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Jeffrey Sandler, Associate Editor

Journal of Criminal Justice
and Popular Culture

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Volume 8, Issue 3

Personality Disorder and the Film Noir Femme Fatale
Scott Snyder

Mediating COPS: An Analysis of Viewer Reaction to Reality TV
Kathleen Curry

The Role of Television News in the Construction of School Violence as a "Moral Panic"
Donna Killingbeck

Antonin Artaud: Noah's Ark Outside Time
S. Giora Shoham


Why Do the Heathens Rage? A Review of The Tyranny of Good Intentions
William K. Black

A Review of The Outsider: A Journey into My Father's Struggle wtih Madness
Karen Lutfey

Volume 8, Issue 2

Deconstructing Myths: The Social Construction of "Sadomasochism" versus "Subjugated Knowledges" of Practitioners of Consensual "SM"
Andrea Beckmann

Gangsta Misogyny: A Content Analysis of the Portrayals of Violence against Women in Rap Music, 1987-1993
Edward G. Armstrong


A Review of Flag Burning: Moral Panic and the Criminalization of Protest
Sheldon Ungar

A Review of Crime Prevention at a Crossroads
Brion Sever

A Review of When Law Goes Pop: The Vanishing Line between Law and Popular Culture
Ryan Alford

A Review of Killer Jews
Rachel Rubin

A Review of Well Founded Fear
Sarah Mahler

Special Feature

A Reply to Peter Manning
Christopher P. Wilson

Volume 8, Issue 1

Crime in the Public Mind: Letters to the Editor as a Measure of Crime Salience
Michael E. Dupre
David A. Mackey

"Star Trek and Stare Decisis: Legal Reasoning and Information Technology
Bradley Stewart Chilton

Anorexia and the Holiness of Saint Catherine of Siena
Mario Reda
Giuseppe Sacco
Translated by Graeme Newman


A Review of When Law Goes Pop: The Vanishing Line between Law and Popular Culture
James R. Elkins

A Review of Cop Knowledge: Police Power and Cultural Narrative in Twentieth Century America Peter K. Manning

A Review of Psycho Paths: Tracking the Serial Killer through Contemporary American Film and Fiction
Karen Beckman

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