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EXAMINING THE GENERALITY OF THE UNEMPLOYMENT―CRIME ASSOCIATIONAALTONEN, Mikko; MACDONALD, John M; MARTIKAINEN, Pekka et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 3, pp 561-594, issn 0011-1384, 34 p.Article

2012 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY THE PLACE OF CONTEXT: A THEORY AND STRATEGY FOR CRIMINOLOGY'S HARD PROBLEMSSAMPSON, Robert J.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 1, pp 1-31, issn 0011-1384, 31 p.Article

A DUAL-SYSTEMS APPROACH FOR UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENTIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY TO PROCESSES OF PEER INFLUENCETHOMAS, Kyle J; MARIE MCGLOIN, Jean.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 2, pp 435-474, issn 0011-1384, 40 p.Article

DOES IMPRISONMENT ALTER THE LIFE COURSE? EVIDENCE ON CRIME AND EMPLOYMENT FROM A NATURAL EXPERIMENTLOEFFLER, Charles E.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 1, pp 137-166, issn 0011-1384, 30 p.Article

FOOT PATROL IN VIOLENT CRIME HOT SPOTS: THE LONGITUDINAL IMPACT OF DETERRENCE AND POSTTREATMENT EFFECTS OF DISPLACEMENTSORG, Evan T; HABERMAN, Cory P; RATCLIFFE, Jerry H et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 1, pp 65-101, issn 0011-1384, 37 p.Article

SHAPING CITIZEN PERCEPTIONS OF POLICE LEGITIMACY: A RANDOMIZED FIELD TRIAL OF PROCEDURAL JUSTICEMAZEROLLE, Lorraine; ANTROBUS, Emma; BENNETT, Sarah et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 1, pp 33-63, issn 0011-1384, 31 p.Article

GROUP COHESIVENESS, GANG MEMBER PRESTIGE, AND DELINQUENCY AND VIOLENCE IN CHICAGO, 1959―1962HUGHES, Lorine A.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 4, pp 795-832, issn 0011-1384, 38 p.Article

HIGH TIMES FOR HATE CRIMES: EXPLAINING THE TEMPORAL CLUSTERING OF HATE-MOTIVATED OFFENDINGKING, Ryan D; SUTTON, Gretchen M.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 4, pp 871-894, issn 0011-1384, 24 p.Article

THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF BEING STOPPED OR ARRESTED: AN EXPLORATION OF THE LABELING MECHANISMS THROUGH WHICH POLICE CONTACT LEADS TO SUBSEQUENT DELINQUENCYWILEY, Stephanie Ann; SLOCUM, Lee Ann; ESBENSEN, Finn-Aage et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 2013, Vol 51, Num 4, pp 927-966, issn 0011-1384, 40 p.Article

The impact of enhanced prison terms for felonies committed with gunsMARVELL, T.B; MOODY, C.E.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1995, Vol 33, Num 2, pp 247-281, issn 0011-1384Article

Boot camp prisons and recidivism in eight statesLAYTON MACKENZIE, D; BRAME, R; MCDOWALL, D et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1995, Vol 33, Num 3, pp 327-357, issn 0011-1384Article

Family deviance and delinquency in ChinaLENINGZHANG; MESSNER, S.F.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1995, Vol 33, Num 3, pp 359-387, issn 0011-1384Article

Specific deterrence in a sample of affenders convicted of white-collar crimesWEISBURD, D; WARING, E; CHAYET, E et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1995, Vol 33, Num 4, pp 587-607, issn 0011-1384Article

A general paradigm for understanding criminal behavior: extending evolutionary ecological theoryVILA, B.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1994, Vol 32, Num 3, pp 311-359, issn 0011-1384Article

Delinquent pears, beliefs, and deliquent behavior: a longitudinal test of interactional theoryTHORNBERRY, T. P; LIZOTTE, A. J; KROHN, M. D et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1994, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 47-83, issn 0011-1384Article

On the initiation and continuation of delinquencySMITH, D.A; BRAME, R.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1994, Vol 32, Num 4, pp 607-629, issn 0011-1384Article

Deinstitutionalization of juvenile offendersGOTTFREDSON, D. C; BARTON, W. H.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1993, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 591-611, issn 0011-1384Article

Gangs, drugs, and delinquency in a survey of Urban YouthESBENSEN, F.-A; HUIZINGA, D.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1993, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 565-589, issn 0011-1384Article

Probation and parole: public risk and the future of incarceration alternativesGEERKEN, M. R; HAYES, H. D.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1993, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 549-564, issn 0011-1384Article

Race and Crime in Postwar America : Determinants of African-American and White Rates, 1957-1988LAFREE, G; DRASS, K. A; O'DAY, P et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1992, Vol 30, Num 2, pp 157-188, issn 0011-1384Article

School Bonding, Race, and DelinquencyCERNKOVICH, S. A; GIORDANO, P. C.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1992, Vol 30, Num 2, pp 261-291, issn 0011-1384Article

Constitutive Criminology : the Maturation of Critical TheoryHENRY, S; MILOVANOVIC, D.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1991, Vol 29, Num 2, pp 293-316, issn 0011-1384Article

Citizen-Based Crime Control Activity and Victimization Risks : An Examination of Displacement and Free-Rider EffectsMIETHE, T. D.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1991, Vol 29, Num 3, pp 419-439, issn 0011-1384Article

Sex Ratios and Rape Rates : A Power Control TheoryO'BRIEN, R. M.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1991, Vol 29, Num 1, pp 99-113, issn 0011-1384Article

A Human Science Approach or More Punishment And Pessimism : A Rejoinder to Lab and WhiteheadANDREWS, D. A; ZINGER, I; HOGE, R. D et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1990, Vol 28, Num 3, pp 419-429, issn 0011-1384Article

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