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    Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance

    Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance  

    2000, Vol.2                2011, Vol.16

    2001, Vol.3                2012, Vol.17

    2004, Vol.5                2013, Vol.18

    2005, Vol.6                 2014, Vol.19

    2006, Vol.7                2015, Vol.20

    2007, Vol.8.9             2016, Vol.21

    2008, Vol.10.11          2017, Vol.22

    2009, Vol.12.13

    2010, Vol.14-15

     


    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2000, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

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    Cassia Spohn, Miriam DeLone

    WHEN DOES RACE MATTER? An Analysis of the Conditions under Which Race Affects Sentence Severity

    pp. 3-37

    Barbara D. Warner, Pamela Wilcox Rountree

    IMPLICATIONS OF GHETTO-RELATED BEHAVIOR FOR A COMMUNITY AND CRIME MODEL: DEFINING THE PROCESS OF CULTURAL ATTENUATION

    pp. 39-62

    Min Sik Lee

    POLICING, CULTURE, AND FEAR OF CRIME IN THE KOREAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY

    pp. 63-87

    Jerry Van Hoy

    MARKETS FOR LEGAL SERVICES AND THE RISE OF FRANCHISE LAW FIRMS

    pp. 91-105

    Albert J. Meehan

    TRANSFORMATION OF THE ORAL TRADITION OF THE POLICE SUBCULTURE THROUGH THE INTRODUCTION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

    pp. 107-132

    Elizabeth McLin

    A DUTY TO KILL: AN OCCUPATIONAL PERSPECTIVE FROM THE FRONT LINES OF A KILLING INSTITUTION

    pp. 133-167

    Morgan Blake Ward Doran, Gray Cavender

    LEGITIMATING MURDER? AN ANALYSIS OF NEWSPAPER COVERAGE OF VIOLENCE AT ABORTION CLINICS

    pp. 169-189

    Bruce A. Arrigo, Christopher R. Williams

    READING PRISONS: A METAPHORIC-ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACH

    pp. 191-231

    Stacy Burns

    IMPEACHMENT WORK IN THE MENENDEZ BROTHERS MURDER TRIAL: THE INTERACTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT OF FACTICITY. CREDIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY

    pp. 233-256

    Ronald Weitzer

    DEFICIENCIES IN THE SOCIOLOGY OF SEX WORK

    pp. 259-279

    David O. Friedrichs

    CRIME IN HIGH PLACES: A CRIMINOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE CLINTON CASE

    pp. 281-300

    Barbara Perry

    BEYOND BLACK AND WHITE: ETHNOVIOLENCE BETWEEN OPPRESSED GROUPS

    pp. 301-323

    Rebecca S. Katz

    EXPLAINING VIOLENCE, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AND PERSISTENT VIOLENCE AMONG MEN: ELABORATING A SIDE-BY-SIDE INTEGRATIVE MODEL OF FOUR THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES

    pp. 325-342

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2001, Vol.3

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    Title

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    Harris H. Kim

    THE CHANGING PATTERNS OF CAREER MOBILITY IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION: A LOG-LINEAR ANALYSIS OF CHICAGO LAWYERS (1975 AND 1995)

    pp. 3-24

    Gerard Hanlon

    THE STATE-LAWYER RELATIONSHIP IN ENGLAND AND WALES

    pp. 25-50

    Susanne Lace

    MERGERS, MERGERS EVERYWHERE: CONSTRUCTING THE GLOBAL LAW FIRM IN GERMANY

    pp. 51-75

    Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Carroll Seron

    THE SYMBOLIC MEANINGS OF PROFESSIONAL TIME

    pp. 79-94

    Robert Dingwall, William. L. F. Felstiner, Tom Durkin

    TIME, LEGAL CULTURE AND LEGAL PROCESS

    pp. 95-116

    Jean E. Wallace

    EXPLAINING WHY LAWYERS WANT TO LEAVE THE PRACTICE OF LAW

    pp. 117-145

    Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin

    "WE LIVE ON THE EDGE OF EXTINCTION ALL THE TIME:" ENTREPRENEURS, INNOVATION AND THE PLAINTIFFS BAR IN THE WAKE OF TORT REFORM

    pp. 149-180

    Lynn C. Jones

    CAREER ACTIVISM BY LAWYERS: CONSEQUENCES FOR THE PERSON, THE LEGAL PROFESSION, AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

