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    • Applying differential association theory to online hate groups: a theoretical statement 

      Hawdon, James (Social and Economic Research Association of the Turku Universities, 2012)
      In this paper, I will consider how social media can nurture and encourage mass murder within a framework of one of the most prominent and widely supported criminological theories: differential association. I will briefly ...
    • Drug Use in Middle School: Assessing Attitudinal and Behavioral Predictors 

      Hawdon, James (Oklahoma State University, Oklaoma Sociology Association, and Sociology Consortium of Oklahoma, 2004)
      Generally speaking, theories of adolescent drug use emphasize either attitudinal variables, such as self-esteem or self-control, or behavioral variables, such as interactions with delinquent peers. This research uses ...