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    Criminology

    Criminology

    2000, Vol.38                2010, Vol.48

    2001, Vol.39                2011, Vol.49

    2002, Vol.40                2012, Vol.50

    2003, Vol.41                2013, Vol.51

    2004, Vol.42                2014, Vol.52

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    Criminology, 2000, Vol.38

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    DAVID P. FARRINGTON

    EXPLAINING AND PREVENTING CRIME: THE GLOBALIZATION OF KNOWLEDGE THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 1999 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    No.1, February

    pp. 1- 24

    MARSHALL B. JONES, DONALD R. JONES

    THE CONTAGIOUS NATURE OF ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR

    No.1, February

    pp. 25- 46

    RONALD L. SIMONS, CHYI-IN WU, KUEI-HSIU LIN, LESLIE GORDON, RAND D. CONGER

    A CROSS-CULTURAL EXAMINATION OF THE LINK BETWEEN CORPORAL PUNISHMENT AND ADOLESCENT ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR

    No.1, February

    pp. 47- 80

    D. WAYNE OSGOOD, JEFF M. CHAMBERS

    SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION OUTSIDE THE METROPOLIS: AN ANALYSIS OF RURAL YOUTH VIOLENCE

    No.1, February

    pp. 81- 116

    JUKKA SAVOLAINEN

    RELATIVE COHORT SIZE AND AGE-SPECIFIC ARREST RATES: A CONDITIONAL INTERPRETATION OF THE EASTERLIN EFFECT

    No.1, February

    pp. 117- 136

    PAUL E. BELLAIR

    INFORMAL SURVEILLANCE AND STREET CRIME: A COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP

    No.1, February

    pp. 137- 170

    BRUCE A. JACOBS, VOLKAN TOPALLI, RICHARD WRIGHT

    MANAGING RETALIATION: DRUG ROBBERY AND INFORMAL SANCTION THREATS

    No.1, February

    pp. 171- 198

    TERRIE E. MOFFITT, ROBERT F. KRUEGER, AVSHALOM CASPI, JEFF FAGAN

    PARTNER ABUSE AND GENERAL CRIME: HOW ARE THEY THE SAME? HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT?

    No.1, February

    pp. 199- 232

    LIANNE J. WOODWARD, DAVID M. FERGUSSON

    CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENT PREDICTORS OF PHYSICAL ASSAULT: A PROSPECTIVE LONGITUDINAL STUDY

    No.1, February

    pp. 233- 262

    CHARLES CRAWFORD

    GENDER, RACE, AND HABITUAL OFFENDER SENTENCING IN FLORIDA

    No.1, February

    pp. 263- 280

    CASSIA SPOHN, DAVID HOLLERAN

    THE IMPRISONMENT PENALTY PAID BY YOUNG, UNEMPLOYED BLACK AND HISPANIC MALE OFFENDERS

    No.1, February

    pp. 281- 306

    STEPHEN D. MASTROFSKI, JEFFREY B. SNIPES, ROGER B. PARKS, CHRISTOPHER D. MAXWELL

    THE HELPING HAND OF THE LAW: POLICE CONTROL OF CITIZENS ON REQUEST

    No.2, May

    pp. 307- 342

    MALCOLM D. HOLMES

    MINORITY THREAT AND POLICE BRUTALITY: DETERMINANTS OF CIVIL RIGHTS CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS IN U.S. MUNICIPALITIES

    No.2, May

    pp. 343- 368

    MARJORIE S. ZATZ, EDWARDO L. PORTILLOS

    VOICES FROM THE BARRIO: CHICANO/A GANGS, FAMILIES, AND COMMUNITIES

    No.2, May

    pp. 369- 402

    DARRELL STEFFENSMEIER, DANA HAYNIE

    GENDER, STRUCTURAL DISADVANTAGE, AND URBAN CRIME: DO MACROSOCIAL VARIABLES ALSO EXPLAIN FEMALE OFFENDING RATES?

    No.2, May

    pp. 403- 438

    BRENDA SIMS BLACKWELL

    PERCEIVED SANCTION THREATS, GENDER, AND CRIME: A TEST AND ELABORATION OF POWER-CONTROL THEORY

    No.2, May

    pp. 439- 488

    WILLIAM R. SMITH, SHARON GLAVE FRAZEE, ELIZABETH L. DAVISON

    FURTHERING THE INTEGRATION OF ROUTINE ACTIVITY AND SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORIES: SMALL UNITS OF ANALYSIS AND THE STUDY OF STREET ROBBERY AS A DIFFUSION PROCESS

    No.2, May

    pp. 489- 524

    DAVID M. FERGUSSON, L. JOHN HORWOOD, DANIEL S. NAGIN

    OFFENDING TRAJECTORIES IN A NEW ZEALAND BIRTH COHORT

    No.2, May

    pp. 525- 552

    ROSS MACMILLAN

    ADOLESCENT VICTIMIZATION AND INCOME DEFICITS IN ADULTHOOD: RETHINKING THE COSTS OF CRIMINAL VIOLENCE FROM A LIFE-COURSE PERSPECTIVE

    No.2, May

    pp. 553- 588

    R. GREGORY DUNAWAY, FRANCIS T. CULLEN, VELMER S. BURTON JR., T. DAVID EVANS

    THE MYTH OF SOCIAL CLASS AND CRIME REVISITED: AN EXAMINATION OF CLASS AND ADULT CRIMINALITY

    No.2, May

    pp. 589- 632

    PIERRE TREMBLAY, CARLO MORSELLI

    PATTERNS IN CRIMINAL ACHIEVEMENT: WILSON AND ABRAHAMSE REVISITED

    No.2, May

    pp. 633- 657

    FRED C. PAMPEL, KIRK R. WILLIAMS

    INTIMACY AND HOMICIDE: COMPENSATING FOR MISSING DATA IN THE SHR

    No.2, May

    pp. 661- 680

    CANDACE KRUTTSCHNITT, ROSEMARY GARTNER, AMY MILLER

    DOING HER OWN TIME? WOMEN'S RESPONSES TO PRISON IN THE CONTEXT OF THE OLD AND THE NEW PENOLOGY

    No.3, August

    pp. 681- 718

    BRANDON K. APPLEGATE, FRANCIS T. CULLEN, BONNIE S. FISHER, THOMAS VANDER VEN

    FORGIVENESS AND FUNDAMENTALISM: RECONSIDERING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORRECTIONAL ATTITUDES AND RELIGION

    No.3, August

    pp. 719- 754

    TED CHIRICOS, KATHY PADGETT, MARC GERTZ

    FEAR, TV NEWS, AND THE REALITY OF CRIME

    No.3, August

    pp. 755- 786

    SHEILA ROYO MAXWELL, CHRISTOPHER D. MAXWELL

    EXAMINING THE CRIMINAL CAREERS OF PROSTITUTES WITHIN THE NEXUS OF DRUG USE, DRUG SELLING, AND OTHER ILLICIT ACTIVITIES

    No.3, August

    pp. 787- 810

    ALAN J. LIZOTTE, MARVIN D. KROHN, JAMES C. HOWELL, KIMBERLY TOBIN, GREGORY J. HOWARD

    FACTORS INFLUENCING GUN CARRYING AMONG YOUNG URBAN MALES OVER THE ADOLESCENT-YOUNG ADULT LIFE COURSE

    No.3, August

    pp. 811- 834

    CHRISTOPHER UGGEN

    CLASS, GENDER, AND ARREST: AN INTERGENERATIONAL ANALYSIS OF WORKPLACE POWER AND CONTROL

    No.3, August

    pp. 835- 862

    JOHN PAUL WRIGHT, FRANCIS T. CULLEN

    JUVENILE INVOLVEMENT IN OCCUPATIONAL DELINQUENCY

    No.3, August

    pp. 863- 896

    ALEX R. PIQUERO, RANDALL MacINTOSH, MATTHEW HICKMAN

    DOES SELF-CONTROL AFFECT SURVEY RESPONSE? APPLYING EXPLORATORY, CONFIRMATORY, AND ITEM RESPONSE THEORY ANALYSIS TO GRASMICK ET AL.'S SELF-CONTROL SCALE

    No.3, August

    pp. 897- 930

    TRAVIS C. PRATT, FRANCIS T. CULLEN

    THE EMPIRICAL STATUS OF GOTTFREDSON AND HIRSCHI'S GENERAL THEORY OF CRIME: A META-ANALYSIS

    No.3, August

    pp. 931- 964

    CHESTER L. BRITT

    COMMENT ON PATERNOSTER AND BRAME

    No.3, August

    pp. 965- 970

    RAYMOND PATERNOSTER, ROBERT BRAME

    ON THE ASSOCIATION AMONG SELF-CONTROL, CRIME, AND ANALOGOUS BEHAVIORS

    No.3, August

    pp. 971- 982

    DANIEL P. MEARS, SAMUEL H. FIELD

    THEORIZING SANCTIONING IN A CRIMINALIZED JUVENILE COURT

    No.4, November

    pp. 983- 1020

    JUKKA SAVOLAINEN

    INEQUALITY, WELFARE STATE, AND HOMICIDE: FURTHER SUPPORT FOR THE INSTITUTIONAL ANOMIE THEORY

    No.4, November

    pp. 1021- 1042

    ERIC SILVER

    EXTENDING SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY: A MULTILEVEL APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF VIOLENCE AMONG PERSONS WITH MENTAL ILLNESSES

    No.4, November

    pp. 1043- 1074

    ANTHONY WALSH

    BEHAVIOR GENETICS AND ANOMIE/ STRAIN THEORY

    No.4, November

    pp. 1075- 1108

    PER-OLOF H. WIKSTRءM, ROLF LOEBER

    DO DISADVANTAGED NEIGHBORHOODS CAUSE WELL-ADJUSTED CHILDREN TO BECOME ADOLESCENT DELINQUENTS? A STUDY OF MALE JUVENILE SERIOUS OFFENDING, INDIVIDUAL RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS, AND NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT

    No.4, November

    pp. 1109- 1142

    PAUL MAZEROLLE, ROBERT BRAME, RAY PATERNOSTER, ALEX PIQUERO, CHARLES DEAN

    ONSET AGE, PERSISTENCE, AND OFFENDING VERSATILITY: COMPARISONS ACROSS GENDER

    No.4, November

    pp. 1143- 1172

    MIN SIK LEE, JEFFERY T. ULMER

    FEAR OF CRIME AMONG KOREAN AMERICANS IN CHICAGO COMMUNITIES

    No.4, November

    pp. 1173- 1206

    RODNEY L. ENGEN, RANDY R. GAINEY

    MODELING THE EFFECTS OF LEGALLY RELEVANT AND EXTRALEGAL FACTORS UNDER SENTENCING GUIDELINES: THE RULES HAVE CHANGED

    No.4, November

    pp. 1207- 1230

    JEFFERY T. ULMER

    THE RULES HAVE CHANGED-SO PROCEED WITH CAUTION: A COMMENT ON ENGEN AND GAINEY'S METHOD FOR MODELING SENTENCING OUTCOMES UNDER GUIDELINES

    No.4, November

    pp. 1231- 1243

    RODNEY L. ENGEN, RANDY R. GAINEY

    CONCEPTUALIZING LEGALLY RELEVANT FACTORS UNDER GUIDELINES: A REPLY TO ULMER

    No.4, November

    pp. 1245- 1252

    G. DAVID CURRY

    SELF-REPORTED GANG INVOLVEMENT AND OFFICIALLY RECORDED DELINQUENCY

    No.4, November

    1253- 1274

    JOHN P. HOFFMANN, ROBERT A. JOHNSON

    MULTILEVEL INFLUENCES ON SCHOOL DISORDER: A COMMENT ON WELSH, GREENE, AND JENKINS

    No.4, November

    pp. 1275- 1288

    WAYNE N. WELSH, PATRICIA H. JENKINS, JACK R. GREENE

    CHALLENGES FOR MULTILEVEL MODELS OF SCHOOL DISORDER: RESPONSE TO HOFFMANN AND JOHNSON

    No.4, November

    pp. 1289- 1300

    Criminology, 2001, Vol.39

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    ROLAND CHILTON

    VIABLE POLICY: THE IMPACT OF FEDERAL FUNDING AND THE NEED FOR INDEPENDENT RESEARCH AGENDAS THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    No.1, February

    pp. 1- 8

    LISA M. BROIDY

    A TEST OF GENERAL STRAIN THEORY

    No.2, February

    pp. 9- 36

    CHARLES M. KATZ

    THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A POLICE GANG UNIT: AN EXAMINATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

    No.1, February

    pp. 37- 74

    BU HUANG, RICK KOSTERMAN, RICHARD F. CATALANO, J. DAVID HAWKINS, ROBERT D. ABBOTT

    MODELING MEDIATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENCE: A TEST OF THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT MODEL

    No.1, February

    pp. 75- 108

    SUNG JOON JANG, BYRON R. JOHNSON

    NEIGHBORHOOD DISORDER, INDIVIDUAL RELIGIOSITY, AND ADOLESCENT USE OF ILLICIT DRUGS: A TEST OF MULTILEVEL HYPOTHESES

    No.1, February

    pp. 109- 144

    DARRELL STEFFENSMEIER, STEPHEN DEMUTH

    ETHNICITY AND JUDGES' SENTENCING DECISIONS: HISPANIC-BLACK-WHITE COMPARISONS

    No.1, February

    pp. 145- 178

    TOMISLAV V. KOVANDZIC

    THE IMPACT OF FLORIDA'S HABITUAL OFFENDER LAW ON CRIME

    No.1, February

    pp. 179- 204

    HOWARD B. KAPLAN, GLEN C. TOLLE JR., TAKUJI YOSHIDA

    SUBSTANCE USE-INDUCED DIMINUTION OF VIOLENCE: A COUNTERVAILING EFFECT IN LONGITUDINAL PERSPECTIVE

    No.1, February

    pp. 205- 224

    ROBIN SHEPARD ENGEL, ERIC SILVER

    POLICING MENTALLY DISORDERED SUSPECTS: A REEXAMINATION OF THE CRIMINALIZATION HYPOTHESIS

    No.2, May

    pp. 225- 252

    ROBERT P. WEISS

    REPATRIATING LOW-WAGE WORK: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF PRISON LABOR REPRIVATIZATION IN THE POSTINDUSTRIAL UNITED STATES

    No.2, May

    pp. 253- 292

    FRED E. MARKOWITZ, PAUL E. BELLAIR, ALLEN E. LISKA, JIANHONG LIU

    EXTENDING SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY: MODELING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN COHESION, DISORDER, AND FEAR

    No.2, May

    pp. 293- 319

    BRADLEY R. ENTNER WRIGHT, AVSHALOM CASPI, TERRIE E. MOFFITT, PHIL A. SILVA

    THE EFFECTS OF SOCIAL TIES ON CRIME VARY BY CRIMINAL PROPENSITY: A LIFE-COURSE MODEL OF INTERDEPENDENCE

    No.2, May

    pp. 321- 348

    ALEX R. PIQUERO,TIMOTHY BREZINA

    TESTING MOFFITT'S ACCOUNT OF ADOLESCENCE-LIMITED DELINQUENCY

    No.2, May

    pp. 353- 370

    STEPHEN A. CERNKOVICH, PEGGY C. GIORDANO

    STABILITY AND CHANGE IN ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR: THE TRANSITION FROM ADOLESCENCE TO EARLY ADULTHOOD

    No.2, May

    pp. 371- 410

    DANA PETERSON, JODY MILLER, FINN-AAGE ESBENSEN

    THE IMPACT OF SEX COMPOSITION ON GANGS AND GANG MEMBER DELINQUENCY

    No.2, May

    pp. 411- 440

    SARA WILLOTT, CHRISTINE GRIFFIN, MARK TORRANCE

    SNAKES AND LADDERS: UPPER-MIDDLE CLASS MALE OFFENDERS TALK ABOUT ECONOMIC CRIME

    No.2, May

    pp. 441- 466

    THOMAS L. McNULTY

    ASSESSING THE RACE-VIOLENCE RELATIONSHIP AT THE MACRO LEVEL: THE ASSUMPTION OF RACIAL INVARIANCE AND THE PROBLEM OF RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTIONS

    No.2, May

    pp. 467- 490

    SHAWN D. BUSHWAY, ALEX R. PIQUERO, LISA M. BROIDY, ELIZABETH CAUFFMAN, PAUL MAZEROLLE

    AN EMPIRICAL FRAMEWORK FOR STUDYING DESISTANCE AS A PROCESS

    No.2, May

    pp. 491- 516

    JEFFREY D. MORENOFF, ROBERT J. SAMPSON, STEPHEN W. RAUDENBUSH

    NEIGHBORHOOD INEQUALITY, COLLECTIVE EFFICACY, AND THE SPATIAL DYNAMICS OF URBAN VIOLENCE

    No.3, August

    pp. 517- 558

    ROBERT D. BALLER, LUC ANSELIN, STEVEN F. MESSNER, GLENN DEANE, DARNELL F. HAWKINS

    STRUCTURAL COVARIATES OF U.S. COUNTY HOMICIDE RATES: INCORPORATING SPATIAL EFFECTS

    No.3, August

    pp. 561- 588

    STEVEN F. MESSNER, LAWRENCE E. RAFFALOVICH, RICHARD McMILLAN

    ECONOMIC DEPRIVATION AND CHANGES IN HOMICIDE ARREST RATES FOR WHITE AND BLACK YOUTHS, 1967 1998: A NATIONAL TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS

    No.3, August

    pp. 591- 614

    DAVID F. GREENBERG, VALERIE WEST

    STATE PRISON POPULATIONS AND THEIR GROWTH, 1971 1991

    No.3, August

    pp. 615- 654

    RICHARD B. FELSON, JEFF ACKERMAN

    ARREST FOR DOMESTIC AND OTHER ASSAULTS

    No.3, August

    pp. 655- 676

    JOHN PAUL WRIGHT, FRANCIS T. CULLEN

    PARENTAL EFFICACY AND DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR: DO CONTROL AND SUPPORT MATTER?

    No.3, August

    pp. 677- 706

    CARTER HAY

    PARENTING, SELF-CONTROL, AND DELINQUENCY: A TEST OF SELF-CONTROL THEORY

    No.3, August

    pp. 707- 736

    ANDY HOCHSTETLER

    OPPORTUNITIES AND DECISIONS: INTERACTIONAL DYNAMICS IN ROBBERY AND BURGLARY GROUPS

    No.3, August

    pp. 737- 764

    JOSHUA D. MILLER, DONALD LYNAM

    STRUCTURAL MODELS OF PERSONALITY AND THEIR RELATION TO ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR: A META-ANALYTIC REVIEW

    No.4, November

    pp. 765- 798

    STACY DE COSTER, KAREN HEIMER

    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAW VIOLATION AND DEPRESSION: AN INTERACTIONS ANALYSIS

    No.4, November

    pp. 799- 836

    MARIA B. VELEZ

    THE ROLE OF PUBLIC SOCIAL CONTROL IN URBAN NEIGHBORHOODS: A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS OF VICTIMIZATION RISK

    No.4, November

    pp. 837- 864

    DANIEL S. NAGIN, GREG POGARSKY

    INTEGRATING CELERITY, IMPULSIVITY, AND EXTRALEGAL SANCTION THREATS INTO A MODEL OF GENERAL DETERRENCE: THEORY AND EVIDENCE

    No.4, November

    pp. 865- 892

    JEAN BOTTCHER

    SOCIAL PRACTICES OF GENDER: HOW GENDER RELATES TO DELINQUENCY IN THE EVERYDAY LIVES OF HIGH-RISK YOUTHS

    No.4, November

    pp. 893- 932

    GRAHAM C. OUSEY, MICHELLE CAMPBELL AUGUSTINE

    YOUNG GUNS: EXAMINING ALTERNATIVE EXPLANATIONS OF JUVENILE FIREARM HOMICIDE RATES

    No.4, November

    pp. 933- 968

    JENNIFER SCHWARTZ, JEFF ACKERMAN

    IN SEARCH OF A DEPENDENT VARIABLE: COMMENT ON AVAKAME, 1998

    No.4, November

    pp. 969- 980

    Criminology, 2002, Vol.40

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    C. RONALD HUFF

    WRONGFUL CONVICTION AND PUBLIC POLICY: THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2001 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    No.1, February

    pp. 1- 18

    MARK COLVIN, FRANCIS T. CULLEN, THOMAS VANDER VEN

    COERCION, SOCIAL SUPPORT, AND CRIME: AN EMERGING THEORETICAL CONSENSUS

    No.1, February

    pp. 19- 42

    ROBERT AGNEW, TIMOTHY BREZINA, JOHN PAUL WRIGHT, FRANCIS T. CULLEN

    STRAIN, PERSONALITY TRAITS, AND DELINQUENCY: EXTENDING GENERAL STRAIN THEORY

    No.1, February

    pp. 43- 72

    GRAHAM C. OUSEY, MATTHEW R. LEE

    EXAMINING THE CONDITIONAL NATURE OF THE ILLICIT DRUG MARKET-HOMICIDE RELATIONSHIP: A PARTIAL TEST OF THE THEORY OF CONTINGENT CAUSATION