    pp. 181-206

    Mary E. Vogel

    LAWYERING IN AN AGE OF POPULAR POLITICS: PLEA BARGAINING, LEGAL PRACTICE AND THE STRUCTURE OF THE BOSTON BAR, 1800-1860

    pp. 207-252

    Katherine Cermak, Richard Block

    PERCEPTIONS OF GOOD AND BAD JUDGING: AN ANALYSIS OF THE ILLINOIS JUDICIAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

    pp. 253-270

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2004, Vol.5

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    Mathieu Deflem

    TOWARDS A CRIMINOLOGICAL SOCIOLOGY OF TERRORISM AND COUNTER-TERRORISM

    pp. 1-6

    Donald Black

    TERRORISM AS SOCIAL CONTROL

    pp. 9-18

    Richard Rosenfeld

    TERRORISM AND CRIMINOLOGY

    pp. 19-32

    Gregg Barak

    A RECIPROCAL APPROACH TO TERRORISM AND TERRORIST-LIKE BEHAVIOR

    pp. 33-49

    Gary LaFree, Laura Dugan

    HOW DOES STUDYING TERRORISM COMPARE TO STUDYING CRIME?

    pp. 53-74

    Kelly R. Damphousse, Brent L. Smith

    TERRORISM AND EMPIRICAL TESTING: USING INDICTMENT DATA TO ASSESS CHANGES IN TERRORIST CONDUCT

    pp. 75-90

    Michael J. Thomas

    COUNTERACTING TERROR: GROUP DESIGN AND RESPONSE MODALITIES

    pp. 91-110

    Margaret A. Zahn, Kevin J. Strom

    TERRORISM AND THE FEDERAL SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH AGENDA

    pp. 111-128

    Willem de Lint

    NEOCONSERVATIVISM AND AMERICAN COUNTER-TERRORISM: ENDARKENED POLICY?

    pp. 131-153

    Bonnie Berry

    RIGHT-WING IDEOLOGY, TERRORISM, AND THE FALSE PROMISE OF SECURITY

    pp. 155-172

    Victor E. Kappeler, Aaron E. Kappeler

    SPEAKING OF EVIL AND TERRORISM: THE POLITICAL AND IDEOLOGICAL CONSTRUCTION OF A MORAL PANIC

    pp. 175-197

    Paul Leighton

    THE CHALLENGE OF TERRORISM TO FREE SOCIETIES IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE

    pp. 199-217

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2005, Vol.6

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    Title

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    Kerry O. Ferris

    THREAT MANAGEMENT: MORAL AND ACTUAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE CONTROL OF CELEBRITY STALKING

    pp. 9-29

    Peter R. Ibarra

    RED FLAGS AND TRIGGER CONTROL: THE ROLE OF HUMAN SUPERVISION IN AN ELECTRONIC MONITORING PROGRAM

    pp. 31-48

    Michael Petrunik

    DANGEROUSNESS AND ITS DISCONTENTS: A DISCOURSE ON THE SOCIO-POLITICS OF DANGEROUSNESS

    pp. 49-74

    Robert Garot

    BIASES FORGED THROUGH SUSPICION: THE GATEKEEPER IN PUBLIC HOUSING RECONSIDERED

    pp. 77-104

    Kathryn J. Fox

    COERCING CHANGE: HOW INSTITUTIONS INDUCE CORRECTION IN THE CULTURE OF SELF-CHANGE

    pp. 105-119

    Vickie Jensen, Jill DuDeck-Biondo

    MOTHERS IN JAIL: GENDER, SOCIAL CONTROL, AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF PARENTHOOD BEHIND BARS

    pp. 121-142

    Jeffrey A. Modisett, Judge David J. Dreyer

    PROSECUTING MIKE TYSON: BOXING WITH THE MEDIA

    pp. 145-163

    John S. W. Park

    ALIENS OF EXTRAORDINARY ABILITY, ALIENS OF EXTRAORDINARY VULNERABILITY: SKILLED PROFESSIONALS AND CONTINGENT STATUS IN AMERICAN IMMIGRATION LAW

