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    British Journal of Criminology

    British Journal of Criminology

    2000, Vol.40                 

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    British Journal of Criminology, 2000, Vol.40

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Randall McGowen

    Revisiting the Hanging Tree

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-13

    Carolyn Hoyle, Andrew Sanders

    Police Response to Domestic Violence

    No.1, January

    pp. 14-36

    Joanna Phoenix

    Prostitute Identities

    No.1, January

    pp. 37-55

    Keith Soothill, BARRY SANDERSON, ELIZABETH ACKERLEY

    Sex Offenders: Specialists, Generalists- or Both?

    No.1, January

    pp. 56-67

    Aogan Mulcahy

    Policing History

    No.1, January

    pp. 68-87

    Graham Ellison

    Reflecting All Shades of Opinion

    No.1, January

    pp. 88-111

    Michael J. Lynch, PAUL STRETESKY, PAUL HAMMOND

    Media Coverage of Chemical Crimes, Hillsborough County, Florida, 1987- 97

    No.1, January

    pp. 112-126

    John Pratt

    The Return of the Wheelbarrow Men; or, the Arrival of Postmodern Penality?

    No.1, January

    pp. 127-145

    FIONA HAINES, ADAM SUTTON

    Criminology as Religion?

    No.1, January

    pp. 146-162

    DAVID GARLAND, RICHARD SPARKS

    Criminology, Social Theory and the Challenge of our Times

    No.2, March

    pp. 189-204

    Zygmunt Bauman

    SOCIAL ISSUES OF LAW AND ORDER

    No.2, March

    pp.205-221

    JOHN BRAITHWAITE

    THE NEW REGULATORY STATE AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF CRIMINOLOGY

    No.2, March

    pp. 222-238

    Maureen Cain

    ORIENTALISM, OCCIDENTALISM AND THE SOCIOLOGY OF CRIME

    No.2, March

    pp. 239-260

    Michaelis Lianos

    Dangerization and the End of Deviance The Institutional Environment

    No.2, March

    pp. 261-278

    Paul Hirst

    Statism, Pluralism and Social Control

    No.2, March

    pp. 279-295

    Dario Melossi

    Changing Representations of the Criminal

    No.2, March

    pp. 296-320

    Nikolas Rose

    Government and Control

    No.2, March

    pp. 321-339

    David Garland

    The Culture of High Crime Societies

    No.3, June

    pp. 347-375

    Paul Ekblom, NICK TILLEY

    Going Equipped

    No.3, June

    pp. 376-398

    STEPHEN FARRALL, JON BANNISTER, JASON DITTON, ELIZABETH GILCHRIST

    Social Psychology and the Fear of Crime

    No.3, June

    pp. 399-413

    Christina Pantazis

    "Fear of Crime", Vulnerability and Poverty

    No.3, June

    pp. 414-436

    MARTIN KILLIAS, CHRISTIAN CLERICI

    Different Measures of Vulnerability in their Relation to Different Dimensions of Fear of Crime

    No.3, June

    pp. 437-450

    Marian Tulloch

    The Meaning of age Differences in the Fear of Crime

    No.3, June

    pp. 451-467

    R. I. MAWBY, P. BRUNT, Z. HAMBLY

    Fear of Crime among British Holidaymakers

    No.3, June

    pp. 468-479

    TIM PHILLIPS, PHILIP SMITH

    Police Violence Occasioning Citizen Complaint

    No.3, June

    pp. 480-496

    JAMES ELANDER, MICHAEL RUTTER, EMILY SIMONOFF, ANDREW PICKLES

    Explanations for Apparent Late Onset Criminality in a High- Risk Sample of Children Followed up in Adult Life

    No.3, June

    pp. 497-509

    Kelly Hannah-Moffat

    Prisons that Empower

    No.3, June

    pp. 510-531

    Monique Marks

    Transforming Police Organizations from Within

    No.4, September

    pp. 557-573

    Alina Korn

    Crime and Legal Control

    No.4, September

    pp. 574-593

    CAROLINE BALL, JO CONNOLLY

    Educationally Disaffected Young Offenders

    No.4, September

    pp. 594-616

    IAN WATERS, KATIE BROWN

    Police Complaints and the Complainants Experience

    No.4, September

    pp. 617-638

    NADIA JOANNE BRITTON

    RACE AND POLICING

    No.4, September

    pp. 639-658

    Tim Prenzler

    Civilian Oversight of Police

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 659-674

    NICHOLAS R. FYFE, HEATHER MCKAY

    Desperately Seeking Safety

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 675-691

    Jason Ditton

    Crime and the City

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 692-709

    Mark Neocleous

    Social Police and the Mechanisms of Prevention

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 710-726

    R. D. MACKAY, DAVID MACHIN

    The Operation of Section 48 of the Mental Health Act 1983

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 727-745

    ROSALYN HARPER, RACHEL MURPHY

    AN ANALYSIS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 746-749

    British Journal of Criminology, 2001, Vol.41

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    WILLY PEDERSEN

    Adolescent Victims of Violence in a Welfare State: Sociodemography, Ethnicity and Risk Behaviours

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-21

    HEATHER JUBY, DAVID P. FARRINGTON

    Disentangling the Link between Disrupted Families and Delinquency Sociodemography, Ethnicity and Risk Behaviours

    No.1, January

    pp. 22-40

    IAN LOADER, AOGAN MULCAHY

    THE POWER OF LEGITIMATE NAMING

    No.1, January

    pp. 41-65

    Mark Findlay

    Juror Comprehension and Complexity: Strategies to Enhance Understanding

    No.1, January

    pp. 56-76

    Paul Moyle

    Separating the Allocation of Punishment from its Administration Theoretical and Empirical Observations