    No.1, February

    pp. 73- 102

    CESAR J. REBELLON

    RECONSIDERING THE BROKEN HOMES/DELINQUENCY RELATIONSHIP AND EXPLORING ITS MEDIATING MECHANISM(S)

    No.1, February

    pp. 103- 136

    ALEX R. PIQUERO, ROBERT BRAME, PAUL MAZEROLLE, RUDY HAAPANEN

    CRIME IN EMERGING ADULTHOOD

    No.1, February

    pp. 137- 170

    ROBERT J. KAMINSKI, THOMAS B. MARVELL

    A COMPARISON OF CHANGES IN POLICE AND GENERAL HOMICIDES: 1930 1998

    No.1, February

    pp. 171- 190

    ERIC SILVER

    MENTAL DISORDER AND VIOLENT VICTIMIZATION: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF INVOLVEMENT IN CONFLICTED SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS

    No.1, February

    pp. 191- 212

    ROBERT J. SAMPSON

    TRANSCENDING TRADITION: NEW DIRECTIONS IN COMMUNITY RESEARCH, CHICAGO STYLE

    No.2, May

    pp. 213- 230

    JOHN HAGAN, SCOTT GREER

    MAKING WAR CRIMINAL

    No.2, May

    pp. 231- 264

    WILLIAM WELLS, JULIE HORNEY

    WEAPON EFFECTS AND INDIVIDUAL INTENT TO DO HARM: INFLUENCES ON THE ESCALATION OF VIOLENCE

    No.2, May

    pp. 265- 296

    BARBARA A. KOONS-WITT

    THE EFFECT OF GENDER ON THE DECISION TO INCARCERATE BEFORE AND AFTER THE INTRODUCTION OF SENTENCING GUIDELINES

    No.2, May

    pp. 297- 328

    CASSIA SPOHN, DAVID HOLLERAN

    THE EFFECT OF IMPRISONMENT ON RECIDIVISM RATES OF FELONY OFFENDERS: A FOCUS ON DRUG OFFENDERS

    No.2, May

    pp. 329- 358

    TIMOTHY O. IRELAND, CAROLYN A. SMITH, TERENCE P. THORNBERRY

    DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES IN THE IMPACT OF CHILD MALTREATMENT ON LATER DELINQUENCY AND DRUG USE

    No.2, May

    pp. 359- 400

    RONALD L. SIMONS, ERIC STEWART, LESLIE C. GORDON, RAND D. CONGER, GLEN H. ELDER Jr.

    A TEST OF LIFE-COURSE EXPLANATIONS FOR STABILITY AND CHANGE IN ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR FROM ADOLESCENCE TO YOUNG ADULTHOOD

    No.2, May

    pp. 401- 434

    RONALD WEITZER, STEVEN A. TUCH

    PERCEPTIONS OF RACIAL PROFILING: RACE, CLASS, AND PERSONAL EXPERIENCE

    No.2, May

    pp. 435- 456

    STEVEN F. MESSNER, GLENN DEANE, MARK BEAULIEU

    A LOG-MULTIPLICATIVE ASSOCIATION MODEL FOR ALLOCATING HOMICIDES WITH UNKNOWN VICTIM-OFFENDER RELATIONSHIPS

    No.2, May

    pp. 457- 480

    EMILY GAARDER, JOANNE BELKNAP

    TENUOUS BORDERS: GIRLS TRANSFERRED TO ADULT COURT

    No.3, August

    pp. 481- 517

    STEPHEN D. MASTROFSKI, MICHAEL D. REISIG, JOHN D. McCLUSKEY

    POLICE DISRESPECT TOWARD THE PUBLIC: AN ENCOUNTER-BASED ANALYSIS

    No.3, August

    pp. 519- 552

    RODNEY F. KINGSNORTH, RANDALL C. MacINTOSH, SANDRA SUTHERLAND

    CRIMINAL CHARGE OR PROBATION VIOLATION? PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH IN CRIMINAL COURT PROCESSING

    No.3, August

    pp. 553- 578

    ERIC P. BAUMER

    NEIGHBORHOOD DISADVANTAGE AND POLICE NOTIFICATION BY VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE

    No.3, August

    pp. 579- 616

    RICHARD B. FELSON, STEVEN F. MESSNER, ANTHONY W. HOSKIN, GLENN DEANE

    REASONS FOR REPORTING AND NOT REPORTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TO THE POLICE

    No.3, August

    pp. 617- 648

    GARY KLECK, TED CHIRICOS

    UNEMPLOYMENT AND PROPERTY CRIME: A TARGET-SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT OF OPPORTUNITY AND MOTIVATION AS MEDIATING FACTORS

    No.3, August

    pp. 649- 680

    JOHN WOOLDREDGE

    EXAMINING THE (IR)RELEVANCE OF AGGREGATION BIAS FOR MULTILEVEL STUDIES OF NEIGHBORHOODS AND CRIME WITH AN EXAMPLE COMPARING CENSUS TRACTS TO OFFICIAL NEIGHBORHOODS IN CINCINNATI

    No.3, August

    pp. 681- 710

    DAVID McDOWALL

    TESTS OF NONLINEAR DYNAMICS IN U.S. HOMICIDE TIME SERIES, AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

    No.3, August

    pp. 711- 736

    SHELDON ZHANG, KO-LIN CHIN

    ENTER THE DRAGON: INSIDE CHINESE HUMAN SMUGGLING ORGANIZATIONS

    No.4, November

    pp. 737- 768

    GARY La FREE, KRISS A. DRASS

    COUNTING CRIME BOOMS AMONG NATIONS: EVIDENCE FOR HOMICIDE VICTIMIZATION RATES, 1956 TO 1998

    No.4, November

    pp. 769- 800

    ERIC A. STEWART, RONALD L. SIMONS, RAND D. CONGER

    ASSESSING NEIGHBORHOOD AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON CHILDHOOD VIOLENCE IN AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN SAMPLE

    No.4, November

    pp. 801- 830

    BILL McCARTHY, JOHN HAGAN, MONICA J. MARTIN

    IN AND OUT OF HARM'S WAY: VIOLENT VICTIMIZATION AND THE SOCIAL CAPITAL OF FICTIVE STREET FAMILIES

    No.4, November

    pp. 831- 866

    ROBERT J. KANE

    THE SOCIAL ECOLOGY OF POLICE MISCONDUCT

    No.4, November

    pp. 867- 896

    JOHN H. KRAMER, JEFFERY T. ULMER

    DOWNWARD DEPARTURES FOR SERIOUS VIOLENT OFFENDERS: LOCAL COURT CORRECTIONS TO PENNSYLVANIA'S SENTENCING GUIDELINES

    No.4, November

    pp. 897- 932

    M. LYN EXUM

    THE APPLICATION AND ROBUSTNESS OF THE RATIONAL CHOICE PERSPECTIVE IN THE STUDY OF INTOXICATED AND ANGRY INTENTIONS TO AGGRESS

    No.4, November

    pp. 933- 966

    RICHARD B. FELSON, DANA L. HAYNIE

    PUBERTAL DEVELOPMENT, SOCIAL FACTORS, AND DELINQUENCY AMONG ADOLESCENT BOYS

    No.4, November

    pp. 967- 988

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    LAWRENCE W. SHERMAN

    REASON FOR EMOTION: REINVENTING JUSTICE WITH THEORIES, INNOVATIONS, AND RESEARCH THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2002 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    No.1, February

    pp. 1- 38

    ERIC BAUMER, JULIE HORNEY, RICHARD FELSON, JANET L. LAURITSEN

    NEIGHBORHOOD DISADVANTAGE AND THE NATURE OF VIOLENCE

    No.1, February

    pp. 39- 72

    BARBARA D. WARNER

    THE ROLE OF ATTENUATED CULTURE IN SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY

    No.1, February

    pp. 73- 98

    RODNEY L. ENGEN, RANDY R. GAINEY, ROBERT D. CRUTCHFIELD, JOSEPH G. WEIS

    DISCRETION AND DISPARITY UNDER SENTENCING GUIDELINES: THE ROLE OF DEPARTURES AND STRUCTURED SENTENCING ALTERNATIVES

    No.1, February

    pp. 99- 130

    ROBIN SHEPARD ENGEL, ROBERT E. WORDEN

    POLICE OFFICERS' ATTITUDES, BEHAVIOR, AND SUPERVISORY INFLUENCES: AN ANALYSIS OF PROBLEM SOLVING

    No.1, February

    pp. 131- 166

    DANIEL S. NAGIN, GREG POGARSKY

    AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF DETERRENCE: CHEATING, SELF-SERVING BIAS, AND IMPULSIVITY

    No.1, February

    pp. 167- 194

    RICHARD J. LUNDMAN, ROBERT L. KAUFMAN

    DRIVING WHILE BLACK: EFFECTS OF RACE, ETHNICITY, AND GENDER ON CITIZEN SELF-REPORTS OF TRAFFIC STOPS AND POLICE ACTIONS

    No.1, February

    pp. 195- 220

    DAVID P. FARRINGTON

    DEVELOPMENTAL AND LIFE-COURSE CRIMINOLOGY: KEY THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL ISSUES-THE 2002 SUTHERLAND AWARD ADDRESS

    No.2, May

    pp. 221- 225

    JACQUELINE COHEN, WILPEN GORR, PIYUSHA SINGH

    ESTIMATING INTERVENTION EFFECTS IN VARYING RISK SETTINGS: DO POLICE RAIDS REDUCE ILLEGAL DRUG DEALING AT NUISANCE BARS?

