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Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency back issues
Inmate lifestyles and opportunities for victimization.
November 1, 1998... The successful control and treatment of incarcerated offenders depends in part on the ability to control inmate-on-inmate crime (Albany Law Review Staff 1972; Bowker 1980; Cohen, Cole, and Bailey 1976; Eichenthal and Jacobs 1991; Irwin 1980). Possible influences on an inmate's likelihood...
The impact of an arrest on the job stability of young white American men.
November 1, 1998... Traditionally, criminologists have measured the impact of employment problems on criminal activity (Chiricos 1987). More recently, criminologists have also begun to consider the possibility that the causality is bidirectional. Discussions of how crime itself might lead to employment...
Gender and victimization risk among young women in gangs.
November 1, 1998... An underdeveloped area in the gang literature is the relationship between gang participation and victimization risk. There are notable reasons to consider the issue significant. We now have strong evidence that delinquent lifestyles are associated with increased risk of victimization...
Female-female criminal assault: an evolutionary perspective.
November 1, 1998... Fascination with male-male assault has been widespread in the social sciences. The archetypal "Saturday night brawl" has been described in terms of sequential structure (Felson 1982), its proximal triggers (Toch 1969), its relationship to alcohol consumption (Pernanen 1976), its inherent...
Assessing the effects of school-based drug education: a six-year multilevel analysis of project D.A.R.E.
November 1, 1998... Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is the most popular school-based drug education program in the United States. It is administered in about 70 percent of the nation's school districts, reaching 25 million students in 1996, and has been adopted in 44 foreign countries (Law...