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Crime drop in America

By: Blumstein, Alfred | Wallman, Joel.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Cambridge studies in criminology (Cambridge University Press): Publisher: New York Cambridge University Press 2006Description: xiii,360p. ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780521681483.Subject(s): Crime -- United States | Violent crimes -- United StatesDDC classification: 364.973 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information
Contents:
The recent rise and fall of American violence / Alfred Blumstein, Joel Wallman -- Disaggregating the violence trends / Alfred Blumstein -- Guns and gun violence / Garen J. Wintemute -- The limited importance of prison expansion / William Spelman -- Patterns in adult homicide: 1980-1995 / Richard Rosenfeld -- The rise and decline of hard drugs, drug markets, and violence in inner-city New York / Bruce D. Johnson, Andrew Golub, Eloise Dunlap -- Have changes in policing reduced violent crime? An assessment of the evidence / John E. Eck, Edward R. Maguire -- An economic model of recent trends in violence / Jeffrey Grogger -- Demographics and U.S. homicide / James Alan Fox -- Epilogue, 2005 : After the crime drop / Joel Wallman, Alfred Blumstein.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The recent rise and fall of American violence / Alfred Blumstein, Joel Wallman -- Disaggregating the violence trends / Alfred Blumstein -- Guns and gun violence / Garen J. Wintemute -- The limited importance of prison expansion / William Spelman -- Patterns in adult homicide: 1980-1995 / Richard Rosenfeld -- The rise and decline of hard drugs, drug markets, and violence in inner-city New York / Bruce D. Johnson, Andrew Golub, Eloise Dunlap -- Have changes in policing reduced violent crime? An assessment of the evidence / John E. Eck, Edward R. Maguire -- An economic model of recent trends in violence / Jeffrey Grogger -- Demographics and U.S. homicide / James Alan Fox -- Epilogue, 2005 : After the crime drop / Joel Wallman, Alfred Blumstein.

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