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Avdija, A. S., & Jobi, O. (2015). Deviant Behaviors in Public Schools: A Test of the Effects of Disciplinary Actions on School Violence. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 5 (3), 72-81.

Draper, M. & Polizzi, D. (2015).  Transformational alchemy: Toward a phenomenology of the indeterminate in forensic psychotherapy.  Onati Socio-Legal Series, a Journal of Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law.Onati, Spain. 5 (3), 982-1005.

Grimes, J.N. & Wilson, F.T. (Forthcoming). Public opinion polls and criminal justice policy: A diminishing influence.  The Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2015).  Suicidal-Homicidal Ideation in Mass Killers and Transcendence. Deviant Behavior. 36 (7), 581-588.

Spaaij, Ramon and Mark S. Hamm (in press) “Key Issues and Research Agendas in Lone Wolf Terrorism: A Rejoinder to Becker.”Studies in Conflict & Terrorism.

Phillip C. Shon and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2015). The assumption of rational choice theory in Alfred Adler's theory of crime: Unraveling and reconciling the contradiction in Adlerian theory through synthesis and critique. Submitted to Aggression and Violent Behavior on January 27, 2015.

Reprinted in Wilson, F. T. (2015). Crime and Media Studies: Diversity of Method, Medium, and Communication (1st Ed.). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing

Reprinted in Wilson, F. T. (2015). Crime and Media Studies: Diversity of Method, Medium, and Communication (1st Ed.). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Avdija, A. S. (2014). Police Stop-and-Frisk Practices: An Examination of Factors that Affect Officers’ Decision to Initiate a Stop-and-Frisk Police Procedure. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 16 (1), 26-35.

Avdija, A. S. (2014). Stress and Law Enforcers: Testing the Relationship between Law Enforcement Work Stressors and Health-Related Issues. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 2 (1), 100-110.

Avdija, A. S. (2014). SWAT Team: A Life-Saving Not a Life-Taking Police Operation. Global Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. 3 (4), 151-155.

Avdija, A. S., & Jobi, O. (2014). Examining the Effects of Inadequate Staff Preparation Due to Lack of Training and Efforts Limitations on School Violence. Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 7 (1), 17-31.

Avdija, A. S., & Lee, J. (2014). Does Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program Work? Evaluating Program Suitability Based on Offenders’ Post-Program Recidivism Status. Justice Policy Journal, 11 (2), 1-15.

Avdija, A. S., & Jobi, O. (2014). School Violence: Examining the Effects of Socio-Environmental Factors and School Security Measures on Violent and Non-Violent Crimes in Public Schools. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 3 (6), 31-40.

Eric G. Lambert, Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, and Nancy L. Hogan (2014). Emotional Burnout in Correctional Staff and its Relationships with Their Life Satisfaction, Support for Treatment, Support for Punishment, Absenteeism, Views on Use of Sick Leave, and Turnover Intent. Submitted for review to the American Journal of Criminal Justice on March 31, 2014.

Nancy L. Hogan, Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, and Eric G. Lambert (2014). Forced to CHANGE: Staff and Inmate Perceptions of Involuntary Treatment and Its Effects. Submitted to the Journal of Applied Psychology on September 25, 2014.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Brian R. Johnson, Phillip C. Shon, and Corey W. Austin (2014). An Exploratory Study of School Crime and Rural Teacher and Staff Victimization: A Research Note. Submitted to the Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies on September 2, 2014. Accepted for publication on November 8, 2014.

Shannon Barton-Bellessa, Phillip C. Shon, &Jihee Lee (forthcoming, 2014). What are we teaching our students in introductory criminology textbooks? Ignorance, misattributions, and errors about the psychological theory of Alfred Adler. Submitted for review to the Journal of Individual Psychology on January 7, 2014. Accepted March 31,2014.

