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Corrections20Criminology28
Drugs1Juveniles5
Police4Victims5
International Juveniles1International Victims2
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Corrections
1. Basics and Beyond: Suicide Prevention in Jails
 NCJ Number:  239531
 Publication Date:  2012
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2. Random Study of Staff Training Aimed at Reducing Re-arrest (STARR): Using Core Correctional Practices in Probation Interactions
 NCJ Number:  239887
 Author:  Charles R. Robinson ; Christopher T. Lowenkamp ; Alexander M. Holsinger ; Scott VanBenschoten ; Melissa Alexander ; J. C. Oleson
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:167 to 188
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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3. Improving Probation Officers' Supervision Skills: An Evaluation of the EPICS Model
 NCJ Number:  239888
 Author:  Paula Smith ; Myrinda Schweitzer ; Ryan M. Labrecque ; Edward J. Latessa
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:189 to 199
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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4. Effects of Low-Intensity Supervision for Lower-Risk Probationers: Updated Results From a Randomized Controlled Trial
 NCJ Number:  239889
 Author:  Geoffrey C. Barnes ; Jordan M. Hyatt ; Lindsay C. Ahlman ; Daniel T. L. Kent
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:200 to 220
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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5. Reduced Caseloads Improve Probation Outcomes
 NCJ Number:  239890
 Author:  Sarah Kuck Jalbert ; William Rhodes
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:221 to 238
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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6. Actuarial and Clinical Assessment of Criminogenic Needs: Identifying Supervision Priorities Among Federal Probation Officers
 NCJ Number:  239891
 Author:  J. C. Oleson ; Scott VanBenschoten ; Charles Robinson ; Christopher T. Lowenkamp ; Alexander M. Holsinger
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:239 to 248
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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7. Getting Technical: Parole Officers' Continued Use of Technical Violations Under California's Parole Reform Agenda
 NCJ Number:  239892
 Author:  Danielle S. Rudes
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:249 to 268
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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8. Evaluation of the California Parole Violation Decision-Making Instrument (PVDMI)
 NCJ Number:  239893
 Author:  Susan Turner ; Helen Braithwaite ; Lauren Kearney ; Amy Murphy ; Darin Haerle
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:269 to 295
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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9. Effects of Parole Officers' Perceptions of the Organizational Control Structure and Satisfaction with Management on Their Attitudes Toward Policy Change
 NCJ Number:  239894
 Author:  Matthew D. Makarios ; James McCafferty ; Benjamin Steiner ; Lawerence F. Travis III
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:296 to 316
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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10. Specialized Probation Programs for People with Mental Illnesses: A Review of Practices and Research
 NCJ Number:  239895
 Author:  Arthur J. Lurigio ; Matthew W. Epperson ; Kelli E. Canada ; Lauren C. Babchuk
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:317 to 326
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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11. Incarceration or Community Placement: Examining the Sentences of Cybercriminals
 NCJ Number:  239898
 Author:  Catherine D. Marcum ; George E. Higgins ; Richard Tewksbury
 Journal: Criminal Justice Studies  Volume:25  Issue:1  Dated:March 2012  Pages:33 to 40
 Publication Date:  03/2012
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12. Reliability, Validity, and Predictive Utility of the 25-item Criminogenic Cognitions Scale (CCS)
 NCJ Number:  240022
 Author:  June Price Tangney ; Jeffrey Stuewig ; Emi Furukawa ; Sarah Kopelovich ; Patrick J. Meyer ; Brandon Cosby
 Journal: Criminal Justice and Behavior  Volume:39  Issue:10  Dated:October 2012  Pages:1340 to 1360
 Publication Date:  10/2012
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13. Positive Effects of Participative Decision Making for Midlevel Correctional Management
 NCJ Number:  240023
 Author:  David W. Reeves ; Benjamin M. Walsh ; Michael D. Tuller ; Vicki J. Magley
 Journal: Criminal Justice and Behavior  Volume:39  Issue:10  Dated:October 2012  Pages:1361 to 1372
 Publication Date:  10/2012
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14. Problem Gambling and Mental Health Comorbidity in Canadian Federal Offenders
 NCJ Number:  240024
 Author:  Denise L. Preston ; Steven McAvoy ; Crystal Saunders ; Laura Gillam ; Aqeel Saied ; Nigel E. Turner
 Journal: Criminal Justice and Behavior  Volume:39  Issue:10  Dated:October 2012  Pages:1373 to 1388
 Publication Date:  10/2012
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15. What Works in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for Offenders?
