BOOK CHAPTERS

Hamm, Mark S. (in press). “Introduction.” In Muslims in US Prisons, edited by NawalAmmar. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reimer Publishers.

Hamm, Mark S. (in press). “Radicalization of Muslim Inmates.” In Muslims in US Prisons, edited by NawalAmmar. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reimer Publishers.

Hamm, Mark S. and Nawal H. Ammar  (2015) “Introduction: Exploring Islam in Prisons.” In Muslims in US Prisons, edited by Nawal H. Ammar. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reimer Publishers, pp. 1-9.

Hamm, Mark S.  (2015) “Prison Islam in the Age of Sacred Terror.” In Muslims in US Prisons, edited by Nawal H. Ammar. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reimer Publishers, pp. 125-146.

Hamm, Mark S. (in press). Foreword to Understanding Hate Crime by Carolyn Petrisino. New York: Routledge.

Woods, D. (forthcoming). Criminology for Everyone. In Criminal Justice for the Curious: Why Study Criminal Justice? Kishor Vaidya (editor).

Polizzi, D. (2015).  The pursuit of a general theory of crime and the indeterminacy of   human experience. In R. Lippens& D. Crewe (Eds.), What is criminology about?   Philosophical reflections. London, England & New York, NY: Routledge.

Polizzi, D. & Schaefer, R. (2015).  Philosophy and crime.   In   Encyclopedia of crime and  punishment.  Los Angeles, CA.

Wilson, F. T. (2015). "Stop the Humble Mumble: Bringing Criminology to the People". In Franklin T. Wilson, editor, Crime and Media Studies: Diversity of Method, Medium, and Communication (1st Ed.). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Hamm, Mark S. (2014) “Incarcerating Terrorists.” In Encyclopedia on Criminology and Criminal Justice, edited by David Weisburd and GerbenBruinsma. New York: Springer. Pp. 2450-59.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2014).  The Mass Killer’s Search for Validation Through, Infamy, Media Attention, and Transcendence.The Death and Resurrection of Deviance: Current Ideas and Research, edited by Michael Dellwing, Joseph A. Kotarba, and Nathan Pino eds.,New York:: Palgrave Macmillan Publishing.

Polizzi, D. (2014).  Developing therapeutic trust with court-ordered clients.  (substantial chapter revision) Polizzi, D., M. Braswell & M. Draper (Eds.).  In Transforming corrections: Humanistic approaches to Corrections and offender treatment, 2nd edition (pp. 303-332).

Rex E. Hammond and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2014). Victim impact statements, rights, and restitution.In Bruce Arrigo (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Steven C. Flowers (2014). Child abuse (neglect).In Bruce Arrigo (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Jordan F. Isaacs (2014). Electronic Monitoring Devices (of offenders prior to trial; of probationers/parolees). In Bruce Arrigo (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (forthcoming, 2014). Pre-natal Factors. In J. Mitchell Miller (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology. Wiley Blackwell.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (forthcoming, 2014). Brockway, Zebulon. In J. Mitchell Miller (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology. Wiley Blackwell.

Grimes, J.N. (2013). Guardian Angels and Curtis Sliwa. In J.I. Ross (Ed.)  Encyclopedia of Street Crime.  (Forthcoming, 2013.)

Lanier, M., Polizzi, D., Wade, A. (2013). Addressing the “inherent” philosophical and operational dichotomies of corrections from an EpiCrim approach.  B. Arrigo& H.

Bersot (Eds.).In Routledge Handbook of International Crime and Justice Studies (pp. 565-584).London, UK & New York, NY: Routledge.

Polizzi, D., Draper, M., & Alexander, M. (2013).  Fabricated selves and the rehabilitative machine. B. Arrigo& H. Bersot (Eds.).  Routledge Handbook of International Crime and Justice Studies (pp. 233-255)   London, UK & New York, NY: Routledge.

Polizzi, D. (2013) Criminal behavior and the phenomenology of addiction.  J. Helfgott (Ed.).  In Criminal Psychology (pp. 299-330). Santa Barbra, CA: ABC-CLIO. 