    No.2, May

    pp. 257- 292

    PEGGY C. GIORDANO, STEPHEN A. CERNKOVICH, DONNA D. HOLLAND

    CHANGES IN FRIENDSHIP RELATIONS OVER THE LIFE COURSE: IMPLICATIONS FOR DESISTANCE FROM CRIME

    No.2, May

    pp. 293- 328

    SAMANTHA JEFFRIES, GARTH J.O. FLETCHER, GREG NEWBOLD

    PATHWAYS TO SEX-BASED DIFFERENTIATION IN CRIMINAL COURT SENTENCING

    No.2, May

    pp. 329- 354

    DANA L. HAYNIE, SUZANNE McHUGH

    SIBLING DEVIANCE: IN THE SHADOWS OF MUTUAL AND UNIQUE FRIENDSHIP EFFECTS?

    No.2, May

    pp. 355- 392

    JOHN WOOLDREDGE, AMY THISTLETHWAITE

    NEIGHBORHOOD STRUCTURE AND RACE-SPECIFIC RATES OF INTIMATE ASSAULT

    No.2, May

    pp. 393- 422

    SHAWN D. BUSHWAY, RAYMOND PATERNOSTER, ROBERT BRAME

    EXAMINING THE PREVALENCE OF CRIMINAL DESISTANCE

    No.2, May

    pp. 423- 448

    BRIAN D. JOHNSON

    RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARITIES IN SENTENCING DEPARTURES ACROSS MODES OF CONVICTION

    No.2, May

    pp. 449- 490

    LEANA ALLEN BOUFFARD

    EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MILITARY SERVICE AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR DURING THE VIETNAM ERA: A RESEARCH NOTE

    No.2, May

    pp. 491- 510

    ROBERT R. FAULKNER, ERIC R. CHENEY, GENE A. FISHER, WAYNE E. BAKER

    CRIME BY COMMITTEE: CONSPIRATORS AND COMPANY MEN IN THE ILLEGAL ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY CARTEL, 1954 1959

    No.2, May

    pp. 511- 554

    ROBERT J. SAMPSON, JOHN H. LAUB

    LIFE-COURSE DESISTERS? TRAJECTORIES OF CRIME AMONG DELINQUENT BOYS FOLLOWED TO AGE 70

    No.3, August

    pp. 555- 592

    ANDREA G. DONKER, WILMA H. SMEENK, PETER H. van der LAAN, FRANK C. VERHULST

    INDIVIDUAL STABILITY OF ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR FROM CHILDHOOD TO ADULTHOOD: TESTING THE STABILITY POSTULATE OF MOFFITT'S DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY

    No.3, August

    pp. 593- 609

    TRAVIS C. PRATT, TIMOTHY W. GODSEY

    SOCIAL SUPPORT, INEQUALITY, AND HOMICIDE: A CROSS-NATIONAL TEST OF AN INTEGRATED THEORETICAL MODEL

    No.3, August

    pp. 611- 644

    MARحA B. VةLEZ, LAUREN J. KRIVO, RUTH D. PETERSON

    STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY AND HOMICIDE: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE BLACK-WHITE GAP IN KILLINGS

    No.3, August

    pp. 645- 672

    SCOTT PHILLIPS

    THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF VENGEANCE: A TEST OF BLACK'S MODEL

    No.3, August

    pp. 673- 708

    THOMAS L. McNULTY, PAUL E. BELLAIR

    EXPLAINING RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIFFERENCES IN SERIOUS ADOLESCENT VIOLENT BEHAVIOR

    No.3, August

    pp. 709- 747

    ALLISON ANN PAYNE, DENISE C. GOTTFREDSON, GARY D. GOTTFREDSON

    SCHOOLS AS COMMUNITIES: THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG COMMUNAL SCHOOL ORGANIZATION, STUDENT BONDING, AND SCHOOL DISORDER

    No.3, August

    pp. 749- 778

    IRENE CARVALHO, DAN A. LEWIS

    BEYOND COMMUNITY: REACTIONS TO CRIME AND DISORDER AMONG INNER-CITY RESIDENTS

    No.3, August

    pp. 779- 812

    CHRISTOPHER W. MULLINS, RICHARD WRIGHT

    GENDER, SOCIAL NETWORKS, AND RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY

    No.3, August

    pp. 813- 840

    ERIC P. BAUMER, RICHARD B. FELSON, STEVEN F. MESSNER

    CHANGES IN POLICE NOTIFICATION FOR RAPE, 1973 2000

    No.3, August

    pp. 841- 870

    STEPHEN DEMUTH

    RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIFFERENCES IN PRETRIAL RELEASE DECISIONS AND OUTCOMES: A COMPARISON OF HISPANIC, BLACK, AND WHITE FELONY ARRESTEES

    No.3, August

    pp. 873- 908

    RICHARD SPANO

    CONCERNS ABOUT SAFETY, OBSERVER SEX, AND THE DECISION TO ARREST: EVIDENCE OF REACTIVITY IN A LARGE-SCALE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF POLICE

    No.3, August

    pp. 909- 932

    DAVID P. FARRINGTON, DARRICK JOLLIFFE, J. DAVID HAWKINS, RICHARD F. CATALANO, KARL G. HILL, RICK KOSTERMAN

    COMPARING DELINQUENCY CAREERS IN COURT RECORDS AND SELF-REPORTS

    No.3, August

    pp. 933- 958

    LAURA DUGAN, ROBERT APEL

    AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF THE VIOLENT VICTIMIZATION OF WOMEN: RACE/ETHNICITY AND SITUATIONAL CONTEXT

    No.3, August

    pp. 959- 980

    WIM BERNASCO, FLOOR LUYKX

    EFFECTS OF ATTRACTIVENESS, OPPORTUNITY AND ACCESSIBILITY TO BURGLARS ON RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY RATES OF URBAN NEIGHBORHOODS

    No.3, August

    pp. 981- 1002

    WILLIAM TERRILL, EUGENE A. PAOLINE III, PETER K. MANNING

    POLICE CULTURE AND COERCION

    No.4, November

    pp. 1003- 1034

    BRAD W. SMITH, MALCOLM D. HOLMES

    COMMUNITY ACCOUNTABILITY, MINORITY THREAT, AND POLICE BRUTALITY: AN EXAMINATION OF CIVIL RIGHTS CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS

    No.4, November

    pp. 1035- 1064

    RENEE ZAUBERMAN, RENE LEVY

    POLICE, MINORITIES, AND THE FRENCH REPUBLICAN IDEAL

    No.4, November

    pp. 1065- 1100

    THOMAS D. STUCKY

    LOCAL POLITICS AND VIOLENT CRIME IN U.S. CITIES

    No.4, November

    pp. 1101- 1136

    MICHAEL O. MAUME, MATTHEW R. LEE

    SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND VIOLENCE: A SUB-NATIONAL TEST OF INSTITUTIONAL ANOMIE THEORY

    No.4, November

    pp. 1137- 1172

    WAYNE E. BAKER, ROBERT R. FAULKNER

    DIFFUSION OF FRAUD: INTERMEDIATE ECONOMIC CRIME AND INVESTOR DYNAMICS

    No.4, November

    pp. 1173- 1206

    JODY MILLER, NORMAN A. WHITE

    GENDER AND ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE: A CONTEXTUAL EXAMINATION

    No.4, November

    pp. 1207- 1248

    GREG POGARSKY, ALAN J. LIZOTTE, TERENCE P. THORNBERRY

    THE DELINQUENCY OF CHILDREN BORN TO YOUNG MOTHERS: RESULTS FROM THE ROCHESTER YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STUDY

    No.4, November

    pp. 1249- 1286

    JءN GUNNAR BERNBURG, MARVIN D. KROHN

    LABELING, LIFE CHANCES, AND ADULT CRIME: THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT EFFECTS OF OFFICIAL INTERVENTION IN ADOLESCENCE ON CRIME IN EARLY ADULTHOOD

    No.4, November

    pp. 1287- 1318

    DEAN G. ROJEK, JAMES E. COVERDILL, STUART W. FORS

    THE EFFECT OF VICTIM IMPACT PANELS ON DUI REARREST RATES: A FIVE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP

    No.4, November

    pp. 1319- 1340

    CHAD S. BRIGGS, JODY L. SUNDT, THOMAS C. CASTELLANO

    THE EFFECT OF SUPERMAXIMUM SECURITY PRISONS ON AGGREGATE LEVELS OF INSTITUTIONAL VIOLENCE

    No.4, November

    pp. 1341- 1376

    MARK COONEY

    THE PRIVATIZATION OF VIOLENCE

    No.4, November

    pp. 1377- 1406

    DAVID F. GREENBERG

    LONG-TERM TRENDS IN CRIMES OF VIOLENCE (COMMENT ON COONEY, 2003)

    No.4, November

    pp. 1407- 1418

    MARK COONEY

    MISSING THE MARK: REFLECTIONS ON GREENBERG'S COMMENT

    No.4, November

    pp. 1419- 1426

    LANCE HANNON, PETER KNAPP

    REASSESSING NONLINEARITY IN THE URBAN DISADVANTAGE/VIOLENT CRIME RELATIONSHIP: AN EXAMPLE OF METHODOLOGICAL BIAS FROM LOG TRANSFORMATION

    No.4, November

    pp. 1427- 1448

    CELESTA A. ALBONETTI

    MODEL MISSPECIFICATION: WHY AGGREGATION OF OFFENSES IN FEDERAL SENTENCING EQUATIONS IS PROBLEMATIC

    No.4, November

    pp. 1449- 1456

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    JOHN H. LAUB

    THE LIFE COURSE OF CRIMINOLOGY IN THE UNITED STATES: THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2003 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    No.1, February

    pp. 1- 26

    PHILIP J. COOK, JENS LUDWIG

    DOES GUN PREVALENCE AFFECT TEEN GUN CARRYING AFTER ALL?

