New issues of forensic journals now online

Several new issues out this week. Follow the links below to the publishers’ websites to read the abstracts and access full text articles. Tables of contents below the fold.

Homicide Studies 10(2), May 2006

  • Police Murders: An Examination of Historical Trends in the Killing of Law Enforcement Officers in the United States, 1947 to 1998 – Candice Batton and Steve Wilson
  • The Interaction Between Victim Race and Gender on Sentencing Outcomes in Capital Murder Trials: A Further Exploration – Amy R. Stauffer, M. Dwayne Smith, John K. Cochran, Sondra J. Fogel, and Beth Bjerregaard
  • Canadian Homicide: An Investigation of Crime-Scene Actions – C. Gabrielle Salfati and France Dupont
  • Using National Incident-Based Reporting System Murder Data to Evaluate Clearance Predictors: A Research Note – Lynn A. Addington


Violence Against Women 12(5), May 2006

  • Murder in Ciudad Juárez: A Parable of Women’s Struggle for Human Rights – Mark Ensalaco
  • Dating Aggression, Sexual Coercion, and Aggression-Supporting Attitudes Among College Men as a Function of Participation in Aggressive High School Sports – Gordon B. Forbes, Leah E. Adams-Curtis, Alexis H. Pakalka, and Kay B. White
  • The Impact of Sexual Abuse in the Lives of Young Women Involved or At Risk of Involvement With the Juvenile Justice System – Sara Goodkind, Irene Ng, and Rosemary C. Sarri
  • Responding in Their Best Interests: Contextualizing Women’s Coping With Acquaintance Sexual Aggression – Rebecca J. Macy, Paula S. Nurius, and Jeanette Norris
  • The Phenomenology of Meditation for Female Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence – Kathleen E. Kane


Aggressive Behavior 32(3), June 2006

  • The relationship between history of violent and criminal behavior and recognition of facial expression of emotions in men with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder – Elisabeth M. Weiss and 10 colleagues
  • The reduction of psychological aggression across varied interpersonal contexts through repentance and forgiveness – Judy Eaton, C. Ward Struthers
  • Study on the relations between temperament, aggression, and anger in children – Miguel Ángel Carrasco Ortiz, Victoria del Barrio Gándara
  • Aggression inhibition in high- and low-risk subjects for child physical abuse: effects of a child’s hostile intent and the presence of mitigating information – Joaquín de Paúl, Alicia Pérez-Albéniz, Amaia Ormaechea, Anabel Vergara, Bárbara Torres-Gómez de Cádiz
  • Violence in sports and among sportsmen: a single or two-track issue? – Sébastien Guilbert
  • Measuring individual responses to aggression-triggering events: development of the situational triggers of aggressive responses (STAR) scale – Claire Lawrence
  • P300 to emotionally relevant stimuli as an indicator of aggression levels – Susan M. Surguy, Alyson J. Bond
  • Physical, verbal, and relational forms of bullying among German students: age trends, gender differences, and correlates – Herbert Scheithauer, Tobias Hayer, Franz Petermann, Gert Jugert


Journal of International Criminal Justice 4(2), May 2006

  • The Enforcement of Arrest Warrants by International Forces: From the ICTY to the ICC – Han-Ru Zhou
  • Participation of Victims in Pre-Trial Proceedings of the ICC – Carsten Stahn, Hector Olasolo, and Kate Gibson
  • Genocide, Complicity in Genocide and International v. Domestic Jurisdiction: Reflections on the van Anraat Case – Harmen G. van der Wilt
  • War Crimes Prosecution in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-2002): An Analysis through the Jurisprudence of the Human Rights Chamber – Ulrich Garms and Katharina Peschke
  • Plus several articles in a special section on the Cambodian Extraordinary Chambers


Policing & Society 16(2), June 2006

  • Special Issue: Reassurance and the ‘New’ Community Policing
  • Introduction Reassurance and the “New” Community Policing – Martin Innes
  • Asymmetry in the Impact of Encounters with Police – Wesley G. Skogan
  • Reassurance Policing, Community Policing and Measuring Police Performance – Nigel Fielding, Martin Innes
  • Applying Reassurance Policing: Is it “Business as Usual”? – Victoria Herrington, Andrew Millie
  • Additional Security Patrols in Residential Areas: Notes from the Marketplace – Adam Crawford, Stuart Lister
  • Classifying Neighbourhoods for Reassurance Policing – Tom Williamson, David I. Ashby, Richard Webber


