43 Canadian J. Criminology [i] (2001)

handle is hein.journals/cjccj43 and id is 1 raw text is: CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY
REVUE CANADIENNE DE CRIMINOLOGIE
January/janvier 2001                                Volume 43 No. 1
Contents - Sommaire
Page
Editorial Editorial. The Editor/Le rddacteur
1     La couverture journalistique des requites de r~visionjudiciaire au Canada.
Karl Thomassin et Pierre Landreville.
27    Prevalence and consequences of spousal assault in Canada. Holly Johnson
and Valerie Pattie Bunge.
Segregation - Segregation
47    The psychological effects of 60 days in administrative segregation. Ivan
Zinger Cherami Wichmann, and D.A. Andrews.
Commentary #1 - Commentaire #1
85     Prisoners of isolation: Research on the effects of administrative seg-
regation. Julian V Roberts and Robert J. Gebotys.
Commentary #2 - Commentaire #2
99    * Voir ou ne pas voir la souffrance: r6flexions d propos d'une d~marche
de recherche? Pierre Landreville et Lucie Lemonde.
Commentary #3 - Commentaire #3
109    The psychological effects of administrative segregation. Michael
Jackson.
Response to the commentaries - Reponse aux commentaires
117   The search for the holy flaw. Ivan Zinger and Cherami Wichmann.
123   Making prisons safer and more humane environments. Paul Gendreau
and David Keyes.
131   Characteristics of administratively segregated offenders in federal
corrections. Laurence L. Motiuk and Kelley Blanchette.
Book Reviews - Revue des livres
145    DIAZ: Making a Killing: The Business of Guns in America. Thomas
Gabor.
150   * FUGERE et THOMPSON-COOPER: Breaking the Chains. Pierre-Marie
Lagier.
154   * BOWKER: Masculinities and Violence. COLLIER: Masculinities, Crime
and Criminology. Daniel Sansfaqon.
158   * COMACK: Locating Law: Race/Class/Gender Connections. Marie-
Andr~e Bertrand.
162    DEKESEREDY: Women, Crime and the Canadian Criminal Justice
System. Nadine Lanct6t.
167   Books Received Livre revus
169   Coming Events - Prochaines manifestations
171   Memo to Authors - Note aux auteurs

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