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Criminal Careers - Bibliography

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BARNETT, ARNOLD; BLUMSTEIN, ALFRED; and FARRINGTON, DAVID P. "Probabilistic Models of Youthful Criminal Careers." Criminology 25 (1987): 83–108.

BARNETT, ARNOLD, and LOFASO, ANTHONY J. "Selective Incapacitation and the Philadelphia Cohort Data." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 1 (1985): 3–36.

BARTUSCH, DAWN R. JEGLUM; LYNAM, DONALD R.; MOFFITT, TERRIE E.; and SILVA, PHIL A. "Is Age Important? Testing a General versus a Developmental Theory of Antisocial Behavior." Criminology 35 (1997): 13–48.

BLUMSTEIN, ALFRED; FARRINGTON, DAVID P.; and MOITRA, SOUMYO D. "Delinquency Careers: Innocents, Desisters, and Persisters." In Crime and Justice, Volume 6. Edited by Michael Tonry and Norval Morris. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985.

BLUMSTEIN, ALFRED; COHEN, JACQUELINE; ROTH, JEFFREY A.; and VISHER, CHRISTY A., eds. Criminal Careers and "Career Criminals," Volume 1. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1986.

BLUMSTEIN, ALFRED; COHEN, JACQUELINE; and FARRINGTON, DAVID P. "Criminal Career Research: Its Value for Criminology." Criminology 26 (1988a): 1–35.

——. "Longitudinal and Criminal Career Research: Further Clarifications." Criminology 26 (1988b): 57–74.

COHEN, LAWRENCE E., and VILA, BRYAN J. "Self-Control and Social-Control: An Exposition of the Gottfredson-Hirschi/Sampson-Laub Debate." Studies on Crime and Crime Prevention 5 (1996): 125–150.

D'UNGER, AMY V.; LAND, KENNETH C.; MCCALL, PATRICIA L.; and NAGIN, DANIEL S. "How Many Latent Classes of Delinquent/Criminal Careers? Results from Mixed Poisson Regression Analyses." American Journal of Sociology 103 (1998): 1593–1630.

GLUECK, SHELDON, and GLUECK, ELEANOR. 500 Criminal Careers. New York: Knopf, 1930.

——. One Thousand Juvenile Delinquents. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1934.

——. Later Criminal Careers. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1937.

——. Unraveling Juvenile Delinquency. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1950.

GOTTFREDSON, MICHAEL, and HIRSCHI, TRAVIS. "Science, Public Policy, and the Career Paradigm." Criminology 36 (1988): 37–55.

——. A General Theory of Crime. Palo Alto, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1990.

GREENBERG, DAVID F. "Modeling Criminal Careers." Criminology 30 (1991): 149–155.

LAND, KENNETH C. "Models of Criminal Careers: Some Suggestions for Moving Beyond the Current Debate." Criminology 30 (1992): 149–155.

LAND, KENNETH C.; MCCALL, PATRICIA L.; and NAGIN, DANIEL S. "A Comparison of Poisson, Negative Binomial, and Semiparametric Mixed Poisson Regression Models with Empirical Applications to Criminal Careers Research." Sociological Methods and Research 24 (1996): 387–442.

LAND, KENNETH C., and NAGIN, DANIEL S. "Micromodels of Criminal Careers: A Synthesis of the Criminal Careers and Life Course Approaches via Semiparametric Mixed Poisson Regression Models, with Empirical Models." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 12 (1996): 163–191.

LAUB, JOHN H.; NAGIN, DANIEL S.; and SAMPSON, ROBERT J. "Trajectories of Change in Criminal Offending: Good Marriages and the Desistance Process." American Sociological Review 63 (1998): 225–238.

LOEBER, ROLF, and LEBLANC, MARC. "Toward a Developmental Criminology." In Crime and Justice, Volume 12. Edited by Michael Tonry and Norval Morris. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990.

LOEBER, ROLF, and SNYDER, HOWARD N. "Rate of Offending in Juvenile Careers: Findings of Constancy and Change in Lambda." Criminology 28 (1990): 97–109.

LOEBER, ROLF, and STOUTHAMER-LOEBER, MAGDA. "The Development of Offending." Criminal Justice and Behavior 23 (1996): 12–24.