    No.1, February

    pp. 27- 54

    RACHEL A. GORDON, BENJAMIN B. LAHEY, ERIKO KAWAI, ROLF LOEBER, MAGDA STOUTHAMER-LOEBER, DAVID P. FARRINGTON

    ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND YOUTH GANG MEMBERSHIP: SELECTION AND SOCIALIZATION

    No.1, February

    pp. 55- 88

    MARK A. COHEN, ROLAND T. RUST, SARA STEEN, SIMON T. TIDD

    WILLINGNESS-TO-PAY FOR CRIME CONTROL PROGRAMS

    No.1, February

    pp. 89- 110

    GREG POGARSKY

    PROJECTED OFFENDING AND CONTEMPORANEOUS RULE-VIOLATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR HETEROTYPIC CONTINUITY

    No.1, February

    pp. 111- 136

    JEFFERY T. ULMER, BRIAN JOHNSON

    SENTENCING IN CONTEXT: A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS

    No.1, February

    pp. 137- 178

    AKI ROBERTS, GARY LAFREE

    EXPLAINING JAPAN'S POSTWAR VIOLENT CRIME TRENDS

    No.1, February

    pp. 179- 210

    DAVID HOLLERAN, CASSIA SPOHN

    ON THE USE OF THE TOTAL INCARCERATION VARIABLE IN SENTENCING RESEARCH

    No.1, February

    pp. 211- 240

    WILLIAM CHAMBLISS

    ON THE SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR

    No.2, May

    pp. 241- 252

    TOM R. TYLER, CHERYL J. WAKSLAK

    PROFILING AND POLICE LEGITIMACY: PROCEDURAL JUSTICE, ATTRIBUTIONS OF MOTIVE, AND ACCEPTANCE OF POLICE AUTHORITY

    No.2, May

    pp. 253- 282

    DAVID WEISBURD, SHAWN BUSHWAY, CYNTHIA LUM, SUE-MING YANG

    TRAJECTORIES OF CRIME AT PLACES: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF STREET SEGMENTS IN THE CITY OF SEATTLE

    No.2, May

    pp. 283- 322

    JANET L. LAURITSEN, ROBIN J. SCHAUM

    THE SOCIAL ECOLOGY OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

    No.2, May

    pp. 323- 357

    TED CHIRICOS, KELLY WELCH, MARC GERTZ

    RACIAL TYPIFICATION OF CRIME AND SUPPORT FOR PUNITIVE MEASURES

    No.2, May

    pp. 358- 390

    RONALD WEITZER, STEVEN A. TUCH

    REFORMING THE POLICE: RACIAL DIFFERENCES IN PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR CHANGE

    No.2, May

    pp. 391- 416

    JOHN WOOLDREDGE, AMY THISTLETHWAITE

    BILEVEL DISPARITIES IN COURT DISPOSITIONS FOR INTIMATE ASSAULT

    No.2, May

    pp. 417- 456

    STEPHEN W. BARON

    GENERAL STRAIN, STREET YOUTH AND CRIME: A TEST OF AGNEW'S REVISED THEORY

    No.2, May

    pp. 457- 484

    MEGAN C. KURLYCHEK, BRIAN D. JOHNSON

    THE JUVENILE PENALTY: A COMPARISON OF JUVENILE AND YOUNG ADULT SENTENCING OUTCOMES IN CRIMINAL COURT

    No.2, May

    pp. 485- 515

    D. WAYNE OSGOOD, AMY L. ANDERSON

    UNSTRUCTURED SOCIALIZING AND RATES OF DELINQUENCY

    No.3, August

    pp. 519- 550

    ERIC SILVER, LISA L. MILLER

    SOURCES OF INFORMAL SOCIAL CONTROL IN CHICAGO NEIGHBORHOODS

    No.3, August

    pp. 551- 584

    STEVEN F. MESSNER, SUZANNE MCHUGH, RICHARD B. FELSON

    DISTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF ASSAULTS MOTIVATED BY BIAS

    No.3, August

    pp. 585- 618

    KAREN F. PARKER

    INDUSTRIAL SHIFT, POLARIZED LABOR MARKETS AND URBAN VIOLENCE: MODELING THE DYNAMICS BETWEEN THE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION AND DISAGGREGATED HOMICIDE

    No.3, August

    pp. 619- 646

    TIM WADSWORTH, CHARIS E. KUBRIN

    STRUCTURAL FACTORS AND BLACK INTERRACIAL HOMICIDE: A NEW EXAMINATION OF THE CAUSAL PROCESS

    No.3, August

    pp. 647- 672

    LISA STOLZENBERG, STEWART J. D'ALESSIO, DAVID EITLE

    A MULTILEVEL TEST OF RACIAL THREAT THEORY

    No.3, August

    pp. 673- 698

    ALEX R. PIQUERO, ZENTA GOMEZ-SMITH, LYNN LANGTON

    DISCERNING UNFAIRNESS WHERE OTHERS MAY NOT: LOW SELF-CONTROL AND UNFAIR SANCTION PERCEPTIONS

    No.3, August

    pp. 699- 734

    NICOLE RAFTER

    EARNEST A. HOOTON AND THE BIOLOGICAL TRADITION IN AMERICAN CRIMINOLOGY

    No.3, August

    pp. 735- 772

    CARLO MORSELLI, PIERRE TREMBLAY

    CRIMINAL ACHIEVEMENT, OFFENDER NETWORKS AND THE BENEFITS OF LOW SELF-CONTROL

    No.3, August

    pp. 773- 804

    BILL MCCARTHY, DIANE FELMLEE, JOHN HAGAN

    GIRL FRIENDS ARE BETTER: GENDER, FRIENDS, AND CRIME AMONG SCHOOL AND STREET YOUTH

    No.4, November

    pp. 805- 836

    RICHARD B. FELSON, KERI B. BURCHFIELD

    ALCOHOL AND THE RISK OF PHYSICAL AND SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMIZATION

    No.4, November

    pp. 837- 860

    JONGYEON TARK, GARY KLECK

    RESISTING CRIME: THE EFFECTS OF VICTIM ACTION ON THE OUTCOMES OF CRIMES

    No.4, November

    pp. 861- 910

    CHRISTOPHER W. MULLINS, RICHARD WRIGHT, BRUCE A. JACOBS

    GENDER, STREETLIFE AND CRIMINAL RETALIATION

    No.4, November

    pp. 911- 940

    ELIZABETH GRIFFITHS, JORGE M. CHAVEZ

    COMMUNITIES, STREET GUNS AND HOMICIDE TRAJECTORIES IN CHICAGO, 1980 1995: MERGING METHODS FOR EXAMINING HOMICIDE TRENDS ACROSS SPACE AND TIME

    No.4, November

    pp. 941- 978

    NICOLE RAFTER

    THE UNREPENTANT HORSE-SLASHER: MORAL INSANITY AND THE ORIGINS OF CRIMINOLOGICAL THOUGHT

    No.4, November

    pp. 979- 1008

    JOACHIM J. SAVELSBERG, SARAH M. FLOOD

    CRIMINOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE: PERIOD AND COHORT EFFECTS IN SCHOLARSHIP

    No.4, November

    pp. 1009- 1042

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    FRANCIS T. CULLEN

    THE TWELVE PEOPLE WHO SAVED REHABILITATION: HOW THE SCIENCE OF CRIMINOLOGY MADE A DIFFERENCE : THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2004 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS*

    No.1, February

    pp. 1- 42

    LORINE A. HUGHES, JAMES F. SHORT JR.

    DISPUTES INVOLVING YOUTH STREET GANG MEMBERS: MICRO-SOCIAL CONTEXTS

    No.1, February

    pp. 43- 76

    MARK WARR

    MAKING DELINQUENT FRIENDS: ADULT SUPERVISION AND CHILDREN'S AFFILIATIONS

    No.1, February

    pp. 77- 106

    MARK KONTY

    MICROANOMIE: THE COGNITIVE FOUNDATIONS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANOMIE AND DEVIANCE

    No.1, February

    pp. 107- 132

    ELIZABETH CAUFFMAN, LAURENCE STEINBERG, ALEX R. PIQUERO

    PSYCHOLOGICAL, NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF SERIOUS ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENCE: THE ROLE OF SELF-CONTROL

    No.1, February

    pp. 133- 176

    DANA L. HAYNIE, PEGGY C. GIORDANO, WENDY D. MANNING, MONICA A. LONGMORE

    ADOLESCENT ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS AND DELINQUENCY INVOLVEMENT

    No.1, February

    pp. 177- 210

    THOMAS D. STUCKY, KAREN HEIMER, JOSEPH B. LANG

    PARTISAN POLITICS, ELECTORAL COMPETITION AND IMPRISONMENT: AN ANALYSIS OF STATES OVER TIME

    No.1, February

    pp. 211- 248

    PATRICK LUSSIER, JEAN PROULX, MARC LEBLANC

    CRIMINAL PROPENSITY, DEVIANT SEXUAL INTERESTS AND CRIMINAL ACTIVITY OF SEXUAL AGGRESSORS AGAINST WOMEN: A COMPARISON OF EXPLANATORY MODELS

    No.1, February

    pp. 249- 282

    JOHN BRAITHWAITE

    BETWEEN PROPORTIONALITY & IMPUNITY: Confrontation Truth Prevention : SUTHERLAND AWARD PRESENTATION TO AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY MEETING, NASHVILLE, NOVEMBER 2004

    No.2, May

    pp. 283- 306

    CHARLES R. TITTLE, EKATERINA V. BOTCHKOVAR

    SELF-CONTROL, CRIMINAL MOTIVATION AND DETERRENCE: AN INVESTIGATION USING RUSSIAN RESPONDENTS

    No.2, May

    pp. 307- 354

    DARRELL STEFFENSMEIER, JENNIFER SCHWARTZ, HUA ZHONG, JEFF ACKERMAN

    AN ASSESSMENT OF RECENT TRENDS IN GIRLS' VIOLENCE USING DIVERSE LONGITUDINAL SOURCES: IS THE GENDER GAP CLOSING?

