2010

Handbook of Quantitative Criminology

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ISBN: 978-0-387-77649-1 (Print) 978-0-387-77650-7 (Online)

Table of contents (35 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

  2. Descriptive Approaches for Research and Policy: Innovative Descriptive Methods for Crime and Justice Problems

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      Introduction

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      Pages 5-24

      Crime Mapping: Spatial and Temporal Challenges

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      Pages 25-52

      Look Before You Analyze: Visualizing Data in Criminal Justice

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      Pages 53-67

      Group-Based Trajectory Modeling: An Overview

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      Pages 69-100

      General Growth Mixture Analysis with Antecedents and Consequences of Change

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      Pages 101-121

      Spatial Regression Models in Criminology: Modeling Social Processes in the Spatial Weights Matrix

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      Pages 123-140

      Mixed Method Research in Criminology: Why Not Go Both Ways?

  3. Descriptive Approaches for Research and Policy: New Estimation Techniques for Assessing Crime and Justice Policy

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      Pages 143-143

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      Pages 143-162

      Estimating Costs of Crime

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      Pages 163-180

      Estimating Treatment Effects: Matching Quantification to the Question

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      Pages 181-208

      Meta-analysis

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      Pages 209-224

      Social Network Analysis

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      Pages 225-247

      Systematic Social Observation in Criminology

  4. New Directions in Assessing Design, Measurement and Data Quality

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      Pages 250-250

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      Pages 251-272

      Identifying and Addressing Response Errors in Self-Report Surveys

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      Pages 273-288

      Missing Data Problems in Criminological Research

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      Pages 289-312

      The Life Event Calendar Method in Criminological Research

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      Pages 313-332

      Statistical Power

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      Pages 333-352

      Descriptive Validity and Transparent Reporting in Randomised Controlled Trials

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      Pages 353-374

      Measurement Error in Criminal Justice Data

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      Pages 375-396

      Statistical Models of Life Events and Criminal Behavior

  5. Estimation of Impacts and Outcomes of Crime and Justice: Topics in Experimental Methods

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      Pages 398-398

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      Pages 399-436

      An Introduction to Experimental Criminology

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