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Parental criminality and children’s family-life trajectories

It is well known that the behaviour of children is linked to that of their parents. This
intergenerational behavioural continuity also relates to deviant behaviours or non-normative relationships. For example, children of criminal parents are more likely to become criminals themselves (Farrington, Coid, & Murray, 2009; Thornberry, 2005) and parental divorce increases children’s own risk of divorce (Dronkers & Härkönen, 2008).



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