Polizzi, D & Mackey, W. (2013).  Stalking. J. Ross (Ed.).   Encyclopedia of street crime (pp.386-387). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Grimes, J.N. (2012). Sex offender laws.  In W.R. Miller (Ed.), Social History of Crime  and Punishment in America.  Los Angeles: Sage Publications.

Michael D. Royster, Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, and William Mackey (2012). Benefit of Clergy (pp. 23-24), in Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Polizzi, D.  (2012) Social presence, visibility and the eye of the beholder.   G. Yancy and J. Jones (Eds).  In Pursuing Trayvon Martin: Historical contexts and contemporary manifestations of racial dynamics (pp. 173-181). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and JiHee Lee (2012). Attitudes and Myths About Punishment (pp. 9-13), in Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and John R. Turner (2012). Firearms and Community Corrections Personnel (pp. 173-175), in Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Altheide, D.L., & Grimes, J.N. (2011). War Making and Propaganda: Media Responsibility for Human Rights Communication.  In D. Papademas (Ed.),  Human Rights and Media Studies in Communication, Volume 6 (pp.59-76.)  Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Avdija, A. S. (2011). Policing Mental Illness: The Need for Specialized Police Training in Dealing with Mentally ill Persons. In M. C. De Guzman, A. M. Das, and D. K. Das (Eds), Strategies and responses to crime: Thinking locally, acting globally (pp. 139-150).Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis.

Grimes, J.N.  Hate Crimes. (2011). In W. Chambliss (Ed.), Key Issues in Crime and Punishment, Volume 1: Crime and Criminal Behavior (pp. 127-138.) Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.

Grimes, J.N.  (2011). Three-Strike Laws.  In W. Chambliss (Ed.), Key Issues in Crime and Punishment, Volume 3:  Courts, Law, and Justice  (pp. 257-268.)  Los Angeles:  SAGE Publications.  

Hamm, Mark S. (2011) “Prisoner Radicalization and Sacred Terrorism: A Life-Course Perspective.” In Contemporary Issues in Criminological Theory and Research: The Role of Social Institutions. Presidential Papers from the 2010 American Society of Criminology Conference, edited by Richard Rosenfeld, KennaQuinet and Crystal Garcia. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Pp. 173-204.

Polizzi, D. (2011).  Heidegger, restorative justice and Desistance: A phenomenological perspective. In R. Lippens& J. Hardie-Bick (Eds.).Existential Predicaments,  Crime and Governance (pp. 129-155).Houndsmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Polizzi, D. (2011). Re-discovering possibility: Humanistic psychology and offender  treatment.  In M Johnson (Ed.).Experiencing Corrections (p.p.73-88). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Polizzi, D. (2011).  The phenomenology of deviant behavior.C. Bryant (Ed.)  Handbook on Deviant Behavior (p.p. 129-134). New York, NY & London, UK: Routledge: 

Hamm, Mark S. (2010) “Chambliss, William J.: Power, Conflict, and Crime.” In Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory, edited by Francis T. Cullen, Pamela Wilcox and Kristin Swartz. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Hamm, Mark S. (2010) “Lone Wolves on the Rise: The New Threat of Lone Terrorists, from the Unabomber to the Standalone Jihadist.” International Centre for Counter-Terrorism—The Hague.

Hamm, Mark S. (2010) “Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing.” In Terrorist Innovations in Weapons of Mass Effect: Preconditions, Causes, and Predictive Indicators, edited by Maria J. Rasmussen and Mohammed M. Hafez. Monterey, CA: The Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Advanced Systems and Concepts Office, Navy Postgraduate School. Pp. 145-152.

Polizzi, D. (2010). Doing therapeutic work in incarcerated settings.  D. Polizzi & M. Draper (Eds.).  In Surviving your clinical placement: Suggestions, reflections  and unsolicited advice (pp13-29).  Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press

Polizzi, D. (2010).  Beginner Psychotherapists reflect on their working with offender  clients. Descriptive Analysis: Sitting with monsters; the prison experience and the  importance of the therapeutic relationship; homosexual presence in the penitentiary  environment; in praise of normalcy: and the importance of denial.  D. Polizzi & M. Draper (Eds.).In  Surviving your clinical placement: Suggestions, reflections  and unsolicited advice (pp. 35-40; 43-47; 51-54; 57-59).  Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press. 