    No.1, January

    pp. 77-100

    RICHARD J. STEVENSON, LUBICA M. V. FORSYTHE, DON WEATHERBURN

    The Stolen Goods Market in New South Wales, Australia: An Analysis of Disposal Avenues and Tactics

    No.1, January

    pp. 101-118

    DAVID BEST, CLARE SIDWELL, MICHAEL GOSSOP, JENNY HARRIS, JOHN STRANG

    Crime and Expenditure amongst Polydrug Misusers Seeking Treatment: The Connection between Prescribed Methadone and Crack Use, and Criminal Involvement

    No.1, January

    pp. 119-126

    Ziggy MacDonald

    Revisiting the Dark Figure: A Microeconometric Analysis of the Under-reporting of Property Crime and Its Implications

    No.1, January

    pp. 127-149

    George Pavlich

    Critical Genres and Radical Criminology in Britain: A Microeconometric Analysis of the Under- reporting of Property Crime and Its Implications

    No.1, January

    pp. 150-167

    Lisa L. Miller

    Looking for Postmodernism in all the Wrong Places: Implementing a New Penology

    No.1, January

    pp. 168-184

    Barry Vaughan

    Handle with Care: On the Use of Structuration Theory within Criminology

    No.1, January

    pp. 185-200

    Andrew Finch

    Homicide in Contemporary Japan

    No.2, March

    pp. 219-235

    David Halpern

    Moral Values, Social Trust and Inequality: Can Values Explain Crime?

    No.2, March

    pp. 236-251

    IAN LOADER, AOGAN MULCAHY

    The Power of Legitimate Naming: Part II Making Sense of the Elite Police Voice

    No.2, March

    pp. 252-265

    KATE A. PAINTER, DAVID P. FARRINGTON

    Evaluating Situational Crime Prevention Using a Young People's Survey Part II Making Sense of the Elite Police Voice

    No.2, March

    pp. 266-284

    CAROLINE FRIENDSHIP, DAVID THORNTON

    Sexual Reconviction for Sexual Offenders Discharged from Prison in England and Wales Implications for Evaluating Treatment

    No.2, March

    pp. 285-292

    ALLAN J. BRIMICOMBE, MARTIN P. RALPHS, ALICE SAMPSON, HOI YUEN TSUI

    An Analysis of the Role of Neighbourhood Ethnic Composition in the Geographical Distribution of Racially Motivated Incidents Implications for Evaluating Treatment

    No.2, March

    pp. 293-308

    ALAN T. MURRAY, INGRID MCGUFFOG, JOHN S. WESTERN, PATRICK MULLINS

    Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis Techniques for Examining Urban Crime Implications for Evaluating Treatment

    No.2, March

    pp. 309-329

    J. H. RATCLIFFE, M. J. MCCULLAGH

    Chasing Ghosts? Police Perception of High Crime Areas

    No.2, March

    pp. 330-341

    Jacqueline Hodgson

    The Police, the Prosecutor and the Juge D'Instruction Judicial Supervision in France, Theory and Practice

    No.2, March

    pp. 342-361

    Denis Jones

    "Misjudged Youth" A Critique of the Audit Commission's Reports on Youth Justice

    No.2, March

    pp. 362-380

    L. BLAKE, R. T. COUPE

    The Impact of Single and Two- Officer Patrols on Catching Burglars in the Act A Critique of the Audit Commission's Reports on Youth Justice

    No.2, March

    pp. 381-396

    ALISON LIEBLING, BETSY STANKO

    Allegiance and Ambivalence. Some Dilemmas in Researching Disorder and Violence

    No.3, June

    pp. 421-430

    Mary Bosworth

    The Past as a Foreign Country? Some Methodological Implications of Doing Historical Criminology

    No.3, June

    pp. 431-442

    MICHELE J. BURMAN, SUSAN A. BATCHELOR, JANE A. BROWN

    Researching Girls and Violence. Facing the Dilemmas of Fieldwork

    No.3, June

    pp. 443-459

    JONATHAN GABE, DAVID DENNEY, RAYMOND M. LEE, MARY ANN ELSTON, MARIA O BEIRNE

    Researching Professional Discourses on Violence

    No.3, June

    pp. 460-471

    Alison Liebling

    Whose Side are We on? Theory, Practice and Allegiances in Prisons Research

    No.3, June

    pp. 472-484

    SHARON PICKERING

    Undermining the Sanitized Account. Violence and Emotionality in the Field in Northern Ireland

    No.3, June

    pp. 485-501

    SYLVIA WALBY, ANDREW MYHILL

    New Survey Methodologies in Researching Violence Against Women

    No.3, June

    pp. 502-522

    Louise Westmarland

    Blowing the Whistle on Police Violence. Gender, Ethnography and Ethics

    No.3, June

    pp. 523-535

    SIMON WINLOW, DICK HOBBS, STUART LISTER, PHILIP HADFIELD

    Get Ready to Duck. Bouncers and the Realities of Ethnographic Research on Violent Groups

    No.3, June

    pp. 536-548

    Nigel Coles

    It's Not What You Know- It's Who You Know That Counts. Analysing Serious Crime Groups as Social Networks

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 580-594

    Dick Hobbs

    The Firm. Organizational Logic and Criminal Culture on a Shifting Terrain

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 549-560

    PIERRE TREMBLAY, BERNARD TALON, DOUG HURLEY

    Body Switching and Related Adaptations in the Resale of Stolen Vehicles. Script Elaborations and Aggregate Crime Learning Curves

