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International Journal of Criminology and Sociology | Volume 6

International Journal of Criminology and Sociology

Table of Contents

Volume 6, 2017


Foreign Burglars: Primary Results of an Interview Study with Arrested Offenders in Germany - Pages 226-233

Gina Rosa Wollinger and Nadine Jukschat

What Happens When Investigating A Crime Takes Up Too Much Time? An Examination of How Optimal Law Enforcement Theory Impacts Sentencing - Pages 215-225
Katherine Ray, Elizabeth L. Borkowski, Wanda Leal and William D. Bales

College and University Faculty Perceptions Towards Carrying Concealed Firearms on Campus - Pages 205-214
P.J. Verrecchia and Nicole Hendrix

Special Issue

Communication Violence and Bullying in Education

PanagiotisPanagiotis J. Stamatis
(Guest Editor)
University of the Aegean,  
Dpt. of Sciences of Preschool Educati
and Educational Design,  GR-851 32 Rhodes, Greece
Tel: 030 22410 99149  Fax: 030 22410 99109  
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Characteristics of Cyberaggression among College Student Minorities: Exploring Pervasiveness and Impact through Mixed-Methods - Pages 192-204
Timothy Oblad, Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo and Elizabeth Massengale

Literature and Bullying: Teenage and Children Novels on School Bullying Prevention - Pages 183-191
Evangelia Raptou

Detecting Non Verbal and Vocal Expressions of Bullying in Kindergarten - Pages 178-182
Afrodite Ntouka

Greek Preschool Teachers' Perceptions about the Effective Strategies for Bullying Prevention in Preschool Age - Pages 172-177
Eleni Nikolaou and Georgios Markogiannakis

Communication Styles of Primary School Teachers During Teaching - Pages 166-171
Eleni Stavropoulou and Panagiotis J. Stamatis

Communication Violence in Verbal Expression and Nonverbal Behavior of Preschool and Early Primary School Teachers During Teaching Process: An Observational Study - Pages 159-165
Panagiotis J. Stamatis

Adolescent Risk-Taking Behaviors and School Performance: Distinguishing the Experiences of Boys and Girls - Pages 146-158
Sampson Lee Blair

Drug Use among a Sample of Federal Drug Crime Defendants: Implications for the Gateway Effect Hypothesis - Pages 133-145
John David Reitzel and Sarah Huggins Scarbrough

Societal Derivations for the Illegal Gun Trafficking: In Addis Ababa: Ethiopia - Pages 127-132
Desalegn Birara

Hybrid Courts and Multilevel Rules of Law: Some Overall Considerations, Challenges and Opportunities - Pages 117-126
Henrik Andersen

Double Expectations: Law Enforcement Workers and Dilemmas on Handling Drug Use at the Street Level - Pages 103-116
Rafaela de Quadros Rigoni

Trauma-Informed Risk Assessment in Correctional Settings - Pages 93-102
Julie K. Bates-Maves and Deirdre O’Sullivan

An Empirical Study on the Role of Parents in Academic Achievement of Children in Private Schools of Karachi - Pages 84-92
Muhammad Yaseen, Shah Zaman and Naveeda Rasheed

Confrontation to Humiliation Complex Causing the Violence, Crime, Uncivilized, Non-Citizenship and Extremism by Positive Education and Cognitions - Pages 75-83
Amani Kubitary and Muaweah Ahmad Alsaleh

Personal Differences among Brazilian Adolescents with Distinct Levels of Engagement in Delinquency - Pages 65-74
André Vilela Komatsu and Marina Rezende Bazon

The Evolution of International Criminal Tribunals - Pages 52-64
Harry M. Rhea

Recidivism and Inmate Mental Illness - Pages 40-51
William D. Bales, Melissa Nadel, Chemika Reed and Thomas G. Blomberg

Reentry of Released Female Prisoners into the Community - Pages 29-39
Efodi Rotem and Adamchuk Irit

Virtually Standing Up or Standing By? Correlates of Enacting Social Control Online - Pages 16-28
Matthew Costello, James Hawdon and Amanda Cross

A Case Study: Lessons from the Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption - Pages 5-15
Ming-Li Hsieh

The Importance of ‘Manualised Psychotherapy Practice’ in Community Mental Health Care: A Clinical View Point - Pages 1-4
Jibowu Olubokun



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