    pp. 165-183

    Aaron Kupchik

    PUNISHING TO PROTECT? BALANCING PUNISHMENT AND FUTURE WELFARE IN THE JUVENILE COURT

    pp. 185-202

    Martha Komter

    UNDERSTANDING PROBLEMS IN AN INTERPRETER-MEDIATED POLICE INTERROGATION

    pp. 203-224

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2006, Vol.7

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    Karl F. Schumann

    WORK AND CRIME: CAN THE MISSING LINK BE UNDERSTOOD THROUGH MAX WEBER S PROTESTANT ETHIC

    pp. 9-28

    Imke Dunkake

    TRUANTS AND THE FAMILY: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF DEVIANT BEHAVIOR IN EARLY ADOLESCENCE

    pp. 29-56

    Sanjay Marwah, Mathieu Deflem

    REVISITING MERTON: CONTINUITIES IN THE THEORY OF ANOMIE-AND-OPPORTUNITY-STRUCTURES

    pp. 57-76

    Ross L. Matsueda

    CRIMINOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE THOUGHT OF GEORGE HERBERT MEAD

    pp. 77-108

    Karen Heimer, Stacy De Coster, Halime Unal

    OPENING THE BLACK BOX: THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER AND DELINQUENCY

    pp. 109-135

    Ronald L. Akers

    COMMENTARY ON PART I: THEORY AND RESEARCH IN THE SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIME AND DEVIANCE

    pp. 137-155

    Nigel G. Fielding

    IDENTITY AND INTELLECTUAL WORK: BIOGRAPHY, THEORY AND RESEARCH ON LAW ENFORCEMENT

    pp. 159-181

    Joachim J. Savelsberg

    SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY IN THE STUDY OF SENTENCING: LIGHTHOUSE FOR A TRAVELER BETWEEN CONTINENTS

    pp. 183-202

    Robert D. Crutchfield

    "THEY BRING YOU UP TO DO LIKE YOUR DADDY DONE": STRATIFICATION THEORY,EMPLOYMENT, AND CRIME

    pp. 203-222

    Susanne Karstedt

    EMOTIONS, CRIME AND JUSTICE: EXPLORING DURKHEIMIAN THEMES

    pp. 223-248

    Rene van Swaaningen

    IN SEARCH OF CRIMINOLOGY S EPISTEMOLOGICAL THRESHOLD

    pp. 249-270

    Fritz Sack

    COMMENTARY ON PART II: THE FIELDS OF SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY

    pp. 271-282

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2007, Vol.8.9

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    Title

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    David Alan Sklansky

    SEEING BLUE: POLICE REFORM, OCCUPATIONAL CULTURE, AND COGNITIVE BURN-IN

    pp. 19-45

    Peter K. Manning

    A DIALECTIC OF ORGANISATIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL CULTURE

    pp. 47-83

    Tom Cockcroft

    POLICE CULTURE(S): SOME DEFINITIONAL, METHODOLOGICAL AND ANALYTICAL CONSIDERATIONS

    pp. 85-102

    Maurice Punch

    COPS WITH HONOURS: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND POLICE CULTURE

    pp. 105-128

    Janet Chan

    POLICE STRESS AND OCCUPATIONAL CULTURE

    pp. 129-151

    Mark Bevir, Ben Krupicka

    POLICE REFORM, GOVERNANCE, AND DEMOCRACY

    pp. 153-179

    Bethan Loftus

    POLICING THE 'IRRELEVANT': CLASS, DIVERSITY AND CONTEMPORARY POLICE CULTURE

    pp. 181-204

    Jennifer Brown

    FROM CULT OF MASCULINITY TO SMART MACHO: GENDER PERSPECTIVES ON POLICE OCCUPATIONAL CULTURE

    pp. 205-226

    Monique Marks

    POLICE UNIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCE: SUBCULTURE OR COUNTER-CULTURE?

    pp. 229-251

    Megan O Neill, Simon Holdaway

    BLACK POLICE ASSOCIATIONS AND THE POLICE OCCUPATIONAL CULTURE

    pp. 253-274

    Jennifer Wood, Monique Marks

    CULTURAL CHANGE THROUGH 'NEXUS' POLICING

    pp. 275-294

    Anne-Marie Singh, Michael Kempa

    REFLECTIONS ON THE STUDY OF PRIVATE POLICING CULTURES: EARLY LEADS AND KEY THEMES

    pp. 297-320

    Bruce Baker

    CONFLICT AND AFRICAN POLICE CULTURE: THE CASES OF UGANDA, RWANDA AND, SIERRA LEONE

    pp. 321-347

    Monique Marks, Anne-Marie Singh

    CONCLUSION: TAKING STOCK AND LOOKING AHEAD IN POLICE CULTURE STUDIES

    pp. 349-367

    Kai Ambos, Nils Meyer-Abich

    HUMAN RIGHTS IN EUROPE AND THE AMERICAS: REGIONAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS AND THE PROCESS OF REGIONAL INTEGRATION

    pp. 11-38

    Hans-Jorg Albrecht

    TRAFFICKING IN HUMANS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    pp. 39-71