    No.2, May

    pp. 355- 406

    GEOFFREY P. ALPERT, JOHN M. MACDONALD, ROGER G. DUNHAM

    POLICE SUSPICION AND DISCRETIONARY DECISION MAKING DURING CITIZEN STOPS

    No.2, May

    pp. 407- 434

    SARA STEEN, RODNEY L. ENGEN, RANDY R. GAINEY

    IMAGES OF DANGER AND CULPABILITY: RACIAL STEREOTYPING, CASE PROCESSING, AND CRIMINAL SENTENCING

    No.2, May

    pp. 435- 468

    ROBERT J. KANE

    COMPROMISED POLICE LEGITIMACY AS A PREDICTOR OF VIOLENT CRIME IN STRUCTURALLY DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES

    No.2, May

    pp. 469- 498

    FRANK M. WEERMAN, WILMA H. SMEENK

    PEER SIMILARITY IN DELINQUENCY FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF FRIENDS: A COMPARISON USING TWO MEASUREMENT METHODS

    No.2, May

    pp. 499- 524

    JOHN HAGAN, WENONA RYMOND-RICHMOND, PATRICIA PARKER

    THE CRIMINOLOGY OF GENOCIDE: THE DEATH AND RAPE OF DARFUR

    No.3, August

    pp. 525- 562

    RICHARD B. FELSON, JEFFREY M. ACKERMAN, CATHERINE A. GALLAGHER

    POLICE INTERVENTION AND THE REPEAT OF DOMESTIC ASSAULT

    No.3, August

    pp. 563- 588

    STEPHANIE BONTRAGER, WILLIAM BALES, TED CHIRICOS

    RACE, ETHNICITY, THREAT AND THE LABELING OF CONVICTED FELONS

    No.3, August

    pp. 589- 622

    GARY KLECK, BRION SEVER, SPENCER LI, MARC GERTZ

    THE MISSING LINK IN GENERAL DETERRENCE RESEARCH

    No.3, August

    pp. 623- 660

    STEVEN F. MESSNER, GLENN D. DEANE, LUC ANSELIN, BENJAMIN PEARSON-NELSON

    LOCATING THE VANGUARD IN RISING AND FALLING HOMICIDE RATES ACROSS U.S. CITIES

    No.3, August

    pp. 661- 696

    LAURA DUGAN, ROBERT APEL

    THE DIFFERENTIAL RISK OF RETALIATION BY RELATIONAL DISTANCE: A MORE GENERAL MODEL OF VIOLENT VICTIMIZATION

    No.3, August

    pp. 697- 730

    STEPHANIE L. KENT, DAVID JACOBS

    MINORITY THREAT AND POLICE STRENGTH FROM 1980 TO 2000: A FIXED-EFFECTS ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR AND INTERACTIVE EFFECTS IN LARGE U.S. CITIES

    No.3, August

    pp. 731- 760

    BRIAN D. JOHNSON

    CONTEXTUAL DISPARITIES IN GUIDELINES DEPARTURES: COURTROOM SOCIAL CONTEXTS, GUIDELINES COMPLIANCE, AND EXTRALEGAL DISPARITIES IN CRIMINAL SENTENCING

    No.3, August

    pp. 761- 796

    VOLKAN TOPALLI

    WHEN BEING GOOD IS BAD: AN EXPANSION OF NEUTRALIZATION THEORY

    No.3, August

    pp. 797- 836

    AMIE L. NIELSEN, MATTHEW T. LEE, RAMIRO MARTINEZ JR.

    INTEGRATING RACE, PLACE AND MOTIVE IN SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY: LESSONS FROM A COMPARISON OF BLACK AND LATINO HOMICIDE TYPES IN TWO IMMIGRANT DESTINATION CITIES

    No.3, August

    pp. 837- 872

    DANIEL S. NAGIN, RICHARD E. TREMBLAY

    DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORY GROUPS: FACT OR A USEFUL STATISTICAL FICTION?

    No.4, November

    pp. 873- 904

    ROBERT J. SAMPSON, JOHN H. LAUB

    SEDUCTIONS OF METHOD: REJOINDER TO NAGIN AND TREMBLAY'S DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORY GROUPS: FACT OR FICTION?

    No.4, November

    pp. 905- 913

    DANIEL S. NAGIN, RICHARD E. TREMBLAY

    FROM SEDUCTION TO PASSION: A RESPONSE TO SAMPSON AND LAUB

    No.4, November

    pp. 915- 918

    ARJAN A.J. BLOKLAND, DANIEL NAGIN, PAUL NIEUWBEERTA

    LIFE SPAN OFFENDING TRAJECTORIES OF A DUTCH CONVICTION COHORT

    No.4, November

    pp. 919- 954

    GLENN DEANE, DAVID P. ARMSTRONG, RICHARD B. FELSON

    AN EXAMINATION OF OFFENSE SPECIALIZATION USING MARGINAL LOGIT MODELS

    No.4, November

    pp. 955 -988

    RONALD L. SIMONS, LESLIE GORDON SIMONS, CALLIE HARBIN BURT, GENE H. BRODY, CAROLYN CUTRONA

    COLLECTIVE EFFICACY, AUTHORITATIVE PARENTING AND DELINQUENCY: A LONGITUDINAL TEST OF A MODEL INTEGRATING COMMUNITY-AND FAMILY-LEVEL PROCESSES

    No.4, November

    pp. 989- 1029

    LAURA DUGAN, GARY LAFREE, ALEX R. PIQUERO

    TESTING A RATIONAL CHOICE MODEL OF AIRLINE HIJACKINGS

    No.4, November

    pp. 1031- 1065

    LEE ANN SLOCUM, SALLY S. SIMPSON, DOUGLAS A. SMITH

    STRAINED LIVES AND CRIME: EXAMINING INTRA-INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN STRAIN AND OFFENDING IN A SAMPLE OF INCARCERATED WOMEN

    No.4, November

    pp. 1067- 1110

    KAREN F. PARKER, BRIAN J. STULTS, STEPHEN K. RICE

    RACIAL THREAT, CONCENTRATED DISADVANTAGE AND SOCIAL CONTROL: CONSIDERING THE MACRO-LEVEL SOURCES OF VARIATION IN ARRESTS

    No.4, November

    pp. 1111- 1134

    PAUL E. BELLAIR, THOMAS L. MCNULTY

    BEYOND THE BELL CURVE: COMMUNITY DISADVANTAGE AND THE EXPLANATION OF BLACK-WHITE DIFFERENCES IN ADOLESCENT VIOLENCE

    No.4, November

    pp. 1135- 1168

    JOHN PAUL WRIGHT, KEVIN M. BEAVER

    DO PARENTS MATTER IN CREATING SELF-CONTROL IN THEIR CHILDREN? A GENETICALLY INFORMED TEST OF GOTTFREDSON AND HIRSCHI'S THEORY OF LOW SELF-CONTROL

    No.4, November

    pp. 1169- 1202

    ARJAN A.J. BLOKLAND, PAUL NIEUWBEERTA

    THE EFFECTS OF LIFE CIRCUMSTANCES ON LONGITUDINAL TRAJECTORIES OF OFFENDING

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    AN ALTERNATIVE PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR

    No.1, February

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    CARLO MORSELLI, PIERRE TREMBLAY, BILL MCCARTHY

    MENTORS AND CRIMINAL ACHIEVEMENT

    No.1, February

    pp. 17- 43

    FRED E. MARKOWITZ

    PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL CAPACITY, HOMELESSNESS, AND CRIME AND ARREST RATES

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    GARY LAFREE, RICHARD ARUM

    THE IMPACT OF RACIALLY INCLUSIVE SCHOOLING ON ADULT INCARCERATION RATES AMONG U.S. COHORTS OF AFRICAN AMERICANS AND WHITES SINCE 1930

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    KATHERINE BECKETT, KRIS NYROP, LORI PFINGST

    RACE, DRUGS, AND POLICING: UNDERSTANDING DISPARITIES IN DRUG DELIVERY ARRESTS

    No.1, February

    pp. 105- 137

    THOMAS M. ARVANITES, ROBERT H. DEFINA

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    No.1, February

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    CHARIS E. KUBRIN, ERIC A. STEWART

    PREDICTING WHO REOFFENDS: THE NEGLECTED ROLE OF NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT IN RECIDIVISM STUDIES

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    CHRISTOPHER J. SULLIVAN, JEAN MARIE MCGLOIN, TRAVIS C. PRATT, ALEX R. PIQUERO

    RETHINKING THE NORM OF OFFENDER GENERALITY: INVESTIGATING SPECIALIZATION IN THE SHORT-TERM

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    JOHN H. LAUB

    EDWIN H. SUTHERLAND AND THE MICHAEL-ADLER REPORT: SEARCHING FOR THE SOUL OF CRIMINOLOGY SEVENTY YEARS LATER

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    BRIAN D. JOHNSON

    THE MULTILEVEL CONTEXT OF CRIMINAL SENTENCING: INTEGRATING JUDGE- AND COUNTY-LEVEL INFLUENCES

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    EXPLAINING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE-DELINQUENCY RELATIONSHIP

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    CANDACE KRUTTSCHNITT, KRISTIN CARBONE-LOPEZ

    MOVING BEYOND THE STEREOTYPES: WOMEN'S SUBJECTIVE ACCOUNTS OF THEIR VIOLENT CRIME

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    CALLIE HARBIN BURT, RONALD L. SIMONS, LESLIE G. SIMONS

    A LONGITUDINAL TEST OF THE EFFECTS OF PARENTING AND THE STABILITY OF SELF-CONTROL: NEGATIVE EVIDENCE FOR THE GENERAL THEORY OF CRIME

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    pp. 353- 396

    NICOLE LEEPER PIQUERO, ALEX R. PIQUERO

    CONTROL BALANCE AND EXPLOITATIVE CORPORATE CRIME

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    TIMOTHY COUPE, LAURENCE BLAKE

    DAYLIGHT AND DARKNESS TARGETING STRATEGIES AND THE RISKS OF BEING SEEN AT RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES

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    pp. 431- 464

    ROBERT J. SAMPSON, JOHN H. LAUB, CHRISTOPHER WIMER

    DOES MARRIAGE REDUCE CRIME? A COUNTERFACTUAL APPROACH TO WITHIN-INDIVIDUAL CAUSAL EFFECTS

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    DANIEL P. MEARS, AVINASH S. BHATI

    NO COMMUNITY IS AN ISLAND: THE EFFECTS OF RESOURCE DEPRIVATION ON URBAN VIOLENCE IN SPATIALLY AND SOCIALLY PROXIMATE COMMUNITIES

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    DAVID WEISBURD, LAURA A. WYCKOFF, JUSTIN READY, JOHN E. ECK, JOSHUA C. HINKLE, FRANK GAJEWSKI

