European Journal of Criminology, vol. 20, number 4 is out!

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07-31-2023

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European Journal of Criminology, vol. 20, number 4 is out!

A new issue of the EJC is out! Be sure to check the table of contents, below

 
Articles
Preventing outlaw biker crime in the Netherlands or just changing the dark figure? Estimating the impact of the Dutch whole-of-government approach on outlaw biker crime using interrupted time series analysisChristian Klement and Arjan Blokland
Severe versus less severe intimate partner violence: Aggressors and victimsRaúl Aguilar Ruiz, María José González Calderón, and Abel González García
Parole as resentencing: Exploring the punitive accounts of parole decision-making through the comparative case study of IsraelNetanel Dagan
Bringing narrative victimology to transitional justice: Blame, victimhood and life stories of wrongful convictionKevin Hearty
Prison officer students’ perceptions of persons convicted of sexual crimesChristine Friestad, Kristian Mjåland, and Hilde Pape
A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis of corruption and homicide in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries through the lens of the institutional anomie theoryJosé N Cruz
European legislators’ attitudes toward childhood sexuality from the perspective of age of consent legislationGuangxing Zhu
Social inequality in alternative sanctions: A register data study on all adolescent drug offenders in Norway 2005–2015Thomas Anton Sandøy, Ståle Østhus, and Anne Line Bretteville-Jensen
Information sharing in community policing in Europe: Building public confidenceElizabeth V. Aston, Megan O’Neill, Yvonne Hail, and Andrew Wooff
Receiving visits in prison and aggressive and contraband misconduct among Dutch prisonersMaria L. Berghuis, Miranda Sentse, Hanneke Palmen, and Paul Nieuwbeerta
Modus operandi of persons convicted of a sexual offense from victims’ perspectives in a Turkish sampleBurak M. Gonultas (GönültaƟ), Emek Yüce Zeyrek-Rios, and David Lester
The certainty–offending relationship as a function of a nation's free market cultural ethosGlenn D Walters
Proterrence, rule illegitimacy, and the ban on tobacco smoke in Amsterdam's coffeeshopsScott Jacques and Bruce A. Jacobs
Same problems, different concepts and language: What happens when prison climate research goes on a journey?Frank Neubacher, Alison Liebling, and Deborah Kant
‘Strikingly and stubbornly high’: Investigating the paradox of public confidence in the Irish policeClaire Hamilton and Lynsey Black
Violence, worry and trust in the emergence of weapon-carryingIain R Brennan
Women trafficking networks: Structure and stages of women trafficking in five Dutch small-scale networksTomáš Diviák, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Fenna van der Wijk, Indra Oosting, and Gerard Wolters
Victimization experience does matter: Testing the effect of different types of victimization on fear of crime among adolescentsZuzana Podaná and Eva Krulichová
Punitive by negligence? The myths and reality of penal nationalism in the Czech RepublicJakub Drápal
Community multiculturalism and immigrant crimeArjen Leerkes, Tineke Fokkema, and Roel Jennissen