    Dieter Burssens, Lode Walgrave

    YOUTH, CRIME AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    pp. 73-91

    Marc Coester, Dieter Rossner

    RACISM AND XENOPHOBIA AND THE PREVENTION OF BIAS CRIMES IN GERMANY: RESULTS FROM A NATIONWIDE TASK GROUP

    pp. 93-107

    Stephan Parmentier, Elmar G. M. Weitekamp

    POLITICAL CRIMES AND SERIOUS VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS: TOWARDS A CRIMINOLOGY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES

    pp. 109-144

    Jack R. Greene

    HUMAN RIGHTS AND POLICE DISCRETION: JUSTICE SERVED OR DENIED?

    pp. 147-169

    Ann Skelton

    RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    pp. 171-191

    Jan Froestad, Clifford Shearing

    THE ZWELETHEMBA MODEL: PRACTICING HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH DISPUTE RESOLUTION

    pp. 193-214

    James P. Mulvale

    JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ABORIGINAL PEOPLES IN SASKATCHEWAN: MAPPING THE ROAD AHEAD

    pp. 215-238

    Chris Cunneen

    CRIMINOLOGY, HUMAN RIGHTS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

    pp. 239-261

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2008, Vol.10.11

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    James Walsh

    Community, surveillance and border control: The case of the minuteman project

    pp. 11-34

    Kevin D. Haggerty, Laura Huey, Richard V. Ericson

    The politics of sight/site: Locating cameras in Vancouver's public spaces

    pp. 35-55

    Kirsten Christiansen

    The conquest of space: New York City's new frontier of social control

    pp. 57-74

    Fabien Jobard, Dominique Linhardt

    The check and the guardianship: A comparison of surveillance at an airport and a housing-estate area in the Paris outskirts

    pp. 75-100

    Thomas Mathiesen

    Lex vigilatoria: Global control without a state?

    pp. 101-127

    William G. Staples, Stephanie K. Decker

    Technologies of the body, technologies of the self: House arrest as neo-liberal governance

    pp. 131-149

    Scott G. White

    Academia, surveillance, and the FBI: A short history

    pp. 151-174

    David Cunningham, John Noakes

    "What if she's from the FBI?" The effects of covert forms of social control on social movements

    pp. 175-197

    Michael McCahill

    Plural policing and CCTV surveillance

    pp. 199-219

    Janet Chan

    The new lateral surveillance and a culture of suspicion

    pp. 223-239

    Karen S. Glover

    Citizenship, hyper-surveillance, and double-consciousness: Racial profiling as panoptic governance

    pp. 241-256

    Benoit Dupont

    Hacking the panopticon: Distributed online surveillance and resistance

    pp. 257-278

    Kevin Stenson

    Surveillance and sovereignty

    pp. 279-301

    Nathan Harris, Jennifer Wood

    Governing beyond command and control: A responsive and nodal approach to child protection

    pp. 327-344

    Minas Samatas

    From thought control to traffic control: CCTV politics of expansion and resistance in post-Olympics Greece

    pp. 345-369

    Kathleen Daly

    Seeking justice in the 21st century: Towards an intersectional politics of justice

    pp. 3-30

    Graham Ellison, Peter Shirlow

    From war to peace: Informalism, restorative justice and conflict transformation in Northern Ireland

    pp. 31-57

    Gerry Johnstone

    The Agendas of the restorative justice movement

    pp. 59-79

    Gabrielle Maxwell

    Crossing cultural boundaries: Implementing restorative justice in international and indigenous contexts

    pp. 81-95

    Paul McCold

    Evaluation of a restorative milieu: Restorative practices in context

    pp. 99-137

    Ronald L. Akers, Jodi Lane, Lonn Lanza-Kaduce

    Faith-based mentoring and restorative justice: Overlapping theoretical, empirical, and philosophical background

