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Rural Crime - Bibliography

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ARAX, MARK. "Rural Cops Battle Rising Crime in the Cropland." Los Angeles Times, 2 March 1998.

ARCHER, D.; GARTNER, R.; AKERT, R.; and LOCKWOOD, T. "Cities and Homicide: A New Look at an Old Paradox." Comparative Studies in Sociology 1 (1977): 73–95.

BACHMAN, RONET. "Crime in Nonmetropolitan America: A National Accounting of Trends, Incidence Rates, and Idiosyncratic Vulnerabilities." Rural Sociology 57 (1992): 546–560.

CLINARD, MARSHALL B. Sociology of Deviant Behavior. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1974.

COOK, W. L. "Murders in Massachusetts, 1871–1892." American Statistical Association 3 (1893): 1893.

DUBLIN, LOUIS I., and BUNZEL, BESSIE. "Thou Shalt Not Kill." Survey Graphic 24 (1935): 127–139.

FRANKEL, EMIL. "One Thousand Murders." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 29 (1939): 672–688.

FREUDENBERG, WILLIAM R. "The Density of Aquaintanceship: An Overlooked Variable in Community Research." American Journal of Sociology 92 (1986): 27–63.

KOWALSKI, GREGORY, and DUFFIELD, DON. "The Impact of the Rural Population Component on Homicide Rates in the United States: A County-Level Analysis." Rural Sociology 55 (1990): 76–90.

KPOSOWA, AUGUSTINE J., and BREAULT, KEVIN D. "Reassessing the Structural Covariates of Homicide Rates: Are There Any Invariances Across Time and Social Space?" Sociological Focus 26 (1): 27–46.

MOSHER, CLAYTON; PHILLIPS, DRETHA; and ROTOLO, THOMAS. "Don't Forget the Small Places: Exploring Structural Covariates of Homicide Rates Across Cities of Varying Population Size." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, 1999.

PICARD, J. L. "Why Crime Is Increasing." North American Review 140 (1885): 456–463.

"Rural Perfection a Myth." Literary Digest 29 March 1919, pp. 33–34.

SACCO, VINCENT F.; JOHNSON, HOLLY; and ARNOLD, ROBERT. "Urban-Rural Residence and Criminal Victimization." Canadian Journal of Sociology 18 (1993): 431–451.

SAMPSON, ROBERT J. "The Effects of Urbanization and Neighborhood Characteristics on Criminal Victimization." Metropolitan Crime Patterns. Edited by Robert M. Figlio, Simon Hakim, and George E. Rengert. Monsey, N.Y.: Willow Tree Press, 1986. Pages 3–25.

SOROKIN, P. A., and ZIMMERMAN, C. C. Principles of Rural-Urban Sociology. New York: H. Holt and Co., 1931.

SUTHERLAND, EDWIN. Criminology. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1924.

TITTLE, CHARLES. "Influences on Urbanism: A Test of Predictions from Three Perspectives." Social Problems 36 (1989): 270–288.

U.S. Senate Majority Staff Report. "Rising Casualties: Violent Crime and Drugs in Rural America." Washington D.C.: GPO, 1991.

VOLD, GEORGE. "Crime in City and County Areas." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 217 (1941): 38–45.

WEISHEIT, RALPH A., and WELLS, L. EDWARD. "Rural Crime and Justice: Implications for Theory and Research." Crime and Delinquency 42 (1996): 379–390.

WEISHEIT, RALPH A.; FALCONE, DAVID N.; and WELLS, L. EDWARD. Crime and Policing in Rural and Small-Town America. Prospect Heights, Ill.: Waveland Press, 1999.

WIRTH, LOUIS. "Urbanism as a Way of Life." American Journal of Sociology 44 (1938): 3–24.

WOLFGANG, MARVIN E. "Urban Crime." In The Metropolitan Enigma. Edited by J. Q. Wilson. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1968. Pages 245–281.

WRIGHT, JAMES D.; ROSSI, PETER H.; and DALY, KATHLEEN. Under the Gun: Weapons, Crime and Violence in America. New York: Aldine, 1983.

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