Polizzi, D. (2010) A descriptive analysis of the shared themes identified in the  experience of working with offender populations.  D. Polizzi& M. Draper (Eds.). In Surviving your clinical placement: suggestions, reflections and  unsolicited advice (pp. 61-68).  Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Polizzi, D.  (2010). Beginner Psychotherapists reflect on their experience working in  non-forensic settings. Descriptive Analysis: Opportunities and setbacks; between  humility and expertise; the ties that bind and blind; finding the right words.  D.  Polizzi& M. Draper, Surviving your clinical placement: Suggestions,  reflections and unsolicited advice. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press 

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2010). August, Aichorn: Wayward Youth (pp. 18-21), in Francis Cullen and Pamela Wilcox, Eds.,Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2010). Briar, Scott and Irving Piliavin: Delinquency, Commitment, and Stake in Conformity (pp. 118-121), in Francis Cullen and Pamela Wilcox, Eds. Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Rex E. Hammond and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2014). Victim rights and restitution in sentencing. In B. Arrigo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of criminal justice ethics. (Vol. 21, pp. 980-984). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452274102.n356

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Steven C. Flowers (2014). Child abuse and neglect. In B. Arrigo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of criminal justice ethics. (Vol. 3, pp. 85-91). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452274102.n32

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Jordan F. Isaacs (2014). Electronic monitoring devices. In B. Arrigo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of criminal justice ethics. (Vol. 5, pp. 328-331). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452274102.n117

Hamm, Mark S. (2009) “From the Klan to Skinheads: A Critical History of American Hate Groups.” In Hate Crime: Definitions, Measurement, Theory (Vol. 1), edited by Brian Levin. Westport, CT: Praeger. Pp. 95-108.

Polizzi, D., Braswell, M.  (2009). “Introduction” In David Polizzi and Michael Braswell (Eds.)  Transforming Corrections: Humanistic Approaches to Corrections and Offender  Treatment.  Charlotte: Carolina Academic Press. 

Polizzi, D. (2009) Developing therapeutic trust with offenders” In David Polizzi and Michael Braswell (Eds.) Transforming Corrections:  Humanistic Approaches to Corrections and Offender Treatment.  Charlotte: Carolina Academic Press.  

Polizzi, D. (2008). The psychological impact of racism. C. Mancini (Ed). In  Social issues in literature: Racism in the Autobiography of Malcolm X.  Dallas: Gale  Cengage Learning. 

Woods, D. & Polizzi, D. (2008, March). Shoot Me!: An Overview of Suicide-by-Cop. AELE Law Enforcement Legal Center Instructor’s Manual. Chicago.

Hamm, Mark S. (2007) “Terrorism Post 9/11.” In Violence, Conflict, and World Order: Critical Conversations on State-Sanctioned Justice, edited by Gregg Barak. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman& Littlefield. Pp. 127-160.

Wilson, F. T. (2007).The Beech Nut Corporation Apple Juice Scandal. In J. Gerber & E. L. Jensen (Eds.),  Encyclopedia of White-Collar Crime. Westport: Greenwood Press.

Altheide, D.L. & Grimes, J.N.  (2006). War Making and Propaganda: Media  Responsibility for Human Rights. In Diana Papademas (editor), Studies in  Communication: Human Rights and Media. Vol. 6. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.

Hamm, Mark S. (2006) “The USA Patriot Act and the Politics of Fear.” In Quest: Reading the World and Arguing for Change, edited by Kim Stallings. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Pp. 459-472 (reprint of 2004 chapter in Ferrell et al.)

Woods, D. (2006). Piquerism: The Investigative Challenge of Serial Murder. Chapter 6 in P. Shon& D. Milovanovic (Eds.) Serial Killers: Understanding Lust Murder. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Altheide, D.L. & Grimes, J.N. (2005) “News Management and the Iraq War.” (With  David L. Altheide) in Peter Phillips (Ed.) Project Censored, Censored 2006. New York: Seven Stories Press: 366-372.