    pp. 139-165

    Wesley G. Jennings, Angela R. Gover, Diane M. Hitchcock

    Localizing restorative justice: An in-depth look at a denver public school program

    pp. 167-187

    Holly Ventura Miller

    Restorative justice and youth courts: A new approach to delinquency prevention

    pp. 189-205

    Nicole Leeper Piquero, Stephen K. Rice, Alex R. Piquero

    Power, profit, and pluralism: New avenues for research on restorative justice and white-collar crime

    pp. 209-229

    Anna Eriksson

    Challenging cultures of violence through community restorative justice in Northern Ireland

    pp. 231-260

    J. Mitchell Miller, Christopher L. Gibson, John Byrd

    Getting beyond the liberal feel-good: Toward an accountability-based theoretical research program for restorative justice

    pp. 261-278

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2009, Vol.12.13

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    Ab Currie

    The legal problems of everyday life

    pp. 1-41

    Pascoe Pleasence, Nigel J. Balmer, Tania Tam

    Failure to recall: Indications from the english and welsh civil and social justice survey of the relative severity and incidence of civil justice problems

    pp. 43-65

    Kathryne M. Young

    Rights consciousness in criminal procedure: A theoretical and empirical inquiry

    pp. 67-95

    Kwai Hang Ng

    Beyond court interpreters: Exploring the idea of designated spanish-speaking courtrooms to address language barriers to justice in the United States

    pp. 97-118

    Mary R. Rose

    Access to juries: Some puzzles regarding race and jury participation

    pp. 119-144

    Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin

    Legal services for the poor: Access, self-interest, and pro bono

    pp. 145-166

    Masayuki Murayama

    Expanding access to lawyers: The role of legal advice centers

    pp. 167-201

    Mary Nell Trautner

    Personal responsibility v. corporate liability: How personal injury lawyers screen cases in an era of tort reform

    pp. 203-230

    Jennifer Earl

    When bad things happen: Toward a sociology of troubles

    pp. 231-254

    Bryant G. Garth

    Comment: A revival of access to justice research?

    pp. 255-260

    Matthew T. Lee, Ramiro Martinez

    Immigration reduces crime: an emerging scholarly consensus

    pp. 3-16

    Charis E. Kubrin, Graham C. Ousey

    Immigration and homicide in urban America: what's the connection?

    pp. 17-32

    Martin Killias

    Paradise lost? new trends in crime and migration in switzerland

    pp. 33-45

    Dario Melossi, Alessandro De Giorgi, Ester Massa

    The "normality" of "second generations" in Italy and the importance of legal status: a self-report delinquency study

    pp. 47-65

    Marzio Barbagli, Asher Colombo

    Immigrants as authors and victims of crimes: the Italian experience

    pp. 69-94

    Toni Makkai, Natalie Taylor

    Immigrants as victims of crime: the australian experience

    pp. 95-105

    Alexis A. Aronowitz

    The smuggling - trafficking nexus and the myths surrounding human trafficking

    pp. 107-128

    Edna Erez, Julie Globokar

    Compounding vulnerabilities: the impact of immigration status and circumstances on battered immigrant women

    pp. 129-145

    Jo Goodey

    Immigrants as crime victims in the European Union: With special attention to hate crime

    pp. 147-161

    William F. McDonald

    Adding insult to injury: the unintended consequences for immigrants of hate crime legislation

    pp. 163-185

    Wesley G. Skogan

    Policing immigrant communities in the United States

    pp. 189-203

    Dita Vogel, William F. McDonald, Bill Jordan, Franck Duvell, Vesela Kovacheva, Bastian Vollmer

    Police cooperation in internal enforcement of immigration control: learning from international comparison

    pp. 205-241

    Amy Farrell

    State and local law enforcement responses to human trafficking: explaining why so few trafficking cases are identified in the United States

    pp. 243-259

    Scott H. Decker, Paul G. Lewis, Doris M. Provine, Monica W. Varsanyi

    On the frontier of local law enforcement: local police and federal immigration law

    pp. 261-276

    Clifford E. Griffin

    Deportation and reintegration in the Caribbean and Latin America: addressing the development-security paradox

    pp. 279-296

    Sang H. Kil, Cecilia Menjivar, Roxanne L. Doty

    Securing borders: patriotism, vigilantism and the brutalization of the US American public

