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52 Brit. J. Criminology [i] (2012)

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British Journal of Criminology
Volume 52 Number 1 January 2012
Articles
Using 'Turning Points' to Understand Processes of Change in Offending: Notes from a Swedish
Study on Life Courses and Crime
Christoffer Carlsson 1
History and Global Criminology: (Re)Inventing Delinquency in Vietnam
Pamela Cox 17
Informers and the Transition in Northern Ireland
Ron Dudai 32
E-Resistance and Technological In/Security in Everyday Life: The Palestinian Case
Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian 55
Compstat and the New Penology: A Paradigm Shift in Policing?
Jamesj Willis and Stephen D. Mastrofski 73
UsingJurors to Explore Public Attitudes to Sentencing
Kate Warner and Julia Davis 93
Executions, Imprisonment and Crime in Trinidad and Tobago
David F Greenberg and Biko Agozino 113
Sentencing for Murder: Exploring Public Knowledge and Public Opinion in England and Wales
Barry Mitchell andjulian V Roberts 141
Homicide Law Reform in Victoria, Australia: From Provocation to Defensive Homicide and Beyond
Kate Fitz-Gibbon and Sharon Pickering 159
Understanding Cooperation with Police in a Diverse Society
Kristina Murphy and Adrian Cherney 181
Review Article
A Symposium of Reviews of Peculiar Institution: America's Death Penalty in an Age of Abolition: By David Garland
(Oxford University Press, Belknap Press, Harvard University Press, 417pp.) Reviews by Anette Ballinger, David
Brown, Pat Carlen, Richard Garside and Magnus H6rnquist 202
Reviews
Dress Behind Bars: Prison Clothing as Criminality, by Juliet Ash
Rod Morgan 217
Fictions ofjustice: The International Criminal Court and the Challenge of Legal Pluralism
in Sub-Saharan Africa, by Kamari Maxine Clarke
Bruce Hoffman  218
Controversies in Drug Policy and Practice, by N. McKeganey
Tammy Ayres 221
Offenders on Offending: Learning about Crime from Criminals, edited by Wim Bernasco
Georgios A. Antonopoulos 224
Youth in Crisis? Gangs, Territoriality and Violence, edited by Barry Goldson
Alistair Fraser 227
Policing Serious Crime in China: From 'Strike Hard' to 'Kill Fewer, by Susan Trevaskes
Geoffrey Pearson 230

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