Hamm, Mark S. (2005) “After September 11: Terrorism Research and the Crisis in Criminology.” Theoretical Criminology, 9: 237-51.

Hamm, Mark S. (2005) “Doing Terrorism Research in the Dark Ages: Confessions of a Bottom Dog.” In Edgework: The Sociology of Voluntary Risk Taking, edited by Stephen Lyng. New York: Routledge. Pp. 273-92.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004) “Cuban Detainees.” In Encyclopedia of Prisons & Correctional Facilities, edited by Mary Bosworth. Thousand Oaks: CA: Sage. Pp. 208-10.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004) “Hate Violence.” In Violence: From Theory to Research, edited by Margaret A. Zahn, Henry H. Brownstein, and Shelly L. Jackson. Cincinnati: Lexus/Nexus. Pp. 227-36.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004) “The USA Patriot Act and the Politics of Fear.” In Cultural Criminology Unleashed, edited by Jeff Ferrell, Keith Hayward, Wayne Morrison, and Mike Presdee. London: Glasshouse Press. Pp. 287-300.

Ponce, C., Woods, D., Skelton, D. (2004). Eliminating the Kidnappers in El Salvador. In G. Mesko, M. Pagon, and B. Dobovsek (eds)Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice (pp. 259-269). College of Police and Security Studies, Slovenia.

Shon, P. & Woods, D. (2004) Police Interrogations: A Lacanian Perspective. In G. Mesko, M. Pagon, and B. Dobovsek (eds) Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice (pp. 432 to 439). College of Police and Security Studies, Slovenia.

Woods, D., Skelton, D. & Ponce, C. (2004). The Origins and Development of the PoliciaNacional Civil of El Salvador. In G. Mesko, M. Pagon, and B. Dobovsek (eds) Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice (pp. 172-181).College of Police and Security Studies, Slovenia.

Hamm, Mark S. (2003) “Agony and Art: The Songs of 9/11.” In Media Representations of 9/11, edited by Steven Chermak, Frankie Y. Bailey and Michelle Brown. Westport, CT: Praeger. Pp. 201-220.

Hamm, Mark S. (2003) “Danger and Disorder: The World Since 9/11.” In Violence in American Society, edited by Suzanne Goodney-Lea. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

Hamm, Mark S. (2003) “Hate Crime.” In Encyclopediaof Violence, edited by Eric Hickey. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Leighton, Paul and Mark S. Hamm (2003) “Teaching About September 11.” In Teaching the Sociology of Deviance, edited by Martin D. Schwartz and Michael Maume. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

Hamm, Mark S. (2000) “Doing Gang Research: Pedagogical Implications of the Literature.” In J. Mitchell Miller and Richard Tewksbury (Eds.) Extreme Methods: Innovative Approaches  to Social Science Research. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Hamm, Mark S. (2000) “Timothy McVeigh.” In Encyclopedia of Violence in the United States, edited by Ronald Gottesman. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, Reference Books.

Hamm, Mark S. (2000) “Ruby Ridge.” In Encyclopedia of Violence in the United States, edited by Ronald Gottesman. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, Reference Books.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeff Ferrell (1999) “Rap, Cops, and Crime: Clarifying the ‘Cop Killer’ Controversy.” In Controversial Issues in Race and Ethnicity, edited by Richard C. Monk. Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw Hill. (Reprint of 1994 ACJS Today article.)

Hamm, Mark S. (1999) “Should Official Statistics Be the Primary Source for Research on American Terrorism? No.” In Controversial Issues in Criminology, edited by John Fuller and Eric Hickey. New York: Allyn& Bacon, pp. 60-65.

Hamm, Mark S. (1999) “Rejoinder to Professor Brent Smith.” In Controversial Issues in Criminology, edited by John Fuller and Eric Hickey. New York: Allyn& Bacon, pp. 57-60.

