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It is reasonably well established that those who suffer physical abuse as children are more likely to be violent as adolescents and young adults. It is less well known, however, whether the effects of abuse are amplified or made weaker by the social circumstances in which a child lives.
Wright, E. (2014, January). The effect of experiencing child physical abuse on violence in adolescence is weakest in the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Criminological Highlights, 14(1). https://www.crimsl.utoronto.ca/research-publications/faculty-publications/criminological-highlights-vol-14-no-1-%E2%80%93-january-2014