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ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
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Hard Time and Hard Love: Issues and Challenges of Visitation for Men of Incarcerated Women
Juvenile Homicide: A Closer Examination of Childhood Maltreatment
Effects of Acculturation and Gender on Mexican American Teens' Perceptions of Dating Violence Prevention Programs
Parental Criminality Links to Additional Risk Factors for Juvenile Delinquency
Negotiating Vision and Reality: The U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division and Its Role in Human Trafficking Casework
Country Day Schools and Juvenile Detention: Where U.S. Schooling Can Lead To or Leave You
Examining the Relationship between Immigration Status and Criminal Involvement: Do Illegal Immigrants Commit More Crime?
The Rise of Centralized Policing Along the Southwest Border: A Social Response to Disorder, Crime, and Violence, 1835--1935
Assessing the Treatment Needs of Female Juvenile Gang Members An Exploratory Study
The Effects of Procedural Justice and Police Performance on Citizens' Satisfaction with Police
The Effects of Crime Incident Characteristics and Neighborhood Structure on Police Response Time
Social Learning in Context: Group Homies, Mentorship, and Social Support
Sentencing Disparities Between Male and Female Teacher Sexual Offenders: Do Male Offenders Receive Harsher Penalties in Arizona?
Seeking justice: A socioecological model of rape survivors' prosecution decisions
The changing face of police organizations: Trends in civilianization
Collaboration and conflict: Exploring the worldviews within the anti-trafficking community
A study of the literacy experiences and related life experiences of incarcerated Black adolescent males
The protective factors of youth first involved in the justice system who desist
Acculturation-related factors, peer influences, and substance use trajectories among Mexican-heritage juvenile offenders
Prosecutorial discretion and the social construction of animal cruelty: How cruel is "cruel"?
Emotional labor, dirty work & the face of immigration at the U.S. Border Patrol
Community, Context, and the Emergence and Shape of Community Courts
Risk assessment for domestic violence offenders: Predicting probation outcomes
From Criminalization to Symbolic Resiliency: Undocumented Immigrants "Re-imagining Success" In the United States
Crime in Late Life
The Non-Criminal Consequences of Gang Membership: Impacts on Education and Employment in the Life-Course
Examining the Diffusion of Police Arrests across Urban Space: Territoriality, the Police Role, and Isomorphism
Examining Gang Social Network Structure And Criminal Behavior
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