Wilson, F. T. & Henderson, H. (2014). The criminological cultivation of African American municipal police officers: Sambo or sellout. Race and Justice: An International Journal 4(1), 45-67. (Race and Justice is the official journal of the American Society of Criminology Division on People of Color and Crime)

Wilson, F. T. & Blackburn, A.G. (2014). The depiction of female police officers in the first forty years of the core cop film genre: It’s a man’s world. Women and Criminal Justice 24(2), 83-105.

Avdija, A. S. (2013). Police Use of Force: An Analysis of Factors that Affect Police Officer’s Decision to use Force on Suspects. Int. Research Journal of Social Science, 2 (9), 1-6.

Avdija, A. S., Roy, S. (2013). The Effects of Emotional Exhaustion on Prison Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Personal Accomplishments.International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, 6 (4), 144-154.

Avdija, A. S., & Roy, S. (2013). Occupational Exhaustion Among Prison Staff: Multivariate Analysis of Correlates Associated with Emotional Exhaustion. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 2 (4), 1-12.

Draper, M. &Polizzi, D. (2013).  Toward a phenomenology of forensic psychotherapy: A commentary on Aanstoos and Davidson.  International Journal of Offender Therapy  and Comparative Criminology, 57, 744-751.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Kelly Cheeseman Dial, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa (2013). The Relationship between Job Stressors and Job Involvement among Correctional Staff: A Test of the Job Demands Model. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 52(1), 19-38.

Polizzi, D. & Draper, M. (2013).  The therapeutic encounter within the event of forensic  psychotherapy: A phenomenological hermeneutic of the givenness of the other within the therapeutic relationship.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and  Comparative Criminology, 57, 720-735.

Roy, Sudipto. (2013). Probationers and Prison-bound Offenders in an Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program: A Comparative Study on Exit Status. FederalProbation, 77(3), 26 – 31.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Nancy L. Hogan, and Eric G. Lambert (2013). Does Involuntary Treatment Work? A View from the Staff and Inmates.Corrections Today, 75(3), 49-54.

Woods, D.; Mackey, B.; Rumler, M.; Davis, J. and Litchford, H. (2013). On Your Page, In Your Head: Police Use of Social Networking Information, Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 13 (2): 120-128.

Avdija, A. S. (2012).Targeted Policing: An Evaluation of the Firearm Violence Reduction Strategies. International Journal of Criminal Investigation, 2 (3), 179-197.

Avdija, A. S., &Giever, D. M. (2012). Examining the Effect of Selected Demographic Characteristics on Crime-Reporting Behavior. Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 4 (4), 790-821.

Avdija, A. S., & Roy, S. (2012). A Psychosocial Measure of the Factual Autonomy and Job Satisfaction among Prison Employees.Criminal Justice Studies, 25 (3), 251-264.

Avdija, A. S., &Giever, D. M. (2012). The Impact of Prior Victimization and Socio-economic Status on People’s Crime-Reporting Behavior.International Journal of Applied Psychology, 2 (4), 59-70.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton-Bellessa, and Shanhe Jiang. (2012). Examining the Relationship between Supervisor Trust and Management Trust and Job Burnout among Correctional Staff. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 20(10), 1-20.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan , Kelly Cheeseman Dial, IrshadAltheimerd, and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2012) Examining the effects of stressors on organizational citizenship behaviors among private correctional staff: A preliminary study. Security Journal, 25(2), 152-172.

Hamm, Mark S. (2012) “Prisoner Radicalization in the United States.” Prison Service Journal (UK), 203: 4-8.

John M. Johnson, Francisco Alatorre, David Berg, Roy Janisch, Elizabeth McLin, Andrey Melnikov, Jennifer Murray, Scott Renshaw, Timothy Rowlands and KyrstenSinema (2012).  Imagining Imagination.  Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 39, 229 – 252.

Polizzi, D. & Lanier, M. (2012).  Crime as dis-ease: towards an epidemiological criminology of  the social body. ACTA Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 25, 37-49.

Polizzi, D., Brown, M (2012).  In search of the ethical in criminology and criminal justice  practice.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, Vol. 4(2), 65-90.

