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2014
Barnes, J. C.,  Jorgensen, Cody,  Beaver, Kevin M.,  Boutwell, Brian B.,  Wright, John P. Arrest prevalence in a national sample of adults: The role of sex and race/ethnicity. American Journal of Criminal Justice.
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2014
Walters, Glenn D. Continuous versus categorical models of delinquency risk. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (3), 395-410.
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2010
Piquero, Nicole Leeper,  Piquero, Alex R.,  Farrington, David P. Criminal offender trajectories and (white-collar) occupational prestige. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (3), 134-143.
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2015
Stacey, Michele . The effect of law on hate crime reporting: The case of racial and ethnic violence. American Journal of Criminal Justice.
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2011
Reingle, Jennifer M.,  Jennings, Wesley G.,  Maldonado-Molina, Mildred M. The mediated effect of contextual risk factors on trajectories of violence: Results from a nationally representative, longitudinal sample of Hispanic adolescents. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (4), 327-343.
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1990
Uchida, C.D.,  Brooks, L.W.,  Wilson, M. The Neighborhood Context of Violence Against Police. American Journal of Criminal Justice.
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2014
Kirchner, EmmaLeigh E.,  Higgins, George E. Self-control and racial disparities in delinquency: A structural equation modeling approach. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (3), 436-449.
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2013
Perumean-Chaney, Suzanne E.,  Sutton, Lindsay M. Students and perceived school safety: The impact of school security measures. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 38, (4), 570-588.
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