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 561-579

    TIM HOPE, JANE BRYAN, ALAN TRICKETT, DENISE R. OSBORN

    The Phenomena of Multiple Victimization. The Relationship between Personal and Property Crime Risk

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 595-617

    Manuel Eisner

    Modernization, Self Control and Lethal Violence. The Long term Dynamics of European Homicide Rates in Theoretical Perspective

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 618-638

    Felipe Estrada

    Juvenile Violence as a Social Problem. Trends, Media Attention and Societal Response

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 639-655

    KAREN JOE LAIDLER, GEOFFREY HUNT

    Accomplishing Femininity Among the Girls in the Gang

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 656-678

    Jan Jordan

    Worlds Apart? Women, Rape and the Police Reporting Process

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 679-706

    ADAM CRAWFORD, JILL ENTERKIN

    Victim Contact Work in the Probation Service. Paradigm Shift or Pandora's Box?

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 707-725

    BRIAN FRANCIS, KEITH SOOTHILL, REGINA DITTRICH

    A New Approach for Ranking "Serious" Offences. The Use of Paired Comparisons Methodology

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 726-737

    DAVID BEST, JOHN STRANG, TRACY BESWICK

    Assessment of a Concentrated, High Profile Police Operation. No Discernible Impact on Drug Availability, Price or Purity

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 738-745

    British Journal of Criminology, 2002, Vol.42

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    ELOISE DUNLAP, ANDREW GOLUB, BRUCE D. JOHNSON, DAMARIS WESLEY

    Intergenerational Transmission of Conduct Norms for Drugs, Sexual Exploitation and Violence: A Case Study

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-20

    Letizia Paoli

    The Development of an Illegal Market. Drug Consumption and Trade in Post Soviet Russia

    No.1, January

    pp. 21-39

    ERIC P. BAUMER, RICHARD WRIGHT, KRISTRUN KRISTINSDOTTIR, HELGI GUNNLAUGSSON

    Crime, Shame, and Recidivism. The Case of Iceland

    No.1, January

    pp. 40-59

    Thomas Ohlemacher

    Racketeering and Restaurateurs in Germany. Perceived Deficiencies in Crime Control and Effects on Confidence in Democracy

    No.1, January

    pp. 60-76

    Mark Brown

    Crime, Governance and the Company Raj. The Discovery of Thuggee

    No.1, January

    pp. 77-95

    Vincenzo Ruggiero

    Moby Dick and the Crimes of the Economy

    No.1, January

    pp. 96-108

    ANDROMACHI TSELONI, DENISE R. OSBORN, ALAN TRICKETT, KEN PEASE

    Modelling Property Crime Using the British Crime Survey. What Have We Learnt?

    No.1, January

    pp. 109-128

    TREVOR JONES, TIM NEWBURN

    The Transformation of Policing? Understanding Current Trends in Policing Systems

    No.1, January

    pp. 129-146

    Nigel G. Fielding

    Theorizing Community Policing

    No.1, January

    pp. 147-163

    Colin Knox

    "See No Evil, Hear No Evil". Insidious Paramilitary Violence in Northern Ireland

    No.1, January

    pp. 164-185

    Gail Kellough, Scot Wortly

    Remand for Plea. Bail Decisions and Plea Bargaining as Commensurate Decisions

    No.1, January

    pp. 186-210

    Frank Dikotter

    The Promise of Repentance. Prison Reform in Modern China

    No.2, March

    pp. 240-249

    Mayling M. Chu

    Incarcerated Chinese Men. Their Life Experiences and Criminal Onset

    No.2, March

    pp. 250-266

    HONG LU, TERANCE D. MIETHE

    Legal Representation and Criminal Processing in China

    No.2, March

    pp. 267-280

    Kam C. Wong

    Policing in the People's Republic of China. The Road to Reform in the 1990s

    No.2, March

    pp. 281-316

    FRANK DIKOTTER, LARS LAAMANN, ZHOU XUN

    Narcotic Culture. A Social History of Drug Consumption in China

    No.2, March

    pp. 317-336

    VOLKAN TOPALLI, RICHARD WRIGHT, ROBERT FORNANGO

    Drug Dealers, Robbery and Retaliation. Vulnerability, Deterrence and the Contagion of Violence

    No.2, March

    pp. 337-351

    DICK HOBBS, PHILIP HADFIELD, STUART LISTER, SIMON WINLOW

    "DOOR LORE": The Art and Economics of Intimidation

    No.2, March

    pp. 352-370

    ROGER HOOD, STEPHEN SHUTE, MARTINA FEILZER, AIDAN WILCOX

    Sex Offenders Emerging from Long Term Imprisonment. A Study of Their Long term Reconviction Rates and of Parole Board Members' Judgements of Their Risk

    No.2, March

    pp. 371-394

    Robert Svensson

    Strategic Offences in the Criminal Career Context

    No.2, March

    pp. 395-411

    GEMMA KOTHARI, JOHN MARSDEN, JOHN STRANG

    Opportunities and Obstacles for Effective Treatment of Drug Misusers in the Criminal Justice System in England and Wales

    No.2, March

    pp. 412-432

    I. SUTHERLAND, J. P. SHEPHERD

    A Personality Based Model of Adolescent Violence

    No.2, March

    pp. 433-441

    CAROLINE FRIENDSHIP, ANTHONY R. BEECH, KEVIN D. BROWNE

    Reconviction as an Outcome Measure in Research. A Methodological Note

    No.2, March

    pp. 442-444

    ADAM CRAWFORD, TIM NEWBURN

    Recent Developments in Restorative Justice for Young People in England and Wales: Community Participation and Representation

