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46 Brit. J. Criminology [i] (2006)

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British Journal of Criminology
Volume 46 Number 1 January 2006
The Foreground Dynamics of Street Robbery in Britain
Richard Wright, Fiona Brookman and Trevor Bennett 1
The Hidden Prevalence of Male Sexual Assault During War:
Observations on Blunt Trauma to the Male Genitals
Eric Stener Carlson 16
Crime, Bio-Agriculture and the Exploitation of Hunger
Reece Walters 26
Marijuana Argot as Subculture Threads: Social Constructions by Users in New York City
Bruce D. Johnson, Flutura Bardhi, Stephenj Sifaneck and Eloise Dunlap 46
Policing before and after the Police: The Historical Antecedents
of Contemporary Crime Control
Lucia Zedner 78
CCTV: Beyond Penal Modernism?
Clive Norris and Michael McCahill 97
Sources of Variation in Pro-Death Penalty Attitudes in China: An Exploratory Study
of Chinese Students at Home and Abroad
Bin Liang, Hong Lu, Terance D. Miethe and Lening Zhang 119
Public Opinion Versus PublicJudgment About Crime:
Correcting the 'Comedy of Errors'
David A. Green 131
Transforming International Criminal Justice: Retributive and Restorative Justice in the Trial Process,
by Mark Findlay and Ralph Henham
Louise Mallinder 155
Death Work: Police, Trauma and the Psychology of Survival, by Vicent Henry
Keith Bryett 158
Older Women in the CriminalJustice System: Running Out of Time, by Azrini Wahidin
Pat Carlen 159
Re-Imagining Policing in Canada, edited by Dennis Cooley
Olga Pleshkova 160
Thinking About Crime: Sense and Sensibility in American Penal Culture, by Michael Tonry;
Cruel and Unusual: Punishment and US Culture, by BrianJarvis
Mary Bosworth 164
Global Issues, Women and Justice, edited by S. Pickering and C. Lambert
Helen Codd 166
Rethinking Homicide: Exploring the Structure and Process Underlying Deadly Situations,
by Terance D. Miethe and Wendy C. Regoeczi;
Homicide: A Sociological Explanation, by Leonard Beeghley;
Understanding Homicide, by Fiona Brookman
Martin Holborn 170
Sex Work: A Risky Business, by Teela Sanders
Joanna Phoenix 173

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