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1.

Crime and the Life-Course, Prevention, Experiments, and Truth Seeking: Joan McCord's Pioneering Contributions to Criminology

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 1-20, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of Montreal - Department of Psychology, Northeastern University - School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill - Department of Philosophy
2.

Crime Victims’ Decisions to Call the Police: Past Research and New Directions

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 217-240, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of Maryland - Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice and Independent
3.

Criminal Justice in Indian Country: A Theoretical and Empirical Agenda

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 337-357, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Penn State University and University of Arkansas - Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice
4.

Cumulative Disadvantage in the American Criminal Justice System

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 291-319, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
State University of New York and University of Maryland
5.

Cyber-Dependent Crimes: An Interdisciplinary Review

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 191-216, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Georgia State University - Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology and University of Miami - Department of Sociology
6.

Methodological Challenges and Opportunities in Testing for Racial Discrimination in Policing

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 73-98, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Harvard University - Department of Sociology and Harvard University - Department of Sociology
7.

Public Opinion and Criminal Justice Policy: Theory and Research

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 405-428, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
School of Criminal Justice, University at Albany, SUNY
8.

Social Networks and Crime: Pitfalls and Promises for Advancing the Field

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 99-122, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of California, Irvine - Department of Sociology and University of California, Irvine
9.

Taking the 'Girl' Out of Gender-Responsive Programming in the Juvenile Justice System

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 321-336, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Ceres Policy Research, University of California, Berkeley and On Common Ground Consulting
10.

The Real Gold Standard: Measuring Counterfactual Worlds that Matter Most to Social Science and Policy

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 123-145, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Carnegie Mellon University - H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management and Harvard University
11.

Assessing the Power of Prostitution Policies to Shift Markets, Attitudes, and Ideologies

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 493-508, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of Oslo
12.

Crime and Safety in Suburbia

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 147-165, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Northeastern University - College of Criminal Justice and Northeastern University - College of Criminal Justice
13.

Girls’ and Women's Violence: The Question of General Versus Uniquely Gendered Causes

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 167-189, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Bowling Green State University - Department of Sociology and Florida State University - College of Criminology and Criminal Justice
14.

Government Policies for Counteracting Violent Extremism

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 383-404, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of Maryland - College Park and CUNY, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
15.

Hot Potato Criminology: Ethnographers and the Shame of Poor People's Crimes

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 21-52, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Sociology
16.

Indigenous Peoples, Criminology, and Criminal Justice

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 359-381, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research,University of Technology Sydney and University of Waikato - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
17.

Jail Incarceration: A Common and Consequential Form of Criminal Justice Contact

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 265-290, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of California, Irvine - Department of Sociology and University of California, Irvine - Department of Criminology, Law and Society
18.

Keeping Score: Predictive Analytics in Policing

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 473-491, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Carnegie Mellon University - H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University - H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management and Carnegie Mellon University - H. John Heinz III College of Information Systems and Public Policy
19.

Looking Through Broken Windows: The Impact of Neighborhood Disorder on Aggression and Fear of Crime is an Artifact of Research Design

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 53-71, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Northeastern University - School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University - College of Criminal Justice and Northeastern University - School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
20.

Neuroscience and the Criminal Justice System

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 451-471, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
Stanford Law School and Duke University School of Law
21.

Peer Influence and Delinquency

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 241-264, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of Maryland - Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice and University of Missouri at Saint Louis - Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice
22.

The Rise and Restraint of the Preventive State

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 2, pp. 429-450, 2019
Posted: 18 Jan 2019
Accepted Paper Series
University of Oxford Faculty of Law and University of Oxford - Faculty of Law
23.

Bringing Crime Trends Back into Criminology: A Critical Assessment of the Literature and a Blueprint for Future Inquiry

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 39-61, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
Independent, University of New Mexico - Department of Sociology and University of Missouri - St. Louis
24.

Inmate Society in the Era of Mass Incarceration

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 261-283, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
Pennsylvania State University and University of Toronto - Department of Sociology
25.

Policing in the Era of Big Data

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 401-419, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of Pennsylvania - Jerry Lee Center of Criminology
26.

Reducing Fatal Police Shootings as System Crashes: Research, Theory, and Practice

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 421-449, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of Cambridge - Institute of Criminology
27.

Restricting the Use of Solitary Confinement

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 285-310, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of California, Santa Cruz - Department of Psychology
28.

Schools and Crime

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 149-169, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
29.

Situational Opportunity Theories of Crime

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 123-148, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of Cincinnati and University of Cincinnati
30.

The Long Reach of Violence: A Broader Perspective on Data, Theory, and Evidence on the Prevalence and Consequences of Exposure to Violence

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 85-102, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
New York University (NYU)
31.

The Politics, Promise, and Peril of Criminal Justice Reform in the Context of Mass Incarceration

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 235-259, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of Washington
32.

The Problems with Prosecutors

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 451-469, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
Stanford University

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33.

Collateral Consequences of Punishment: A Critical Review and Path Forward

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 171-194, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of Oxford and University of California, Irvine
34.

Desistance from Offending in the Twenty-First Century

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 311-334, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of Massachusetts Boston and University of Missouri at Saint Louis
35.

Forensic DNA Typing

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 497-515, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
New York University (NYU)
36.

Gun Markets

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 359-377, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
Duke University - Sanford School of Public Policy
37.

Immigration and Crime: Assessing a Contentious Issue

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 63-84, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
College of William and Mary and University of California, Irvine
38.

Monetary Sanctions: Legal Financial Obligations in US Systems of Justice

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 471-495, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of California, Berkeley - The Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Irvine - Department of Criminology, Law and Society, University of Washington, University of Washington and University of Washington
39.

Offender Decision-Making in Criminology: Contributions from Behavioral Economics

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 379-400, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
State University of New York (SUNY) - School of Criminal Justice, Texas State University and School of Criminal Justice, University at Albany, SUNY
40.

On the Measurement and Identification of Turning Points in Criminology

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 335-358, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of Maryland - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice and University of Maryland
41.

Reflections on Disciplines and Fields, Problems, Policies, and Life

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 1-18, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
Washington State University
42.

Replication in Criminology and the Social Sciences

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 19-38, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University at Albany (SUNY), Duke University and University of Connecticut - Neag School of Education
43.

Understanding the Determinants of Penal Policy: Crime, Culture, and Comparative Political Economy

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 195-217, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
London School of Economics - Law Department, London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Government and London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Government
44.

Varieties of Mass Incarceration: What We Learn from State Histories

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 219-234, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
Northern Illinois University
45.

Victimization Trends and Correlates: Macro- and Microinfluences and New Directions for Research

Annual Review of Criminology, Vol. 1, pp. 103-121, 2018
Posted: 10 Feb 2018
Accepted Paper Series
University of Missouri at Saint Louis - Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice and Loyola University of Chicago