Polizzi, D. (2012).  Just War, Genocide, and Necessity: A Critical Response to Jokic

Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, Vol. 4(2), 115-126.

Roy, S., & Avdija, A. S. (2012). The Effect of Prison Security Level on Job Satisfaction and Job Burnout among Prison Staff in the USA: An Assessment. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 7 (2), 524-538.

Avdija, A. S., & Giever, D. M. (2011). Path Analysis: Constructing a Causal Path Model of Correlates that Directly and Indirectly Affect Crime-Reporting Behavior. Law Enforcement Executive Forum Journal, 11 (2), 95-122.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa. (2011). The Association between Perceptions of Distributive Justice and Procedural Justice with Support of Treatment and Support of Punishment among Correctional Staff.Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 50(4), 202-220.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Irshad Altheimer, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa. (2011). Correlates of Correctional Orientation in a Treatment Orientated Prison: A Partial Test of the Person-Environment Fit Theory. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38(5), 453-470.

Hamm, Mark S. and Chris Greer (2011). Into the Future, Darkly. Crime, Media, Culture, 7, 3-4.

Polizzi, D. (2011).  Agnew’s General Strain Theory Reconsidered: A Phenomenological

Perspective.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 55(7), 1051-1071.

Roy, Sudipto (2011). Convicted Drunk Drivers in an Electronically Monitored Home Detention Program: A Three-Year Study on Exit Status and Subsequent Recidivism, Criminology & Social Integration, 19(2), 1-10.

Woods, D. (2011). Cold Case Investigation, Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 11 (2), 23-32.

Avdija, A. S. (2010). Community Policing: Developing an Action Plan. Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 3 (1), 51-63.

Avdija, A. S. (2010). The Role of Police Behavior in Predicting Citizens’ Attitudes Toward the Police.Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, 6 (2), 15-29.

Avdija, A. S., & Giever, D. M. (2010). The Influence of Citizen Interaction with the Police on Crime-Reporting Behavior: Its Manifestations Among University Students. Journal of Criminology & Social Integration, 18 (2), 45-61.

Grimes, J.N. (2010). The Social Construction of Social Problems: Three Strikes and You’re out in the Mass Media. The Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review, 2, 1-2.

Grimes, J.N.  (2010). The Symbolic Capital of Capital Punishment: A Scholarly Reflection.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, Vol. 2(1), 178-199.

Hamm, Mark S., Jeff Ferrell and Chris Greer (2010). Provocateur for Justice: Notes on the Imprisonment of Professor Luis Barrios. Crime, Media, Culture, 6, 205-225.

Polizzi, D. & Maruna, S. (2010). In search of the human in the shadows of correctional practice: A theoretical reflection. The Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 2(2), 158-197.

Roy, Sudipto, Novak, Tihana, &Miksaj-Todorovic, Ljiljana. (2010). Job Burnout Among Prison Staff in the United States and Croatia: A Preliminary Comparative Study”, International Journal of Criminal  Justice Sciences, 5(1), 189-202.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton (2009). The Impact of Job Stress, Job Involvement, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment on Correctional Staff Support for Rehabilitation and Punishment. A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, 22(2), 109-122.

Hamm, Mark S.(2009). Prison Islam in the Age of Sacred Terror. British Journal of Criminology, 49, 667-685.

Polizzi, D. & Arrigo, B. (2009).  Phenomenology, Postmodernism and Philosophical Criminology: A Conversational Critique.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 1, 113-145.

Tunnell, Kenneth and Mark S. Hamm (2009). Singing Across the Scars of Wrong: Johnny Cash and His Struggle for Social Justice. Crime, Media, Culture, 5, 1-17.

Wilson, F. T., Longmire, D., & Swymeler, W. (2009). The absence of gay and lesbian police officer depictions in the first three decades of the core cop film genre: Moving towards a cultivation theory perspective. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 16(1), 27-39.

