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Gangs and delinquency-Exploring police estimates of gang membershipCHESNEY-LIND, M; ROCKHILL, A; MARKER, N et al.Crime, law and social change. 1994, Vol 21, Num 3, pp 201-228, issn 0925-4994Article

The prediction of males' adolescent and adult offending from school experienceLE BLANC, M; VALLIERES, E; MACDUFF, P et al.Canadian journal of criminology. 1993, Vol 35, Num 4, pp 459-478, issn 0704-9722Article

The prediction of males' adolescent and adult offending from school experienceLE BLANC, M; VALLIERES, E; MACDUFF, P et al.Canadian journal of criminology. 1993, Vol 35, Num 4, pp 459-478, issn 0704-9722Article

L'intercommunalité : un atout pour la prévention de la délinquance : perspectives et prospective : rapportLE DORH, Marc; MECHERI, Hervé; DESCHAMPS, Michel et al.2011, 92 p.Report

Descriptions and predictions: three problems for the future of criminological researchMCCORD, J.Journal of research in crime and delinquency. 1993, Vol 30, Num 4, pp 412-425, issn 0022-4278Article

Les enquêtes de victimation en milieu scolaire: Leçons critiques et innovations méthodologiques = Victimation surveys in schools:; some criticisms and methodological innovationsDEBARBIEUX, Eric.Déviance et société (Revue). 2004, Vol 28, Num 3, pp 317-333, issn 0378-7931, 17 p.Article

Linking time and place: dynamic contextualism and the future of criminological inquirySAMPSON, R. J.Journal of research in crime and delinquency. 1993, Vol 30, Num 4, pp 426-444, issn 0022-4278Article

Linking time and place: dynamic contextualism and the future of criminological inquirySAMPSON, R. J.Journal of research in crime and delinquency. 1993, Vol 30, Num 4, pp 426-444, issn 0022-4278Article

Descriptions and predictions: three problems for the future of criminological researchMCCORD, J.Journal of research in crime and delinquency. 1993, Vol 30, Num 4, pp 412-425, issn 0022-4278Article

The Interactive Effects of Peer Variables on DelinquencyAGNEW, R.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1991, Vol 29, Num 1, pp 47-72, issn 0011-1384Article

Distinguishing characteristics of effective and ineffective after-school programs to prevent delinquency and victimizationGOTTFREDSON, Denise C; CROSS, Amanda; SOULE, David A et al.Criminology & public policy. 2007, Vol 6, Num 2, pp 289-336, issn 1538-6473, 48 p.Article

Understanding crime rates. On the interactions between the rational choices of victims and offendersVAN DIJK, J. J. M.British journal of criminology, delinquency and deviant social behaviour. 1994, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 105-121, issn 0007-0955Article

Wieder eine Chance für den Täter? = A new chance for offenders? = Une nouvelle chance pour les délinquants ?RUDOLPH, M.Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Technischen Universität Dresden. 1999, Vol 48, Num 3, pp 48-52, issn 0043-6925Article

Reconsidering strain theory: opperationalization, rival theories, and adult criminalityBURTON, V. S; CULLEN, F. T; EVANS, T. D et al.Journal of quantitative criminology. 1994, Vol 10, Num 3, pp 213-239, issn 0748-4518Article

Young adult offenders, alcohol and criminological cul-de-sacsPARKER, H.British journal of criminology, delinquency and deviant social behaviour. 1996, Vol 36, Num 2, pp 282-298, issn 0007-0955Article

Alcohol Use and Offence Type in Young OffendersCOOKSON, H. M.British Journal of Criminology. 1992, Vol 32, Num 3, pp 352-360Article

Religion, attribution style, and punitiveness toward juvenile offendersGRASMICK, H. G; MCGILL, A. L.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1994, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 23-46, issn 0011-1384Article

A meta-analysis of the predictors of adult offender recidivism: what works !GENDREAU, P; LITTLE, T; COGGIN, C et al.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1996, Vol 34, Num 4, pp 575-607, issn 0011-1384Article

The social embeddedness of crime and unemploymentHAGAN, J.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1993, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 465-491, issn 0011-1384Article

The social embeddedness of crime and unemploymentHAGAN, J.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1993, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 465-491, issn 0011-1384Article

Conditions of successful reintegration ceremonics Dealing with juvenile offendersBRAITHWAITE, J; MUGFORD, S.British journal of criminology, delinquency and deviant social behaviour. 1994, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 139-171, issn 0007-0955Article

Onset of official deliquency. Its co-occurrence in time with educational, behavioural and interpersonal problemsSTATTIN, H; MAGNUSSON, D.British journal of criminology, delinquency and deviant social behaviour. 1995, Vol 35, Num 3, pp 417-449, issn 0007-0955Article

Les classifications psychologiques d'auteurs d'infractions à caractère sexuel : Une approche critique de la littérature = Psychological classifications of sex offenders : a critical approachADAM, Ch.Déviance et société (Revue). 2006, Vol 30, Num 2, pp 233-261, issn 0378-7931, 29 p.Article

Measuring Lambda Through Self-ReportsHORNEY, J; MARSHALL, I. H.Criminology (Beverly Hills). 1991, Vol 29, Num 3, pp 471-495, issn 0011-1384Article

Consommation de psychotropes, activités délictuelles et placement des adolescents en centre de réadaptationGROULX, F; BROCHU, S; POUPART, J et al.sd, 116 p.Book

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