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Criminal Justice

Items Acquired in May 2017 for the University Libraries

The age of lone wolf terrorism

Mark S. Hamm and Ramon Spaaij

Call Number: HV6431 .H3456 2017

Anatomy of terror : from the death of bin Laden to the rise of the Islamic State

Ali Soufan

Call Number: HV6431 .S6465 2017


Call Number: HV6453.L29 D33 2017

Mass and Serial Murder in America [electronic resource]

Call Number: HV6529

Habitual offenders : a true tale of nuns, prostitutes, and murderers in seventeenth-century Italy

Craig A. Monson

Call Number: HV6535.I83

Unraveling farmer suicides in India : egoism and masculinity in peasant life

Nilotpal Kumar

Call Number: HV6545.35

Responding to domestic violence : the integration of criminal justice and human services

Eve S. Buzawa, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Carl G. Buzawa, Attorney, Evan D. Stark, Rutgers University-Newark

Call Number: HV6626.2 .B89 2017

Intimate violence and abuse in families

Richard J. Gelles

Call Number: HV6626.2 .G45 2017

The battered woman syndrome

Lenore E. A. Walker, EdD

Call Number: HV6626.2 .W33 2017

Elder abuse : research, practice and policy

XinQi Dong, editor

Call Number: HV6626.3

Cyberbullying across the globe : gender, family, and mental health

Raúl Navarro, Santiago Yubero, Elisa Larrañaga, editors

Call Number: HV6773.15.C92

The handbook of measurement issues in criminology and criminal justice

edited by Beth M. Huebner and Timothy S. Bynum

Call Number: HV7415

Citizen spies : the long rise of America's surveillance society

Joshua Reeves

Call Number: HV7431 .R454 2017

Police reserves and volunteers : enhancing organizational effectiveness and public trust

edited by James F. Albrecht

Call Number: HV7935 .P666 2017

Effective police supervision

Larry S. Miller, Harry W. More, and Michael C. Braswell

Call Number: HV7936.S8 M67 2017


Call Number: HV8079.C65 S266 2017

Locking up our own : crime and punishment in black America

James Forman, Jr

Call Number: HV9950 .F655 2017

The new criminal justice thinking

edited by Sharon Dolovich and Alexandra Natapoff

Call Number: HV9950 .N495 2017