    No.3, June

    pp. 476-495

    Ann Skelton

    Restorative Justice as a Framework for Juvenile Justice Reform: A South African Perspective

    No.3, June

    pp. 496-513

    Declan Roche

    Restorative Justice and the Regulatory State in South African Townships

    No.3, June

    pp. 514-533

    KIERAN MCEVOY, HARRY MIKA

    Restorative Justice and the Critique of Informalism in Northern Ireland

    No.3, June

    pp. 534-562

    John Braithwaite

    Setting Standards for Restorative Justice

    No.3, June

    pp. 563-577

    Andrew Ashworth

    Responsibilities, Rights and Restorative Justice

    No.3, June

    pp. 578-595

    Allison Morris

    Critiquing the Critics: A Brief Response to Critics of Restorative Justice

    No.3, June

    pp. 596-615

    Barbara Hudson

    Restorative Justice and Gendered Violence: Diversion or Effective Justice?

    No.3, June

    pp. 616-634

    EUGENE MCLAUGHLIN, ANJA JOHANSEN

    A Force For Change? The Prospects for Applying Restorative Justice to Citizen Complaints against the Police in England and Wales

    No.3, June

    pp. 635-653

    Martin Wright

    The Court as Last Resort: Victim Sensitive, Community Based Responses to Crime

    No.3, June

    pp. 654-667

    Martin Innes

    The "Process Structures" of Police Homicide Investigations

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 669-688

    Brian Rappert

    Constructions of Legitimate Force. The Case of CS Sprays

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 689-708

    Sergio Herzog

    Empirical Analysis of Motor Vehicle Theft in Israel, 1990- 97

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 709-728

    Jon Gunnar Bernburg

    Anomie, Social Change and Crime. A Theoretical Examination of Institutional Anomie Theory

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 729-742

    Wendy Chan, George. S. Rigakos

    Risk, Crime and Gender

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 743-761

    Dermot Feenan

    Legal Issues in Acquiring Information about Illegal Behaviour Through Criminological Research

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 762-781

    Matt Hopkins

    Crimes Against Businesses: The Way Forward for Future Research

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 782-797

    Natasha Semmens, Jennifer Dillane, Jason Ditton

    Preliminary Findings on Seasonality and the Fear of Crime. A Research Note

    No.4, Sep

    pp. 798-806

    British Journal of Criminology, 2003, Vol.43

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Claire Valier

    Foreigners, Crime and Changing Mobilities

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-21

    Uberto Gatti, Richard E. Tremblay, Denis Larocque

    Civic Community and Juvenile Delinquency. A Study of the Regions of Italy

    No.1, January

    pp. 22-40

    Ian O'Donnell, Eoin O'Sullivan

    The Politics of Intolerance- Irish Style

    No.1, January

    pp. 41-62

    Gros, Jean Germain

    Trouble in Paradise. Crime and Collapsed States in the Age of Globalization

    No.1, January

    pp. 63-80

    R. T. Naylor

    Towards a General Theory of Profit Driven Crimes

    No.1, January

    pp. 81-101

    Mariana Valverde, Miomir Cirak

    Governing Bodies, Creating Gay Spaces. Policing and Security Issues in "Gay" Downtown Toronto

    No.1, January

    pp. 102-121

    Erin Gibbs Van Brunschot

    Freedom and Integrity. Relationships and Assault

    No.1, January

    pp. 122-140

    Kirstine Hansen

    Education and the Crime- Age Profile

    No.1, January

    pp. 141-168

    David J. Smith, Susan McVie

    Theory and Method in the Edinburgh Study of Youth Transitions and Crime

    No.1, January

    pp. 169-195

    Andromachi Tseloni, Ken Pease

    Repeat Personal Victimization. "Boosts" or "Flags"?

    No.1, January

    pp. 195-212

    Christina Demetriou, Andrew Silke

    A Criminological Internet "Sting". Experimental Evidence of Illegal and Deviant Visits to a Website Trap

    No.1, January

    pp. 213-222

    Vaseekaran Sivarajasingam, Jonathan P. Shepherd, Kent Matthews, Sally Jones

    Violence related Injury Data in England and Wales. An Alternative Data Source on Violence

    No.1, January

    pp. 223-227

    Coretta Phillips, Benjamin Bowling

    Racism, Ethnicity and Criminology. Developing Minority Perspectives

    No.2, March

    pp. 269-290

    Richard Rosenfeld, Bruce A. Jacobs, Richard Wright

    Snitching and the Code of the Street

    No.2, March

    pp. 291-309

    Carolyn Strange

    Masculinities, Intimate Femicide and The Death Penalty in Australia, 1890- 1920

    No.2, March

    pp. 310-339

    Barry Godfrey

    Counting and Accounting for the Decline in Non Lethal Violence in England, Australia, and New Zealand, 1880- 1920

    No.2, March

    pp. 340-353

    Laureen Snider

    Constituting the Punishable Woman. Atavistic Man Incarcerates Postmodern Woman

    No.2, March

    pp. 354-378

    Willem de Lint

    Keeping Open Windows. Police as Access Brokers

    No.2, March

    pp. 379-397

    Frank M. Weerman

    Co offending as Social Exchange. Explaining Characteristics of Co offending

    No.2, March

    pp. 398-416

    Derek Chadee, Jasson Ditton

    Are Older People Most Afraid of Crime? Revisiting Ferraro and LaGrange in Trinidad

