Related to criminol: criminology, criminal justice


1. criminologist.
2. criminology.
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Yeager, The Gangster as White Collar Criminal: Organized Crime and Stolen Securities, <<Issues Criminol.>>, 8, 1, 1973, 49-73.
crime control in contemporary society; Brit J Criminol 36:445; 1996.
(167) See Martin Silverstein & Roberta Spark, "Social Bridges Falling Down: Reconstructing a 'Troublesome Population' of Batteted Women through Individual Responsibilization Strategies" (2007) 15:4 Crit Criminol 327.
& Criminol. 765 (2010); Mats Persson & Claes-Henric Siven, Incentive and Incarceration Effects in a General Equilibrium Model of Crime, 59 J.
The function of self-harm behavior in a forensic population: Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol 2005; 49:131-42.
CRIMINOL. 334, at 334 (2005) (recognizing absence of restorative justice in response to sexual assault).
See also Scot Wortley, "The Usual Suspects: Race, Police Stops and Perceptions of Criminal Injustice" (Paper presented at the 48th Annual Conference of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November, 1997) Criminol. [forthcoming].
& Criminol. 247(1995) and "Of Holocausts and Gun Control," 75 Washington U.
& CRIMINOL. 1175 (1998); Krug, Mercy, Dahlberg & Powell, Firearm and Non-Firearm-Related Homicide among Children, 2 HOMICIDE STUD.