Policy Relevance and the Future of Criminology—The American Society of Criminology, 1990 Presidential Address
This is the American Society of Criminology’s fiftieth year as a professional organization. In this signal year, I think it is appropriate to take stock of how far we have come and where we would like to go as an organization—and as a discipline.
KeywordsCriminal Justice Criminal Justice System Policy Relevance White Collar Crime Academic Status
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