the result of some series of events common to all delinquents. While some attention has been given to the concepts of typologies, multiple pathways, and different developmental sequences leading to different outcomes, rarely have these concepts been pursued empirically. This paper uses
doi:10.2307/1143790 fatcat:cbdr43yf7vfora2kzrdoojg5sa