SAGE Journal Articles and Readings
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SAGE Journal Articles
Article 1: Vasu, M.L., Moriarty, L.J., & Pelfrey, W.V. (1995). Measuring violent crime in North Carolina utilizing mail and telephone surveys simultaneously: Does method matter? Criminal Justice Review, 20 (1), 34-43.
Learning objective: identify how crime is measured in the United States.
Encyclopedia and Reference
Learning objective: summarize the nature and extent of violent, property, and white-collar crime in the United States.
Learning objecitve: summarize the nature and extent of violent, property, and white-collar crime in the United States.
Encyclopedia 2: Matsueda, R. (2010). Sutherland, Edwin H.: Differential Association Theory and Differential Social Organization. In F. Cullen, & P. Wilcox (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminoloical Theory. (pp. 899-907).
Learning objective: review the advantages and disadvantages of each source of national crime data used to measure crime in the United States.