 NCJ Number:  240026
 Author:  Stephen J. Bahr ; Amber L. Masters ; Bryan M. Taylor
 Journal: Prison Journal  Volume:92  Issue:2  Dated:June 2012  Pages:155 to 174
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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16. U.S. Prisoner Reentry Health Care Policy in International Perspective: Service Gaps and the Moral and Public Health Implications
 NCJ Number:  240027
 Author:  Daniel P. Mears ; Joshua C. Cochran
 Journal: Prison Journal  Volume:92  Issue:2  Dated:June 2012  Pages:175 to 202
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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17. Risk, Recidivism, and (Re)habilitation: Another Look at Project Greenlight
 NCJ Number:  240028
 Author:  James A. Wilson ; Christine Zozula
 Journal: Prison Journal  Volume:92  Issue:2  Dated:June 2012  Pages:203 to 230
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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18. Lethal Rejection: Recounting Offenders’ Experience in Prison and Societal Reaction Post Release
 NCJ Number:  240029
 Author:  Jospeter M. Mbuba
 Journal: Prison Journal  Volume:92  Issue:2  Dated:June 2012  Pages:231 to 252
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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19. Recognizing the Need for Prisoner Input in Correctional Research: Observations from an In-Prison Driving While Intoxicated Reduction Program Evaluation
 NCJ Number:  240031
 Author:  Holly Ventura Miller ; Rob Tillyer ; J. Mitchell Miller
 Journal: Prison Journal  Volume:92  Issue:2  Dated:June 2012  Pages:274 to 289
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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20. Men’s Vulnerability to Prisoner-on-Prisoner Sexual Violence: A State Correctional System Case Study
 NCJ Number:  240032
 Author:  Merry Morash ; Seokjin Jeong ; Miriam Northcutt Bohmert ; Daniel R. Bush
 Journal: Prison Journal  Volume:92  Issue:2  Dated:June 2012  Pages:290 to 311
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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Criminology
21. General Responsivity Principle in Community Supervision: The Importance of Probation Officers Using Cognitive Intervention Techniques and its Influence on Recidivism
 NCJ Number:  239886
 Author:  Guy Bourgon ; Leticia Gutierrez
 Journal: Journal of Crime and Justice  Volume:35  Issue:2  Dated:July 2012  Pages:149 to 166
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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22. Changing Minds: The Effect of Course and Teaching Approach on Attitudes Toward the Legal System
 NCJ Number:  239897
 Author:  Evelyn M. Maeder ; Cindy E. Laub
 Journal: Criminal Justice Studies  Volume:25  Issue:1  Dated:March 2012  Pages:17 to 31
 Publication Date:  03/2012
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23. Kings County District Attorney's Video Statement Program for Domestic Violence Cases, Final Report
 NCJ Number:  239942
 Author:  Richard R. Peterson Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  01/2012
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24. Implementing Brooklyn's Video Statement Program for DV Cases
 NCJ Number:  239943
 Author:  Richard R. Peterson, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  01/2012
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25. Evaluation of Brooklyn's Video Statement Program for DV Cases
 NCJ Number:  239944
 Author:  Richard R. Peterson Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  05/2012
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26. Sex Offender Risk Assessment: The Need to Place Recidivism Research in the Context of Attrition in the Criminal Justice System
 NCJ Number:  240009
 Author:  Wendy Larcombe
 Journal: Violence Against Women  Volume:18  Issue:4  Dated:April 2012  Pages:482 to 501
 Publication Date:  04/2012
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27. Negative Affect and Emotion Dysregulation: Conditional Relations With Violence and Risky Sexual Behavior in a Sample of Justice-Involved Adolescents
 NCJ Number:  240020
 Author:  Drew J. Miller ; David D. Vachon ; Matthew C. Aalsma
 Journal: Criminal Justice and Behavior  Volume:39  Issue:10  Dated:October 2012  Pages:1316 to 1327
 Publication Date:  10/2012
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28. Staff Perceptions of Risk for Prison Rape Perpetration and Victimization
 NCJ Number:  240030
 Author:  Valerie M. Gonsalves ; Kate Walsh ; Mario J. Scalora
 Journal: Prison Journal  Volume:92  Issue:2  Dated:June 2012  Pages:253 to 273
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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29. Competition for DNA Binding Sites Using Promega DNA IQ Paramagnetic Beads
 NCJ Number:  240059
