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Sep 27 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. The Do-Nothing Strategy
  2. Bank Shot
  3. Machine Gun Menace
  4. All Roads Lead to Islamabad
  5. The World’s Top Executioners
  6. When They Were Kings
  7. Children of the Revolution: Libya
  8. The Promised Land


[Source: Foreign Policy, 16th – 22nd September 2011]


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Sep 23 2011

Get free access to most-read criminolog​y articles

Criminology News, SAGE’s criminology newsletter is now available to access and let users learn about SAGE’s books and peer-reviewed journals in criminology, criminal justice, and related fields, many of which are ranked in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports®.


Users are allowed to get free access to the newsletter and can know about the latest criminology product news from SAGE, including Journal News, New Books, Upcoming Events etc.

SAGE provides free access to top-read articles until November 15, 2011:

  1. The Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) Model: Does Adding the Good Lives Model Contribute to Effective Crime Prevention? – D.A. Andrews, James Bonta, & J. Stephen Wormith
  2. HKUL users can continue to access Criminal Justice and Behavior


  3. Delinquent Careers Behind Bars – Chad R. Trulson…[et al.]
  4. HKUL users can continue to access Criminal Justice Review


  5. Modern Serial Killers – Kevin D. Haggerty
  6. HKUL users can continue to access Crime, Media, Culture


  7. Greetings from the New Editorial Team – Editorial Team
  8. HKUL users can continue to access Criminology & Criminal Justice


  9. Support for the Death Penalty in Developing Democracies: A Binational Comparative Case Study – Ben Brown, Wm. Reed Benedict, & Kevin Buckler
  10. HKUL users can continue to access International Criminal Justice Review


  11. Editorial: Mass incarceration on trial – Jonathan Simon 
  12. HKUL users can continue to access Punishment & Society


  13. Things Fall Apart: Revisiting Race and Ethnic Differences in Criminal Violence amidst a Crime Drop – Darnell F. Hawkins (From Race and Justice) 

  15. An Exploratory Study of Internet-Initiated Sexual Offenses and the Chat Room Sex Offender: Has the Internet Enabled a New Typology of Sex Offender? – Peter Briggs, Walter T. Simon, & Stacy Simonsen
  16. HKUL users can continue to access Sexual Abuse


  17. Predicting Criminality? Risk Factors, Neighbourhood Influence and Desistance – Colin Webster, Robert MacDonald & Mark Simpson
  18. HKUL users can continue to access Youth Justice


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