Wilson, F. T., (2009). Identifying large replicable film populations in social science film research: A unified film population identification methodology. Criminal Justice and Law Review Journal, 1(1) (June), 19-40.

Woods, D.  & Grimes, J. (2009). MS-13: A Domestic and Foreign Threat. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 9 (4), 139-153.

Avdija, A. S. (2008). Racial Disparity in Pennsylvania Prisons: A Theoretical Explanation, Causes, Consequences, and Partial Solution to Racial Disparity. Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 1 (2), 1-12.

Avdija, A. S. (2008). Evidence-Based Policing: A Comparative Analysis of Eight Experimental Studies Focused in the Area of Targeted Policing. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 3 (2), 110-128.

Cho, Y. & Wilson, F.T. (2008). Terrorism and media in Korea.Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies, 8, 89-98.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Shanhe Jiang, and David Baker. (2008). The Impact of Punishment and Rehabilitation Views on Organizational Commitment Among Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 33 (1), 85-98.

Henderson, H. & Wilson, F. T. (2008). Seeking reasonableness in use of force cases: Analysis of judicial parameters. Contemporary Issues in Criminology and the Social Sciences, 2 (3), 91-110.

Hamm, Mark S. (2008) “Prisoner Radicalization: Assessing the Threat in U.S. Correctional Institutions.” NIJ Journal, 261: 14-19.

Woods, D. & Polizzi, D. (2008). Shoot Me!: An Overview of Suicide-by-Cop. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 8 (2), 49-60.

Carlos Ponce, C. Gabrielle Salfati, Shannon M. Barton, and Phillip C. Shon (2007). Homicide solvability factors in El Salvador: An initial exploration. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7(1), 137-158.

Carlos Ponce, C. Gabrielle Salfati, Shannon M. Barton, and Phillip C. Shon (2007). Homicide solvability factors in El Salvador: An initial exploration. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7(1), 137-158.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Terry Nerbonne, Shannon Barton, Phillip L. Watson, Jack Buss, and Janet Lambert (2007) Differences in Forensic Science Views and Needs of Law Enforcement: A Survey of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies. Police Practice & Research an International Journal, 8(5), 415-430.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Michael T. Stevenson (2007). An evaluation of CHANGE, a Pilot prison cognitive treatment program.Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 5(1), 1-18.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Shanhe Jiang, Lois Ventura, and Terry Nerbonne. (2007). The Impact of Officer and Agency Characteristics on the Likelihood of Arrest in Domestic Violence Situations among Rural Law Enforcement Officers.Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 22(2), 91-101.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Terry Nerbonne, Shannon Barton, Phillip L. Watson, Jack Buss, and Janet Lambert (2007) Differences in Forensic Science Views and Needs of Law Enforcement: A Survey of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies. Police Practice & Research an International Journal, 8(5), 415-430.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Michael T. Stevenson (2007). An evaluation of CHANGE, a Pilot prison cognitive treatment program.Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 5(1), 1-18.

Hamm, Mark S. (2007). High Crimes and Misdemeanors: George W. Bush and the Sins of Abu Ghraib. Crime, Media, Culture, 3, 259-284.

Hamm, Mark S. and Paul Leighton (2002). Teaching About September 11. Available at Stopviolence.com.

Polizzi, D. (2007). The Social Construction of Race and Crime: The Image of the Black Offender.  International Journal of Restorative Justice, 3, 6-20.

Roy, Sudipto& Barton, Shannon. (2007). Convicted Drunk Drivers in Electronic Home Detention and Day Reporting Center: A Comparison. Criminology and Social Integration, 14(2), 39-49.

Shon, Phillip C. H., Roy, Sudipto, &Targonski, Joseph. (2007). Female Offender Parricides: The Asymmetrical Distribution of Homicide for Parents and Stepparents”, Criminology and Social Integration, 14(2), 13-25.