Police Practice and Research 7(2), May 2006

  • Special Issue: Criminal Exploitation of Women and Children: The Role for the Police
  • The Sexual Exploitation of Children in Mexico – Elena Azaola
  • The Flesh Trade in Europe: Trafficking in Women and Children for the Purpose of Commercial Sexual Exploitation – Margaret Melrose, David Barrett
  • Criminal Exploitation of Women and Children and the Important Role of Community Policing – John Murray
  • The Trafficking of Women for Sexual Exploitation: The Situation from the Republic of Moldova to Western Europe – D. Scharie Tavcer
  • Trafficking in Human Beings: Training and Services among US Law Enforcement Agencies – Deborah G. Wilson, William F. Walsh, Sherilyn Kleuber


Journal of Quantitative Criminology 22(1), March 2006

  • Assessing the Effect of Race Bias in Post-traffic Stop Outcomes Using Propensity Scores – Greg Ridgeway
  • Exploring Some Analytical Characteristics of Finite Mixture Models – Robert Brame, Daniel S. Nagin, Larry Wasserman
  • The Gender Gap among Teen Survey Respondents: Why are Boys more Likely to Report a Gun in the Home than Girls? – Philip J. Cook, Susan B. Sorenson
  • On The Application of Fuzzy Clustering for Crime Hot Spot Detection – Tony H. Grubesic


Child Abuse & Neglect 30(4), April 2006

  • The role of key developmental variables in identifying sex offenders likely to fail in the community: An enhanced risk prediction model – Jackie Craissati and Anthony Beech
  • Does the wording of the mandate to report suspected child abuse serve as another barrier to child abuse reporting? – Emalee G. Flaherty
  • Reasonable suspicion: A pilot study of pediatric residents – Benjamin H. Levi, Georgia Brown and Chris Erb
  • Perceived neighborhood social disorder and residents’ attitudes toward reporting child physical abuse – Enrique Gracia and Juan Herrero
  • Urgent medical assessment after child sexual abuse – Vincent J. Palusci, Edward O. Cox, Eugene M. Shatz and Joel M. Schultze
  • Approaches to child protection case management for cases involving people with disabilities – Elizabeth B. Lightfoot and Traci L. LaLiberte
  • Childhood emotional abuse and disordered eating among undergraduate females: Mediating influence of alexithymia and distress – Anita R. Hund and Dorothy L. Espelage
  • Who disrupts from placement in foster and kinship care? – Patricia Chamberlain, Joe M. Price, John B. Reid, John Landsverk, Phillip A. Fisher and Mike Stoolmiller
  • Animal cruelty by children exposed to domestic violence – Cheryl L. Currie


Aggression and Violent Behavior 11(3), May-June 2006

  • Forensic interviewing in child sexual abuse cases: Current techniques and future directions – Lindsay E. Cronch, Jodi L. Viljoen and David J. Hansen
  • Sexual offending: Theory of problem, theory of change, and implications for treatment effectiveness -Laura G. Kirsch and Judith V. Becker
  • A review of the cognitive distortions in child sex offenders: An examination of the motivations and mechanisms that underlie the justification for abuse – May F. Burn and Sarah Brown
  • Sex differences in direct aggression: What are the psychological mediators? -Anne Campbell
  • Specialized assessment and treatment of adolescent sex offenders -Amanda M. Fanniff and Judith V. Becker
  • Aggression and brain asymmetries: A theoretical review -Paloma Rohlfs and J. Martín Ramírez
  • The role of culture in understanding child sexual offending: Examining feminist perspectives -Mayumi Purvis and Tony Ward

Journal of Experimental Criminology 2(1), April 2006

  • Size matters: Standard errors in the application of null hypothesis significance testing in criminology and criminal justice – Shawn D. Bushway, Gary Sweeten, David B. Wilson
  • Instrumental variables methods in experimental criminological research: what, why and how – Joshua D. Angrist
  • Acupuncture in drug treatment: Exploring its role and impact on participant behavior in the drug court setting – Michael D. White, John S. Goldkamp, Jennifer B. Robinson
  • Long-term effects of participation in the Baltimore City drug treatment court: Results from an experimental study – Denise C. Gottfredson, Stacy S. Najaka, Brook W. Kearley, Carlos M. Rocha
  • Research Note: Randomized field experiments published in the British Journal of Criminology, 1960–2004 – Anthony Petrosino, Paul Kiff, Julia Lavenberg


Trauma Violence and Abuse 7(2), April 2006

  • Successful Integration and Maintenance of Screening for Domestic Violence in the Health Sector: Moving Beyond Individual Responsibility – Wilfreda E. Thurston and Amanda C. Eisener
  • Family Violence in the Military: A Review of the Literature – E. Danielle Rentz, Sandra L. Martin, Deborah A. Gibbs, Monique Clinton-Sherrod, Jennifer Hardison, and Stephen W. Marshall
  • Can We Prevent Road Rage? – Mark Asbridge, Reginald G. Smart, and Robert E. Mann
  • Posttraumatic Shame and Guilt – John P. Wilson, Boris Drozdek, and Silvana Turkovic


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