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Crime and Justice, Volume 23

An Annual Review of Research

Volume 23 includes articles by Daniel Nagin on deterrence; James Alan Fox and Jack Levin on serial and mass murder; Stephen J. Morse on "New Excuse" defenses; Christian Pfeiffer on youth violence in Western Europe; Roxanne Lieb, Vernon Quinsey, and Lucy Berliner on sexual psychopath laws; Rolf Loeber and Marc Le Blanc on the development of juvenile offending; and Michael Tonry on intermediate sanctions in sentencing guidelines.

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448 pages | 6 x 9-1/4 | © 1998

Crime and Justice: A Review of Research

Law and Legal Studies: Law and Society

Political Science: Public Policy

Table of Contents

Preface

Criminal Deterrence Research at the Outset of the Twenty-First Century
Daniel S. Nagin

Sexual Predators and Social Policy
Roxanne Lieb, Vernon Quinsey, and Lucy Berliner

Developmental Criminology Updated
Marc Le Blanc and Rolf Loeber

Intermediate Sanctions in Sentencing Guidelines
Michael Tonry

Juvenile Crime and Violence in Europe
Christian Pfeiffer

Excusing and the New Excuse Defenses: A Legal and Conceptual Review
Stephen J. Morse

Multiple Homicide: Patterns of Serial and Mass Murder
James Alan Fox and Jack Levin

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