39 Canadian J. Criminology [i] (1997)

handle is hein.journals/cjccj39 and id is 1 raw text is: CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY
January/janvier 1997                            Volume 39 No. 1
Contents - Sommaire
1    The getting of wisdom: The ideology- and experience of graduate
education among students enrolled in anglophone Canadian
criminology programs. Dorothy Chunn and Robert Menzies.
27   Equivalency and interchangeability: The unexamined complexities
of reforming the fine. Voula Marinos.
51   Why are crime rates going down? A case study in Edmonton. Leslie
W. Kennedy and David Veitch.
27   Current Research - Recherches en cours
Book Reviews - Revue des livres
77   * GRAHAM and BENNETT: Crime Prevention Strategies in Europe
and North America. Brandon C. Welsh.
81    * McCORMICK and VISANO: Canadian Penology: Advanced
Perspectives and Research. DUMONT: Pdnologie: Le droit
canadien relatif aux peines et aux sentences. Pierre Landreville.
85   a MARS and NELKEN: The International Library of Criminology,
Criminal Justice and Penology. Andre Normandeau.
86   * LAPLANTE: Psychot~rapies et imp~ratifs sociaux. Les enjeux de
la connaissance de soi. Candido de Agra.
90    * BROCHU: Drogue et criminalit6. Line Beauchesne.
93    * TRItPANIER et TULKENS: D6linquance et protection de la
jeunesse: Aux sources des lois belge et canadienne sur l'enfance.
Ren~e Joyal.
96    * NORMANDEAU et DOUYON: Justice et communaut~s culturelles?
Georges Kellens.
100  - McCORMICK: Constructing Danger: The Mis/Representation of
Crime in the News. Aaron Doyle.
105  * McCORMICK: Constructing Danger: The Mis/Representation of
Crime in the News. John Anderson.
COMPORTEMENT: La violence chez les jeunes. Gilles Gendreau.
112  * CHAPLEAU: Cris de d~tresse, chuchotements d'espoir. Gilles
115  * SHICHOR: Punishment for Profit: Private Prisons/Public
Concerns. Maeve McMahon.
119  Books Received - Livres regus
124  Coming Events - Prochaines manifestations
126  Memo to Authors - Note aux auteurs
QSSN 0704-9722

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