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Submissions from 1996


Are the Old Order Amish Becoming More Like the Hutterites?, William L. Smith

Submissions from 1992

Negotiating Identity in a Basque Borderland, Barbara A. Hendry

Identities in Spain: the 1980s and Beyond, Barbara A. Hendry and Heidi Kelley

Submissions from 1991

Assessing Museum Member Motivations, James D. Bigley

Preference Outliers and Environmental Protection, Karen M. McCurdy

The Quaint and Curious War, Dennis D. Murphy

Submissions from 1989

Their Perch and Not Their Terror, Dennis D. Murphy

Submissions from 1988

Contemporary Perspectives on Latin-American Terrorism, Dennis D. Murphy

Georgia and the Constitution, Dennis D. Murphy

Terrorism: A Problem of Public Administration?, Dennis D. Murphy

Submissions from 1986

International Terrorism: Disordered Liberty, Dennis D. Murphy


The Ordering of Ordered Liberty, Dennis D. Murphy


When Jeopardy Attaches, Dennis D. Murphy

Submissions from 1984


Hearsay: The Least Understood Exclusionary Rule, Dennis D. Murphy

Law and Ardor, Dennis D. Murphy

The Ethical Imperative in Criminological Research: Toward Entelechy, Dennis D. Murphy

Submissions from 1983


Restitution: Civil Penalty for Criminal Wrong?, Dennis D. Murphy

Submissions from 1982


The Criminal Justice System as an Educational Enterprise, Dennis D. Murphy