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Evaluation: December 2014

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Journal articles

  • A note on using vignettes in socio-legal research / Philip Leith
    Web journal of current legal issues 19(3) 2013:
  • Environmental interventions to reduce fear of crime : systematic review of effectiveness / Theo Lorenc, Mark Petticrew, Margaret Whitehead, David Neary, Stephen Clayton, Kath Wright, Hilary Thomson, Steven Cummins, Amanda Sowden and Adrian Renton
    Systematic reviews 2(30) 2013: 1-10
  • Information gathering : practical concerns / Majeed Khader
    Applied cognitive psychology vol. 28 2014: 947-948
  • 'More than a game' : the impact of sport-based youth mentoring schemes developing resilience toward violent extremism / Amelia Johns, Michele Grossman and Kevin McDonald
    Social inclusion 2(2) 2014: 57-70
  • Quality assurance in crime scripting / Herve Borrion
    Crime science 2(6) 2013: 1-12
  • Sensing the public's reaction to crime news using the 'links correspondence method' / Thomas J Lampoltshammer, Ourania Kounadi, Izabela Sitko and Bartosz Hawelka
    Applied geography vol. 52 2014: 57-66
  • Social movements and mass incarceration : what is to be done? / Dan Berger
    Souls 15(1/3) Jan/Jun 2013: 3-18
  • The Grande Prairie Pact Program evaluation : discrepancy between model evaluation practice and constrained real world evaluation of crime prevention in small communities / Crystal Hincks, Anne Miller and Monica Pauls
    International journal of child, youth and family studies vol. 1 2013: 136-146
  • The who, what, and why human intelligence gathering : self-reported measures of interrogation methods / Allison D Redlich, Christopher E Kelly and Jeanee C Miller
    Applied cognitive psychology vol. 28 2014: 817-828
  • Towards more systematic Twitter analysis : metrics for tweeting activities / Axel Bruns and Stefan Stieglitz
    International journal of social research methodology 16(2) 2013: 91-108