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Submissions from 2019

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‘The Other Side of the Fence:’ A Learning- and Control-Based Investigation of the Impact of Deviance on Friendship Quality, John Boman, Laura E. Agnich, Bryan Lee Miller, John Stogner, and Thomas Mowen

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Policing Fraud in England and Wales: Examining Constables’ and Sergeants’ Online Fraud Preparedness, Adam Bossler, Thomas Holt, and Cassandra Cross

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Beefing Up Criminology: Longitudinal Research Is Not The Only Answer, Francis T. Cullen, Travis C. Pratt, and Amanda K. Graham

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Examining Perceptions of Online Harassment Among Constables in England and Wales, Thomas Holt, Jin R. Lee, Roberta Liggett, Karen M. Holt, and Adam Bossler

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New Evidence of the Nexus Between Neighborhood Violence, Perceptions of Danger, and Child Health, Dylan B. Jackson, Chad Posick, and Michael G. Vaughn

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Examining English and Welsh Detectives’ Views of Online Crime, Jin R. Lee, Thomas Holt, George Burruss, and Adam Bossler

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Friend Not Foe? Race and Knowing the Police, Hannah D. McManus, Amanda K. Graham, Francis T. Cullen, Velmer S. Burton Jr., and Cheryl Lero Jonson

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Strain and Prescription Drug Misuse in the United States Military, Thomas Mowen, Taylor Tolles, and Ryan D. Schroeder

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The Use of Help Seeking and Coping Strategies Among Bosnian Women in Domestic Violence Shelters, Lisa R. Muftic, Susan Hoppe, and Jonathan A. Grubb

Submissions from 2018

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Policing Cybercrime, Adam Bossler

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Criminology’s Contribution to the Study of Digital Piracy, Adam Bossler and Tyler Edwards

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Revisiting the Suppression Relationship Between Social Learning and Self-Control on Software Piracy, George Burruss, Thomas Holt, and Adam Bossler

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Enhancing Data-driven Law Enforcement Efforts: Exploring How Risk Terrain Modeling and Conjunctive Analysis Fit in a Crime and Traffic Safety Framework, Grant Drawve, Jonathan A. Grubb, Hannah Steinman, and Michelle Belongie

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How Cross-national Research on Domestic Violence Shelters Can Help Reduce Barriers to Service, Jonathan A. Grubb

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Repurposing Agnew’s (2005) Integrated Theory of Crime and Delinquency to Predict Victimization, Jonathan A. Grubb and Chad Posick

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An Examination of English and Welsh Constables’ Perceptions of the Seriousness and Frequency of Online Incidents, Thomas Holt, George Burruss, and Adam Bossler

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Analyzing Predictors of Drinking and Driving Among Gender Cohorts Within a College Sample, Justin Hoyle, Bryan Lee Miller, John Stogner, Chad Posick, and Brenda Blackwell

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The Role of Adolescent Victimization in Energy Drink Consumption: Monitoring the Future, 2010-2016., Dylan Jackson, Wanda E. Leal, Chad Posick, Michael G. Vaughn, and Myrah Olivan

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Chapter 4: Electives that will Help, Kevin Jennings

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Chapter 7: Stereotypes and Misperceptions in Criminal Justice Employment, Kevin Jennings

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On the Need for a Biopsychosocial Victimology: A Foundational Model for Focusing Violence Prevention on Women and Children, Chad Posick, Emily N. Lasko, and Richard E. Tremblay

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A Near-repeat Examination of Economic Crimes, Zachary A. Powell, Jonathan A. Grubb, and Matt R. Nobles

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Opportunity and Self-Control: Do they Predict Multiple Forms of Online Victimization?, Bradford W. Reyns, Bonnie S. Fisher, Adam Bossler, and Thomas Holt

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The Impact of Victim Attractiveness on Victim Blameworthiness and Defendant Guilt Determinations in Cases of Domestic and Sexual Assault, Jennifer Wareham, Bonnie Berry, Brenda Blackwell, and Denise Paquette

Submissions from 2017

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Does Breaking Gender Stereotypes Contribute to Victimization at School?, Laura E. Agnich, Lindsay L. Kahle, Anthony A. Peguero, Jennifer L. Murphy, Olivia Foroughi, and Jennifer N. Nester

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Routine Activity Theory, Joseph D. Bacot and Chad Posick

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Progress and Backlash in the Wake of Obergefell: Reaching Conservative Southern Teachers through the Power of Literature, Scott A. Beck, Dina C. Walker-DeVose, Laura E. Agnich, Caren Town, and Trina Smith

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Chapter 3: Cybercrime Research at the Crossroads: Where the Field Currently Stands and Innovative Strategies to Move Forward, Adam Bossler

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Need for Debate on the Implications of Honeypot Data for Restrictive Deterrence Policies in Cyberspace, Adam Bossler

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An Evaluation of a Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Program in the Rural South, Shanna N. Felix, Laura E. Agnich, and April M. Schueths

