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2015
Botchkovar, Ekaterina,  Marshall, Ineke Haen,  Rocque, Michael,  Posick, Chad . The importance of parenting in the development of self-control in boys and girls: Results from a multinational study of youth. Journal of Criminal Justice. 43, (2), 133-141.
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2015
Augustyn, Megan B.,  Ward, Jeffrey T. Exploring the sanction-crime relationship through a lens of procedural justice. Journal of Criminal Justice. 43, (6), 470-479.
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2014
Piquero, Alex R.,  Jennings, Wesley G.,  Leeper Piquero, Nicole,  Schubert, Carol A. Human but not social capital is better able to distinguish between offending trajectories in a sample of serious adolescent Hispanic offenders. Journal of Criminal Justice. 42, (4), 366-373.
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2014
Hinkle, Joshua C.,  Yang, Sue-Ming . A new look into broken windows: What shapes individuals' perceptions of social disorder. Journal of Criminal Justice. 42, (1), 26-35.
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2014
Warner, Barbara D. Neighborhood factors related to the likelihood of successful informal social control efforts. Journal of Criminal Justice. 42, (5), 375-430.
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2013
McGarrell, Edmund F.,  Corsaro, Nicholas,  Melde, Chris,  Hipple, Natalie K.,  Bynum, Timothy,  Cobbina, Jennifer . Attempting to reduce firearms violence through a Comprehensive Anti-Gang Initiative (CAGI): An evaluation of process and impact. Journal of Criminal Justice. 41, (1), 33-43.
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2011
Katz, Charles M.,  Webb, Vincent J.,  Fox, Kate,  Shaffer, Jennifer N. Understanding the relationship between violent victimzation and gang membership. Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (1), 48-59.
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2011
Agnew, Robert,  Scheuerman, Heather,  Grosholz, Jessica,  Isom, Deena,  Watson, Lesley,  Thaxton, Sherod . Does victimization reduce self-control? A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (2), 169-174.
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2011
Kleck, Gary,  Kovandzic, Tomislav,  Saber, Mark,  Hauser, Will . The effect of perceived risk and victimization on plans to purchase a gun for self-protection. Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (4), 312-319.
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2011
Pyrooz, David C.,  Decker, Scott H. Motives and methods for leaving the gang: Understanding the process of gang desistance. Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (5), 417-425.
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2010
Randa, Ryan,  Wilcox, Pamela . School disorder, victimization, and general v. place-specific student avoidance. Journal of Criminal Justice. 38, (5), 854-861.
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2010
Baskin, Deborah,  Sommers, Ira . The influence of forensic evidence on the case outcomes of homicide incidents. Journal of Criminal Justice. 1141-1149.
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2010
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2010
Lee, Joanna M.,  Steinberg, Laurence,  Piquero, Alex R. Ethnic identity and attitudes toward the police among African American juvenile offenders. Journal of Criminal Justice. 38, (4), 781-789.
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2010
Wells, William,  Ren, Ling,  DeLeon-Granados, William . Reducing intimate partner homicides: The effects of federally-funded shelter service availability in California. Journal of Criminal Justice. 38, (4), 512-519.
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2009
Harris, Danielle A.,  Smallbone, Stephen,  Dennison, Susan,  Knight, Raymond A. Specialization and versatility in sexual offenders referred for civil commitment. Journal of Criminal Justice. 37, (1), 37-44.
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2009
Burchfield, Keri B. Attachment as a source of informal social control in urban neighborhoods. Journal of Criminal Justice. 37, (1), 45-54.
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2009
Brick, Bradley T.,  Taylor, Terrance J.,  Esbensen, Finn-Aage . Juvenile attitudes towards the police: The importance of subcultural involvement and community ties. Journal of Criminal Justice. 37, (5), 488-495.
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2009
Manasse, Michelle Eileen,  Ganem, Natasha Morgan . Victimization as a cause of delinquency: The role of depression and gender. Journal of Criminal Justice. 37, (4), 371-378.
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2009
Kierkus, Christopher A.,  Hewitt, John D. The contextual nature of the family structure/delinquency relationship. Journal of Criminal Justice. 37, (2), 123-132.
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2009
Stemen, Don,  Rengifo, Andres F. Mandating treatment for drug possessors: The impact of Senate Bill 123 on the criminal justice system in Kansas. Journal of Criminal Justice. 37, (3), 296-304.
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2008
Sun, Ivan Y.,  Payne, Brian K.,  Wu, Yuning . The impact of situational factors, officer characteristics, and neighborhood context on police behavior: A multilevel analysis. Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (1), 22-32.
