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CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE THEORY, 1/e is a concise and easy-to-use reference resource for those studying criminology and criminal justice. This exciting and thought-provoking new anthology features all of the proposals and response essays presented at the November, 2010 American Society of Criminology conference.
Table of Contents
|Investing Where It Counts: Preventing Delinquency and Crime with Early Family-Based Programs|
|Cost-Effective Crime Prevention|
|Keeping Up with the Jurisdiction Next Door: Access to and Use of Evidence Regarding Effective Prevention Programs for High-Risk Families|
|The Influence of Racial Threat in Schools: Recent Research Findings|
|Racial Threat and Schools: Looking Beyond the Boundaries of Criminology|
|The Impact of Recent School Discipline Research on Racial Threat Theory|
|˘No Time to Talk÷: A Cautiously Optimistic Tale of Restorative Justice and Related Approaches to School Discipline|
|From Social Control to Social Engagement: Enabling the ˘Time and Space÷ to Talk Through Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation|
|Talking Back to Bazemore and Schiff: A Discussion of Restorative Justice Interventions in Schools|
|Crime and Religion: Assessing the Role of the Faith Factor|
|Toward a Criminology of Religion: Comment on Johnson and Jang|
|Religion as a Unique Cultural Influence on Crime and Delinquency: Expanding on Johnson and JangĂs Agenda|
|Prisoner Radicalization and Sacred Terrorism: A Life Course Perspective|
|Politicization of Prisoners is an Old and Contemporary Story|
|Conversion, Radicalization, and the Life Course: Future Research Questions|
|Family and Neighborhood Effects on Youth Violence: Does Community Economic Development Increase Adolescent Well-Being?|
|Do Business Improvement Districts Exert a Contextual Effect on Adolescent Well-Being?|
|Geographically Targeted Economic Development Policy and Youth Violence|
|Fraud Vulnerabilities, the Financial Crisis, and the Business Cycle|
|The Effect of Economic Conditions on Fraud Arrest Rates: A Comment on Levi|
|Evolutionary Ecology, Fraud, and the Global Financial Crisis|
|Imprisonment and Crime Control: Building Evidence-Based Policy|
|Less Imprisonment, Less Crime: A Reply to Nagin|
|Deterrence, Economics, and the Context of Drug Markets|
|The Great Recession and the Great Confinement: The Economic Crisis and the Future of Penal Reform|
|Mass Incarceration and the Great Recession: A Comment on Gottschalk|
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