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Are causes of police stress global? Testing the effects of common police stressors on the Turkish National Police
– This study aims to assess the effects of commonly examined police stressors' on the members of a developing country's centralized police department: Turkish National Police (TNP)., – This study isExpand
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Research Note: Assessing the validity of college samples: Are students really that different?
Objective The purpose of this research note is to explore the validity of college student samples for criminology and criminal justice research. Some scholars have suggested that college populationsExpand
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Growin' Grass: Paradise by the Sodium Light
This qualitative study describes members of a little-known and little-researched subculture: small-time marijuana cultivators in the United States. Couched within a symbolic interaction theoreticalExpand
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Late-Onset Offending
  • Filip M. Wiecko
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International journal of offender therapy and…
  • 1 January 2014
This research focuses on a detailed exploration of late-onset offending. Using the National Youth Survey, this work seeks to answer three questions. First, is late-onset offending a real phenomenon?Expand
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A High By Any Other Name: Exploring the Motivations for Consumption of “Legal Highs”
ABSTRACT A large number of legal, semi-legal, synthetic, and organic drugs are sold online or through commercial vendors as novelties, often labeled as “not for human consumption.” It is fairlyExpand
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Every life is sacred…kind of: Uncovering the sources of seemingly contradictory public attitudes toward abortion and the death penalty
Abstract Many scholars have studied public attitudes about abortion and the death penalty, but few have studied the coincidence of strong anti-abortion and pro-death penalty attitudes. What factorsExpand
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“Worth It If It Saves Just One Life”? Ethical Reservations Regarding AMBER Alert
This article provides an exploratory ethical critique of the AMBER Alert system. Using illustrative examples of actual AMBER Alerts and the public discourse regarding them, it notes potentiallyExpand
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Comparing Criminologists’ Views on Crime and Justice Issues With Those of the General Public
We report the results of a survey of criminology and criminal justice (CCJ) scholars asking their responses to the same questions posed annually to the general public in Gallup public opinion polls.Expand
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