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Articles from Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (June 22, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
Alcohol and homicide in the United States 1934-1995 - or one reason why U.S. rates of violence may be going down. Parker, Robert Nash; Cartmill, Randi S. 8968
Asymmetrical causation and criminal desistance. Uggen, Christopher; Piliavin, Irving 7478
Declining crime rates: insiders' views of the New York City story. Kelling, George L.; Bratton, William J. 5047
Declining homicide in New York City: a tale of two trends. Fagan, Jeffrey; Zimring, Franklin E.; Kim, June 9680
Effective law-enforcement techniques for reducing crime. Gallo, John N. 3985
Explaining recent trends in U.S. homicide rates. Blumstein, Alfred; Rosenfeld, Richard 9357
Social institutions and the crime "bust" of the 1990s. Lafree, Gary 9597
The improbable transformation of inner-city neighborhoods: crime, violence, drugs, and youth in the 1990s. Curtis, Richard 17088
Understanding the time path of crime. Donohue, John J. 9601
Volunteerism and the decline of violent crime. Friedman, Warren 7470
Which homicides decreased? Why? Maltz, Michael D. 2258

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