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Studies in Crime and Punishment

ISSN: 1529-2444

Studies in Crime and Punishment is a multidisciplinary series that publishes scholarly and teaching materials from a wide range of methodological perspectives and explores sentencing and criminology issues from a single nation or comparative perspective. Subject areas to be addressed in this series include, but will not be limited to: criminology, sentencing and incarceration, policing, law and the courts, juvenile crime, alternative sentencing methods, and criminological research methods.

Studies in Crime and Punishment is a multidisciplinary series that publishes scholarly and teaching materials from a wide range of methodological perspectives and explores sentencing and criminology issues from a single nation or comparative perspective. Subject areas to be addressed in this series include, but will not be limited to: criminology, sentencing and incarceration, policing, law and the courts, juvenile crime, alternative sentencing methods, and criminological research methods.

Studies in Crime and Punishment is a multidisciplinary series that publishes scholarly and teaching materials from a wide range of methodological perspectives and explores sentencing and criminology issues from a single nation or comparative perspective. Subject areas to be addressed in this series include, but will not be limited to: criminology, sentencing and incarceration, policing, law and the courts, juvenile crime, alternative sentencing methods, and criminological research methods.

Titles

  • Title: Wretched Sisters

    Wretched Sisters

    Examining Gender and Capital Punishmend
    Volume 19
    by Mary Welek Atwell (Author)
    Textbook 307 Pages
  • Title: Law and Criminal Justice

    Law and Criminal Justice

    Emerging Issues in the Twenty-First Century
    Volume 18
    by Christopher E. Smith (Author) Madhavi McCall (Author) Cynthia Perez McCluskey (Author)
    ©2005 Textbook 186 Pages
  • Title: Reasonable Use of Force by Police

    Reasonable Use of Force by Police

    Seizures, Firearms, and High-Speed Chases
    Volume 17
    by David A. May (Author) James E. Headley (Author)
    ©2008 Textbook 158 Pages
  • Title: School Violence, the Media, and Criminal Justice Responses

    School Violence, the Media, and Criminal Justice Responses

    Volume 16
    by Kimberly A. McCabe (Author) Gregory M. Martin (Author)
    ©2005 Textbook 124 Pages
  • Title: Identity Theft

    Identity Theft

    With a Foreword by Senator Maria Cantwell- Second Printing
    Volume 13
    by David A. May (Author) James E. Headley (Author)
    ©2004 Textbook 142 Pages
  • Title: Good Cop, Bad Cop

    Good Cop, Bad Cop

    Racial Profiling and Competing Views of Justice
    Volume 10
    by Milton Heumann (Author) Lance Cassak (Author)
    ©2003 Textbook 248 Pages
  • Title: Child Abuse and the Criminal Justice System

    Child Abuse and the Criminal Justice System

    Volume 9
    by Kimberly A. McCabe (Author)
    ©2003 Textbook 120 Pages
  • Title: Crime Mapping

    Crime Mapping

    New Tools for Law Enforcement
    Volume 8
    by Irvin B. Vann (Author) G. David Garson (Author)
    ©2003 Textbook 149 Pages
  • Title: Patuxent Institution

    Patuxent Institution

    An American Experiment in Corrections
    Volume 6
    by James R., Coldren, Jr. (Author)
    ©2004 Textbook 222 Pages
  • Title: Restorative Justice

    Restorative Justice

    Volume 5
    by Ruth Ann Strickland (Author)
    ©2004 Textbook 144 Pages