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THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
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Detailing changes in state prisons, 1974--2000, and explaining social unrest as a function of social structure, institutional characteristics, and political context
Self-governance, normalcy and control: Inmate-produced media at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola
The doubly victimized residents of disorganized neighborhoods: Social disorganization, collective efficacy, and police officers' use of excessive force
Examining parolees in their communities: Poverty, rurality, and criminal justice resources
Race/ethnicity, social structure, and violence: Moving beyond black-white comparisons toward an understanding of Hispanic violence
Instrumentality, reactivity and psychopathy in sexual offenses against children: An exploratory analysis
Opting out of parole: The other side of the "revolving door"
Problem definition and agenda setting among Pennsylvania's municipal governments: Sex offender residency restriction ordinances
An examination of the effects of victim-related contextual factors on the criminal justice system
The effects of alcohol and illegal drug use on initial family formation
Three essays on criminals' indebtedness
Patterns of crime in early parenthood
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