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The Justice Professional is now published as Criminal Justice Studies.

Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 17, Number 1, March 2004

From the editor's desk
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: Muraskin, Roslyn

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Restorative Justice, Peacemaking, and Social Justice: The Application of Kingian Nonviolence Philosophy in Community Policing
pp. 19-31(13)
Authors: Barlow, David; Barlow, Melissa Hickman; Scandone, Joani; McNeil, Walter

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The Transnational Illegal Wildlife Trade
pp. 57-73(17)
Author: Warchol, Greg

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Using an Integrated Typology of Deviance to Expand Merton's Anomie Theory
pp. 75-90(16)
Authors: Heckert, Alex; Heckert, Druann Maria

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Learning to See Hate Crimes: A Framework for Understanding and Clarifying Ambiguities in Bias Crime Classification
pp. 91-105(15)
Authors: Nolan III, James; McDevitt, Jack; Cronin, Shea; Farrell, Amy

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Child Sexual Abuse: A Public Health Issue
pp. 107-126(20)
Authors: Anderson, James; Mangels, Nancie; Langsam, Adam

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Reconsidering the Leading Myths of Stranger Child Abduction
pp. 127-134(8)
Authors: Shutt, Eagle; Miller, Mitchell; Schreck, Christopher; Brown, Nancy

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Review
pp. 135-137(3)

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