 Author:  Chantal J. Fregeau ; Anick De Moors
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:511 to 522
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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30. Performance of Two 17 Locus Forensic Identification STR Kits-Applied Biosystems's AmpFlSTR NGMSElect and Promega's PowerPlex ESI17 Kits
 NCJ Number:  240060
 Author:  Torben Tvedebrink ; Helle Smidt Mogensen ; Maria Charlotte Stene ; Niels Morling
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:523 to 531
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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31. Investigation of Admixture in an Australian Aboriginal Y-Chromosome STR Database
 NCJ Number:  240061
 Author:  Duncan Taylor ; Nano Nagle ; Kaye N. Ballantyne ; Roland A.H. van Oorschot ; Stephen Wilcox ; Julianne Henry ; Rust Turakulov ; R. John Mitchell
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:532 to 538
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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32. Specific and Sensitive mRNA Biomarkers for the Identification of Skin in Touch DNA Evidence
 NCJ Number:  240063
 Author:  E. Hanson ; C. Haas ; R. Jucker ; J. Ballantyne
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:548 to 558
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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33. Molecular Identification of Vaginal Fluid by Microbial Signature
 NCJ Number:  240064
 Author:  Saverio Giampaoli ; Andrea Berti ; Frederica Valeriani ; Gianluca Gianfraneschi ; Antonio Piccolella ; Laura Buggiotti ; Cesare Rapone ; Alessio Valentini ; Luigi Ripani ; Vincenzo Romano Spica
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:559 to 564
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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34. Multiplex (m)RNA-Profiling System for the Forensic Identification of Body Fluids and Contact Traces
 NCJ Number:  240065
 Author:  Alexander Lindenbergh ; Mirjam de Pagter ; Geeta Ramdayal ; Mijke Visser ; Dmitry Zubakov ; Manfred Kayser ; Titia Sijen
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:565 to 577
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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35. Characterization of a Modified Amplification Approach for Improved STR Recovery From Severely Degraded Skeletal Elements
 NCJ Number:  240066
 Author:  Jodi A. Irwin ; Rebecca S. Just ; Odile M. Loreille ; Thomas J. Parsons
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:578 to 587
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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36. Automating a Combined Composite-Consensus Method to Generate DNA Profiles From Low and High Template Mixture Samples
 NCJ Number:  240067
 Author:  Bram Bekaert ; Anneleen Van Geystelen ; Nancy Vanderheyden ; Maarten H.D. Larmuseau ; Ronny Decorte
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:588 to 593
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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37. Automated Analysis of Sequence Polymorphism in STR Alleles by PCR and Direct Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
 NCJ Number:  240068
 Author:  John V. Planz ; Kristen A. Sannes-Lowery ; David D. Duncan ; Sheri Manalili ; Bruce Budowle ; Ranajir Chakraborty ; Steven A. Hofstadler ; Thomas A. Hall
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:594 to 606
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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38. Enzyme-Based DNA Preparation Method for Application to Forensic Biological Samples and Degraded Stains
 NCJ Number:  240069
 Author:  Jenny A. Lounsbury ; Natalie Coult ; Daniel C. Miranian ; James P. Landers ; Stephen M. Cronk ; Doris M. Haverstick ; Paul Kinnon ; David J. Saul
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:607 to 615
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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39. FamLink - A User Friendly Software for Linkage Calculations in Family Genetics
 NCJ Number:  240070
 Author:  Daniel Kling ; Thore Egeland ; Andreas O. Tillmar
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:616 to 620
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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40. Performance of Identifiler Direct and PowerPlex 16 HS on the Applied Biosystems 3730 DNA Analyzer for Processing Biological Samples Archived on FTA Cards
 NCJ Number:  240071
 Author:  Nancy Laurin ; Anick DeMoors ; Chantal Fregeau
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:621 to 629
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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41. Identification of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms Within mtDNA Genome of the Domestic Dog to Discriminate Individuals with Common HVI Haplotypes