    No.2, March

    pp. 417-433

    Carla Cesaroni, Anthony N. Doob

    The Decline in Support for Penal Welfarism. Evidence of Support among the Elite for Punitive Segregation

    No.2, March

    pp. 434-441

    Sheldon Zhang, Ko lin Chin

    The Declining Significance of Triad Societies in Transnational Illegal Activities. A Structural Deficiency Perspective

    No.3, June

    pp. 469-488

    Neal Shover, Glenn S. Coffey, Dick Hobbs

    Crime on the Line. Telemarketing and the Changing Nature of Professional Crime

    No.3, June

    pp. 489-505

    Ellen Benoit, Doris Randolph, Bruce Johnson, Eloise Dunlap

    Code Switching and Inverse Imitation among Marijuana using Crack Sellers

    No.3, June

    pp. 506-525

    Bonnie S. Fisher, Andrew R. P. Wilkes

    A Tale of Two Ivory Towers. A Comparative Analysis of Victimization Rates and Risks between University Students in the United States and England

    No.3, June

    pp. 526-545

    Kathryn Graham, Samantha Wells

    "Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked in Tonight!" Aggression Among Young Males in Bars- A Question of Values?

    No.3, June

    pp. 546-566

    Caroline Chatwin

    Drug Policy Developments within the European Union. The Destabilizing Effects of Dutch and Swedish Drug Policies

    No.3, June

    pp. 567-582

    Susan J. Lea, Ursula Lanvers, Steve Shaw

    Attrition in Rape Cases. Developing a Profile and Identifying Relevant Factors

    No.3, June

    pp. 583-599

    Ute Gabriel, Werner Greve

    The Psychology of Fear of Crime. Conceptual and Methodological Perspectives

    No.3, June

    pp. 600-614

    Michael Townsley, Ross Homel, Janet Chaseling

    Infectious Burglaries. A Test of the Near Repeat Hypothesis

    No.3, June

    pp. 615-633

    Anders Nilsson, Felipe Estrada

    Victimization, Inequality and Welfare During an Economic Recession: A Study of Self- Reported Victimization in Sweden 1988- 99

    No.4, October

    pp. 655-672

    Bruce A. Jacobs,Volkan Topalli, Richard Wright

    Carjacking, Streetlife and Offender Motivation

    No.4, October

    pp. 673-688

    Myrna Dawson

    The Cost of "Lost" Intimacy: The Effect of Relationship State on Criminal Justice Decision Making

    No.4, October

    pp. 689-709

    Coretta Phillips

    Who's Who in the Pecking Order?: Aggression and "Normal Violence" in the Lives of Girls and Boys

    No.4, October

    pp. 710-728

    Heather Y. Swanston, Patrick N. Parkinson, Brian I. O'Toole, Angela M. Plunkett, Sandra Shrimpton, R. Kim Oates

    Juvenile Crime, Aggression and Delinquency After Sexual Abuse: A Longitudinal Study

    No.4, October

    pp. 729-749

    Ian O'Donnell

    A New Paradigm for Understanding Violence?: Testing the Limits of Lonnie Athens's Theory

    No.4, October

    pp. 750-771

    Michael Shiner

    Out of Harm's Way?: Illicit Drug Use, Medicalization and the Law

    No.4, October

    pp. 772-796

    Rebekah Doley

    Pyromania: Fact or Fiction?

    No.4, October

    pp. 797-807

    British Journal of Criminology, 2004, Vol.44

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    Eduardo Paes-Machado, Charles Levenstein

    "I'm Sorry Everybody, But This is Brazil": Armed Robbery on the Buses in Brazilian Cities

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-14

    Graham Smith

    Rethinking Police Complaints

    No.1, January

    pp. 15-33

    Ros Burnett, Catherine Appleton

    Joined- Up Services to Tackle Youth Crime: A Case- Study in England

    No.1, January

    pp. 34-54

    Shane D. Johnson, Kate J. Bowers

    The Stability of Space- Time Clusters of Burglary

    No.1, January

    pp. 55-65

    Andromachi Tseloni, Karin Wittebrood, Graham Farrell, Ken Pease

    Burglary Victimization in England and Wales, the United States and the Netherlands: A Cross-National Comparative Test of Routine Activities and Lifestyle Theories

    No.1, January

    pp. 66-91

    Julian V. Roberts, Thomas Gabor

    Living in the Shadow of Prison: Lessons from the Canadian Experience in Decarceration

    No.1, January

    pp. 92-112

    Maria O'Beirne, David Denney, Jonathan Gabe

    Fear of Violence as an Indicator of Risk in Probation Work: Its Impact on Staff Who Work with Known Violent Offenders

    No.1, January

    pp. 113-126

    Stephen Farrall, David Gadd

    Research Note: The Frequency of the Fear of Crime

    No.1, January

    pp. 127-132

    Reece Walters

    Criminology and Genetically Modified Food

    No.2, March

    pp. 151-167

    Felipe Estrada, Anders Nilsson

    Exposure to Threatening and Violent Behaviour Among Single Mothers: The Significance of Lifestyle, Neighbourhood and Welfare Situation

    No.2, March

    pp. 168-187

    Nina Cope

    Intelligence Led Policing or Policing Led Intelligence? : Integrating Volume Crime Analysis into Policing

