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1. Violent Crime, Residential Instability and Mobility: Does the Relationship Differ in Minority Neighborhoods?

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2. A New Twist on an Old Approach: A Random-Interaction Approach for Estimating Rates of Inter-Group Interaction

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3. Crimes of opportunity or crimes of emotion? Testing two explanations of seasonal change in crime

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4. Crimes of Opportunity or Crimes of Emotion? Testing Two Explanations of Seasonal Change

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5. Testing Two Explanations of Seasonal Change

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6. Brains, Practices, Relativism: Social Theory after Cognitive Science. By Stephen P. Turner. University of Chicago Press, 2002. Cloth, $46.00; $19.00


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7. Specifying the Determinants of Neighborhood Satisfaction: A Robust Assessment in 24 Metropolitan Areas


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8. Social Capital, Too Much of a Good Thing? American Religious Traditions and Community Crime


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9. On the Bernstein-v. Mises Approximation of Posterior Distributions


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10. A Dynamic View of Neighborhoods: The Reciprocal Relationship between Crime and Neighborhood Structural Characteristics


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