Vivian, J., Grimes, J, & Vasquez, S.  (2007)  Assaults in Juvenile Correctional  Facilities: an Exploratory Study. Journal of Crime and Justice, 30, 17-34. 

Woods, D. (2007). Making the Collar: Theories of Criminal Investigation. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7 (6), 1-8.

Woods, D. (2007). Robbery: Offenders, Victims, and Places. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7 (2), 175-184.

Altheide, D.L. & Grimes, J.N.  (2006, reprint/translation) War Programming: The  Propaganda Project and the Iraq War.” (with David L. Altheide.)  Media Studies: Czech and Slovak Quarterly for Critical Media Inquiry.

Roy, Sudipto& Barton, Shannon. (2006). Convicted Drunk Drivers in Electronic Monitoring Home Detention and Day Reporting Center: An Exploratory Study. Federal Probation, 70, 49-55.

Altheide, D.L. & Grimes, J.N. (2005). War Programming: The Propaganda Project and  the Iraq War. The Sociological Quarterly.46, 617-643.

Barton, Shannon & Roy, Sudipto. (2005). Convicted Drunk Drivers in a Day Reporting Center Program, Criminology and Social Integration, 13, 1-9.

Hamm, Mark S. and Cecile Van de Voorde (2005). Crimes Committed by Terrorist Groups: Theory, Research and Prevention. Trends in Organized Crime, 9, 18-51.

Hamm, Mark S. (2005). The Role of Criminology in Major Terrorism Trials. Society for Internet Research (online).

Ponce, C., Woods, D. & Skelton, D. (2005). Changing Tactics: How the National Police of El Salvador Eliminated Kidnapping. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5 (3), 173-185.

Woods, D., Skelton, D. & Ponce, C. (2005). Transforming Crisis to Consensus: The Origins of Civilian Policing in El Salvador. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5 (3), 161-172.

Woods, D. & Myrha, K. (2005). The Twenty-First Century Detective.Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5 (2), 51-61.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (2004). The Nature of Work-Family Conflict Among Correctional Staff: An Exploratory Examination. Criminal Justice Review, 29(1), 145-172.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (2004). Collegiate Academic Dishonesty Revisited: What Have They Done, How Often Have They Done It, Who Does It, and Why Did They Do It? Electronic Journal of Sociology, 7, 1-27.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004). Apocalyptic Violence: The Seduction of Terrorist Subcultures.” Theoretical Criminology, 8, 323-40.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004). William Chambliss Receives Sutherland Award. The Critical Criminologist, 13, 4-8.

Huckabee, R. & Woods, D. (2004, November). Policing in the Early Twentieth Century. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 4 (7), 173-183.

Roy, Sudipto. (2004). Factors Related to Success and Recidivism in a Day Reporting Center. Criminal Justice Studies, 17(1), 3-17.

Woods, D. (2004, September). Is Assigning Patrol Officers Enough? Priorities and Community Policing: The Trojanowicz Perspective. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 4 (5), 7-20.

Woods, D. & Woods, M. (2004). Horror Stories: Dysfunctional Practices in Community Policing, Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 4 (4), 71-90.

Wilson, F. T. (2004). Out of sight out of mind: An analysis of Kansas v. Crane and the fine line between civil and criminal sanctions.The Prison Journal, 84, 362-379.

Woods, D. & Craddock, A. (2004). Goals: Congruity and Conflict Among Police Officers and Police Chiefs, Journal of Crime and Justice, 27 (1), 87-118.

Eric Lambert, Terry Nerbonne, Phillip L. Watson, Jack Buss, Alan Clarke, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Janet Lambert (2003). The Forensic Science Needs Of Law Enforcement Applicants And Recruits: A Survey Of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 14(1), 67-81.

 Roy, Sudipto. (2003). Jail Reforms in India: A Review”, Criminology and Social Integration, 11, 33-40.