    No.2, March

    pp. 188-203

    Ruth Lewis

    Making Justice Work: Effective Legal Interventions for Domestic Violence

    No.2, March

    pp. 204-224

    Michael Little, Joseph Kogan, Roger Bullock, Peter van der Laan

    ISSP: An Experiment in Multi- Systemic Responses to Persistent Young Offenders Known to Children's Services

    No.2, March

    pp. 225-240

    Ian O'Donnell

    Prison Rape in Context

    No.2, March

    pp. 241-255

    Moira Peelo, Brian Francis, Keith Soothill, Jayn Pearson, Elizabeth Ackerley

    Newspaper Reporting and the Public Construction of Homicide

    No.2, March

    pp. 256-275

    Yuk Yee Yan

    Seasonality of Property Crime in Hong Kong

    No.2, March

    pp. 276-283

    Trevor Bennett, Katy Holloway

    Gang Membership, Drugs and Crime in the UK

    No.3, May

    pp. 305-323

    Russell P. Dobash, Emerson Dobash

    Women's Violence to Men in Intimate Relationships: Working on a Puzzle

    No.3, May

    pp. 324-349

    Larry Ray, David Smith, Liz Wastell

    Shame, Rage and Racist Violence

    No.3, May

    pp. 350-368

    Paddy Hillyard, Joe Sim, Steve Tombs, Dave Whyte

    Leaving a "Stain upon the Silence": Contemporary Criminology and the Politics of Dissent

    No.3, May

    pp. 369-390

    Gerald Cromer

    "Children From Good Homes": Moral Panics about Middle- Class Delinquency

    No.3, May

    pp. 391-400

    Keith Soothill, Elizabeth Ackerley, Brian Francis

    Profiles of Crime Recruitment: Changing Patterns over Time

    No.3, May

    pp. 401-418

    Kate J. Bowers, Shane D. Johnson, Alex Hirschfield

    The Measurement of Crime Prevention Intensity and its Impact on Levels of Crime

    No.3, May

    pp. 419-440

    P. R. Marchant

    A Demonstration That the Claim That Brighter Lighting Reduces Crime Is Unfounded

    No.3, May

    pp. 441-447

    David P. Farrington, Brandon C. Welsh

    Measuring the Effects of Improved Street Lighting on Crime: A Reply to Dr Marchant

    No.3, May

    pp. 448-467

    Roger Hood

    Hermann Mannheim and Max Grيnhut: Criminological Pioneers in London and Oxford

    No.4, July

    pp. 469-495

    Simone Bull

    The Land of Murder, Cannibalism, and All Kinds of Atrocious Crimes?: Maori and Crime in New Zealand, 1853- 1919

    No.4, July

    pp. 496-519

    Henriette Haas, David P. Farrington, Martin Killias, Ghazala Sattar

    The Impact of Different Family Configurations on Delinquency

    No.4, July

    pp. 520-532

    Majid Yar, Sue Penna

    Between Positivism and Post- modernity?: Critical Reflections on Jock Young's The Exclusive Society

    No.4, July

    pp. 533-549

    Jock Young

    Crime and the Dialectics of Inclusion/ Exclusion: Some Comments on Yar and Penna

    No.4, July

    pp. 550-561

    Michael Kempa, Philip Stenning, Jennifer Wood

    Policing Communal Spaces: A Reconfiguration of the "Mass Private Property" Hypothesis

    No.4, July

    pp. 562-581

    Martin Gill, Geoff Taylor

    Preventing Money Laundering or Obstructing Business? Financial Companies' Perspectives on "Know Your Customer" Procedures

    No.4, July

    pp. 582-594

    Jason Ditton, Derek Chadee, Stephen Farrall, Elizabeth Gilchrist, Jon Bannister

    From Imitation To Intimidation- A Note on the Curious and Changing Relationship between the Media, Crime and Fear of Crime

    No.4, July

    pp. 595-610

    Kate J. Bowers, Shane D. Johnson, Ken Pease

    Prospective Hot- Spotting: The Future of Crime Mapping?

    No.5, September

    pp. 641-658

    John Hagan, Klaus Boehnke, Hans Merkens

    Gender Differences in Capitalization Processes and the Delinquency of Siblings in Toronto and Berlin

    No.5, September

    pp. 659-676

    Tim Newburn, Michael Shiner, Stephanie Hayman

    Race, Crime and Injustice?: Strip Search and the Treatment of Suspects in Custody

    No.5, September

    pp. 677-694

    Elaine Campbell

    Police Narrativity in the Risk Society

    No.5, September

    pp. 695-714

    Mark Israel

    Strictly Confidential?: Integrity and the Disclosure of Criminological and Socio- Legal Research

    No.5, September

    pp. 715-740

    Malcolm Davies, Jukka-Pekka Takala, Jane Tyrer

    Sentencing Burglars and Explaining the Differences Between Jurisdictions: Implications for Convergence

    No.5, September

    pp. 741-758

    Bill Forsythe

    Loneliness and Cellular Confinement in English Prisons 1878- 1921

    No.5, September

    pp. 759-770

    Sergio Herzog

    The Effect of Motive on Public Perceptions of the Seriousness of Murder in Israel

    No.5, September

    pp. 771-782

    Liz Jamieson, Pamela J. Taylor

    A Re- Conviction Study of Special (High Security) Hospital Patients

    No.5, September

    pp. 783-802

    Mark Halsey

    Against "Green" Criminology

    No.6, November

    pp. 833-853

    Simon Holdaway, Megan O'Neill

    The Development of Black Police Associations: Changing Articulations of Race within the Police