 NCJ Number:  240072
 Author:  Donna L. Imes ; Elizabeth J. Wictum ; Marc W. Allard ; Benjamin N. Sacks
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:630 to 639
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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42. Evaluation and Comparative Analysis of Direct Amplification of STRs Using PowerPlex 18D and Identifiler Direct Systems
 NCJ Number:  240073
 Author:  Blake A. Myers ; Jonathan L. King ; Bruce Budowle
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:640 to 645
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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43. Expanding Data and Resources for Forensic Use of SNPs in Individual Identification
 NCJ Number:  240074
 Author:  Kenneth K. Kidd ; Judith R. Kidd ; William C. Speed ; Rixun Fang ; Manohar R. Furtado ; F.C.L. Hyland ; Andrew J. Pakstis
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:646 to 652
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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44. Human Tissue Preservation for Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) in Tropical Climates
 NCJ Number:  240075
 Author:  A. Allen-Hall ; D. McNevin
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:653 to 657
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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45. Indel Markers: Genetic Diversity of 38 Polymorphisms in Brazilian Populations and Application in a Paternity Investigation with Post Mortem Material
 NCJ Number:  240076
 Author:  Fernanda Manta ; Alexandra Caiafa ; Rui Pereira ; Dayse Silva ; Antonio Amorim ; Elizeu F. Carvalho ; Leonor Gusmao
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:658 to 661
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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46. Mitochondrial DNA Control Region Data From Indigenous Angolan Khoe-San Lineages
 NCJ Number:  240077
 Author:  Liane Fendt ; Gabriela Huber ; Alexander W. Rock ; Bettina Zimmermann ; Martin Bodner ; Rhena Delport ; Konrad Schmidt ; Walther Parson
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:662 to 663
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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47. Application of STR Markers in Wildlife Forensic Casework Involving Australian Black-Cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus spp.)
 NCJ Number:  240078
 Author:  Nicole E. White ; Rick Dawson ; Megan L. Coghlan ; Silvana R. Tridico ; Peter R. Mawson ; James Haile ; Michael Bunce
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:664 to 670
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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48. Conservation of Endemic and Threatened Wildlife: Molecular Forensic DNA Against Poaching of the Cypriot Mouflon (Ovis Orientalis Ophion, Bovidae)
 NCJ Number:  240079
 Author:  Filippo Barbanera ; Monica Guerrini ; Caterina Beccani ; Giovanni Forcina ; Petros Anayiotos ; Panicos Panayides
 Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics  Volume:6  Issue:5  Dated:September 2012  Pages:671 to 675
 Publication Date:  09/2012
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Drugs
49. Prescription Drug Abuse and Diversion: The Hidden Crisis
 NCJ Number:  239532
 Author:  Douglas L. Yearwood
 Publication Date:  08/2012
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Juveniles
50. Interplay of Loneliness and Depressive Symptoms Across Adolescence: Exploring the Role of Personality Traits
 NCJ Number:  239824
 Author:  Janne Vanhalst ; Theo A. Klimstra ; Koen Luyckx ; Ron H. J. Scholte ; Rutger C .M. E. Engels ; Luc Goossens
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:41  Issue:6  Dated:June 2012  Pages:776 to 787
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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51. Internalizing Symptoms: Effects of a Preventive Intervention on Developmental Pathways from Early Adolescence to Young Adulthood
 NCJ Number:  239825
 Author:  Linda Trudeau ; Richard Spoth ; G. Kevin Randall ; W. Alex Mason ; Chungyeol Shin
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:41  Issue:6  Dated:June 2012  Pages:788 to 801
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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52. Role of Parenting and Mother-Adolescent Attachment in the Intergenerational Similarity of Internalizing Symptoms
 NCJ Number:  239826
 Author:  Katrijn Brenning ; Bart Soenens ; Caroline Braet ; Sarah Bal
 Journal: Journal of Youth and Adolescence  Volume:41  Issue:6  Dated:June 2012  Pages:802 to 816
