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ALBRECHT, STAN L.; CHADWICK, BRUCE A.; and ALCORN, DAVID S. "Religiosity and Deviance: Application of An Attitude-Behavior Contingent Consistency Model." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 16 (1977): 263–274.

BAINBRIDGE, WILLIAM SIMS. "Crime, Delinquency and Religion." In Religion and Mental Health. Edited by John F. Schumaker. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. Pages 199–210.

BENDA, BRENT. "The Effect of Religion on Adolescent Delinquency Revisited." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 32 (1995): 446–466.

BENDA, BRENT, and CORWIN, ROBERT. "Religion and Delinquency." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 36 (1997): 81–92.

BENSON, PETER L. "Religion and Substance Abuse." In Religion and Mental Health. Edited by John F. Schumaker. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. Pages 211–220.

BROWNFIELD, DAVID, and SORENSON, ANN. "Religion and Drug Use Among Adolescents: A Social Support Conceptualization and Interpretation." Deviant Behavior 12 (1991): 259–276.

BURKETT, STEVEN. "Perceived Parents' Religiosity, Friends' Drinking, and Hellfire." Review of Religion Research 35 (1993): 134–154.

BURKETT, STEVEN, and WHITE, MERVIN. "Hellfire and Delinquency: Another Look." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 13 (1974): 455–462.

COCHRAN, JOHN, and AKERS, RONALD. "Beyond Hellfire: An Exploration of the Variable Effects of Religiosity on Adolescent Marijuana and Alcohol Use." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 26 (1989): 198–225.

COCHRAN, JOHN; BEEGHLEY, LEONARD; and BOCK, E. WILBUR. "The Influence of Religious Stability and Homogamy on the Relationship between Religiosity and Alcohol Use among Protestants." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 31 (1992): 441–456.

COCHRAN, JOHN; WOOD, PETER; and ARNEKLEV, BRUCE. "Is the Religiosity-Delinquency Relationship Spurious?" Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 31 (1994): 92–123.

ELIFSON, KIRK W.; PETERSEN, DAVID M.; and HADAWAY, C. KIRK. "Religiosity and Delinquency." Criminology 21 (1983): 505–527.

FITZPATRICK, J. P. "The Role of Religion in Programs for the Prevention and Correction of Crime and Delinquency." In Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crimes. President's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967.

GLOCK, CHARLES, and STARK, RODNEY. Religion and Society in Tension. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1965.

GLUECK, SHELDON, and GLUECK, ELEANOR. Unraveling Juvenile Delinquency. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1950.

HADAWAY, C. KIRK; ELIFSON, KIRK W.; and PETERSEN, DAVID M. "Religious Involvement and Drug Use Among Urban Adolescents." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 23 (1984): 109–128.

HIGGINS, P. C., and ALBRECHT, G. L. "Hellfire and Delinquency Revisited." Social Forces 55 (1977): 452–458.

HIRSCHI, TRAVIS. Causes of Delinquency. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969.

HIRSCHI, TRAVIS, and STARK, RODNEY. "Hellfire and Delinquency." Social Problems 17 (1969): 202–213.

JENSEN, GARY, and ROJEK, DEAN. Delinquency and Youth Crime. Prospect Heights, Ill.: Waveland Press, 1992.

JENSEN, GARY F., and ERICKSON, MAYNARD L. "The Religious Factor and Delinquency: Another Look At the Hellfire Hypothesis." The Religious Dimension. Edited by Robert With-now. New York: Academic Press, 1979. Pages 157–177.

KVARACEUS, WILLIAM. "Delinquent Behavior and Church Attendance." Sociology and Social Research 28 (1944): 284–289.

LEE, JERRY; RICE, GAIL; and GILLESPIE, V. BAILEY. "Family Worship Patterns and Their Correlation with Adolescent Behavior and Beliefs." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 36 (1997): 372–381.

LINDEN, RICK. Criminology. Toronto: Harcourt Brace, 2000.

LISKA, ALLEN, and MESSNER, STEVEN. Perspectives on Crime and Deviance. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1999.

MIDDLETON, W., and FAY, P. "Attitudes of Delinquent and Non-Delinquent Girls toward Sunday Observance, the Bible and War." Journal of Educational Psychology 32 (1941): 555–558.

PEEK, CHARLES W.; CURRY, EVAN W.; and CHALFANT, H. PAUL. "Religiosity and Delinquency Over Time." Social Sciences Quarterly 66 (1985): 120–131.

RHODES, ALBERT LEWIS, and REISS, ALBERT J. "The 'Religious Factor' and Delinquent Behavior." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 7 (1970): 83–89.

SCHUR, EDWIN. Our Criminal Society. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1969.

STACK, STEVEN, and KANAVY, MARY JEANNE. "The Effect of Religion on Forcible Rape." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 22 (1983): 67–74.

STARK, RODNEY. "Religion as Context: Hellfire and Delinquency One More Time." Sociology of Religion 57 (1996): 163–173.

STARK, RODNEY; KENT, LORI; and DOYLE, DANIEL P. "Religion and Delinquency: The Ecology of a 'Lost' Relationship." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 18 (1982): 4–24.

SUTHERLAND, EDWARD, and CRESSEY, DONALD. Criminology. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1974.

TITTLE, CHARLES R., and WELCH, MICHAEL R. "Religiosity and Deviance: Toward A Contingency Theory of Constraining Effects." Social Forces 61 (1983): 653–682.

WELCH, MICHAEL R.; TITTLE, CHARLES R.; and PETEE, THOMAS. "Religion and Deviance Among Adult Catholics: A Test of the 'Moral Communities' Hypothesis." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 30 (1991): 159–172.

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