    No.6, November

    pp. 854-865

    Monique Marks

    Researching Police Transformation: The Ethnographic Imperative

    No.6, November

    pp. 866-888

    P. A. J. Waddington, Kevin Stenson, David Don

    In Proportion: Race, and Police Stop and Search

    No.6, November

    pp. 889-914

    Jeffrey G. Johnson, Elizabeth Smailes, Patricia Cohen, Stephanie Kasen, Judith S. Brook

    Anti- social Parental Behaviour, Problematic Parenting and Aggressive Offspring Behaviour During Adulthood: A 25- Year Longitudinal Investigation

    No.6, November

    pp. 915-930

    Andromachi Tseloni, Ken Pease

    Repeat Personal Victimization: Random Effects, Event Dependence and Unexplained Heterogeneity

    No.6, November

    pp. 931-945

    Jonathan Jackson

    Experience and Expression: Social and Cultural Significance in the Fear of Crime

    No.6, November

    pp. 946-966

    Ian Edwards

    An Ambiguous Participant: The Crime Victim and Criminal Justice Decision- Making

    No.6, November

    pp. 967-982

    British Journal of Criminology, 2005, Vol.45

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    Louisa Degenhardt, Elizabeth Conroy, Stuart Gilmour, Linette Collins

    The Effect of a Reduction in Heroin Supply in Australia upon Drug Distribution and Acquisitive Crime

    No.1, January

    pp. 2-24

    Emily Finch, Vanessa E. Munro

    Juror Stereotypes and Blame Attribution in Rape Cases Involving Intoxicants: The Findings of a Pilot Study

    No.1, January

    pp. 25-38

    Martin Innes, Nigel Fielding, Nina Cope

    "The Appliance of Science?": The Theory and Practice of Crime Intelligence Analysis

    No.1, January

    pp. 39-57

    Trevor Jones, Tim Newburn

    Comparative Criminal Justice Policy- Making in the United States and the United Kingdom: The Case of Private Prisons

    No.1, January

    pp. 58-80

    Sang-Weon Kim, William Alex Pridemore

    Social Change, Institutional Anomie and Serious Property Crime in Transitional Russia

    No.1, January

    pp. 81-97

    Tracey Sagar

    Street Watch: Concept and Practice: Civilian Participation in Street Prostitution Control

    No.1, January

    pp. 98-112

    Hamish Warburton, Tiggey May, Mike Hough

    Looking the other way: The Impact of Reclassifying Cannabis on Police Warnings, Arrests and Informal Action in England and Wales

    No.2, March

    pp. 113-128

    Jacqueline L. Schneider

    Stolen- Goods Markets: Methods of Disposal

    No.2, March

    pp. 129-140

    P. A. J. Waddington, Doug Badger, Ray Bull

    Appraising The Inclusive Definition Of Workplace Violence

    No.2, March

    pp. 141-164

    Michael Naughton

    Redefining Miscarriages Of Justice: A Revived Human- Rights Approach to Unearth Subjugated Discourses of Wrongful Criminal Conviction

    No.2, March

    pp. 165-182

    Allan Borowski, Mimi Ajzenstadt

    A Solution Without A Problem: Judges Perspectives on the Impacts of the Introduction of Public Defenders on Israel s Juvenile Courts

    No.2, March

    pp. 183-200

    Bronwyn Lind, Shuling Chen, Don Weatherburn, Richard Mattick

    The Effectiveness Of Methadone Maintenance Treatment In Controlling Crime: An Australian Aggregate- Level Analysis

    No.2, March

    pp. 201-211

    Robbie M. Sutton, Stephen Farrall

    Gender, Socially Desirable Responding and the Fear of Crime: Are Women Really More Anxious about Crime?

    No.2, March

    pp. 212-224

    Simon R. M. Mackenzie

    Dig a Bit Deeper: Law, Regulation and the Illicit Antiquities Market

    No.3, May

    pp. 249-268

    Volkan Topalli

    Criminal Expertise and Offender Decision- Making: An Experimental Analysis of How Offenders and Non- Offenders Differentially Perceive Social Stimuli

    No.3, May

    pp. 269-295

    Wim Bernasco, Paul Nieuwbeerta

    How Do Residential Burglars Select Target Areas?: A New Approach to the Analysis of Criminal Location Choice

    No.3, May

    pp. 296-315

    James W. Williams

    Reflections on the Private Versus Public Policing of Economic Crime

    No.3, May

    pp. 316-339

    Martin Silverstein

    What s Race Got to Do with Justice?: Responsibilization Strategies at Parole Hearings

    No.3, May

    pp. 340-354

    Chris Allen

    The Links between Heroin, Crack Cocaine and Crime: Where Does Street Crime Fit In?

    No.3, May

    pp. 355-372

    Anne-Marie McAlinden

    The Use of "Shame" with Sexual Offenders

    No.3, May

    pp. 373-394

    Jacqueline L. Schneider

    The Link between Shoplifting and Burglary: The Booster Burglar

    No.3, May

    pp. 395-401

    Tony Ward

    State Crime in the Heart of Darkness

    No.4, July

    pp. 434-445

    Ronald C. Kramer, Raymond J. Michalowski

    War, Aggression and State Crime: A Criminological Analysis of the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq

    No.4, July

    pp. 446-469

    Jude McCulloch, Sharon Pickering

    Suppressing the Financing of Terrorism: Proliferating State Crime, Eroding Censure and Extending Neo- colonialism

