Publications Received

Published date01 September 2005
Date01 September 2005
Subject MatterArticles
10.1177/0734016805284917Criminal Justice ReviewPublications Received
Publications Received
Ainslie, R. (2004). Long dark road: Bill King and murderin Jasper, Texas. Austin: University of TexasPress, pp.
xvi, 236.
Allen, F.(2004). A decent orderly lynching: The Montana vigilantes. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, pp.
xxiv, 421.
Barrow, B. (2004). My life with Bonnie and Clyde. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, pp. xlvii, 325.
Bradley, R. (2004). Science, technology, & criminal justice. New York:Peter Lang, pp. ix, 186.
Bullock, J., Haddow,G., Coppola, D., Ergin, E., Westerman, L., & Yeletaysi, S. (2005). Introductionto homeland
security. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. xvii, 534.
Cavadino, M., & Dignan, J. (2002). The penal system: An introduction. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 405.
Coldren, J. (2004). Patuxentinstitution: An American experimentin corrections. New York: Peter Lang, pp. xvii,
Coleman, J. (2002). The criminal elite: Understanding white-collar crime. New York:Worth, pp. xiii, 254.
Cooper, B. (2004). New political religionsor an analysis of modernterrorism. Columbia: University of Missouri
Press, pp. xiii, 242.
Dekeseredy, W., Alvi, S., Scwartz, M., & Tomaszewski, A. (2003). Under siege:Poverty and crime in a public
housing community. Lanham, MD: Lexington, pp. x, 184.
Dickinson, G., & Leming, M. (2005). Dying, death, and bereavement. Dubuque, IA: McGraw-Hill,pp. xviii, 221.
Furlong, M., Morrison, G., Skiba, R., & Cornell, D. (Eds.). (2004). Issues in school violence research. NewYork:
Halworth, pp. 177.
Gerler, E. (Ed.). (2004). Handbook of school violence. New York: Haworth Reference, pp. xxiii, 368.
Gill, F. (2003). The moral benefit of punishment: Self-determination as a goal of correctional counseling.
Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp. xiii, 157.
Glicken, M. (2005). Improvingthe effectiveness of the helping professions: An evidence-based approach to prac-
tice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. xvi, 335.
Gordon, G., Mcbride, R., & Hage, H. (2004). Criminal justice internships: Theory into practice. Cincinnati, OH:
Anderson, pp. xi, 193.
Derber, C. (2004). The wilding of America: Money,mayhem, and the new America dream. New York:Worth Pub-
lishers, pp. xiii, 153.
Halpin, A. (2004). Definition in the criminal law. Oxford, UK: Hart, pp. viii, 219.
Hames-Garcia, M. (2004). Fugitive thought: Prison movements, race, and the meaning of justice. Minneapolis:
University of Minnesota Press, pp. xi, 352.
Healy,G. (Ed.). (2004). Go directly to jail: The criminalization of almost everything. Washington, DC: Cato Insti-
tute, pp. xvii, 173.
Heymann, P.B. (2003). Terrorism,freedom, and security: Winning without war.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp.
xi, 210.
Holbert, S., & Rose, L. (2004). The color of guilt and innocence: Racial profiling and police practices in America.
San Ramon, CA: Page Marque, pp. xiv, 309.
Jacoby, J. (2004). Classics of criminology.Long Grove, IL: Waveland,pp. xvi, 567.
Keck, T.(2004). The most activist supreme court in history: The road to modern judicial conservatism. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press, pp. xiii, 378.
Kolman, J. (2004). The trials and tribulations of becoming a swat commander. Springfield, IL: Charles C.
Thomas, pp. xv, 68.
Lanceley, F. J. (2003). On-scene guide for crisis negotiators. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, pp. v, 274.
Lasher, L., & Sheridan, M. (2004). Munchausen by proxy: Identification, intervention, and case management.
New York: Haworth Maltreatment and Trauma Press, pp. xvii, 353.
Leuci, R. (2004). All the centurions: The real “prince on the city” tells his story. NewYork: HarperCollins, pp.
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