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2008
Jennings, Wesley G.,  Piquero, Alex R. Trajectories of non-intimate partner and intimate partner homicides, 1980-1999: The importance of rurality. Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (5), 435-443.
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2008
Gault, Martha,  Silver, Eric . Spuriousness or mediation? Broken windows according to Sampson and Raudenbush (1999). Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (3), 240-243.
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2008
Rabe-Hemp, Cara E. Female officers and the ethic of care: Does officer gender impact police behavior?. Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (6), 426-434.
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2008
Hinkle, Joshua C.,  Weisburd, David . Irony of broken windows policing: A micro-place study of the relationship between disorder, focused police crackdowns and fear of crime. Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (6), 503-512.
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2008
Gustafson, Joseph L. Tokenism in policing: An empirical test of Kanter's hypothesis. Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (1), 1-10.
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2007
Sun, Ivan K. Policing domestic violence: Does officer gender matter?. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (6), 581-595.
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2007
Ganem, Natasha M.,  Agnew, Robert . Parenthood and adult criminal offending: The importance of relationship quality. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (6), 630-643.
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2007
Hinduja, Sameer . Work place violence and negative affective responses: A test of Agnew's general strain theory. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (6), 657-666.
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2007
Warner, Barbara D. Robberies with guns: Neighborhood factors and the nature of crime. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (1), 39-50.
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2007
Swatt, Marc L.,  Gibson, Chris L.,  Piquero, Nicole Leeper . Exploring the utility of general strain theory in explaining problematic alcohol consumption by police officers. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (6), 596-611.
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2007
Langton, Lynn,  Piquero, Nicole Leeper . Can general strain theory explain white-collar crime? A preliminary investigation of the relationship between strain and select white-collar offenses. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (1), 1-15.
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2007
Buckler, Kevin,  Cullen, Francis T.,  Unnever, James D. Citizen assessment of local criminal courts: Does fairness matter?. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (5), 524-536.
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2006
Spano, Richard,  Reisig, Michael D. 'Drop the clipboard and help me!': The determinants of observer behavior in police encounters with suspects. Journal of Criminal Justice. 34, 619-629.
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2006
Sun, Ivan Y.,  Wu, Yuning . Citizens' perceptions of the courts: The impact of race, gender, and recent experience. Journal of Criminal Justice. 34, 457-467.
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2006
Langton, Lynn . Low self-control and parole failure: An assessment of risk from a theoretical perspective. Journal of Criminal Justice. 34, (5), 469-478.
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2005
Gomme, Ian M.,  Micucci, Anthony J. American Police and Subcultural Support for the Use of Excessive Force. Journal of Criminal Justice. 33, (5), 487-500.
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2005
He, Ni,  Zhao, Jihong,  Ren, Ling . Do race and gender matter in police stress? A preliminary assessment of the interactive effects. Journal of Criminal Justice. 33, (6), 535-547.
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2005
Schafer, J.,  Mastrofski, S. Police leniency in traffic enforcement encounters: Exploratory findings from observations and interviews. Journal of Criminal Justice. 33, 225-238.
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2005
Payne, Brian K.,  Berg, Bruce L.,  Sun, Ivan Y. Policing in small town America: Dogs, drunks, disorder and dysfunction. Journal of Criminal Justice. 33, (1), 31-41.
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2005
Carmichael, Stephanie,  Langton, Lynn,  Pendell, Gretchen,  Reitzel, John D.,  Piquero, Alex R. Do the experiential and deterrent effect operate differently across gender?. Journal of Criminal Justice. 33, (3), 267-276.
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2004
Schuck, Amie M. The Masking of Racial and Ethnic Disparity in Police Use of Physical Force: The Effects of Gender and Custody Status. Journal of Criminal Justice. 32, (6), 557-564.
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2004
Hickman, Matthew J.,  Piquero, Nicole L.,  Piquero, Alex R. The validity of Niederhoffer's cynicism scale. Journal of Criminal Justice. 32, (1), 1-13.
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2003
Crank, John P.,  Giacomazzi, Andrew,  Heck, Carry . Fear of crime in a nonurban setting. Journal of Criminal Justice. 31, (3), 249-263.
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2003
Engel, Robin Shepard . Explaining suspects' resistance and disrespect toward police. Journal of Criminal Justice. 31, (5), 475-492.
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2003
Schwaner, Shawn L.,  Keil, Thomas . Internal colonization, folk justice, and murder in Appalachia: The case of Kentucky. Journal of Criminal Justice. 31, (3), 279-286.
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