Crime and Justice, Volume 20

An Annual Review of Research

Edited by Michael Tonry

Crime and Justice, Volume 20
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Edited by Michael Tonry

432 pages | © 1995
Cloth $46.00 ISBN: 9780226808260 Published December 1995
Founded in 1979, Crime and Justice addresses important developments in the criminal justice system. This distinguished series of commissioned essays encompasses topics both within and outside of the accepted core of research on crime and justice, including legal, psychological, biological, sociological, historical, and ethical considerations. Individual essays in Volume 20 include articles by Michael Tonry and Mary Lynch on intermediate sanctions; Thomas J. Bernard and Jeffrey B. Snipes on theoretical integration in criminology; Antony Duff on recent work in the philosophy of punishment; Eugene Maguin and Rolf Loeber on academic performance and delinquency; Thomas M. Mieczkowski on the measurement of drug prevalence in the United States; and Ellen G. Cohn and David P. Farrington on Crime and Justice in the criminal justice and criminology literature.
Contents
Foreword
Jeremy Travis

Preface
Michael Tonry and Norval Morris

Penal Communications: Recent Work in the Philosophy of Punishment
R. A. Duff

Intermediate Sanctions
Michael Tonry and Mary Lynch

Academic Performance and Delinquency
Eugene Maguin and Rolf Loeber

Crime and Justice and the Criminal Justice and Criminology Literature
Ellen G. Cohn and David P. Farrington

Theoretical Integration in Criminology
Thomas J. Bernard and Jeffrey B. Snipes

The Prevalence of Drug Use in the United States
Thomas M. Mieczkowski

Author Index—Volumes 1-20
Subject Index—Volume 1-20
Title Index—Volumes 1-20
Volume Index—Volumes 1-20
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