Ferrell, Jeff and Mark S. Hamm (1998) “True Confessions: Law, Crime, and Field Research.” In Ethnography at the Edge: Crime, Deviance, and Field Research, edited by Jeff Ferrell and Mark S. Hamm.  Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 2-19.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998) “The Ethnography of Terror: Timothy McVeigh and the Blue Centerlight of Evil.” In Ethnography at the Edge: Crime, Deviance, and Field Research, edited by Jeff Ferrell and Mark S. Hamm. Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 111-130.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeff Ferrell (1998) “Confessions of Danger and Humanity.” In Ethnography at the Edge: Crime, Deviance, and Field Research, edited by Jeff Ferrell and Mark S. Hamm.  Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 254-272.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998/2001/2006) “Images of Crime and Punishment: The Laundering of White Crime.” In Images of Color, Images of Crime, edited by Coramae Mann and Marjorie S. Zatz. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Company, pp. 244-256.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998) “Terrorism, Hate Crime, and Anti-Government Violence.” In The Future of Terrorism: Violence in the New Millennium, edited by Harvey W. Kushner. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, pp. 59-96.

Hamm, Mark S. (1996) “Treatment Plans.” In Encyclopedia of American Prisons, edited by Marilyn D. McShane and Frank P. Williams III. New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc., pp. 460-461.

Hamm, Mark S. (1996) “Doing Gang Research in the 1990s: Pedagogical Implications of the Literature.” In Gangs: A Criminal Justice Approach edited by J. Mitchell Miller and Jeffrey P. Rush. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson, pp. 17-32.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeff Ferrell (1996/1998/1999) “Rap, Cops, and Crime: Clarifying the ‘Cop Killer’ Controversy.” In Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Crime and Criminology, edited by Richard C. Monk.  Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group (Reprint of 1994 ACJS Today article)

Hamm, Mark S. (1996/2000) “Satanic Cults and Hate Groups.” In Teaching Criminology: Resources and Issues, edited by Richard A. Wright. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association, pp. 207-213.

Hamm, Mark S. (1996) “Conceptualizing Hate Crime in a Global Context.” In Criminology: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, edited by Robert Heiner. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., pp. 91-108 (Reprint of 1994 chapter in Hate Crime)

Roy, Sudipto& Brown, Michael P. (1996). "Juvenile Electronic Monitoring Program in Lake County, Indiana: An Evaluation" (p. 21-35) [invited and peer reviewed paper], in Intermediate Sanctions: Sentencing in the 1990s (ed.) Smykla, J. and Selke, W., Anderson Publishing, Cincinnati, OH, 1995.

Brown, Michael P. & Roy, Sudipto (1995). Manual and Electronic House Arrest Programs for Adults: An Evaluation of Factors Related to Failure" (p. 37-53) [invited and peer reviewed paper], in Intermediate Sanctions: Sentencing in the 1990s (ed.) Smykla, J. and Selke, W., Anderson Publishing, Cincinnati, OH, 1995.

Hamm, Mark S. (1995) “Hammer of the Gods Revisited: Neo‑Nazi Skinheads, Domestic Terrorism, and the Rise of the New Protest Music.” In Cultural Criminology, edited by Jeff Ferrell and Clinton R. Sanders. Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 190-212.

Hamm, Mark S. (1995/2002)  “The Differences Between Street Gangs and Neo-Nazi Skinheads.”  In The Modern Gang Reader, edited by Malcolm W. Klein, Cheryl L. Maxam and Jody Miller.  Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Co.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeffrey L. Schrink (1995) “The Conditions of Effective Implementation: A Guide to Accomplishing Rehabilitative Objectives in Corrections.” In Prison Crisis: Critical Readings, edited by Ed Sbarbro and Robert Keller. Albany, NY: Harow and Heston Publishers. (Reprint by invitation of 1989 Criminal Justice & Behavior article)

Hamm, Mark S. (1995) “A Vignette on Loyalty: The Rehabilitative Ideal and Corruption in Prison Administration.” In Morality in Criminal Justice: An Introduction to Ethics, edited by Daryl Close and Nicholas Meier. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, pp. 559‑565.