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Examining the Link Between the Human Microbiome and Antisocial Behavior: Why Criminologist Should Care About Biochemistry, Too, Worlanyo E. Gato, Chad Posick, Ashley Williams, and Christopher Mays

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Punishment, Crime and Ethics, Laurie A. Gould, Jack Lightfoot, and Kayla Hulon

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A Comparative Analysis of Domestic Violence Shelter Staff Perceptions Regarding Barriers to Services in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United States, Jonathan A. Grubb and Lisa R. Muftic

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Psychological Prison Programs, Emily N. Lasko and Chad Posick

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No Statute of Limitations: Will 2017 Bring Closure to the Murder of John Kennedy?, Dennis D. Murphy

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Reappraising the Impact of Offending on Victimization: A Propensity Score Matching Approach, Chad Posick

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Restorative Justice, Chad Posick

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Putting HEART Into Policing: A 21st Century Model for Effective and Fair Policing, Chad Posick and Heather Hatfield

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Biological Criminology, Chad Posick and M. McBride

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Editorial Introduction to the Special Issue: Crime and Justice in Suburban and Rural Context, Chad Posick and Michael Rocque

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From Urban to Suburban Criminology: Understanding Crime in America’s “Safe” Cities, Michael Rocque and Chad Posick

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Paradigm Shift or Normal Science? The Future of (Biosocial) Criminology, Michael Rocque and Chad Posick

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The Police-Community Interaction Survey: Measuring Police Performance in New Ways, Dennis P. Rosenbaum, Jon Maskaly, Daniel S. Lawrence, Justin H. Escamilla, Georgina Enciso, Thomas E. Christoff, and Chad Posick

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A Tale of Two Universities: A Red State-Blue State Comparison of College Students’ Attitudes of Concealed Carry on Campus Policies, Jaclyn Schildkraut, Kevin Jennings, Collin M. Carr, and Victoria Terranova

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Does the Strength of the Victim-Offender Overlap Depend on the Relationship Between the Victim and Perpetrator?, Gregory M. Zimmerman, Chelsea Farrell, and Chad Posick

Submissions from 2016

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The Effects of Adoption Openness and Type on the Mental Health, Delinquency, and Family Relationships of Adopted Youth, Laura E. Agnich, April M. Schueths, Tiffany D. James, and Jeff J. Klibert

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On the Need for Policing Cybercrime Research, Adam Bossler and Thomas Holt

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Placing the Criminalization of School Discipline in Economic Context, John J. Brent

Felon Disenfranchisement: The Voting Rights Act Fifty Years Later, Maxine L. Bryant and Becky da Cruz

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Psychological Victimization among College Students, Shanna N. Felix, Christina Policastro, Laura E. Agnich, and Laurie Gould

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Exploring the Relationship Between Gender Violence and State Failure: A Cross-National Comparison, Laurie A. Gould and Laura E. Agnich

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State Fragility Around the World: Fractured Justice and Fierce Reprisal, Laurie Gould and Matthew Page

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Assessing the Macro-level Correlates of Malware Infections Using a Routine Activities Framework, Thomas Holt, George Burruss, and Adam Bossler

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Chapter 30: Technology and violence. In Cuevas, Carlos and Rennison, Thomas J. Holt and Adam Bossler

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Identifying Predictors of Unwanted Online Sexual Conversations among Youth Using a Low Self-Control and Routine Activity Framework, Thomas J. Holt, Adam Bossler, Rebecca Malinski, and David C. May

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Power-Control Theory, Kayla Kane and Brenda Blackwell

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Social Class and Crime, Bryan Lee Miller

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Unpaid Debt to Society: Exploring How Ex-Felons View Restrictions on Voting Rights after the Completion of Their Sentence, Bryan Lee Miller and Laura E. Agnich

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Exploring Butane Hash Oil Use: A Research Note, Bryan Lee Miller, John M. Stogner, and J. Mitchell Miller

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School Crime and Security, Thomas Mowen, John J. Brent, and Aaron Kupchik

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Who Seeks Counseling for Intimate Partner Violence? The Role of Emotional Distress, Chad Posick, Laura E. Agnich, Christina Policastro, and Heather Hatfield

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Self-Control and Crime: Theory, Research, and Remaining Puzzles, Michael Rocque, Chad Posick, and Alex R. Piquero

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Predictors of “Success” Among Drug-Seeking Patients, Amber N. Sanders, John M. Eassey, John M. Stogner, and Bryan Lee Miller

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Synthetic and NovelDrugs: Emerging Issues, Legal Policy, and Public Health, John Stogner, Bryan Lee Miller, and David N. Khey

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They Were Getting High on What? Evaluating Novel Psychoactive Drug Knowledge among Practitioners, John M. Stogner, David N. Khey, Laura E. Agnich, and Bryan Lee Miller

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Risk Factors for and Behavioral Consequences of Direct versus Indirect Exposure to Violence, Gregory M. Zimmerman and Chad Posick