Lisa K. Decker and Robert Huckabee (2002). Raising the age and education requirements for police officers: Will too many women and minority candidates be excluded? Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 25 (4), 789-802.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (2002). The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction: An Exploratory Study. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 27 (1), 35-51.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, Shannon M. Barton, and Alan Clarke (2002). The Impact of Instrumental Communication on Correctional Staff.Justice Professional, 15(2), 1-13.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton, (April, 2002). Satisfied Correctional Staff: A Review of the Literature on the Antecedents and Consequences of Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 29(2), 115-143.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan and Shannon M. Barton (March, 2002). Building Commitment Among Correctional Staff. Corrections Compendium, 27(3): 1-28.

Liqun Cao, Francis T. Cullen, Shannon M. Barton, and Kristie Blevins (2002). The public's willingness to shoot: Attitudes toward defensive gun use. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 27 (1), 85-105.

McElwain, B., Polizzi, D., Polizzi, L.  (2002). Moving Psychological Assessment. The Humanistic Psychologist 30, 85-101.

Roy, Sudipto& Grimes, Jennifer. (2002). Adult Offenders in a Day Reporting Center Program: a Preliminary Study. Federal Probation, 66, 44-50.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton, (May, 2001). The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Turnover Intent: A Test of Structural Measurement Model Using a National Sample of Workers. The Social Science Journal., 38 (2),

Woods, D. & Zimbo-Vogl, J. (2001). Police Chief’s Perception of Support for Community Policing, The Journal of Community Policing, 2 (3), 45-63.

Liqun Cao, Xiaogang Deng, and Shannon Barton (2000). A Test of Lundman’s Organizational product Thesis with Data on citizen Complaints.POLICING: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 36, 356-373.

Roy, Sudipto. (2000). Brutality in Police Custody in India. Criminology and Social Integration, 8, 95-102.

Lisa Kay Decker and Robert Huckabee. (1999). Law Enforcement Hiring Practices and Narrowing the Field: A Case Study. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation , 29, 57-70.

Lisa Kay Decker. (1999). The Search and Seizure of Electronic Pagers:  A Federal Case Law Review. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 10(3), 343-362.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton, (1999). The Missing Link Between Job Satisfaction and Correctional Staff Behavior: The Issue of Organizational Commitment. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 24, 95-116.

Hamm, Mark S. (1999). Cyberhate: Computers, Violence and the Racist Right. American Jewish Congress Monthly, 8-11.

Hamm, Mark S. (1999). The Struggle Against Capital Punishment: A Conversation with Human Rights Attorney Stephen Bright. Humanity & Society, 23, 254-72.

Roy, Sudipto (1999). An Analysis of the Exit Status of Adult Offenders in an Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program in Indiana.  Journal of Offender Monitoring, 12(3), 8-13.

Schrink, Jeffrey, Roy, Sudipto& Ransburg, John. (1999). Perceptions of Alumni Concerning Their Level of Preparation for Careers in the Criminal Justice Field: A Pilot Study”, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 10, 75-85.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998). The Current State of Hate. Criminal Justice International, 14:11.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998). Tragic Irony: State Malfeasance and The Oklahoma City Bombing Conspiracy. The Critical Criminologist, 10-15.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998). Reflections on the Killing of MulugetaSeraw: Ten Years After. Ethiopian Review, 49-50.

Spaaij, Ramon and Mark S. Hamm (2015) “Key Issues and Research Agendas in Lone Wolf Terrorism: A Rejoinder to Becker.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 38: 167-178.

Spaaij, Ramon and Mark S. Hamm (2015) “Endgame? Sports Events as Symbolic Targets in Lone Wolf Terrorism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 38: 1022-1037.

Ferrell, Jeff and Mark S. Hamm (2015) “Theses on Chambliss: Roughneck and Saint.” Critical Criminology, 24: 31-54.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton, (1998). Statewide Cross-Training as a Means of Court Reform in Child Protection Proceedings. Brandeis Journal of Family Law, 36, 511-550.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton, (1997). The Effect of Courtroom Workgroups on Child

Maltreatment Proceedings. Social Service Review 71, 288-308.

