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College of Social Sciences ยป Department of Criminology
72 achievements

72 achievements

Clement, Keith
Clement, K.  (2011). The essentials of emergency management and homeland security graduate education programs: Design, development, and future.  Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
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Clement, K., & Barbrey, J.  (2008). Criminal Laws on the Fringe: An Analysis of Legislated Punishments for Morality Crimes in the 50 States.  Critical Criminology. 16(2), 105-121.
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Clement, K., Hough, R., Mathis, J., Simmons, C., & Jones, B.  (2007). Partnering In Purpose.  Police Chief. 74(11).
Tatum, K., & Clement, K.  (2007). An Exploratory Analysis of Florida Law Enforcement Domestic Violence Policies.  American Journal of Criminal Justice. 32(1-2), 45-56.
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Dussich, John P.J.
Masters, R., Muscat, B., Dussich, J., Pincu, L., & Skrapec, C.  (2012). CJ: Realities and challenges.  New York: McGraw-Hill.
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Dussich, J., & Maekoya, C.  (2007). Physical child harm and bullying-related behaviors: a comparative study in Japan, South Africa, and the United States.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 51(5), 495-509.
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Dussich, J.  (2006). Japanese Childhood Victims of Sexual Abuse and their Social Perceptions: Comparisons with Children in Germany, Greece and the USA.  International Review of Victimology. 13(1), 99-114.
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Dussich, J.  (2005). Abuse of Power. Presented at Proceedings of the 131st United Nations Far East Institute: The Use and Application of the UN Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power – Twenty Years after its Adoption.
Dussich, J.  (2005). Victimology: Past, Present and Future. Presented at Proceedings of the 131st United Nations Far East Institute: The Use and Application of the UN Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power – Twenty Years after its Adoption.
Dussich, J.  (2005). Book Review: Critical Issues in Restorative Justice.  Crimincal Justice Review. 29(2).
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English, Peter
English, P.  (2012). Ready, willing...but unable: Do ethical considerations prevent mental health responders from helping victims in times of disaster?.  International Perspectives in Victimology. 6(2), 112-120.
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English, P.  (2011). Words matter: Defining victims in state domestic violence statutes.  International Perspectives in Victimology. 1-8.
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English, P., & Sales, B.  (2005). More than the law: Behavioral and social facts in legal decision making.  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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Masters, Ruth
Masters, R., Muscat, B., Dussich, J., Pincu, L., & Skrapec, C.  (2012). CJ: Realities and challenges.  New York: McGraw-Hill.
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Masters, R.  (2004). Counseling criminal justice offenders.  Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.
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Masters, R.  (2000). Can Punishment and Rehabilitation Coexist? The Failure of U.S. Correctional Philosophy.  The Trilateral Conference on “Resource, Technology, and Social Values: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia-Pacific in the 21st Century.
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Masters, R., & Roberson, C.  (1990). Inside criminology.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall.
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Futrell, M., & Masters, R.  (1986). Academic and vocational education programs in twelve California Department of Corrections institutions. 
Masters, R., & Rasmussen, J.  (1983). Law Enforcement - A Woman Corrections Professor and a Woman Reserve Officer's View.  Police Chief. 50(1), 61-66.
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Masters, R.  (1979). Perceptions of Women Professors’ Pedagogic Behaviors in Masculine and Femininely-Stereotyped Teaching Disciplines.  Women’s Educational Equity Communications Network.
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Ryan, Kenneth J.
Ryan, K.  The New Face of Global Espionage.  Retrieved from: http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/articles/ 12020/the-new-face-of-global-espionage
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Ryan, K.  (2012). Introduction.  Privacy and surveillance with new technologies. New York, NY: International Debate Education Association.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Why moms kill.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Extraordinary Rendition.  The Sage encyclopedia of terrorism. (pp.512-513) Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). FISA.  The Sage encyclopedia of terrorism. (pp.213-215) Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Homeland security.  The Sage encyclopedia of terrorism. (pp.265-268) Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Interrogation techniques.  The Sage encyclopedia of terrorism. (pp.289-292) Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The torture debate.  The Sage encyclopedia of terrorism. (pp.580-583) Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Terror Expectations Post bin Laden's Death.  Middle-east.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Which Monster Killed Caylee Anthony?.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Demjanjuk: The ordinary man.  Middle-east.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Why mom kills.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Criminal hubris: The lies that follow murder.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Casey Anthony and rational behavior: Doing the math.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Casey Anthony defense: A glance at their case.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Casey Anthony trial: Nothing but the truth.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Casey Anthony trial: Competency, Insanity and the Casey Anthony defense strategy.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Casey Anthony trial: Closing the door behind the jury.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Casey Anthony acquittal: How juries deliberate.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Anthony acquittal: Mismanaging the CSI effect.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Mom vs. the TSA: Mom loses.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Oslo: Acts of Terror or the Acts of a Madman?.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Amanda Knox: Problems practicing US law in Italy.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Warren Jeffs: Rape in the name of God.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The London riots: Culture and convenience for Prime Minister Cameron.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). German Ex-Pat Albrecht Gero Muth: A Black Widower?.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Susan Powell Disappearance: A Murder Motive Surfaces.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Father throws crying child into Newport Harbor.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Amanda Knox: The DNA appeals begin in Italy.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Conrad Murray Trial Begins with Jury Selection.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Fairyland Justice: The Murder Trial of James Robert “Bob” Ward.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Amanda Knox Appeal: Battle Lines Form along International Borders.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Amanda Knox Appeal: Welcome Home, Ms. Knox.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Murder in Connecticut: Komisarjevsky Found Guilty on 17 Counts.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Muammar Khadafy: A Violent End to Terror.  Africa.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Komisarjevsky and Hayes: Murder by Twos.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Natalie Wood Death Investigation Reopened: Witness Changes Story - Why Now?.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Fairyland Justice: James Robert “Bob” Ward Sentencing Delayed.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Oslo Terror Attacks: Norwegian Terrorist Anders Behring Breivik Was Insane.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Murder in Connecticut: Jury Recommends Death for Komisarjevsky.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Fairyland Justice: James Robert ‘Bob’ Ward Sentenced to 30 Years.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Borough Park Butcher: Can Genetics Cause Violent Psychosis?.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Joran Van der Sloot: Is Justice Delayed Justice Denied?.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). A Smirking Joran van der Sloot Pleads Guilty to Murder.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Just Another Day at the Office: Child Murderer Brunn Commits Suicide.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). Sexual Predators: Are We Protecting the Children or the Criminals?.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2011). The Powell family Tragedy: Will There Ever Be Answers?.  Criminal Report.
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Ryan, K.  (2010). International perspectives in Victimology.  Assisting Victims of Terrorism. Netherlands: Springer .
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Ryan, K.  The effect of corruption on intelligence cooperation.  Retrieved from: http://www.accessmylibrary.com/article-1G1-263035938/effect-corruption-intelligence-cooperation.html
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Ryan, K.  (2009). Informing the Enemy: Feeding the Counter-Intelligence Needs of Our Adversaries.  John Marshall Journal of Computer and Information Law. 25(4), 681-688.
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Ryan, K.  (2008). Federalism, intergovernmentalism, and intelligence: The future of cooperation in the European union.  Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Round Table: International Law and Terrorism.
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Skrapec, Candice
Masters, R., Muscat, B., Dussich, J., Pincu, L., & Skrapec, C.  (2012). CJ: Realities and challenges.  New York: McGraw-Hill.
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