LOEBER, ROLF; STOUTHAMER-LOEBER, MAGDA; VAN KAMMEN, W.; and FARRINGTON, DAVID P. "Development of a New Measure for Self-Reported Antisocial Behavior for Young Children." In Cross-National Research in Self-Reported Crime and Delinquency. Edited by Malcolm Klein. Boston, Mass.: Kluwer-Nijhoff, 1989.

MCDERMOTT, SHAUN, and NAGIN, DANIEL. "Same or Different? Comparing Offender Groups and Covariates Over Time." In Handbook of Law and Social Science: Youth and Justice. Edited by S. O. White. New York: Plenum Press, 1998.

MOFFITT, TERRIE E. "'Life-Course-Persistent' and 'Adolescent-Limited' Antisocial Behavior: A Developmental Taxonomy." Psychological Review 100 (1993): 674–701.

——. "Adolescence-Limited and Life-Course Persistent Offending: A Complementary Pair of Developmental Theories." In Developmental Theories of Crime and Delinquency: Advances in Criminological Theory, Volume 7. Edited by Terence P. Thornberry. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1997a.

——. "Neuropsychology, Antisocial Behavior, and Neighborhood Context." In Violence and Childhood in the Inner City. Edited by Joan McCord. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 1997b.

NAGIN, DANIEL S., and FARRINGTON, DAVID P. "The Onset and Persistence of Offending." Criminology 30 (1992a): 501–523.

——. "The Stability of Criminal Potential From Childhood to Adulthood." Criminology 30 (1992b): 235–260.

NAGIN, DANIEL S.; FARRINGTON, DAVID P.; and MOFFITT, TERRIE E. "Life-Course Trajectories of Different Types of Offenders." Criminology 33 (1995): 111–140.

NAGIN, DANIEL S., and LAND, KENNETH C. "Age, Criminal Careers, and Population Heterogeneity: Specification and Estimation of a Nonparametric, Mixed Poisson Model." Criminology 31 (1993): 327–362.

NAGIN, DANIEL S., and PATERNOSTER, RAYMOND. "On the Relationship of Past to Future Delinquency." Criminology 29 (1991): 163–189.

OSGOOD, D. WAYNE, and ROWE, DAVID C. "Bridging Criminal Careers, Theory, and Policy Through Latent Variable Models of Individual Offending." Criminology 32 (1994): 517–554.

PATERNOSTER, RAYMOND, and BRAME, ROBERT. "Multiple Routes to Delinquency? A Test of Developmental and General Theories of Crime." Criminology 35 (1997): 49–84.

ROWE, DAVID C.; OSGOOD, D. WAYNE; and NICEWANDER, W. ALAN. "A Latent Trait Approach to Unifying Criminal Careers." Criminology 28 (1990): 237–270.

SAMPSON, ROBERT J., and LAUB, JOHN H. Crime in the Making: Pathways and Turning Points Through Life. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1993.

SHANNON, LYLE W. Criminal Career Continuity: Its Social Context. New York: Human Sciences Press, 1988.

——. Changing Patterns of Delinquency and Crime: A Longitudinal Study in Racine. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1991.

SIMONS, RONALD L.; JOHNSON, CHRISTINE; CONGER, RAND D.; and ELDER, GLEN, JR. "A Test of Latent Trait versus Life-Course Perspectives on the Stability of Adolescent Antisocial Behavior." Criminology 36 (1998): 217–244.

TRACY, PAUL E., and KEMPF-LEONARD, KIMBERLY. Continuity and Discontinuity in Criminal Careers. New York: Plenum, 1996.

TRACY, PAUL E.; WOLFGANG, MARVIN E.; and FIGLIO, ROBERT M. Delinquency in Two Birth Cohorts. New York: Plenum, 1990.

VISHER, CHRISTY A., and ROTH, JEFFREY A. "Participation in Criminal Careers." In Criminal Careers and "Career Criminals." Volume 1. Edited by Alfred Blumstein, Jacqueline Cohen, Jeffrey A. Roth, and Christy A. Visher. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1986.

WARR, MARK. "Life-Course Transitions and Desistance From Crime." Criminology 36 (1998): 183–216.

WEST, DONALD J., and FARRINGTON, DAVID P. Who Becomes Delinquent? London: Heinemann, 1973.

——. The Delinquent Way of Life. London: Heinemann, 1977.

WOLFGANG, MARVIN E.; FIGLIO, ROBERT M.; and SELLIN, THORSTEN. Delinquency in a Birth Cohort. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1972.

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