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Technology and the Criminal Justice System

Thomas Holt

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2013-05-28

Technology and the Criminal Justice System Introduction The evolution of technology directly affects the way the criminal justice system opera...

Terrorism

Karen Terry

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2009-12-14

Terrorism Introduction The study of terrorism is one of the most topical yet controversial issues in the field of criminology and criminal just...

Testimony, Eyewitness

Cara Laney, Elizabeth Loftus

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2011-05-25

Eyewitness Testimony Introduction Research into eyewitness testimony involves the psychological study of how crime witnesses perceive events, r...

Trajectory Methods in Criminology

Wesley G. Jennings, Alex R. Piquero

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2012-05-23

Trajectory Methods in Criminology Introduction Trajectory modeling has recently come into favor in criminological research. Advances in method...

Transnational Crime

Jay S. Albanese

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2009-12-14

Transnational Crime Introduction Transnational crimes are violations of law that involve more than one country in their planning, execut...

Truth-In-Sentencing

Brian J. Ostrom, Charles W. Ostrom

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2012-12-19

Truth-in-Sentencing Introduction Truth-in-sentencing (TIS) describes a range of justice system policies that eliminate discretionary parole re...

Urban Politics and Crime

Thomas Stucky

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2011-08-26

Urban Politics and Crime Introduction The study of urban politics and crime is at a very basic level an interdisciplinary endeavor, bringing to...

Victimization Patterns and Trends

Janet Lauritsen

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2009-12-14

Victimization Patterns and Trends Introduction Key insights about crime have been derived from the study of victimization patterns and tren...

Victimization, Repeat

Louise Grove, Graham Farrell

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2011-06-29

Repeat Victimization Introduction Repeat victimization refers to the repeated criminal victimization of a person, household, place, business, v...

Violence Against Women

Walter S. DeKeseredy

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2012-05-23

Violence Against Women Introduction Violence against women takes many shapes and forms, such as physical assaults on marital/cohabiting partne...

Violent Crime

Richard Rosenfeld

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2009-12-14

Violent Crime Introduction Violent crimes are violations of criminal law that involve the intentional use of violence by one person against an...

White-Collar Crime

Sally S. Simpson

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2009-12-14

White-Collar Crime Introduction The meaning and definition of white-collar crime is deeply contested. Most criminologists recognize that white-...

Wilson, James Q.

Brian Forst

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2013-09-30

James Q. Wilson Introduction James Q. Wilson (b. 1931–d. 2012) was, by many accounts, the most influential criminal justice scholar of the 20t...

Wrongful Conviction

Marvin Zalman

Subject: Criminology »

Date Added: 2012-07-24

Wrongful Conviction Introduction “Wrongful conviction,” an ambiguous term, has come to refer to the convictions of factually innocent persons ...

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