    No.4, July

    pp. 470-486

    Andrew M. Jefferson

    Reforming Nigerian Prisons: Rehabilitating a Deviant State

    No.4, July

    pp. 487-503

    Ruth Jamieson, Kieran McEvoy

    State Crime by Proxy and Juridical Othering

    No.4, July

    pp. 504-527

    Penny Green

    Disaster by Design: Corruption, Construction and Catastrophe

    No.4, July

    pp. 528-546

    Bill Rolston, Phil Scraton

    In the Full Glare of English Politics: Ireland, Inquiries and the British State

    No.4, July

    pp. 547-564

    Declan Roche

    Truth Commission Amnesties and the International Criminal Court

    No.4, July

    pp. 565-581

    Elizabeth Stanley

    Truth Commissions and the Recognition of State Crime

    No.4, July

    pp. 582-597

    MARTIN O BRIEN

    WHAT IS CULTURAL ABOUT CULTURAL CRIMINOLOGY?

    No.5

    pp. 599-612

    JIANHONG LIU

    CRIME PATTERNS DURING THE MARKET TRANSITION IN CHINA

    No.5

    pp. 613-633

    RAINER STROBL, JANA KLEMM, STEFANIE WURTZ

    PREVENTING HATE CRIMES: Experiences from Two East- German Towns1

    No.5

    pp.634-646

    ANDREW STICKLEY, ILKKA HENRIK MAKINEN

    HOMICIDE IN THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE AND SOVIET UNION: Continuity or Change?

    No.5

    pp. 647-670

    IAN O DONNELL

    LETHAL VIOLENCE IN IRELAND, 1841 TO 2003: Famine, Celibacy and Parental Pacification

    No.5

    pp. 671-695

    BARRY S. GODFREY, STEPHEN FARRALL, SUSANNE KARSTEDT

    EXPLAINING GENDERED SENTENCING PATTERNS FOR VIOLENT MEN AND WOMEN IN THE LATE- VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN PERIOD

    No.5

    pp. 696-720

    BARBARA HUDSON, GAYNOR BRAMHALL

    ASSESSING THE "OTHER" Constructions of "Asianness" in Risk Assessments by Probation Officers

    No.5

    pp. 721-740

    MELANIE WELLSMITH, AMY BURRELL

    THE INFLUENCE OF PURCHASE PRICE AND OWNERSHIP LEVELS ON THEFT TARGETS

    No.5

    pp. 741-764

    Franklin E. Zimring, David T. Johnson

    On the Comparative Study of Corruption

    No.6, November

    pp. 793-809

    David J. Middleton

    The Legal and Regulatory Response to Solicitors Involved in Serious Fraud: Is Regulatory Action More Effective than Criminal Prosecution?

    No.6, November

    pp. 810-836

    Gail Mason

    Hate Crime and the Image of the Stranger

    No.6, November

    pp. 837-859

    Edmund Chattoe, Heather Hamill

    It s Not Who You Know- It s What You Know About People You Don t Know That Counts: Extending the Analysis of Crime Groups as Social Networks

    No.6, November

    pp. 860-876

    Roger Matthews

    Policing Prostitution: Ten Years On

    No.6, November

    pp. 877-895

    Eamonn Carrabine

    Prison Riots, Social Order and the Problem of Legitimacy

    No.6, November

    pp. 896-913

    Etienne Blais, Benoit Dupont

    Assessing the Capability of Intensive Police Programmes to Prevent Severe Road Accidents: A Systematic Review

    No.6, November

    pp. 914-937

    Patricia Gray

    The Politics of Risk and Young Offenders Experiences of Social Exclusion and Restorative Justice

    No.6, November

    pp. 938-957

    Paul Dolan, Graham Loomes, Tessa Peasgood, Aki Tsuchiya

    Estimating the Intangible Victim Costs of Violent Crime

    No.6, November

    pp. 958-976

    British Journal of Criminology, 2006, Vol.46

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    Richard Wright, Fiona Brookman, Trevor Bennett

    The Foreground Dynamics of Street Robbery in Britain

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-15

    Eric Stener Carlson

    The Hidden Prevalence of Male Sexual Assault During War: Observations on Blunt Trauma to the Male Genitals

    No.1, January

    pp. 16-25

    Reece Walters

    Crime, Bio- Agriculture and the Exploitation of Hunger

    No.1, January

    pp. 26-45

    Bruce D. Johnson, Flutura Bardhi, Stephen J. Sifaneck, Eloise Dunlap

    Marijuana Argot As Subculture Threads: Social Constructions by Users in New York City

    No.1, January

    pp. 46-77

    Lucia Zedner

    Policing Before and After the Police: The Historical Antecedents of Contemporary Crime Control

    No.1, January

    pp. 78-96

    Clive Norris, Michael McCahill

    CCTV: Beyond Penal Modernism?

    No.1, January

    pp. 97-118

    Bin Liang, Hong Lu, Terance D. Miethe, Lening Zhang

    Sources of Variation in Pro- Death Penalty Attitudes in China: An Exploratory Study of Chinese Students at Home and Abroad

    No.1, January

    pp. 119-130

    David A. Green

    Public Opinion Versus Public Judgment About Crime: Correcting the Comedy of Errors

    No.1, January

    pp. 131-154

    Carole McCartney

    The DNA Expansion Programme and Criminal Investigation

    No.2, March

    pp. 175-192

    Michael Cherbonneau, Heith Copes

    "Drive it like you Stole it": Auto Theft and the Illusion of Normalcy

    No.2, March

    pp. 193-211

    Bruce DiCristina

    Durkheim s Latent Theory of Gender and Homicide

    No.2, March