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2000
Clark, Richard D.,  Lab, Steven P. Community characteristics and in-school criminal victimization. Journal of Criminal Justice. 28, (1), 33-42.
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1990
O'Brien, Robert M. Comparing detrended UCR and NCS crime rates over time: 1973-1986. Journal of Criminal Justice. 18, (3), 229-238.
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1982
Teske, Raymond H.C.,  Arnold, Herald R. Comparison of the criminal statistics of the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany. Journal of Criminal Justice. 10, (5), 359-374.
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1977
Gottfredson, Michael R.,  Hindelang, Michael J. A consideration of telescoping and memory decay biases in victimization surveys. Journal of Criminal Justice. 5, (3), 205-216.
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2007
O'Neill, Lauren,  McGloin, Jean Marie . Considering the efficacy of situational crime prevention in schools. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (5), 511-523.
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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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2001
Taylor, Terrance J.,  Turner, Kelly B.,  Esbensen, Finn-Aage,  Winfree, L. Thomas, Jr. . Coppin' an attitude: Attitudinal differences among juveniles toward the police. Journal of Criminal Justice. 29, 295-305.
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1975
Maltz, Michael D. Crime statistics: A mathematical perspective. Journal of Criminal Justice. 3, (3), 177-193.
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1995
Hanke, Penelope J.,  Gundlach, James H. Damned on arrival: A preliminary study of the relationship between homicide, emergency medical care, and race. Journal of Criminal Justice. 23, (4), 313-323.
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1984
Messner, Steven F. The 'dark figure' and composite indexes of crime: Some empirical explorations of alternative data sources. Journal of Criminal Justice. 12, (5), 435-444.
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1993
Menard, Scott,  Elliott, Delbert S. Data Set Comparability and Short-Term Trends in Crime and Delinquency. Journal of Criminal Justice. 21, (5), 433-445.
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1998
Kovandzic, Tomislav,  Kleck, Gary,  Gertz, Marc . Defensive gun use: Vengeful vigilante imagery versus reality. Results from the national self-defense survey. Journal of Criminal Justice. 26, (3), 251-258.
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1980
Blumstein, Alfred,  Cohen, Jacqueline,  Miller, Harold D. Demographically disaggregated projections of prison populations. Journal of Criminal Justice. 8, (1), 1-26.
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2010
Dye, Meredith Huey . Deprivation, importation, and prison suicide: Combined effects of institutional conditions and inmate composition.. Journal of Criminal Justice. 28, (4), 796-806.
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1986
Snortum, J.R.,  Berger, D.E. . Detecting the 'Dark Figure' of Compliance. Journal of Criminal Justice. 14, 475-489.
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2000
Cao, Liqun,  Huang, Bu . Determinants of citizen complaints against police abuse of power. Journal of Criminal Justice. 28, (3), 203-213.
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2008
Wilson, Steve,  Zhao, Jihong . Determining the correlates of police victimization: An analysis of organizational level factors on injurious assaults. Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (5), 461-468.
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2002
Hochstetler, Andy,  Copes, Heath,  DeLisi, Matt . Differential association in group and solo offending. Journal of Criminal Justice. 30, (6), 559-566.
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1997
DeJong, Christina . Differential indicators of defensive weapon ownership: a comparison by gender. Journal of Criminal Justice. 25, (6), 517-526.
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2009
Eitle, David . Dimensions of racial segregation, hypersegregation, and Black homicide rates. Journal of Criminal Justice. 37, (1), 28-36.
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1995
Broidy, Lisa M. Direct Supervision and Delinquency: Assessing the Adequacy of Structural Proxies. Journal of Criminal Justice. 23, (6), 541-554.
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1993
Rosenfeld, Richard,  Decker, Scott H. Discrepant Values, Correlated Measures: Cross-City and Longitudinal Comparisons of Self Reports and Urine Tests of Cocaine Use among Arrestees. Journal of Criminal Justice. 21, 223-230.
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1989
Hakim, Simon,  Buck, Andrew J. Do casinos enhance crime?. Journal of Criminal Justice. 17, (5), 409-416.
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2010
D'Alessio, Stewart J.,  Stolzenberg, Lisa . Do cities influence co-offending?. Journal of Criminal Justice. 38, (4), 711-719.
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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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