23 Canadian J. Criminology [i] (1981)

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1 Editorial - Editorial
5 The Policy Process in Canadian Criminal Justice: A Perspective and
Research Agenda. Peter H. Solomon, Jr.
27 Boscoville: Evaluation de son efficacit6 t travers I'evolution psychologique de
ses pensionnaires pendant et aprbs le s6jour. Michel Bosse et Marc LeBlanc
43 Informed Public Opinion and Death Penalty Attitudes. Neil Vidmar and Tony
Dittenhoffer
57 Prevention of Shoplifting: A Community Action Approach. Chok C. Hiew
69 Vandalism - The Urge to Damage and Destroy. Michael D. Whittingham
75 The Diffusion of Victim Compensation in Canada. William G. Doerner and
Susan Stelzenmuller Silverman
83 Do Self-Report Studies of Drug Use Really Give Dependable Results?
Reginald G. Smart and George K. Jarvis
93 The Oshawa Impaired Drivers Programme: An Evaluation of a Rehabilitation
Programme. E. Vingilis, E. Adlaf and L. Chung
103 Research Notes - Notes de recherche
* Canadian Recidivism Index
Robert B. Cormier
* Inmate Racial Status and the Perception of Freedom
J. Syrotuik, G. Guenette, D. Milgaard, L. Powell and D. Rain
107 Book Reviews - Revue des livres
* Dodge: A World Without Prisons
T. J. Juliani
Szabo: Criminology and Crime Policy
Avtar Singh Wasson
Nietzel: Crime and Modification: A Social Learning Perspective
Paul Gendreau
Bottomley: Criminology in Focus
David E. S. Jenkins
Grosman: New Directions in Sentencing
James T. Teevan
Prus and Irini: Hookers, Rounders and Desk Clerks
Jack Haas
Athens: Violent Criminal Acts and Actors: A Symbolic Interactionnist Study.
Mary Lorenz Dietz.
121 Books Received - Livres repus
122 Coming Events - Prochaines manifestations
124 Directives pour les auteurs
Instructions to authors

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