    DOES CRIME JUST MOVE AROUND THE CORNER? A CONTROLLED STUDY OF SPATIAL DISPLACEMENT AND DIFFUSION OF CRIME CONTROL BENEFITS

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    PAUL HIRSCHFIELD, TINA MASCHI, HELENE RASKIN WHITE, LEAH GOLDMAN TRAUB, ROLF LOEBER

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    No.3, August

    pp. 593- 630

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    VARIATION IN TRIAL PENALTIES AMONG SERIOUS VIOLENT OFFENSES

    No.3, August

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    CORPORATE SELF-POLICING AND THE ENVIRONMENT

    No.3, August

    pp. 671- 708

    PATRICIA WARREN, DONALD TOMASKOVIC-DEVEY, WILLIAM SMITH, MATTHEW ZINGRAFF, MARCINDA MASON

    DRIVING WHILE BLACK: BIAS PROCESSES AND RACIAL DISPARITY IN POLICE STOPS

    No.3, August

    pp. 709- 738

    CARTER HAY, WALTER FORREST

    THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-CONTROL: EXAMINING SELF-CONTROL THEORY'S STABILITY THESIS

    No.4, November

    pp. 739- 774

    DANA L. HAYNIE, DANIELLE C. PAYNE

    RACE, FRIENDSHIP NETWORKS, AND VIOLENT DELINQUENCY

    No.4, November

    pp. 775- 805

    ELAINE EGGLESTON DOHERTY

    SELF-CONTROL, SOCIAL BONDS, AND DESISTANCE: A TEST OF LIFE-COURSE INTERDEPENDENCE

    No.4, November

    pp. 807- 833

    JAMES D. UNNEVER, FRANCIS T. CULLEN, JOHN P. BARTKOWSKI

    IMAGES OF GOD AND PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: DOES A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP WITH A LOVING GOD MATTER?

    No.4, November

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    RYAN D. KING, WILLIAM I. BRUSTEIN

    A POLITICAL THREAT MODEL OF INTERGROUP VIOLENCE: JEWS IN PRE WORLD WAR II GERMANY

    No.4, November

    pp. 867- 891

    TIMOTHY GRIFFIN, JOHN WOOLDREDGE

    SEX-BASED DISPARITIES IN FELONY DISPOSITIONS BEFORE VERSUS AFTER SENTENCING REFORM IN OHIO

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    pp. 893- 923

    CARROLL SERON, JOSEPH PEREIRA, JEAN KOVATH

    HOW CITIZENS ASSESS JUST PUNISHMENT FOR POLICE MISCONDUCT

    No.4, November

    pp. 925- 960

    BETH M. HUEBNER, TIMOTHY S. BYNUM

    AN ANALYSIS OF PAROLE DECISION MAKING USING A SAMPLE OF SEX OFFENDERS: A FOCAL CONCERNS PERSPECTIVE

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    EXPANDING CRIMINOLOGY'S DOMAIN: THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2006 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

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    RYAN D. KING, MICHAEL MASSOGLIA, ROSS MACMILLAN

    THE CONTEXT OF MARRIAGE AND CRIME: GENDER, THE PROPENSITY TO MARRY, AND OFFENDING IN EARLY ADULTHOOD

    No.1, February

    pp. 33- 65

    ROBERT APEL, SHAWN BUSHWAY, ROBERT BRAME, AMELIA M. HAVILAND, DANIEL S. NAGIN, RAY PATERNOSTER

    UNPACKING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ADOLESCENT EMPLOYMENT AND ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR: A MATCHED SAMPLES COMPARISON

    No.1, February

    pp. 67- 97

    BARBARA D. WARNER

    DIRECTLY INTERVENE OR CALL THE AUTHORITIES? A STUDY OF FORMS OF NEIGHBORHOOD SOCIAL CONTROL WITHIN A SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION FRAMEWORK

    No.1, February

    pp. 99-129

    NADINE LANCTOT, STEPHEN A. CERNKOVICH, PEGGY C. GIORDANO

    DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR, OFFICIAL DELINQUENCY, AND GENDER: CONSEQUENCES FOR ADULTHOOD FUNCTIONING AND WELL-BEING

    No.1, February

    pp. 131- 157

    JOHN L. WORRALL, TOMISLAV V. KOVANDZIC

    COPS GRANTS AND CRIME REVISITED

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    RYAN D. SCHROEDER, PEGGY C. GIORDANO, STEPHEN A. CERNKOVICH

    DRUG USE AND DESISTANCE PROCESSES

    No.1, February

    pp. 191- 222

    DANIEL P. MEARS, CARTER HAY, MARC GERTZ, CHRISTINA MANCINI

    PUBLIC OPINION AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE JUVENILE COURT

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    pp. 223- 257

    DANIEL S. NAGIN

    MOVING CHOICE TO CENTER STAGE IN CRIMINOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND THEORY: THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2006 SUTHERLAND ADDRESS

    No.2, May

    pp. 259- 272

    D. WAYNE OSGOOD, CHRISTOPHER J. SCHRECK

    A NEW METHOD FOR STUDYING THE EXTENT, STABILITY, AND PREDICTORS OF INDIVIDUAL SPECIALIZATION IN VIOLENCE

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    pp. 273- 312

    GRAHAM C. OUSEY, PAMELA WILCOX

    THE INTERACTION OF ANTISOCIAL PROPENSITY AND LIFE-COURSE VARYING PREDICTORS OF DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR: DIFFERENCES BY METHOD OF ESTIMATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THEORY

    No.2, May

    pp. 313- 354

    RICHARD ROSENFELD, ROBERT FORNANGO, ANDRES F. RENGIFO

    THE IMPACT OF ORDER-MAINTENANCE POLICING ON NEW YORK CITY HOMICIDE AND ROBBERY RATES: 1988-2001

    No.2, May

    pp. 355- 384

    STEVEN F. MESSNER, SANDRO GALEA, KENNETH J. TARDIFF, MELISSA TRACY, ANGELA BUCCIARELLI, TINKA MARKHAM PIPER, VICTORIA FRYE, DAVID VLAHOV

    POLICING, DRUGS, AND THE HOMICIDE DECLINE IN NEW YORK CITY IN THE 1990s

    No.2, May

    pp. 385- 414

    JةN GUNNAR BERNBURG, THOROLFUR THORLINDSSON

    COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND ADOLESCENT DELINQUENCY IN ICELAND: A CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS

    No.2, May

    pp. 415- 444

    PATRICK J. CARR, LAURA NAPOLITANO, JESSICA KEATING

    WE NEVER CALL THE COPS AND HERE IS WHY: A QUALITATIVE EXAMINATION OF LEGAL CYNICISM IN THREE PHILADELPHIA NEIGHBORHOODS

    No.2, May

    pp. 445- 480

    RONALD L. SIMONS, LESLIE GORDON SIMONS, YI-FU CHEN, GENE H. BRODY, KUEI-HSIU LIN

    IDENTIFYING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS THAT MEDIATE THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PARENTING PRACTICES AND DELINQUENCY

    No.3, August

    pp. 481- 517

    BRIAN R. WYANT, RALPH B. TAYLOR

    SIZE OF HOUSEHOLD FIREARM COLLECTIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SUBCULTURES AND GENDER

    No.3, August

    pp. 519- 546

    TED CHIRICOS, KELLE BARRICK, WILLIAM BALES, STEPHANIE BONTRAGER

    THE LABELING OF CONVICTED FELONS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR RECIDIVISM

    No.3, August

    pp. 547- 581

    SONJA E. SIENNICK

    THE TIMING AND MECHANISMS OF THE OFFENDING-DEPRESSION LINK

    No.3, August

    pp. 583- 615

    ERIC P. BAUMER, REGAN GUSTAFSON

    SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND INSTRUMENTAL CRIME: ASSESSING THE EMPIRICAL VALIDITY OF CLASSIC AND CONTEMPORARY ANOMIE THEORIES

    No.3, August

    pp. 617- 663

    JOHN R. HIPP

    INCOME INEQUALITY, RACE, AND PLACE: DOES THE DISTRIBUTION OF RACE AND CLASS WITHIN NEIGHBORHOODS AFFECT CRIME RATES?

    No.3, August

    pp. 665- 697

    SHELDON X. ZHANG, KO-LIN CHIN, JODY MILLER

    WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN CHINESE TRANSNATIONAL HUMAN SMUGGLING: A GENDERED MARKET PERSPECTIVE

    No.3, August

    pp. 699- 733

    RICHARD ROSENFELD, ROBERT FORNANGO

    THE IMPACT OF ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ON ROBBERY AND PROPERTY CRIME: THE ROLE OF CONSUMER SENTIMENT

    No.4, November

    pp. 735- 769

    PAMELA WILCOX, TAMARA D. MADENSEN, MARIE SKUBAK TILLYER

    GUARDIANSHIP IN CONTEXT: IMPLICATIONS FOR BURGLARY VICTIMIZATION RISK AND PREVENTION

    No.4, November

    pp. 771- 803

    NICOLE RAFTER

    SOMATOTYPING, ANTIMODERNISM, AND THE PRODUCTION OF CRIMINOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE

    No.4, November

    pp. 805- 833

    MARGIT WIESNER, DEBORAH M. CAPALDI, HYOUN K. KIM

    ARREST TRAJECTORIES ACROSS A 17-YEAR SPAN FOR YOUNG MEN: RELATION TO DUAL TAXONOMIES AND SELF-REPORTED OFFENSE TRAJECTORIES

    No.4, November

    pp. 835- 863

    MARIAN R. WILLIAMS, STEPHEN DEMUTH, JEFFERSON E. HOLCOMB

    UNDERSTANDING THE INFLUENCE OF VICTIM GENDER IN DEATH PENALTY CASES: THE IMPORTANCE OF VICTIM RACE, SEX-RELATED VICTIMIZATION, AND JURY DECISION MAKING