Polizzi, D. (1997).  Lacan, Transference and the Place of the Criminal Other. The Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 17, 32-44.

Roy, Sudipto. (1997). Violations of the Rights of the Accused and the Convicted in India. Criminology and Social Integration, 5, 77-82.

Roy, Sudipto (1997). Five Years of Electronic Monitoring of Adults and Juveniles in Lake County, Indiana: A Comparative Study on Factors Related to Failure. Journal of Crime and Justice, 20, 141-160.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton, (1996). Informal Sources of Delay in Child  Maltreatment Proceedings: Evidence from the Kentucky Court Improvement Project. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 47, 23-35.

Roy, Sudipto&Schrink, Jeffrey (1996). Juvenile Restitution in the United States: Bringing Justice for Victims? Criminology and Social Integration, 4, 53-59.

Zimbo-Vogl, J. & Woods, D. (1996).Community Policing: Practice Versus Paradigm, Police Studies, 19 (3), 33-50.

Brandon K. Applegate, Francis T. Cullen, Shannon M. Barton, Pamela J. Richards, LonnLanza-Kaduce, and Bruce G. Link, (1995) Public Support for Drunk Driving Counter Measures: Social Policy for Saving Lives. Crime & Delinquency 41, 171-190.

Roy, Sudipto. (1995). Juvenile Offenders in an Electronic Home Detention Program: A Study on Factors Related to failure.  Journal of Offender Monitoring, 9-17.

Roy, Sudipto. (1995). Juvenile Restitution and Recidivism in a Midwestern County", Federal Probation, 55-62.

Hamm, Mark S. (1994). No Sense Makes Sense: The Paradox of Prosecuting Bias-Motivated Cult Crime. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 19, 145-160.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeff Ferrell (1994). Rap, Cops, and Crime: Clarifying the ‘Cop Killer’ Controversy. ACJS Today, 13, 1‑29.

Polizzi, D.  (1994). Facing the Criminal. The Humanistic Psychologist 19, 28-38.

Roy, Sudipto (1994). Adult Offenders in an Electronic Home Detention Program: Factors Related to Failure. Journal of Offender Monitoring, 17-21.

Roy, Sudipto. (1994). Electronic Monitoring of Juvenile Offenders in Lake County, Indiana: An Exploratory Study.  Journal of Offender Monitoring, 1-8.

Roy, Sudipto. (1994). Victim Offender Reconciliation Project for Juveniles in Elkhart County, Indiana: An Exploratory Study. The Justice Professional, 23-35.

Roy, Sudipto (1993). Two Types of Juvenile Restitution Programs in Two Midwestern Counties: A Comparative Study. Federal Probation, 48-53.

Roy, Sudipto (1993). Victim Meets Offender: A Comparative Study on Juveniles and Adults in a Midwestern County.  Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 117-133.

Hamm, Mark S. (1992). Ethics, Scholarship and The Justice Professional: The Tragic Case of the Mariel Cuban. The Justice Professional, 6, 135‑154.

Hamm, Mark S. (1992). From Robes to Combat Boots: On Deconstructing Hate Crime. Critical Criminologist, 3, 1‑4.

Hamm, Mark S. (1992). Santeria in Federal Prisons: Understanding a Little Known Religion.” Federal Prisons Journal, 2, 37‑42.

Hamm, Mark S. (1992). Searching for a Heartbeat: Correctional Treatment and the War on Drugs.  Journal of Correctional Education, 43, 74‑81.

Hamm, Mark S. (1991). Batterers Anonymous: Toward a Correctional Education to Control Romantic Violence. Journal of Correctional Education, 42, 64‑73.

Hamm, Mark S. (1991). From Wedtech and Iran‑Contra to the Riots at Oakdale and Atlanta: On the Ethics and Public Performance of Edwin Meese III. Journal of Crime & Justice, 14, 123‑148.

