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2001
Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Understanding desistance from crime. Crime and Justice: A Review of Research. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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2008
Sampson, Robert J. Rethinking crime and immigration. Contexts. 7, (1), 28-33.
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2008
Sampson, Robert J. Immigration, race/ethnic diversity, and crime. powerpoint presentation, Taipei, Taiwan: National Taipei University.
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2001
Sampson, Robert J.,  Raudenbush, Stephen W. Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods--Does It Lead to Crime?. National Institute of Justice Research in Brief. NCJ 186049, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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1997
Sampson, Robert J.,  Raudenbush, Stephen W.,  Earls, Felton . Neighborhoods and Violent Crime: A Multilevel Study of Collective Efficacy. Science. 277, 918-924.
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2003
Sampson, Robert J. Urban Disorder, Crime and Neighborhood Collective Efficacy. Seminario Internacional 'Politicas De Prevencion Del Crimen Y La Violencia En Ambitos Urbanos'. Bogota, Colombia.
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1999
Sampson, Robert J.,  Bartusch, Dawn J. Attitudes Toward Crime, Police, and the Law: Individual and Neighborhood Differences. National Institute of Justice Research Preview. NCJ 184200, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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1998
Sampson, Robert J.,  Raudenbush, Stephen W.,  Earls, Felton . Neighborhood Collective Efficacy--Does It Help Reduce Violence?. National Institute of Justice Research Preview. NCJ 184377, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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