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Delinquent peers revisited: Does network structure matter?
DL Haynie
American journal of sociology 106 (4), 1013-1057, 2001
13952001
Reconsidering peers and delinquency: How do peers matter?
DL Haynie, DW Osgood
Social forces 84 (2), 1109-1130, 2005
10722005
Friendship networks and delinquency: The relative nature of peer delinquency
DL Haynie
Journal of Quantitative criminology 18, 99-134, 2002
8152002
Student mobility and school dropout
SJ South, DL Haynie, S Bose
Social Science Research 36 (1), 68-94, 2007
4372007
Contexts of risk? Explaining the link between girls' pubertal development and their delinquency involvement
DL Haynie
Social Forces 82 (1), 355-397, 2003
3532003
Neighborhood characteristics, peer networks, and adolescent violence
DL Haynie, E Silver, B Teasdale
Journal of quantitative criminology 22, 147-169, 2006
3402006
Adolescent romantic relationships and delinquency involvement
DL Haynie, PC Giordano, WD Manning, MA Longmore
Criminology 43 (1), 177-210, 2005
3202005
Gender, structural disadvantage, and urban crime: Do macrosocial variables also explain female offending rates?
D Steffensmeier, D Haynie
Criminology 38 (2), 403-438, 2000
2582000
Adolescent sexual debut and later delinquency
S Armour, DL Haynie
Journal of youth and adolescence 36, 141-152, 2007
2302007
Intergenerational religious dynamics and adolescent delinquency
LD Pearce, DL Haynie
Social forces 82 (4), 1553-1572, 2004
2292004
Friendship networks of mobile adolescents
SJ South, DL Haynie
Social forces 83 (1), 315-350, 2004
2282004
Residential mobility and adolescent violence
DL Haynie, SJ South
Social forces 84 (1), 361-374, 2005
2232005
Exposure to violence in adolescence and precocious role exits
DL Haynie, RJ Petts, D Maimon, AR Piquero
Journal of youth and adolescence 38, 269-286, 2009
1942009
Pubertal development, social factors, and delinquency among adolescent boys
RB Felson, DL Haynie
Criminology 40 (4), 967-988, 2002
1922002
Gender, friendship networks, and delinquency: A dynamic network approach
DL Haynie, NJ Doogan, B Soller
Criminology 52 (4), 688-722, 2014
1702014
Pubertal development and physical victimization in adolescence
DL Haynie, AR Piquero
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 43 (1), 3-35, 2006
1662006
Dangerous liaisons? Dating and drinking diffusion in adolescent peer networks
DA Kreager, DL Haynie
American sociological review 76 (5), 737-763, 2011
1652011
Race, friendship networks, and violent delinquency
DL Haynie, DC Payne
Criminology 44 (4), 775-805, 2006
1592006
Where “old heads” prevail: Inmate hierarchy in a men’s prison unit
DA Kreager, JTN Young, DL Haynie, M Bouchard, DR Schaefer, G Zajac
American sociological review 82 (4), 685-718, 2017
1352017
The company you keep: Adolescent mobility and peer behavior
DL Haynie, SJ South, S Bose
Sociological inquiry 76 (3), 397-426, 2006
1352006
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