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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53. Activities of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to Promote and Support the Implementation of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, Supplementing the United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime
 NCJ Number:  239950
 Publication Date:  06/2012
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54. Gendered Dynamics of Power in Disputes Over the Postseparation Care of Children
 NCJ Number:  240008
 Author:  Vivienne Elizabeth ; Nicola Gavey ; Julia Tolmie
 Journal: Violence Against Women  Volume:18  Issue:4  Dated:April 2012  Pages:459 to 481
 Publication Date:  04/2012
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Police
55. Crime Mapping in Police Value Shops: The Pocket Man Case of Child Sexual Abuse
 NCJ Number:  239896
 Author:  Petter Gottschalk ; Morten Espen Ørn
 Journal: Criminal Justice Studies  Volume:25  Issue:1  Dated:March 2012  Pages:3 to 16
 Publication Date:  03/2012
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56. Correlates of Career Traumatization and Symptomatology Among Active-Duty Police Officers
 NCJ Number:  239901
 Author:  Brian A. Chopka ; Robert C. Schwartz
 Journal: Criminal Justice Studies  Volume:25  Issue:1  Dated:March 2012  Pages:83 to 95
 Publication Date:  03/2012
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57. From Prison to Integration: Applying Modified Labeling Theory to Sex Offenders
 NCJ Number:  239902
 Author:  William Mingus ; Keri B. Burchfield
 Journal: Criminal Justice Studies  Volume:25  Issue:1  Dated:March 2012  Pages:97 to 109
 Publication Date:  03/2012
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58. Let ’Em Talk!: A Field Study of Police Questioning Practices of Suspects and Accused Persons
 NCJ Number:  240021
 Author:  Brent Snook ; Kirk Luther ; Heather Quinlan ; Rebecca Milne
 Journal: Criminal Justice and Behavior  Volume:39  Issue:10  Dated:October 2012  Pages:1328 to 1339
 Publication Date:  10/2012
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Victims
59. Violence in Educational Establishments: Cause, Effect, and Response
 NCJ Number:  239899
 Author:  Brian F. Kingshott
 Journal: Criminal Justice Studies  Volume:25  Issue:1  Dated:March 2012  Pages:41 to 65
 Publication Date:  03/2012
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60. Interpersonal Victimization Among a National Sample of Latino Women
 NCJ Number:  240004
 Author:  Carlos A. Cuevas ; Chiara Sabina ; Riva Milloshi
 Journal: Violence Against Women  Volume:18  Issue:4  Dated:April 2012  Pages:377 to 403
 Publication Date:  04/2011
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61. Depressive and Posttraumatic Symptoms Among Women Seeking Protection Orders Against Intimate Partners: Relations to Coping Strategies and Perceived Responses to Abuse Disclosure
 NCJ Number:  240006
 Author:  Sharon M. Flicker ; Catherine Cerulli ; Marc T. Swogger ; Nancyy L. Talbot
 Journal: Violence Against Women  Volume:18  Issue:4  Dated:April 2012  Pages:420 to 436
 Publication Date:  04/2012
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62. Decision Making in the Crime Commission Process: Comparing Rapists, Child Molesters, and Victim-Crossover Sex Offenders
 NCJ Number:  240018
 Author:  Eric Beauregard ; Benoit Leclerc ; Patrick Lussier
 Journal: Criminal Justice and Behavior  Volume:39  Issue:10  Dated:October 2012  Pages:1275 to 1295
 Publication Date:  10/2012
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63. Assessing the Effect of Routine Activity Theory and Self-Control on Property, Personal, and Sexual Assault Victimization
 NCJ Number:  240019
 Author:  Cortney A. Franklin ; Travis W. Franklin ; Matt R. Nobles ; Glen A. Kercher
 Journal: Criminal Justice and Behavior  Volume:39  Issue:10  Dated:October 2012  Pages:1296 to 1315
 Publication Date:  10/2012
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International Juveniles
64. Child Sex Tourism: Exploring the Issues
 NCJ Number:  239900
 Author:  Thomas R. Panko ; Babu P. George
 Journal: Criminal Justice Studies  Volume:25  Issue:1  Dated:March 2012  Pages:67 to 81
 Publication Date:  03/2012
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65. Use of Mental Health Services Among Asian and Latino Victims of Intimate Partner Violence
 NCJ Number:  240005
 Author:  Hyunkag Cho
 Journal: Violence Against Women  Volume:18  Issue:4  Dated:April 2012  Pages:404 to 419
 Publication Date:  04/2012
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66. Voices of Resistance: Seeking Shelter Services in Pakistan
 NCJ Number:  240007
 Author:  Filomena M. Critelli
 Journal: Violence Against Women  Volume:18  Issue:4  Dated:April 2012  Pages:437 to 458
 Publication Date:  04/2012
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