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A Rapid Evidence Assessment of the correlates of Criminal Social Identity (CSI)
The Integrated Psychosocial Model of Criminal Social Identity (IPM-CSI) explains the underlying reasons, i.e. risk factors, for the development of criminal social identity (CSI). Empirical research surrounding these risk factors is inconsistent in the measures and procedures used and the risk factors were mostly considered in isolation from one another. The main purpose of the paper was to review existing empirical studies elucidating correlates of CSI incorporated in the IPM-CSI and indicatedoi:10.24425/ppb.2019.126028 fatcat:tviilapnizhxpa46k75os4qd6a