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2. What factors, events, personalities, processes, and catalysts inhibited the full and nonviolent development among these children and adolescents, and what policies, if any, can foster such development? 3. What are the implications of a traumatic event for revisiting past behavior, and what can health and hospital programs do, if anything, to encourage and support youth in such situations? The participants in this proposed research project were 20 racially and ethnically diverse young men and women, between the ages of 20 and 32 at the time of the study’s completion, leaders in two similar hospital/ rehabilitation and community-based violence intervention programs in Los Angeles, California and Boston, Massachusetts.

S. Department of Justice 1993, 5-6; FBI 1993). Substantial numbers of serious violent offenders emerge in adolescence without warning signs in childhood. A comprehensive community prevention strategy must address both onset patterns and ferret out their causes and risk factors. The differences in patterns of serious violence by age of onset and the relatively constant rates of individual offending have important implications for prevention and intervention programs. Early childhood programs that target at-risk children and families are critical for preventing the onset of a chronic violent career, but programs must also be developed to combat lateonset violence.

Exactly what to measure and which method is most appropriate for documentation remain the pivotal questions in this debate. According to one of the field’s early evaluators, answers to these questions are likely to emerge from the young program participants. Describing the evaluation of the Boston Project completed in 1990, Hausman stated that too much emphasis had been placed on getting a large amount of data on a large number of adolescents. What was sacrificed in this process “was getting some really good, qualitative information on a smaller number of kids” (Cohen and Wilson-Brewer 1991).

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