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  British Journal of Criminology   (United Kingdom)
  Volume 49, Number 2, March 2009
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  • Articles
  • Making Counter-Law: On Having No Apparent Purpose in Chicago
        Ron Levi
        p.131-149                                                                              +cite        
  • Does Policing the Risk Society Hold the Road Risk?
        Jérôme Ferret and Vincent Spenlehauer
        p.150-164                                                                              +cite        
  • Policing Housemaids: The Criminalization of Domestic Workers in Bahrain
        Staci Strobl
        p.165-183                                                                              +cite        
  • Trade Secrets: Intersections between Diasporas and Crime Groups in the Constitution of the Human Trafficking Chain
        Jackie Turner and Liz Kelly
        p.184-201                                                                              +cite        
  • Reacting to Rape: Exploring Mock Jurors' Assessments of Complainant Credibility
        Louise Ellison and Vanessa E. Munro
        p.202-219                                                                              +cite        
  • Explaining Ethnic Inequality in the Juvenile Justice System: An Analysis of the Outcomes of Dutch Prosecutorial Decision Making
        Don Weenink
        p.220-242                                                                              +cite        
  • Aggregating to Versatility?: Transitions among Offender Types in the Short Term
        Jean Marie McGloin, Christopher J. Sullivan, and Alex R. Piquero
        p.243-264                                                                              +cite        

  • Reviews
  • Prostitution, Politics and Policy. By Roger Matthews (Oxon: Routledge-Cavendish, 2008, 157pp. £24.99) • Paying for Pleasure: Men who Buy Sex. By Teela Sanders (Cullompton: Willan Publishing, 2008, 242pp. £19.99)
        Nicoletta Policek
        p.265-269                                                                              +cite        
  • Victims, Crime and Society. Edited by Pamela Davies, Peter Francis and Chris Greer (London: Sage, 2007, 292pp. £19.99)
        Matthew Hall
        p.269-271                                                                              +cite        
  • Domestic Violence: The Five Big Questions. Edited by Mangai Natarajan (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007, 600pp. £140.00)
        Nahid Ahmad
        p.271-274                                                                              +cite        
  • Terrorism, Rights and the Rule of Law: Negotiating justice in Ireland. By B. Vaughan, and S. Kilcommins (Cullomtpon: Willan Publishing, 2008, 234pp. £18.99pb)
        Anna Eriksson
        p.274-276                                                                              +cite        
  • The Critical Criminology Companion. Edited by Anthony and Chris Cunneen (Sydney: Hawkins Press, 2008, 336pp. £26.00 pb)
        Pat Carlen
        p.276-279                                                                              +cite        
  • Race and Policing in America: Conflict and Reform. By R. Weitzer and S.A. Tuch (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006, 225pp. £16.99)
        Michael Rowe
        p.279-281                                                                              +cite        
  • My Father's Watch: The Story of a Child Prisoner in 70s Britain. By Patrick Maguire London: Fourth Estate, 2008, 432pp., £16.99 hb)
        Joe Sim
        p.281-284                                                                              +cite