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FPSY 5135 Criminal Behavior: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

FPSY 5135 Course Readings

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Britto, S., & Noga-Styron, K. E. (2015). The belief that guns deter crime and support for capital punishment. Criminal Justice Studies, 28(3), 314–335.

Carpentier, J, Leclerc, B, & Proulx, J. (2011). Juvenile sexual offenders: Correlates of onset, variety, and desistance of criminal behavior. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38(8), 854-873.

Dearden, T. (2016). Trust: The unwritten cost of white-collar crime. Journal of Financial Crime. 23(1), 87-101.

Foley, B. (2007). Guantanamo and beyond: Dangers of rigging the rules. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 97(4).

Kan, R.R. (2014). Forces of habit: Global SOF’s role in countering illicit drug trafficking. Journal of Strategic Security. 7(2), 19-28.

Mathieu, C., Hare, R. D., Jones, D. N., Babiak, P., & Neumann, C. S. (2013). Factor structure of the B-Scan 360: A measure of corporate psychopathy. Psychological Assessment, 25(1), 288–293. 

Nagin, D. (2014). Deterrence and the death penalty: Why the statistics should be ignored. Significance. 11(2), 9-13.

Neuman, V. (2015). Never mind the metrics: Disrupting human trafficking by other means. Journal of International Affairs. 68(2), 39-53.

Sergie, A. (2015). Divergent mind-sets, convergent policies: Policing models against organized crime in Italy and in England within international frameworks. European Journal of Criminology,12(6) 658.

Turner, J. (2015). Being young in the age of globalization: A look at recent literature on neoliberalism’s effects on youth. Social Justice. 41(4) 8-22.

Varese, F. (2013). The structure of the content of criminal connections: The Russian mafia in Italy. European Sociological Review, 29(5), 899-909.

Other Readings

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