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Franklin Wilson,
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Indiana State University

 
sunycrj@albany.edu

 

 
   

Volume 10, Issue 3

Transgression, Racialized Policing, and the Limits of Identity: Deep Cover

Mark Berrettini

Images of Prime Time Justice: A Content Analysis of "NYPD Blue" and "Law & Order"

Sarah Eschholz
Matthew Mallard
Stacey Flynn

Prison Within A Prison: A Burkean Analysis of the Sing Sing Stage Production of "Slam"

Lorraine Moller

Dear Boss: Hoax as Popular Communal Narrative in the case of Jack the Ripper

 

Ted Remington

Book Reviews

A Review of Searching for a Demon: The Media Construction of the Militia Movement

Cecil E. Greek

The Art of Crime: A Review of The BFI Companion to Crime

Sean E. Anderson

A Review of Illinois Justice: The Scandal of 1969 and the Rise of John Paul Stevens

Joseph N. Patten

Volume 10, Issue 2

The Portrayal of Crime and Justice in the Comic Book Superhero Mythos

Scott Vollum
Cary D. Adkinson

Media Consumption and Public Attitudes Toward Crime and Justice: The Relationship Between Fear of Crime, Punitive Attitudes, and Perceived Police Effectiveness

Kenneth Dowler

Book Reviews

Menty and the Petersburg Myth: TV Cops in Russia's 'Crime Capital'

Jennifer Ryan Tishler

Talk About Sex: A Review of Sex Crimes: Patterns and Behavior

Scott R. Senjo

A Review of Mob Nemesis: How the FBI Crippled Organized Crime

Steve Brodt

Volume 10, Issue 1

Exotic Dancers: Gender Differences in Societal Reaction, Subcultural Ties, and Conventional Support

Constance Bernard
Christen DeGabrielle
Lynette Cartier
Elizabeth Monk-Turner
Celestine Phill
Jennifer Sherwood
Thomasena Tyree

Prime-Time Murder: Presentations of Murder on Popular Television Justice Programs

Danielle M. Soulliere

The Compulsion of Real/Reel Serial Killers and Vampires: Towards a Gothic Criminology

Caroline Joan Picart
Cecil Greek

The Mouse Who Would Rule the World! How American Criminal Justice Reflects the Themes of Disneyization

Matthew B. Robinson

Book Reviews

A Review of Public Enemies, Public Heroes: Screening the Gangster from Little Caesar to Touch of Evil

Tony Hilfer

A Review of The Perreaus and Mrs. Rudd: Forgery and Betrayal in Eighteenth-Century London

Jessica Warner