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On SAGE Insight: Big Data Methods and the Potential for Impacting Organizational Science

Article title: Big Data Methods – Leveraging Modern Data Analytic Techniques to Build Organizational Science From Organizational Research Methods As quantitatively minded scientist-practitioners, organizational scientists are ideally situated to help drive the questions and analytics behind the big data phenomenon. … Continue reading

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Interpersonal conflict is the strongest predictor of community crime and misconduct

Special Issue: Reimagining Broken Windows: From Theory to Policy Guest editors: Brandon C. Welsh, Anthony A. Braga and Gerben J. N. Bruinsma From Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency Neighborhoods with more interpersonal conflict, such as domestic violence and … Continue reading

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How women engage homegrown terrorism

From Feminist Criminology   This study aims to triangulate theories of gender and ideology, criminology, and sociology to analyze the phenomenon of women engaged in U.S. homegrown terrorism and extremist violence. It creates an empirical framework of analysis for approaching the … Continue reading

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Women in prison: An issue of blaming the individual for social problems

Experiences of interpersonal violence and criminal legal control: a mixed method analysis From SAGE Open Researchers have long claimed that physical abuse and marginalization lead to criminal activity; however, women in prison are taught to overlook socioeconomic issues and blame … Continue reading

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