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The Power of (Mis)Perception: Rethinking Suicide Contagion in Youth Friendship Networks, Gregory M. Zimmerman, Carter Rees, Chad Posick, and Lori A. Zimmerman

Submissions from 2015

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A Comparative Analysis of Attempted and Completed School-Based Mass Murder Attacks, Laura E. Agnich

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Alcohol Use and Crime, Laura E. Agnich

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Gender-Based Violence in Schools, Laura E. Agnich, Jun Sung Hong, and Anthony A. Peguero

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The Importance of Parenting in the Development of Self-Control in Boys and Girls: Results from a Multinational Study of Youth, Ekaterina Botchkovar, Ineke Haen Marshall, Michael Rocque, and Chad Posick

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Criminology’s Theoretical Incarceration: Qualitative Methods as Liberator, John J. Brent and Peter Kraska

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Deconstructing the LGBT-Victimization Association: The Case of Sexual Assault and Alcohol-Related Problems, Shanna Felix, Justin Hoyle, Chad Posick, Bryan Lee Miller, and John Stogner

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Power-Control Theory, Laurie A. Gould and Brenda Blackwell

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Can Differences in Attachment to Parents and Level of Self-Control Explain the Gender Gap in Juvenile Delinquency? Testing a Gendered Attachment-Self-Control Theory, Helmut Hirtenlehner, Brenda Blackwell, and Johannes Kepler

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Cybercrime in Progress: Theory and Prevention of Technology-Enabled Offenses, Thomas J. Holt and Adam Bossler

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Cybercrime and Digital Forensics: An Introduction, Thomas J. Holt, Adam Bossler, and Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar

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Policing Cybercrime and Cyberterror, Thomas J. Holt, George W. Burruss, and Adam Bossler

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A Review of Significant Tactical Police Cases: Learning from Past Events to Improve upon Future Responses, Kevin Jennings

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The Aftermath of Newtown: More of the Same, Aaron C. Kupchik, John J. Brent, and Thomas J. Mowen

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Examining the Mediating Effects of Social Learning on the Low Self-Control – Cyberbullying Relationship in a Youth Sample, Carrie K.W. Li, Thomas J. Holt, Adam Bossler, and David C. May

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Cheating Around the World: A Cross-National Analysis of Principal Reported Cheating, Bryan Lee Miller, Laura E. Agnich, Chad Posick, and Laurie A. Gould

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Marketing a Panic: Media Coverage of Novel Psychoactive Drugs (NPDs) and Its Relationship with Legal Changes, Bryan Lee Miller, John M. Stogner, Laura E. Agnich, Amber Sanders, Joseph D. Bacot, and Shanna N. Felix

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On the General Relationship between Victimization and Offending: Examining Cultural Contingencies, Chad Posick and Laurie A. Gould

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Empathy, Crime, and Justice, Chad Posick, Michael Rocque, and Matt Delisi

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Marriage and County-level Crime Rates: A Research Note, Michael Rocque, Chad Posick, Steven E. Barkan, and Ray Paternoster

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The Role of the Brain in Urban Violent Offending: Integrating Biology with Structural Theories of 'The Streets', Michael Rocque, Chad Posick, and Shanna Felix

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Age and Crime, Michael Rocque, Chad Posick, and Justin Hoyle

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A Comparative, Cross-Cultural Criminal Career Analysis, Michael Rocque, Chad Posick, Ineke Haen Marshall, and Alex R. Piquero

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Growing Up Is Hard to Do: an Empirical Evaluation of Maturation and Desistance, Michael Rocque, Chad Posick, and Helene R. White

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Measuring Procedural Justice and Legitimacy at the Local Level: The Police–Community Interaction Survey, Dennis P. Rosenbaum, Daniel S. Lawrence, Susan M. Hartnett, Jack McDevitt, and Chad Posick

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Assessing the Relationship between Divergent Drinking and Perceptions of Friendship Quality between Students, John Stogner, John H. Boman IV, and Bryan Lee Miller

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Assessing the Dangers of ‘Dabbing’ – Mere Marijuana or Harmful New Trend?, John M. Stogner and Bryan Lee Miller

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The Dabbing Dilemma: A Call for Research on Butane Hash Oil and Other Alternate Forms of Cannabis Use, John M. Stogner and Bryan Lee Miller

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Youth Drug Trends and Societal Reactions, John M. Stogner and Bryan Lee Miller

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Investigating the Role of Neighborhood Youth Organizations in Preventing Adolescent Violent Offending: Evidence from Chicago, Gregory M. Zimmerman, Brandon C. Welsh, and Chad Posick

Submissions from 2014

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Book Review: Why We Harm, Laura E. Agnich

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Examining Perceptions of Substance Use in Friendships of Different Gender Structure, John H. Boman IV, Bryan Lee Miller, John M. Stogner, Laura E. Agnich, and Marvin D. Krohn

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Chapter 10: Further Examining Officer Perceptions and Support for Online Community Policing, Adam Bossler and Thomas J. Holt

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Juvenile Violence, James A. Fox, Michael Rocque, and Chad Posick