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1 March 1998-31 May 1998

LAW IN ACTION: ETHNOMETHODOLOGICAL AND CONVERSATION ANALYTIC APPROACHES TO LAW. Edited by MAX TRAVERS and JOHN F. MANZO (Aldershot: Dartmouth, 1997. x + 296 pp, 40 [pounds sterling] hb).

GOVERNING THE DANGEROUS. By JOHN PRATT (Sydney: The Federation Press, 1997. vi + 218 pp, pb. Price not stated.).

JUVENILE JUSTICE AND YOUTH VIOLENCE. By JAMES C. HOWELL (Thousand Oaks, CA and London: Sage, 1997. x + 251 pp, 27 [pounds sterling] hb).

ADVENTURES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESEARCH: DATA ANALYSIS USING SPSS FOR WINDOWS (Thousand Oaks, CA and London: Pine Forge Press, 1997. xvii + 364 pp, 31 [pounds sterling] pb).

THE FUTURE OF TERRORISM: VIOLENCE IN THE NEW MILLENIUM. Edited by HARVEY W. KUSHNER (London: Sage, 1998. x + 278 pp, 19.09 [pounds sterling] pb).

EMERGING CRIMINAL JUSTICE: THREE PILLARS FOR A PROACTIVE JUSTICE SYSTEM. By PAUL H. HAHN (London: Sage, 1998. xiv + 218 pp, 19.99 [pounds sterling] pb).

THE WEREWOLF COMPLEX: AMERICA'S FASCINATION WITH VIOLENCE. By DENIS DUCLOS (Oxford: Berg, 1998. ix + 246 pp, 12.99 [pounds sterling] pb).

SOCIAL LEARNING AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE: A GENERAL THEORY OF CRIME AND DEVIANCE. By RONALD L. AKERS (London: Northeastern University Press, 1998. xx + 420 pp, 52.50 [pounds sterling] hb).

THE PRISON GOVERNOR: THEORY AND PRACTICE. By DAVID WILSON and SHANE BRYANS (Leyhill: Prison Service Journal, 1988. x + 174 pp, pb. Price not stated).

SERIOUS AND VIOLENT JUVENILE OFFENDERS: RISK FACTORS AND SUCCESSFUL INTERVENTIONS. Edited by ROLF LOEBER and DAVID FARRINGTON (Thousand Oaks, CA and London: Sage, 1998. xxix + 505 pp, 30 [pounds sterling] hb).

POLICING SPACE: TERRITORIALITY AND THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT. By STEVE HERBERT (Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press, 1997. x + 194 pp, 14.95 [pounds sterling] pb).

CRIME MAPPING AND CRIME PREVENTION. Edited by DAVID WEISBURD and TOM McEWAN (NewYork: Criminal Justice Press, 1998. 432 pp, $37.50 pb).

JUVENILE JUSTICE IN SCOTLAND: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF THE WELFARE APPROACH. By ANDREW LOCKYER and FREDERICK STONE (Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1998. xiii + 289 pp, 35 [pounds sterling] pb).

WE THE JURY: THE IMPACT OF JURORS ON OUR BASIC FREEDOMS. By GODFREY D. LEHMAN (New York: Prometheus Books, 1998. 369 pp, 23 [pounds sterling] hb).

SERIAL MURDER (second edition). By RONALD M. HOLMES and STEPHEN P. HOLMES (London: Sage, 1998. xi + 187 pp, 13.99 [pounds sterling] pb).

CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES ON SERIAL MURDER. Edited by RONALD M. HOLMES and STEPHEN P. HOLMES (London: Sage, 1998. ix + 246 pp, 13.90 [pounds sterling] pb).

CRIME, THE MEDIA AND THE LAW. By DENNIS HOWITT (Chichester John Wiley, 1998. x + 233 pp, 15.99 [pounds sterling] pb).

FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY, RACE and CULTURE. By SUMAN FERNANDO, DAVID NDEGWA and MELBA WILSON (London: Routledge, 1998. xvii + 286 pp, 16.99 [pounds sterling] pb).

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY: A GUIDE TO PRACTICE. By G. H. GUDJONSSON and L. R. C. HAWARD (London: Routledge, 1998. xii + 241 pp, 16.99 [pounds sterling] pb).

RECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES: CONFRONTING BEAUTY, PORNOGRAPHY AND THE FUTURE OF FEMINISM (Berkeley and London: University of California Press, 1998. 330 pp, $18.95 pb).

TOUGH JUSTICE: SENTENCING AND PENAL POLICIES IN THE 1990S. By IAN DUNBAR and ANTHONY LANGDON (London: Blackstone Press, 1998. 175 pp, 17.95 [pounds sterling] pb).

COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS: PROBATION, PAROLE AND INTERMEDIATE SANCTIONS. Edited by JOAN PETERSILIA (Oxford University Press, 1998. xii + 218 pp, 19 [pounds sterling] pb).

MAKING OFFENDERS: PERSONAL CONSTRUCTS, THERAPY AND CHANGE (Chichester: John Wiley, 1995. xvi + 273 pp, 16.99 [pounds sterling] pb).

WHY LAWYERS BEHAVE AS THEY DO. By PAUL G. HASKELL (Oxford: Westview Press, 1998. xiii + 120 pp, 12.50 [pounds sterling] pb).

THE CRIMINOLOGY THEORY READER. Edited by STUART HENRY and WERNER EINSTADTER (New York and London: New York University Press, 1998. xxv + 611 pp, $20 pb).

PRISON THEATRE. Edited by JAMES THOMPSON (London: Jessica Kingsley, 1998.240 pp, 17.95 [pounds sterling] pb).

TWISTING IN THE WIND: THE MURDERESS AND THE ENGLISH PRESS. By JUDITH KNELMAN (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998. xii + 322 pp, 14.50 [pounds sterling]).

INCARCERATING CRIMINALS: PRISONS AND JAILS IN SOCIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT. Edited by TIMOTHY J. FLANAGAN, JAMES W. MARQUART and KENNETH C. ADAMS (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. xii + 332 pp, 35 [pounds sterling] hb).

COUNSELLING WOMEN IN PRISON. By JOCELYN M. POLLOCK (Thousand Oaks, CA and London: Sage, 1998. viii + 217 pp, 12.99 [pounds sterling] pb).

BULLYING IN PRISONS. By IAN O'DONNELL AND KIMMETT EDGAR (Oxford: Oxford University Centre for Criminological Research, 1998. 103 pp, 15.50 [pounds sterling] pb).
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