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47 Brit. J. Criminology [i] (2007)

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British Journal of Criminology
An International Review of Crime and Society
Volume 47 Number 1 January 2007
Editorial
Pat Carlen 1
Articles
Russia and Youth Crime: A Comparative Study of Attitudes and their Implications
Mary McAuley and Kenneth I. Macdonald 2
Severe and SwiftJustice in China
Susan Trevaskes 23
TranslatingJustice and Therapy: The Drug Treatment Court Networks
Dawn Moore 42
BritishJews and the Racialisation of Crime in the Age of Empire
Dr Paul Knepper 61
The Social-Structural Correlates of Homicide in Late-Tsarist Russia
Andrew Stickley and William Alex Pridemore 80
Making Your Home a Shelter: Electronic Monitoring and Victim Re-entry
in Domestic Violence Cases
Edna Erez and Peter K Ibarra 100
Estimating the Economic and Social Costs of the Fear of Crime
Paul Dolan and Tessa Peasgood 121
The Relationship Between Likelihood and Fear of Criminal Victimization:
Evaluating Risk Sensitivity as a Mediating Concept
Derek Chadee, Liz Austen and Jason Ditton 133
The Elements and Prevalence of Fear
Simon Moore and Jonathan Shepherd 154
Reviews
Crime and Justice 1750-1950, by Barry Godfrey and Paul Lawrence;
Crime and Empire, 1840-1940: Criminal Justice in Local and Global Context,
edited by Barry Godfrey and Graeme Dunstall
David Taylor 163
Defining Crimes, edited by R. Duff and S. Green
Jonathan Doak 167
Contacts, Opportunities, and Criminal Enterprise, by Carlo Morselli
Federico Varese 169
Murder: Social and Historical Approaches to Understanding Murder and Murderers,
by Shani D'Cruze, Sandra Walklate and Samantha Pegg
Caroline Chapple 173

ISSN 0007-0955

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