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10 new crime research studies for September 7

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Take a look at these new criminology & criminal justice studies from the journals I monitor.

I hope something catches your interest and you use it in your own writing. If you do, let me know!

1. Judges on the Benchmark: Developing a Sentencing Feedback System, published in Justice Quarterly.

2. Increasing Liberalization: A Time Series Analysis of the Public’s Mood toward Drugs, published in Justice Quarterly.

3. Validating Social Control, Self-Control, and Social Learning Constructs Among a Sample of Youth in Nine English-Speaking Caribbean Nations, published in Crime & Delinquency.

4. School Behavior, School Performance, and Race as Focal Concerns in the Institutionalization of Juveniles, published in Crime & Delinquency.

5. The ABCs of African American Women: Avoid, Be Respectful, and Comply, published in Crime & Delinquency.

6. Comparing Risk Factors for Prison Victimization Between Foreign-Born and Native-Born Incarcerated People, published in Crime & Delinquency.

7. New ideas, enduring cultural barriers? An analysis of recommendations from the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Restorative Justice in England and Wales, published in Criminology & Criminal Justice.

8. The profile of people entering the ‘EQUIPS’ offender treatment programs in New South Wales’, published in Current Issues in Criminal Justice.

9. Justice-Involved, Sexually Victimized Women’s Perspectives on the Acceptability of Receiving Trauma-Focused Therapy in Prison, published in Violence Against Women.

10. Promoting Healthy Relationships in Foster Care—“If I Had Seen What a Healthy Relationship Looks Like, that Would Have Changed My Perspective”, published in Violence Against Women.

As always, I hope you’ll find some research to write about yourself. I’d love to read it or watch/listen to it, so please let me know in the comments!

I might cover some of them in True Crime Adjacent (TCA) or Nonfiction Crime Writing (NCW).

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