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1.  Sociological Explanations of Delinquency (From Juvenile Justice: An Introduction, P 75-104, 2006 -- See NCJ-213986)
NCJ Number   213990
Author: John T. Whitehead; Steven P. Lab
Publication Date: 2006
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2.  Crime Patterns During the Market Transition in China
NCJ Number   211579
Author: Jianhong Liu
Journal British Journal of Criminology  Volume45  Issue5  DatedSeptember 2005  Pages613-633
Publication Date: September 2005
Abstract   Find in a Library
3.  Naming Oneself Criminal: Gender Difference in Offenders' Identity Negotiation
NCJ Number   209457
Author: Brenda Geiger; Michael Fischer
Journal International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology  Volume49  Issue2  DatedApril 2005  Pages194-209
Publication Date: April 2005
Abstract   Find in a Library
4.  Microanomie: The Cognitive Foundations of the Relationship Between Anomie and Deviance
NCJ Number   209463
Author: Mark Konty
Journal Criminology  Volume43  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2005  Pages107-131
Publication Date: February 2005
Abstract   Find in a Library
5.  Ascribed Economic Inequality and Homicide Among Modern Societies: Toward the Development of a Cross-National Theory
NCJ Number   208651
Author: Mitchell B. Chamlin; John K. Cochran
Journal Homicide Studies  Volume9  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2005  Pages3-29
Publication Date: February 2005
Abstract   Find in a Library
6.  Social Institutions and Violence: A Sub-National Test of Institutional Anomie Theory
NCJ Number   204757
Author: Michael O. Maume; Matthew R. Lee
Journal Criminology  Volume41  Issue4  DatedNovember 2003  Pages1137-1172
Publication Date: November 2003
Abstract   Find in a Library
7.  Labor Markets and Crime Risk Factors (From Evidence-Based Crime Prevention, P 198-240, 2002, Lawrence W. Sherman, David P. Farrington, et al, eds., -- See NCJ–198648)
NCJ Number   198654
Author: Shawn D. Bushway; Peter Reuter
Publication Date: 2002
Abstract   Find in a Library
8.  Anomie, Social Change and Crime: A Theoretical Examination of Institutional-Anomie Theory
NCJ Number   197765
Author: Jon G. Bernburg
Journal British Journal of Criminology  Volume42  Issue4  DatedAutumn 2002  Pages729-742
Publication Date: 2002
Abstract   Find in a Library
9.  White Boys to Terrorist Men: Target Recruitment of Nazi Skinheads
NCJ Number   195976
Author: Randy Blazak
Journal American Behavioral Scientist  Volume44  Issue6  DatedFebruary 2001  Pages982-1000
Publication Date: February 2001
Abstract   Find in a Library
10.  Decommodification and Homicide Rates in the 20th-Century United States
NCJ Number   193220
Author: Candice Batton; Gary Jensen
Journal Homicide Studies  Volume6  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2002  Pages6-38
Publication Date: 2002
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11.  Understanding the Need for Theory (From Correctional Assessment, Casework, and Counseling, P 1-12, 2001, Anthony Walsh, -- See NCJ-192641)
NCJ Number   192642
Author: Anthony Walsh
Publication Date: 2001
Abstract   Find in a Library
12.  Sociological and Psychological Theories (From Correctional Assessment, Casework and Counseling, P 13-30, 2001, Anthony Walsh, -- See NCJ-192641)
NCJ Number   192643
Author: Anthony Walsh
Publication Date: 2001
Abstract   Find in a Library
13.  Root of All Evil? An Exploratory Study of Money and Delinquent Involvement
NCJ Number   188970
Author: John Paul Wright; Francis T. Cullen; Robert S. Agnew; Timothy Brezina
Journal Justice Quarterly  Volume18  Issue2  DatedJune 2001  Pages239-268
Publication Date: June 2001
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14.  Introduction to Criminology: Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior, Fourth Edition
NCJ Number   188202
Author: Frank E. Hagan
Publication Date: 1998
Abstract   Find in a Library
15.  Behavior Genetics and Anomie/Strain Theory
NCJ Number   186968
Author: Anthony Walsh
Journal Criminology  Volume38  Issue4  DatedNovember 2000  Pages1075-1107
Publication Date: November 2000
Abstract   Find in a Library
16.  Inequality, Welfare State, and Homicide: Further Support for the Institutional Anomie Theory
NCJ Number   186966
Author: Jukka Savolainen
Journal Criminology  Volume38  Issue4  DatedNovember 2000  Pages1021-1042
Publication Date: November 2000
Abstract   Find in a Library
17.  Primer on Crime and Delinquency Theory, Second Edition
NCJ Number   186031
Author: Robert M. Bohm
Publication Date: 2001
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18.  Criminological Theories: Introduction, Evaluation, and Application, Third Edition
NCJ Number   184715
Author: Ronald L. Akers
Publication Date: 2000
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19.  Theorizing Otherness, the War on Drugs and Incarceration
NCJ Number   184499
Author: Biko Agozino
Journal Theoretical Criminology  Volume4  Issue3  DatedAugust 2000  Pages359-376
Publication Date: August 2000
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20.  Patterns in Criminal Achievement: Wilson and Abrahamse Revisited
NCJ Number   183216
Author: Pierre Tremblay; Carlo Morselli
Journal Criminology  Volume38  Issue2  DatedMay 2000  Pages633-660
Publication Date: May 2000
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21.  Penitentiaries, Reformatories, and Chain Gangs: Social Theory and the History of Punishment in Nineteenth-Century America
NCJ Number   180569
Author: Mark Colvin
Publication Date: 1997
Abstract   Find in a Library
22.  Aboriginal Criminology and the Postmodern Condition: From Anomie to Anomaly
NCJ Number   179685
Author: William Tyler
Journal Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology  Volume32  Issue2  DatedAugust 1999  Pages209-221
Publication Date: 1999
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23.  Understanding Deviance: A Guide to the Sociology of Crime and Rule Breaking
NCJ Number   179485
Author: David Downes; Paul Rock
Publication Date: 1998
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24.  Social Construction of the Minority Drug Program
NCJ Number   178961
Author: Jeanette Covington
Journal Social Justice  Volume24  Issue4  DatedWinter 1997  Pages117-147
Publication Date: 1997
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25.  Criminological Theory: Past to Present (Essential Readings)
NCJ Number   177295
Author: F T Cullen; R Agnew
Publication Date: 1999
Abstract   Find in a Library
 
 

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