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On SAGE Insight: Special Issue on Crimmigration in Europe

Guest Editor: Maartjevan der Woude , Vanessa Barker , and Joannevan der Leun From European Journal of Criminology The current wave of mass migration – the largest and most visible since the Second World War – has thrown the international … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The Fall and Television Noir

From Television and New Media This article analyzes the Belfast-set BBC series The Fall (2013–) as an illustrative example of television noir. It aims to use noir scholarship to investigate The Fall’s complex gender politics and genre position, and, more … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Hate Crime Legislation Shapes Gay and Lesbian Target Groups: An Analysis of Social Construction, Law, and Policy

  From Criminal Justice Policy Review  Analyzing the effectiveness of hate crime laws and assessing their impacts is necessary, yet neglected.  This article is the first to attempt to quantitatively assess the impacts of hate crime laws on included social … Continue reading

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The effects of bullying last long into adulthood

Impact of Bullying in Childhood on Adult Health, Wealth, Crime, and Social Outcomes From Psychological Science It has long been acknowledged that bullying at a young age presents a problem for schools, parents and public policy makers alike. Though children … Continue reading

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Can football (soccer) tournaments trigger domestic abuse?

Can the FIFA World Cup football (soccer) tournament be associated with an increase in domestic abuse? From Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency Soccer continues to evolve as a global business; the English Premier League, for example, involves 337 … Continue reading

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Captured by true crime: Why women are drawn to tales of rape, murder, and serial killers

From Social Psychological and Personality Science Men are more likely to commit crimes and are responsible for 90% of all murders so why are women more drawn to true crime books than men? Researchers reveal that women fear becoming the … Continue reading

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