Hamm, Mark S. and John C. Kite (1991). The Role of Offender Rehabilitation in Family Violence Policy: The Batterers Anonymous Experiment.” Criminal Justice Review, 16, 227‑248.

Hamm, Mark S. (1990). Bending Granite: On the Politics and Administration of American Jail Reform. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 6, 176‑200.

Hamm, Mark S. Prisoners’ Rights Union (1990). Study on Prison Discipline in the U.S.: A Follow Up. Social Justice, 17, 157‑164.

Roy, Sudipto (1990). Offender-oriented Restitution Bills: Bringing Total Justice for Victims? Federal Probation, 30-36.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). Political Rehabilitation in Cuban Prisons: The Plan Progressivo.” Journal of Correctional Education, 40, 72‑79.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). Whistleblowing in Corrections.  Sociological Viewpoints, 5, 35‑45.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). Domestic Violence: Legislative Attitudes Toward a Coherent Public Policy. Journal of Crime & Justice, 12, 37‑59.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). Legislator Attitudes Toward Policies to Reduce Prison Crowding.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 3, 220‑235.

Hamm, Mark S.  (1989). Legislator Ideology and Capital Punishment: The Special Case for Indiana Juveniles. Justice Quarterly, 6, 501‑514.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). The Conscience and Convenience of Sentencing Reform in Indiana. Behavioral Sciences & The Law, 7, 107‑125.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeffrey L. Schrink (1989). The Conditions of Effective Implementation: A Guide to Accomplishing Rehabilitative Objectives in Corrections. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 16, 166‑182.

Polizzi, D. (1989). Professional Wrestling: A modern day archetypal drama. The Humanistic Psychologist 17, 322-325.

Schrink, Jeff and Mark S. Hamm (1989). Misconceptions Concerning Correctional Counseling.” Journal of Offender Counseling, Service and Rehabilitation, 14, 133‑148.

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Current Perspectives on the Prisoner Self‑Help Movement. Federal Probation, 52: 49‑56.

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Dealing with prison Crowding in the Midwest. Midwestern Criminal Justice Association News Notes, Spring: 4

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Drug Policy and Applied Research: A Study of Users, Abusers, and Politicians. Journal of Crime & Justice, 11, 103‑121.

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Value Judgments and Institutional Confinement: A Study of Decision‑Making Among Juvenile Parole Board Members. The Justice Professional, 3, 255‑272.

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Making Changes in Correctional Education. Journal of Correctional Education, 39, 146‑153.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987). Criminal Justice Expertise and the Ossification of Criminology. The Justice Professional, 2, 49‑63.

Hamm, Mark S. (1997). Policing the “Crack” Problem in Indiana. Indiana Sheriff, 8-9.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987). The 1986 ‘Drug Crisis’ Reconsidered: An Analysis of Official Statistics. Social Science Perspectives Journal, 1, 164‑186.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987). The Politics of Rehabilitation: A Study of Legislative Ideology. Journal of the Correctional Education Association (Leadership Series), 42, 7‑17.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987). The Human Potential Seminar: A Strategy for Teaching Socially Adaptive Behavior in a Correctional Classroom. Journal of Correctional Education, 38, 4‑7.

Hamm, Mark S., and Melissa M. Rolnick. (1986). Domestic Violence and Police-Initiated probable Cause Arrest in Indiana. Indiana Sheriff, 10-11.

Hamm, Mark S. (1985). The Effects of Human Potential Seminars on the Socially Adaptive Behaviors of Incarcerated Juvenile Delinquents Monograph in Behavioral Disorders, 8, 105‑112.

Roy, Sudipto. (1983). Indians in Kenya and Trinidad: A Study of Inter-ethnic Relationships in Plural Societies. Man and Life,. 75-87.

Roy, Sudipto. (1982). Asian Male Labor Force in Canada, 1921, 1941, and 1961. Journal of Indian Anthropological Society, 245-252.

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