Hamm, Mark S. (1995) “Whistleblowing in Corrections.” In Morality in Criminal Justice: An Introduction to Ethics, edited by Daryl Close and Nicholas Meier. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, pp. 202‑209. (Reprint by invitation of 1989 Sociological Viewpoints article)

Hamm, Mark S. (1994/2000) “Satanic Cults and Hate Groups.” In Teaching About and Responding to Hate Crimes on Campus: A Resource Guide, edited by Claire M. Renzetti, Marcia Trexler Segal and Howard Erlich. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association, pp. 19‑26. (Syllabus cited as a model university curriculum by the bias‑motivated crime division of the ASA)

Hamm, Mark S. (1994/1995) “Conceptualizing Hate Crime in a Global Context.” In Hate Crime: International Perspectives on Causes and Control, edited by Mark S. Hamm. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson Publishing Co., pp. xi‑xiv.

Hamm, Mark S.(1994/1995) “A Modified Social Control Theory of Terrorism: An Empirical and Ethnographic Assessment of the American Neo‑Nazi Skinheads.” In Hate Crime: International Perspectives on Causes and Control, edited by Mark S. Hamm. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 71‑90.

Hamm, Mark S.(1994/1995) “Conceptualizing Hate Crime in a Global Context.” In Hate Crime: International Perspectives on Causes and Control, edited by Mark S. Hamm. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 173‑194.

Roy, Sudipto. (1994). "Electronic Monitoring of Juvenile Offenders: The Lake County, Indiana Experience" (p. 159-167) [invited and peer reviewed paper], in Innovative Trends and Specialized Strategies in Community-based Corrections (ed.) Fields, C., Garland Publishing, Inc., New York, 1994.

Hamm, Mark S., TereseCoupez, Frances E. Hoze and Corey Weinstein (1994) “The Myth of Humane Imprisonment: A Critical Analysis of Severe Discipline in U.S. Maximum Security Prisons, 1945‑1990.” In Prison Violence in America (Second Edition), edited by Michael Braswell, Reid Montgomery, Jr. and Lucien X. Lombardo. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 163‑196.

Hamm, Mark S.(1993) “State Organized Homicide: A Study of Seven CIA Plans to Assassinate Fidel Castro.” In Making Law: The State, The Law, and Structural Contradictions, edited by William J. Chambliss and Marjorie S. Zatz. Bloomington: Indiana University Press., pp. 315‑346.

Hamm, Mark S.(1993) “Implementing Prison Drug War Policy: A Biopsy of the Wallet.” In Altered States of Mind: Critical Observations on the Drug War, edited by Peter B. Kraska. New York/London: Garland Publishing, Inc., pp. 49‑86.

Hamm, Mark S.(1992/1996/2007) “The Offender Self‑Help Movement as Correctional Treatment.” In Correctional Counseling, edited by David Lester, Michael Braswell and Patricia Van Voorhis. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 211‑224. (Reprint by invitation of 1988 Federal Probation article.)

Hamm, Mark S.(1991) “Confronting the Appeal of White Extremism Through Correctional Education.” Yearbook of Correctional Education 1991, edited by Stephen Duguid. Burnaby, British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, pp. 107‑128.

Hamm, Mark S. (1991) “The Abandoned Ones: A History of the Oakdale/Atlanta Prison Riots.” In Crimes by the Capitalist State: An Introduction to State Criminality, edited by Gregg Barak. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, pp. 145‑180.

Hamm, Mark S.(1990) “Addicts Helping Addicts to Help Themselves: The Baltimore City Jail Project.” In Drugs, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System, edited by Ralph A. Weisheit. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 361‑381.

Hamm, Mark S., Robert G. Huckabee, Diane M. Daane and J. Steven Smith (1989) “The Impact of Television on Prison Order.” In the Yearbook of Correctional Education 1989, edited by Stephen Duguid. Burnaby, British Columbia: Institute for the Humanities, Simon Fraser University, pp. 229‑248.

____________ (2015) Foreword to Understanding Hate Crimes: Acts, Motives, Offenders, Victims, and Justice by Carolyn Turpin-Petrisino. New York: Routledge, p. viii.