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8 new crime research studies for September 6

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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. Strategic planning practices in policing: evidence from the field, published in Policing.

2. Deciphering the Relationship Between Extracurricular Activities and Delinquency Among Teenage Youth, published in American Journal of Criminal Justice .

3. “That Doesn’t Define Who I Am”: Strategies of Resistance to Stigmatization Among a Sample of U. S. Individuals Convicted of a Sexual Offense, published in Sexual Abuse.

4. Reading penalty from the periphery, published in Theoretical Criminology.

5. Delays in transferring patients from prisons to secure psychiatric hospitals: An international systematic review, published in Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health.

6. Strange, Unusual, and Creative Sentences: Analyzing “Outside the Box” Criminal Sentencing, published in Victims & Offenders.

7. The Impact of Child Polyvictimization and Cultural Factors on Lifetime Intimate Partner Violence Among Salvadoran Women, published in Violence Against Women.

8. Feminist Semiotics of “Safe”: Intimate Violence in the Time of Pandemic, 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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