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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 Futures and Foresight: Challenging Criminal Behaviour in the Information Age (From Crime and the Internet, P 18-28, 2001, David S. Wall, ed. -- See NCJ-213504)
NCJ Number   213506
Author: Ken Pease
Publication Date: 2001
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3.  Examining Campus Crime at American Colleges and Universities
NCJ Number   213418
Author: Giuseppe M. Fazari Ph.D.
Journal Campus Law Enforcement Journal  Volume36  Issue1  DatedJanuary/February 2006  Pages21-26
Publication Date: January 2006
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4.  Preventive Policing and Security Plans: The Reception of New Crime Prevention Strategies in Three Finnish Cities
NCJ Number   212606
Author: Jukka Torronen; Timo Korander
Journal Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention  Volume6  Issue2  Dated2005  Pages106-127
Publication Date: 2005
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5.  Novelty of 'Cybercrime': An Assessment in Light of Routine Activity Theory
NCJ Number   212383
Author: Majid Yar
Journal European Journal of Criminology  Volume2  Issue4  DatedOctober 2005  Pages407-427
Publication Date: October 2005
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6.  Explaining Patterns of Victimization Within a Rural County of England
NCJ Number   212396
Author: Rob I. Mawby; Carol Jones
Journal International Criminal Justice Review  Volume14  Dated2004  Pages99-123
Publication Date: 2004
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7.  Differential Risk of Retaliation by Relational Distance: A More General Model of Violent Victimization
NCJ Number   211129
Author: Laura Dugan; Robert Apel
Journal Criminology  Volume43  Issue3  DatedAugust 2005  Pages697-730
Publication Date: August 2005
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8.  Traveling to Violence: The Case for a Mobility-Based Spatial Typology of Homicide
NCJ Number   210745
Author: George Tita; Elizabeth Griffiths
Journal Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency  Volume42  Issue3  DatedAugust 2005  Pages275-308
Publication Date: August 2005
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9.  Spatial Patterns of Sex Offenders: Theoretical, Empirical, and Practical Issues
NCJ Number   210588
Author: Eric Beauregard; Jean Proulx; D. Kim Rossmo
Journal Aggression and Violent Behavior  Volume10  Issue5  DatedJuly-August 2005  Pages579-603
Publication Date: July 2005
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10.  Routine Activities of Delinquent and Non-Delinquent Victims of Violent Crime
NCJ Number   210441
Author: Peggy S. Plass; Dianne Cyr Carmody
Journal American Journal of Criminal Justice  Volume29  Issue2  DatedSpring 2005  Pages235-245
Publication Date: 2005
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11.  Geographies of Urban Crime: An Intraurban Study of Crime in Nashville, TN; Portland, OR; and Tucson, AZ
NCJ Number   209263
Author: Meagan E. Cahill
Publication Date: 2004
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12.  Elder Abuse in Nursing Homes: Prevention and Resolution Strategies and Barriers
NCJ Number   209248
Author: Brian K. Payne; Laura Burke Fletcher
Journal Journal of Criminal Justice  Volume33  Issue2  DatedMarch/April 2005  Pages119-125
Publication Date: March 2005
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13.  Repeat Personal Victimization: Random Effects, Event Dependence and Unexplained Heterogeneity
NCJ Number   208314
Author: Andromachi Tseloni; Ken Pease
Journal British Journal of Criminology  Volume44  Issue6  DatedNovember 2004  Pages931-945
Publication Date: November 2004
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14.  Serious Criminality at U.S. Colleges and Universities: An Application of the Situational Perspective
NCJ Number   208086
Author: Don Hummer
Journal Criminal Justice Policy Review  Volume15  Issue4  DatedDecember 2004  Pages391-417
Publication Date: December 2004
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15.  Auto Theft and Theft From Autos in Parking Lots in Chula Vista, CA: Crime Analysis for Local and Regional Action (From Understanding and Preventing Car Theft -- Crime Prevention Studies, Volume 17, P 147-171, 2004, Michael G. Maxfield and Ronald V. Clarke, eds.)
NCJ Number   208055
Author: Nanci Plouffe; Rana Sampson
Publication Date: 2004
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16.  Driving While Different: A Potential Theoretical Explanation for Race-Based Policing
NCJ Number   206856
Author: Brian L. Withrow
Journal Criminal Justice Policy Review  Volume15  Issue3  DatedSeptember 2004  Pages344-364
Publication Date: September 2004
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17.  Seasonality of Property Crime in Hong Kong
NCJ Number   206497
Author: Yuk Yee Yan
Journal The British Journal of Criminology  Volume44  Issue2  DatedMarch 2004  Pages276-283
Publication Date: March 2004
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18.  Decision Models Underlying the Journey to Crime (From Punishment, Places and Perpetrators: Developments in Criminology and Criminal Justice Research, P 182-197, 2004, Gerben Bruinsma, Henk Elffers, et al., eds. -- See NCJ-206450)
NCJ Number   206461
Author: Henk Elffers
Publication Date: 2004
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19.  Journey to Crime (From Punishment, Places and Perpetrators: Developments in Criminology and Criminal Justice Research, P 169-181, 2004, Gerben Bruinsma, Henk Elffers, et al., eds. -- See NCJ-206450)
NCJ Number   206460
Author: George F. Rengert
Publication Date: 2004
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20.  Crimes of Opportunity or Crimes of Emotion? Testing Two Explanations of Seasonal Change in Crime
NCJ Number   206074
Author: John R. Hipp; Daniel J. Bauer; Patrick J. Curran; Kenneth A. Bollen
Journal Social Forces  Volume82  Issue4  DatedJune 2004  Pages1333-1372
Publication Date: June 2004
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21.  Social Context of Violent Victimization: A Study of the Delinquent Peer Effect
NCJ Number   205058
Author: Christopher J. Schreck; Bonnie S. Fisher; J. Mitchell Miller
Journal Justice Quarterly  Volume21  Issue1  DatedMarch 2004  Pages23-47
Publication Date: March 2004
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22.  Integrating the General Theory of Crime Into an Explanation of Violent Victimization Among Female Offenders
NCJ Number   205062
Author: Eric A. Stewart; Kirk W. Elifson; Claire E. Sterk
Journal Justice Quarterly  Volume21  Issue1  DatedMarch 2004  Pages159-181
Publication Date: March 2004
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23.  Searching for a Developmental Typology of Personality and Its Relations to Antisocial Behavior: A Longitudinal Study of an Adjudicated Men Sample
NCJ Number   204407
Author: Julien Morizot; Marc Le Blanc
Journal Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health  Volume13  Issue4  Dated2003  Pages241-277
Publication Date: 2003
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24.  Burglary Victimization in England and Wales, the United States and the Netherlands
NCJ Number   204191
Author: Andromachi Tseloni; Karin Wittebrood; Graham Farrell; Ken Pease
Journal British Journal of Criminology  Volume44  Issue1  DatedJanuary 2004  Pages66-91
Publication Date: January 2004
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25.  Crime Analysis: Principles and Practice (From Handbook of Policing, P 340-362, 2003, Tim Newburn, ed. -- See NCJ-203671)
NCJ Number   203678
Author: Nina Cope
Publication Date: 2003
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