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Developmental Criminology and Its Discontents: Trajectories of Crime from Childhood to Old Age
11/1/2005, Robert J. Sampson, ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science - Sage Publications
“Enslaved Women and the Law: The Paradoxes of Subordination in the Post-Revolutionary Carolinas,”
8/2005, Laura F. Edwards, Slavery & Abolition, 26 (pp. 305-323)
“Agency Theory”
2005, Susan P. Shapiro, Annual Review of Sociology
Review of Herbert Kritzer, Risks, Reputations, and Rewards: Contingency Fee Legal Practice in the United States
2005, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
'There Will Be Fighting in the Streets': The Distorting Lens of Social Movement Theory
2005, Robert J. Sampson, 10 Mobilization 1
Social Anatomy of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Violence
2005, Robert J. Sampson, 95 American Journal of Public Health 224
Civil Society Reconsidered: The Durable Nature and Community Structure of Collective Civic Action
2005, Robert J. Sampson, 111 American Journal of Sociology 673
A Life-Course View of the Development of Crime
2005, Robert J. Sampson, 602 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 12
Urban Lawyers: The New Social Structure of the Bar
2005, John P. Heinz, Robert L. Nelson, Rebecca Sandefur, University of Chicago Press

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