Diverse topics addressed in this collection include crime prevention; gender and crime; socio-legal studies and the US justice system; research methods; and societal, global, and regional issues of criminalization.
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Geopolitical Factors Influencing Crime
- The Science of Human Rights, War Crimes, and Humanitarian Emergencies
- The Politics of Crime, Punishment, and Social Order in East Asia
- Immigration, Crime, and Victimization: Rhetoric and Reality
- Immigration and Crime: Assessing a Contentious Issue
Crime Reduction and Crime Prevention
- Deterrence: A Review of the Evidence by a Criminologist for Economists
- Justice Policy Reform for High-Risk Juveniles: Using Science to Achieve Large-Scale Crime Reduction
- Effectiveness and Social Costs of Public Area Surveillance for Crime Prevention
- Breaking Bad: Two Decades of Life-Course Data Analysis in Criminology, Developmental Psychology, and Beyond
Criminalization and Its Impact
- Explaining Criminalization: From Demography and Status Politics to Globalization and Modernization
- Sociolegal Approaches to the Study of Guilty Pleas and Prosecution
- White-Collar Crime: A Review of Recent Developments and Promising Directions for Future Research
Gender Identity and Crime
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