|Current Issue||Submission Procedures||Subscription Information|
Volume 21, Number 1, Fall 1996
|Abstract||Meet the New Boss: Institutional Change and Loose Coupling in Parole and Probation. Richard McCorkle and John P. Crank|
|Abstract||The Asian Factor: Methodological Barriers to the Study of Asian Gangs and Organized Crime. John Huey-Long Song|
|Abstract||Examining the Relationship Between Routine Activities Theory and Social Disorganization: Analyzing Property Crime Victimization. Laura J. Moriarty and James E. Williams|
|Abstract||Guilty Property: A Quantitative Analysis of Civil Asset Forfeiture. Greg L. Warchol and Brian R. Johnson|
|Abstract||Police Civil Liability: An Analysis of Section 1983 Actions in the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York. David K. Chiabi|
|(INTERVIEW) Scholar to Scholar: Evaluating Criminology and Criminal Justice Science with Richard A. Wright. J. Mitchell Miller|
|Review||Unspeakable Acts: Why Men Sexually Abuse Children. Douglas W. Pryor, reviewed by Deanna McGaughey|
|Review||From Social Worker to Crimefighter: Women in United States Municipal Policing. Dorothy Moses Schulz, reviewed by M. Reid Counts|
|Review||The Supreme Court, Race, and Civil Rights. Abraham L. Davis & Barbara L. Graham, reviewed by Alexis Miller|
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