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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 8, Number 1, February 2009

Bootlegging: A career caught between fantasy and reality
pp. 1-12(12)
Author: Klein, Malcolm W.

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Malcolm W. Klein: August Vollmer Award winner, 2008
pp. 19-23(5)
Author: Elliott, Delbert S.

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Explaining the imprisonment epidemic
pp. 25-27(3)
Author: Cook, Philip J.

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Crime, cash, and limited options: Explaining the prison boom
pp. 29-77(49)
Author: Spelman, William

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Explaining the rise in U.S. incarceration rates
pp. 87-95(9)
Author: Raphael, Steven

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Money and mass incarceration: The bad, the mad, and penal reform
pp. 97-109(13)
Author: Gottschalk, Marie

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Interpreting police use of force and the construction of reality
pp. 111-115(5)
Author: Alpert, Geoffrey P.

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Reasonable officers, public perceptions, and policy challenges
pp. 153-161(9)
Author: Novak, Kenneth J.

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The elusive nature of reasonableness
pp. 163-172(10)
Author: Terrill, William

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Can 14,737 women be wrong? A meta-analysis of the LSI-R and recidivism for female offenders
pp. 183-208(26)
Authors: Smith, Paula; Cullen, Francis T.; Latessa, Edward J.

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Gridlock or mutability: Reconsidering “gender” and risk assessment
pp. 209-219(11)
Author: Hannah-Moffat, Kelly

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The women are not wrong: It is the approach that is debatable
pp. 221-229(9)
Authors: Taylor, Kelly N.; Blanchette, Kelley

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