Crime and Justice, Volume 29

A Review of Research

Edited by Michael Tonry

Crime and Justice, Volume 29
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Edited by Michael Tonry

400 pages | 6 x 9-1/4 | © 2002
Cloth $54.00 ISBN: 9780226808611 Published September 2002
"The most relevant topics for today’s policy makers and academicians are presented in a manner both comprehensive and accessible. As editor, Tonry has created a careful blend of the key philosophical, theoretical, and policy-relevant issues of the day . . . . A must for any bookshelf."—Criminal Justice Review

Volume 29 is a review of recent research on criminal justice issues, with a careful balance of research, theory, and practice.
Contents
Preface

After the Epidemic: Recent Trends in Youth Violence in the United States
Philip J. Cook and John H. Laub

Counting the Cost of Sentencing in North Carolina, 1980-2000
Ronald F. Wright

Explaining Deviance by Adolescent Females
Nadine Lanctôt and Marc Le Blanc

The Effects of Miranda v. Arizona: "Embedded" in Our National Culture?
George C. Thomas III and Richard A. Leo

Stalking
Paul E. Mullen and Michele Pathé

The Illegal Supply of Firearms
Anthony A. Braga, Philip J. Cook, David M. Kennedy, and Mark H. Moore
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