Adolescent Boys and Girls' Gendered Experience of Community Violence Exposure

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  1. Ines Izquierdo
  2. Isabel Martinez

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Abstract: Previous research shows that adolescent boys in urban settings report greater rates of community violence exposure (CVE) (Reingle, 2011), while adolescent girls encounter more harassment in their neighborhood (Camacho, 2018). Yet little is known about how girls and boys differ in their perception of CVE. The current study surveyed 537 diverse urban adolescents (M age = 15.6) from the Mi...

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