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  Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society   (United Kingdom)
  Volume 24, Number 1, March 2011
                  other issues
 

  • Editorial
  • From the Editor's desk
        Roslyn Muraskin
        p.1-2                                                                                      +cite        

  • Articles
  • Understanding the relationship between perceptions of crime seriousness and recommended punishment: an exploratory comparison of adults and adolescents
        Tomer Einat; Sergio Herzog
        p.3-21                                                                                    +cite        
  • Characteristics of the Internet for criminal child sexual abuse by online groomers
        Julia Davidson; Petter Gottschalk
        p.23-36                                                                                  +cite        
  • An exploratory study on perceptions of safety, fear of crime, and victimization experiences among faculty and staff at an urban university: a focus on gender
        Angela R. Gover; Elizabeth A. Tomsich; Wesley G. Jennings; George E. Higgins
        p.37-55                                                                                  +cite        
  • Pine Ridge deaths, mistrials, and FBI Counter plo operations
        Zia Akhtar
        p.57-82                                                                                  +cite        
  • Need for triangulated methodologies in criminal justice and criminological research: exploring legal techniques as an additional method
        James F. Anderson; Kelley Reinsmith-Jones; Nancie J. Mangels
        p.83-103                                                                                +cite        
  • Death behind bars: an examination of mortality in jail, lockup, and hospital confinement-a historical study
        Christopher E. Powell; Richard G. Zevitz
        p.105-124                                                                              +cite        
  • Household gun prevalence and rates of violent crime: a test of competing gun theories
        Anthony Hoskin
        p.125-136                                                                              +cite