Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture Copyright © 2003/2004 Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture
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Index to Volume 10 (2003/2004)

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Volume 10, Issue 1 (Winter 2003)

Volume 10, Issue 1 in pdf

Feature Articles

Exotic Dancers: Gender Differences in Societal Reaction, Subcultural Ties, and Conventional Support
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     by 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
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     by Danielle M. Soulliere

The Compulsion of Real/Reel Serial Killers and Vampires: Toward a Gothic Criminology
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     by Caroline Joan Picart & Cecil Greek

The Mouse Who Would Rule the World! How American Criminal Justice Reflects the Themes of Disneyization
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     by Matthew B. Robinson

Review Essays

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

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


Volume 10, Issue 2 (Spring/Summer 2003)

Volume 10, Issue 2 in pdf

Feature Articles

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

Review Essays

Menty and the Petersburg Myth: TV Cops in Russia ’s ‘Crime Capital’
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by Jennifer Ryan Tishler

Talk About Sex: A Review of Sex Crimes:  Patterns and Behavior
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by Scott R. Senjo

Review of Mob Nemesis: How the FBI Crippled Organized Crime
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     by Steve Brodt

 


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