    pp. 297-312

    Salvatore Palidda

    The criminalization and victimization of immigrants: a critical perspective

    pp. 313-326

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2010, Vol.14-15

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    Susan Boyd

    Reefer Madness and beyond

    pp. 3-24

    Nickie D. Phillips

    The Dark Knight: Constructing Images of Good vs. Evil in an Age of Anxiety

    pp. 25-44

    Bradford W. Reyns, Billy Henson

    Superhero justice: The depiction of crime and justice in modern-age comic books and graphic novels

    pp. 45-66

    Dawn K. Cecil

    Televised images of jail: Lessons in controlling the unruly

    pp. 67-88

    Judah Schept

    "I broke the law? No, the law broke me!" Palestinian hip-hop and the semiotics of occupation

    pp. 91-119

    Charis E. Kubrin, Ronald Weitzer

    Rap music's violent and misogynistic effects: Fact or fiction?

    pp. 121-143

    Viviane Saleh-Hanna

    Crime, resistance and song: Black musicianship's black criminology

    pp. 145-171

    Ellen C. Leichtman

    The different sounds of American protest: From freedom songs to punk rock

    pp. 173-191

    Anneke Meyer

    Evil monsters and cunning perverts: Representing and regulating the dangerous paedophile

    pp. 195-217

    Gregory G. Justis, Steven Chermak

    Framing the scene: presentations of forensics programming in the news

    pp. 219-241

    Stephanie C. Kane

    Beach crime in popular culture: Confining the carnivalesque in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil

    pp. 243-262

    Nicole Rafter, Per Ystehede

    Here be dragons: Lombroso, the gothic, and social control

    pp. 263-284

    John Liederbach

    "Pass the trash": The mortgage default crisis as state-corporate crime

    pp. 17-41

    Deborah Koetzle Shaffer

    Sex offender registration and notification laws as a means of legal control

    pp. 43-63

    James L. Nolan

    Freedom, social control, and the problem-solving court movement

    pp. 65-89

    Matthias Gross

    Social and ecological control: Ross's early contribution

    pp. 91-107

    Stuart Connor, Richard Huggins

    The technology and the artefacts of social control - Monitoring criminal and anti-social behaviour through and in media cultures

    pp. 109-128

    Christopher D. O Connor

    Empowered communities or self-governing citizens? (Re) examining social control within the move toward community

    pp. 129-148

    Victor Lidz

    Social control in doctor-patient relationships: Similarities and differences across medical specialties

    pp. 149-169

    James J. Chriss

    The social control of sex and food: A brief overview

    pp. 171-184

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2011, Vol.16

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    Tomson H. Nguyen, Henry N. Pontell

    Fraud and Inequality in the Subprime Mortgage Crisis

    pp. 3-24

    Laura A. Patterson, Cynthia A. Koller

    Diffusion of Fraud Through Subprime Lending: The Perfect Storm

    pp. 25-45

    Nicole Leeper Piquero, Marc Gertz, Jason Bratton

    Public Attitudes Toward Blameworthiness and Control of the Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis

    pp. 47-63

    Harold C. Barnett

    The Securitization of Mortgage Fraud

    pp. 65-84

    Michael Levi

    Social Reactions to White-Collar Crimes and their Relationship to Economic Crises

    pp. 87-105

    Wim Huisman

    Corporate Crime and Crisis: Causation Scenarios

    pp. 107-125

    David Shichor, Henry N. Pontell, Gilbert Geis

    Illegally Backdated Stock Options

    pp. 127-142

    Paul (Lish) Harris

    The Criminal Consequences of Changes in Neighborhood Structure Due to Home Foreclosure: A Theoretical Discussion

    pp. 145-169

    Richard R. Peterson

    Employment, Unemployment, and Rates of Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from the National Crime Victim Surveys

    pp. 171-193

    Darrell D. Irwin

    The Showdown with Shrinking Budgets: Police Departments in Economic Downturns

    pp. 195-212

    Sociology of Crime,  Law and Deviance, 2012, Vol.17

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    Bethany L. Brown

    Disaster Myth or Reality: Developing a Criminology of Disaster

    pp. 3-17

    Susan S. Kuo

    "Not only Injurious to Individuals, but Dangerous to the State": A Theory of Disaster Crime

    pp. 19-41

     