    No.4, November

    pp. 865- 891

    DEREK A. KREAGER

    WHEN IT'S GOOD TO BE BAD : VIOLENCE AND ADOLESCENT PEER ACCEPTANCE

    No.4, November

    pp. 893- 923

    OLENA ANTONACCIO, CHARLES R. TITTLE

    A CROSS-NATIONAL TEST OF BONGER'S THEORY OF CRIMINALITY AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS

    No.4, November

    pp. 925- 958

    LENING ZHANG, STEVEN F. MESSNER, JIANHONG LIU

    AN EXPLORATION OF THE DETERMINANTS OF REPORTING CRIME TO THE POLICE IN THE CITY OF TIANJIN, CHINA

    No.4, November

    pp. 959- 984

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    MICHAEL TONRY

    CRIME AND HUMAN RIGHTS HOW POLITICAL PARANOIA, PROTESTANT FUNDAMENTALISM, AND CONSTITUTIONAL OBSOLESCENCE COMBINED TO DEVASTATE BLACK AMERICA: THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2007 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    No.1, February

    pp. 1- 34

    ROBERT APEL, CATHERINE KAUKINEN

    ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAMILY STRUCTURE AND ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR: PARENTAL COHABITATION AND BLENDED HOUSEHOLDS

    No.1, February

    pp. 35- 70

    CARLO MORSELLI, JULIE ROY

    BROKERAGE QUALIFICATIONS IN RINGING OPERATIONS

    No.1, February

    pp. 71- 98

    PEGGY C. GIORDANO, MONICA A. LONGMORE, RYAN D. SCHROEDER, PATRICK M. SEFFRIN

    A LIFE-COURSE PERSPECTIVE ON SPIRITUALITY AND DESISTANCE FROM CRIME

    No.1, February

    pp. 99- 132

    WILLIAM ALEX PRIDEMORE

    A METHODOLOGICAL ADDITION TO THE CROSS-NATIONAL EMPIRICAL LITERATURE ON SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND HOMICIDE: A FIRST TEST OF THE POVERTY-HOMICIDE THESIS

    No.1, February

    pp. 133- 154

    JEAN MARIE MCGLOIN, CHRISTOPHER J. SULLIVAN, ALEX R. PIQUERO, SARAH BACON

    INVESTIGATING THE STABILITY OF CO-OFFENDING AND CO-OFFENDERS AMONG A SAMPLE OF YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS

    No.1, February

    pp. 155- 188

    KRISTY HOLTFRETER, MICHAEL D. REISIG, TRAVIS C. PRATT

    LOW SELF-CONTROL, ROUTINE ACTIVITIES, AND FRAUD VICTIMIZATION

    No.1, February

    pp. 189- 220

    SCOTT JACQUES, RICHARD WRIGHT

    THE RELEVANCE OF PEACE TO STUDIES OF DRUG MARKET VIOLENCE

    No.1, February

    pp. 221- 254

    FRANKLIN E. ZIMRING

    CRIMINOLOGY AND ITS DISCONTENTS: THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2007 SUTHERLAND ADDRESS

    No.2, May

    pp. 255- 266

    DEBORAH M. CAPALDI, HYOUN K. KIM, LEE D. OWEN

    ROMANTIC PARTNERS' INFLUENCE ON MEN'S LIKELIHOOD OF ARREST IN EARLY ADULTHOOD

    No.2, May

    pp. 267- 299

    DANIEL P. MEARS, XIA WANG, CARTER HAY, WILLIAM D. BALES

    SOCIAL ECOLOGY AND RECIDIVISM: IMPLICATIONS FOR PRISONER REENTRY

    No.2, May

    pp. 301- 340

    KEVIN M. BEAVER

    NONSHARED ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES ON ADOLESCENT DELINQUENT INVOLVEMENT AND ADULT CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR

    No.2, May

    pp. 341- 369

    JOHN S. GOLDKAMP, E. RELY VخLCICأ

    TARGETED ENFORCEMENT AND ADVERSE SYSTEM SIDE EFFECTS: THE GENERATION OF FUGITIVES IN PHILADELPHIA

    No.2, May

    pp. 371- 409

    GRANT DUWE, WILLIAM DONNAY

    THE IMPACT OF MEGAN'S LAW ON SEX OFFENDER RECIDIVISM: THE MINNESOTA EXPERIENCE

    No.2, May

    pp. 411- 446

    MATTHEW R. LEE

    CIVIC COMMUNITY IN THE HINTERLAND: TOWARD A THEORY OF RURAL SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND VIOLENCE

    No.2, May

    pp. 447- 478

    OLENA ANTONACCIO, CHARLES R. TITTLE

    MORALITY, SELF-CONTROL, AND CRIME

    No.2, May

    pp. 479- 510

    JAMES D. UNNEVER

    TWO WORLDS FAR APART: BLACK-WHITE DIFFERENCES IN BELIEFS ABOUT WHY AFRICAN-AMERICAN MEN ARE DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPRISONED

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    pp. 511- 538

    MIN XIE, DAVID MCDOWALL

    THE EFFECTS OF RESIDENTIAL TURNOVER ON HOUSEHOLD VICTIMIZATION

    No.3, August

    pp. 539- 575

    ANTHONY A. BRAGA, BRENDA J. BOND

    POLICING CRIME AND DISORDER HOT SPOTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    No.3, August

    pp. 577- 607

    SONJA E. SIENNICK, JEREMY STAFF

    EXPLAINING THE EDUCATIONAL DEFICITS OF DELINQUENT YOUTHS

    No.3, August

    pp. 609- 635

    JENNIFER SCHWARTZ, BRYAN D. ROOKEY

    THE NARROWING GENDER GAP IN ARRESTS: ASSESSING COMPETING EXPLANATIONS USING SELF-REPORT, TRAFFIC FATALITY, AND OFFICIAL DATA ON DRUNK DRIVING, 1980 2004

    No.3, August

    pp. 637- 671

    JENNIFER E. COBBINA, JODY MILLER, ROD K. BRUNSON

    GENDER, NEIGHBORHOOD DANGER, AND RISK-AVOIDANCE STRATEGIES AMONG URBAN AFRICAN-AMERICAN YOUTHS

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    pp. 673- 709

    KAREN F. PARKER, AMY RECKDENWALD

    CONCENTRATED DISADVANTAGE, TRADITIONAL MALE ROLE MODELS, AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN JUVENILE VIOLENCE

    No.3, August

    pp. 711- 735

    BRIAN D. JOHNSON, JEFFERY T. ULMER, JOHN H. KRAMER

    THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF GUIDELINES CIRCUMVENTION: THE CASE OF FEDERAL DISTRICT COURTS

    No.3, August

    pp. 737- 783

    RICHARD FELSON, JUKKA SAVOLAINEN, MIKKO AALTONEN, HETA MOUSTGAARD

    IS THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ALCOHOL USE AND DELINQUENCY CAUSAL OR SPURIOUS?

    No.3, August

    pp. 785- 808

    MIN XIE, DAVID MCDOWALL

    ESCAPING CRIME: THE EFFECTS OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT VICTIMIZATION ON MOVING

    No.4, November

    pp. 809- 840

    TIM WADSWORTH, JOHN M. ROBERTS JR.

    WHEN MISSING DATA ARE NOT MISSING: A NEW APPROACH TO EVALUATING SUPPLEMENTAL HOMICIDE REPORT IMPUTATION STRATEGIES

    No.4, November

    pp. 841- 870

    CHRISTOPHER J. SCHRECK, ERIC A. STEWART, D. WAYNE OSGOOD

    A REAPPRAISAL OF THE OVERLAP OF VIOLENT OFFENDERS AND VICTIMS

    No.4, November

    pp. 871- 906

    BETH M. HUEBNER,TIMOTHY S. BYNUM

    THE ROLE OF RACE AND ETHNICITY IN PAROLE DECISIONS

    No.4, November

    pp. 907- 938

    KEVIN M. BEAVER, MATT DELISI, MICHAEL G. VAUGHN, JOHN PAUL WRIGHT, BRIAN B. BOUTWELL

    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-CONTROL AND LANGUAGE: EVIDENCE OF A SHARED ETIOLOGICAL PATHWAY

    No.4, November

    pp. 939- 970

    RAYMOND PATERNOSTER, ROBERT BRAME

    REASSESSING RACE DISPARITIES IN MARYLAND CAPITAL CASES

    No.4, November

    pp. 971- 1008

    SCOTT JACQUES, RICHARD WRIGHT

    THE VICTIMIZATION TERMINATION LINK

    No.4, November

    pp. 1009- 1038

    CARTER HAY, WALTER FORREST

    SELF- CONTROL THEORY AND THE CONCEPT OF OPPORTUNITY: THE CASE FOR A MORE SYSTEMATIC UNION

    No.4, November

    pp. 1039- 1072

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    BURSIK INTRODUCTION: CRIMINOLOGY LIKE IT OUGHTA BE!

    No.1, February

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    ROBERT J. BURSIK JR.

    THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS AND CRIMINOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE: 2008 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY

    No.1, February

    pp. 5- 16

    GARY LAFREE, LAURA DUGAN, RAVEN KORTE

    THE IMPACT OF BRITISH COUNTERTERRORIST STRATEGIES ON POLITICAL VIOLENCE IN NORTHERN IRELAND: COMPARING DETERRENCE AND BACKLASH MODELS

    No.1, February

    pp. 17- 45

    GARY SWEETEN, SHAWN D. BUSHWAY, RAYMOND PATERNOSTER

    DOES DROPPING OUT OF SCHOOL MEAN DROPPING INTO DELINQUENCY?

    No.1, February

    pp. 47- 91

    WIM BERNASCO, RICHARD BLOCK

    WHERE OFFENDERS CHOOSE TO ATTACK: A DISCRETE CHOICE MODEL OF ROBBERIES IN CHICAGO

    No.1, February

    pp. 93- 130

    EKATERINA V. BOTCHKOVAR, CHARLES R. TITTLE, OLENA ANTONACCIO

    GENERAL STRAIN THEORY: ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE USING CROSS-CULTURAL DATA

    No.1, February

    pp. 131- 176

    NANCY RODRIGUEZ, HILARY SMITH, MARJORIE S. ZATZ

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    No.1, February

    pp. 177- 208

    BRADLEY KEEN, DAVID JACOBS

    RACIAL THREAT, PARTISAN POLITICS, AND RACIAL DISPARITIES IN PRISON ADMISSIONS: A PANEL ANALYSIS

    No.1, February

    pp. 209- 238

    STEPHEN W. BARON

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    No.1, February

    pp. 239- 268

    STEWART J. D'ALESSIO, LISA STOLZENBERG

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