The Encyclopedia of Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2 Volume Set

2 Volume Set
 
 
Wiley (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erscheint ca. am 18. Januar 2021
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 1000 Seiten
978-1-119-11072-9 (ISBN)
 
  • Englisch
  • New York
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  • USA
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  • 1332 gr
978-1-119-11072-9 (9781119110729)
Volume I About the Editors [to come from Barnes] List of Contributors [Production to compile] Preface [to come from Barnes] Introduction [to come from Miller Part 1: Crime Measurement British Social Attitudes The Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development: New Findings The Campbell Collaboration Construct Validity Crime Mapping/Geospatial information systems CrimeStat IV The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study: Methods of a 40+ Year Longitudinal Study FBI Supplementary Homicide Reports Forensic Science General Social Survey (Canada) - Crime Victimization The General Social Surveys Geographies of Crime Levels of Measurement in Criminology and Criminal Justice Life history calendar method Measurement Reliability Measurement Validity National Centre for Crime and Justice Statistics, Australia National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health) in Criminology National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997 Online Survey Research The Pathways to Desistence Study: A Longitudinal Examination of Serious Offenders The Project in Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods Rochester Youth Development Study and Rochester Intergenerational Study Space-Time Budget methodology: facilitating social ecology of crime in the Peterborough Adolescent and Young Adult Development Study The Study of Crime Rates Uniform Crime Reports Victim Surveys Violence and the Personal Safety Survey Australia World Health Organization Multi-Country Study on Women's Health and Domestic Violence Against Women Part 2: Theory The Chicago School's Contribution to Criminological Theory and Methods Critical Criminological Methods Deconstruction in Criminology Ethics and Criminology and Criminal Justice: from conceptualising to conduct Grounded Theory Inductive Reasoning Postmodern Methodologies in Criminology and Criminal Justice Reflexivity Situational and spatio-temporal characteristics of crime Social Ecology Part 3: Research Design Anonymity and Confidentiality Cohort Studies in Criminology Conflict of Interest Fixed- and Mixed-Effects Quantitative Analysis Hawthorne Effect History of the Hawthorne Effect Human Subjects Implementation Evaluation Informed Consent Institutional Review Board (IRB) Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment Longitudinal Analysis in Criminology and Criminal Justice Objectivity The Opt-In Internet Survey Outcome Evaluation Performance Measures in Criminal Justice Programming The Philadelphia Foot Patrol Experiment Program Evaluation Program Fidelity Quasi-Experimental Research Design Questionnaires Randomized Controlled Trial Rapport Replication Risk Assessment Research: An Examination of Nomenclature, Research Questions, and Analytic Strategies Spuriousness (Confounding) Statistical Power, P-values, and the Positive Predictive Value Time Series Designs Twin Studies Type I and Type II Errors Vignettes Part 4: Qualitative Methods Biography in criminology (source and product) Comparative and Historical Analysis Confirmation Bias Content Analysis Covert participant observation Discourse analysis Document Analysis Drug Ethnography Edge Ethnography Interviewing, conversational Interviewing, focus group Interviewing, in-depth Interviewing, photo elicitation Photovoice Qualitative Meta-synthesis Qualitative Software Packages Queer Methods in Criminology: Three Key Questions Index Volume II About the Editors [to come from Barnes] List of Contributors [Production to compile] Preface [to come from Barnes] Introduction [to come from Miller] Part 5: Quantitative Methods Bootstrapping Causality Conjunctive Analysis of Case Configurations Cost-Benefit Analysis in Criminology and Criminal Justice The Costs of Crime Crime Prediction/Forecasting Crime Statistics and the Media Cross-sectional Data Data Management Ecological Fallacy Experimental designs (randomized experiments) External Validity Internal Validity Mediation Meta-Analysis Missing Data in Criminology and Criminal Justice OLS (Linear) Regression Path Analysis Secondary Data Analysis Part 6: Research Topics Biosocial Research Methods Capital Punishment Research Challenges of Victimization Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice Conflict & radical criminology Courts Research Crime science Criminal Career Research: An Overview of Past and Current Research Methods Cross-national Research Deterrence Research Developmental & Life-Course Research Domestic Violence Research Environmental Crimes Ethnography and Grounded Theory: Tales from Prison and Parole Settings Evidence-Based Practice Experimental Evaluation of Rap Music Attitudes Gender & Crime Research Genocide Research: Social and Economic Aspects Guns and Crime Research Homicide Research Human Trafficking Research Immigration Research International Terrorism Research Neurocriminology: Brain-based perspectives on antisocial behavior Police legitimacy Predictive Policing Property Crimes Qualitative Approaches to Research in Prisons and Parole Recidivism Research Research on Desistance Researching 'active' offenders Sex offending Somatotyping Victimization and Victimology Victims of Sex Crimes Research Violent Offending The Yale White-Collar Crime Project: A Foundation of Modern White-Collar Crime Research Part 7: Organizations Australian Bureau of Statistics The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission Australian Institute of Criminology: Public sector criminological research Bureau of Justice Assistance Bureau of Justice Statistics Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Criminal Victimisation in Australia - National Data National Consortium on Violence Research (NCOVR) The National Crime Victimization Survey The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) National Security Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 Part 8: Statistical Methods/Programs Bayes Statistical Analysis Confirmatory Factor Analysis Factor Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling GeoDa (spatial statistical program) Group-based trajectory modeling Instrumental Variables Analysis Logistic Regression Modifiable areal unit problem Mplus Propensity Score Matching R (statistical software) Regression Discontinuity in Criminal Justice Research Risk Terrain Modeling (RTM) STATA: Software for Statistics and Data Software Statistical significance (P values) Structural equation modeling Survival Analysis (Regression) Virtual Reality as a Research Method in Criminology Index

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