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1.
2014
Soller, Brian,  Jackson, Aubrey L.,  Browning, Christopher R. Legal cynicism and parental appraisals of adolescent violence. British Journal of Criminology. 54, (4), 568-591.
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2012
Velez, Maria B.,  Richardson, Kelly . The political economy of neighborhood homicide in Chicago. British Journal of Criminology. 52, (3), 490-513.
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2012
Maimon, David,  Browning, Christopher R. Adolescents' violent victimization in the neighbourhood: Situational and contextual determinants. British Journal of Criminology. 52, (4), 808-833.
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2011
Besemer, Sytske,  Van der Geest, Victor,  Murray, Joseph,  Bijleveld, Catrien C.J.H.,  Farrington, David P. The relationship between parental imprisonment and offspring offending in England and the Netherlands. British Journal of Criminology. 51, 1-25.
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2010
Theobald, Delphine,  Farrington, David P. Why do the crime-reducing effects of marriage vary with age?. British Journal of Criminology. 51, 136-158.
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2010
McGee, Tara Renae,  Farrington, David P. Are there any true adult-onset offenders?. British Journal of Criminology. 50, (3), 530-549.
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2004
Tseloni, Andromachi,  Wittebrood, Karin,  Farrell, Graham,  Pease, Ken . Burglary victimization in England and Wales, the United States and The Netherlands: A cross-national comparative test of routine activities and lifestyle theories. British Journal of Criminology. 44, (1), 66-91.
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2004
Tseloni, Andromachi,  Pease, Ken . Repeat personal victimization: Random effects, event dependence and unexplained heterogeneity. British Journal of Criminology. 44, (6), 931-945.
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2004
Haas, Henriette,  Farrington, David P.,  Killias, Martin,  Sattar, Ghazala . The impact of different family configurations on deliquency. British Journal of Criminology. 44, (4), 520-532.
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2003
Fisher, Bonnie S.,  Wilkes, Andrew R. P. . Tale of two ivory towers: A comparative analysis of victimization rates and risks between university students in the United States and England. British Journal of Criminology. 43, (2), 526-545.
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2002
Tseloni, Andromachi,  Osborn, Denise R.,  Trickett, Alan,  Pease, Ken . Modelling property crime using the British Crime Survey. British Journal of Criminology. 42, (1), 109-128.
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2001
Hope, Tim,  Bryan, Jane,  Trickett, Alan . The phenomena of multiple victimization: The relationship between personal and property crime risk. British Journal of Criminology. 41, (4), 595-617.
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2001
Juby, Heather,  Farrington, David P. Disentangling the link between disrupted families and delinquency. British Journal of Criminology. 41, (1), 22-40.
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2001
Miller, Lisa L. Looking for postmodernism in all the wrong places: Implementing a new penology. British Journal of Criminology. 41, (1), 168-184.
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2001
Walby, Sylvia,  Myhill, Andrew . New survey methodologies in researching violence against women. British Journal of Criminology. 41, (3), 502-522.
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2000
Pantazis, Christina . 'Fear of crime', vulnerability and poverty: Evidence from the British Crime Survey. British Journal of Criminology. 40, (3), 414-436.
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1999
Bowling, Benjamin . The rise and fall of New York murder: Zero tolerance or crack's decline?. British Journal of Criminology. 39, (4), 531-554.
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1999
Jacobs, Bruce A. Crack to heroin? Drug markets and transition. British Journal of Criminology. 39, (4), 555-574.
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1999
MacDonald, Ziggy . Illicit drug use in the UK: Evidence from the British Crime Survey. British Journal of Criminology. 39, (4, Special issue), 585-608.
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1995
Ellingworth, Dan,  Farrell, Graham,  Pease, Ken . A victim is a victim is a victim? Chronic victimization in four sweeps of the British Crime Survey. British Journal of Criminology. 35, (3), 360-365.
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1995
Hope, Tim,  Trickett, Alan,  Ellingworth, Dan,  et al . Symposium on repeat victimization. British Journal of Criminology. 35, (3), 327-399.
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1995
Trickett, Alan,  Ellingworth, Dan,  Hope, Tim,  Pease, Ken . Crime victimization in the eighties: Changes in area and regional inequality. British Journal of Criminology. 35, (3), 343-359.
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1992
Trickett, Alan,  Osborn, Denise R.,  Seymour, Julie,  et al . What is different about high crime areas?. British Journal of Criminology. 32, (1), 81-89.
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1992
Farrington, David P. Criminal career research in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Criminology. 32, (4), 521-536.
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1992
Harvey, Linda,  Burnham, R.W.,  Kendall, Kathy,  Pease, Ken . Gender differences in criminal justice. British Journal of Criminology. 32, (2), 208-217.
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1988
Box, Steven,  Hale, Chris,  Andrews, Glen . Explaining fear of crime. British Journal of Criminology. 28, (3), 340-356.
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1986
Farrington, David P.,  Gallagher, Bernard,  Morley, Lynda,  St. Leger, Raymond J.,  West, Donald J. Unemployment, school leaving, and crime. British Journal of Criminology. 26, (4), 335-356.
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1986
Farrington, David P.,  Gallagher, Bernard,  Morley, Lynda,  St. Ledger, Raymond J.,  West, D.J. . Unemployment, school leaving and crime. British Journal of Criminology. 26, (4), 335-356.
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1985
Mayhew, Pat,  Smith, Lorna J.F. . Crime in England and Wales and Scotland: A British Crime Survey comparison. British Journal of Criminology. 25, (2), 148-159.
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1983
Mayhew, Pat,  Hough, Mike . The British Crime Survey. British Journal of Criminology. 23, (4), 394-395.
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1982
Sampson, Robert J. Economic inequality and personal victimization. British Journal of Criminology. 22, (4), 363-385.
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1980
Osborn, S.G. . Moving home, leaving London and delinquent trends. British Journal of Criminology. 20, (1), 54-61.
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1979
Osborn, S.G.,  West, D.J. . Conviction records of fathers and sons compared. British Journal of Criminology. 19, (2), 120-133.
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1979
Osborn, S.G.,  West, D.J. . Marriage and Delinquency: A postscript. British Journal of Criminology. 19, (3), 254-256.
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1978
Farrington, David P.,  Osborn, S.G.,  West, D.J. . The persistence of labelling effects. British Journal of Criminology. 18, (3), 277-284.
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1977
Knight, B.J.,  Osborn, S.G.,  West, D.J. . Early marriage and criminal tendency in males. British Journal of Criminology. 17, (4), 348-360.
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1977
Farrington, David P. The effects of public labelling. British Journal of Criminology. 17, (2), 112-125.
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1975
Knight, Barry James,  West, Donald James . Temporary and continuing delinquency. British Journal of Criminology. 15, (1), 43-50.
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1974
Blackmore, John . The relationship between self-reported delinquency and official convictions amongst adolescent boys. British Journal of Criminology. 14, (2), 172-176.
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1971
Farrington, David P.,  West, D. J. . A comparison between early delinquents and young aggressives. British Journal of Criminology. 11, (4), 341-358.
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1970
Gibson, H.B.,  Morrison, Sylvia,  West, D.J. . The confession of known offences in response to a self-reported delinquency schedule. British Journal of Criminology. 10, (3), 277-280.
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1970
Gibson, H.B.,  West, D.J. . Social and intellectual handicaps as precursors of early delinquency. British Journal of Criminology. 10, 21-32.
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