    Disaster, War, and Drugs: Policy Levers and Rebuilding Communities

    pp. 43-62

    Tanya L. Settles

    Federalism, Law, and the Ethics of Disaster Evacuations

    pp. 65-81

    Sean P. Varano,

    Policing Disasters: The Role of Police in the Pre-Disaster Planning and Post-Disaster Responses

    pp. 83-112

    Sabrina McCormick

    Transforming Oil Activism: From Legal Constraints to Evidenciary Opportunity

    pp. 113-131

    Yungnane Yang

    Environmental Policy for Chemical Pollution in Taiwan: The An-Shun Plant Case

    pp. 133-151

    Min Hee Go

    The Federal Disaster: The Failed Logic of Disaster Prevention in New Orleans

    pp. 155-174

    Aaron Schneider

    New Orleans: Post-Disaster Dual Dualism in Labor Markets and Development

    pp. 175-202

    Alicia J. Ferrara, Peter G. Stillman, Adelaide H. Villmoare

    The Prison City of New Orleans: Law's Responses to the Disaster of Hurricane Katrina

    pp. 203-225

    Alexander Lu

    Perceived Risk, Criminal Victimization, and Community Integration: Mental Health in the Aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita

    pp. 227-251

    Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, 2013,  Vol.18

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    Danwill D. Schwender

    If reagan played disco: Rocking out and selling out with the talking heads of political campaigns and their unauthorized use of music

    pp. 3-36

    Serona Elton

    Graduated responses to online piracy: Approaches taken in the united states and around the world

    pp. 37-58

    Mitch Daschuk, James Popham

    Music identities, individualization, and ownership shifts: Empowering a litigious paradigm of copyright protection

    pp. 59-78

    Jon M. Garon

    The band: Artistic, legal, and financial structures which shape modern music

    pp. 79-99

    Jean-Marie Seca

    The policy of electro- amplified popular music in France: The liberal context and the regulation of rebellious cultures

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    Cynthia R. Nielsen

    Strategic Afro- modernism, dynamic hybridity, and bebop's sociopolitical significance

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    Masaya Takahashi

    Cultural norms of Japanese folk and traditional music

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    Heitor Alvelos

    Scraping the barrel of analogue amnesia: The soft rescue of magnetic obscurity over the final embers of 'expanded' pop stardom

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    Victor P. Corona

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    Sara Towe Horsfall

    Understanding deviant music

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    Cecilia Blengino

    Stolen or released music? The social construction of piracy in Italy

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    Juan D. Montoro-Pons, Manuel Cuadrado-Garcia

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    pp. 245-267

    Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, 2014,  Vol.19

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    Legitimacy and Punitiveness: The Role of Judicial Actors in Italian Penality

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    Serkan Tasgin

    Juvenile Justice and Incarceration in Turkey

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    Mary S. Corcoran

    The Trajectory of Penal Markets in a Period of Austerity: The Case of England and Wales

    pp. 53-74

    Tom Daems

    'Ceci N'est Pas Une Fouille A Corps': The Denial of Strip Searches in Belgian Prisons

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    Rose Ricciardelli, Hayley Crichton, Lisa Adams

    Stuck: Conditions of Canadian Confinement

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    Elena Azaola

    Women Prisoners: Theory and Reality in Mexico

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    Ashley T. Rubin

    Three Waves of American Prison Development, 1790- 1920

    pp. 139-158

    Roy F. Janisch

    Native American Incarceration: A Neglected Problem?

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    Aleksandr Khechumyan

    Continued Imprisonment of Terminally Ill Prisoners in the United States: An International Human Rights Perspective

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    Willem F. M. Luyt

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    Shinichi Ishizuka

    Punishment and Incarceration in Japan: A Net- Widening of Crime Control and a New Priority System of Prosecution

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    Mark Cooney, Nicole Bigman

    Terrorism as Gravitational Attraction

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    Terrorism and Genocide

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    Cynthia A. Karaffa

    The Social Construction of Terrorism

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    Brent L. Smith, Jeff Gruenewald, Paxton Roberts, Kelly R. Damphousse

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    Christopher A. Shields, Brent L. Smith, Kelly R. Damphousse

    Prosecuting Terrorism: Challenges in the Post- 9/ 11 World

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    Michael Welch

    Postmodern Torture and the Conceits of the War on Terror

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    Gregg W. Etter Sr.

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    Jordan C. Pickering, David A. Klinger

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    Janet Ransley

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    Silvia Staubli

    Investigations on the Legitimacy of the Swiss Police: Actual Debates and Empirical Evidence

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