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John's father physically abuses him as a baby. John suffers many bruises, but it is never reported. (Kim et al., 2009).
Shut that baby up now or I'll make him!
Throughout John's childhood he suffers verbal and physical abuse from his father. This puts emotional strain on him, causing anger, resentment, and anxiety (Hay & Evans, 2006).
Get over here right now! You've been bad and need to be punished.
John acts out in class, defying authority. He is unable to maintain proper attention, he is hostile towards others, and he is aggressive in his violation of social rules (Ford et al., 2006; Cuevas et al., 2007).
I don't care what you say, I'll do what I want!
John's victimisation has uniquely detrimental effects due to it occurring during crucial developmental life stages (Reid & Sullivan, 2009).
John suffers from negative mental health problems as a result of parental maltreatment and bullying (Turner, Finkelhor & Ormond, 2007).
As John grew up he continued to defy authority. John's disruption in the classroom developed into committing violent and non-violent crime (Wong & Schonlau, 2013).
It looks like no one is home. I may as well take a look around!
As a result of his early victimisation, John has become a life course persistent offender. He is likely to spend the rest of his life within the criminal justice system (Chen, 2016).
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