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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IT'S THE BUDGET, STUPID: A POLICY ANALYSIS OF CLINTON'S FIRST BUDGET - James Max Fendrich, Jamie Miller, Tim Nickel
  • STATE WELFARE REFORMS: TYPOLOGY AND ANALYSIS - Malinda B. Orlin
  • NEW OPPORTUNITIES, NEW RESPONSIBILITIES: WELFARE REFORM IN WYOMING - Mark W. Lusk, Joseph D. Nies
  • HOW TO HELP THE WORKING POOR DEVELOP ASSETS - John R. Belcher
  • ASSETS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AMONG POOR HOUSEHOLDS IN EXTREME POVERTY NEIGHBORHOODS - Cathleen M. Finn, Paz M-B. Zorita, Claudia Coulton
  • ROOMS FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN: SOCIAL DESIGN AND SOCIAL DEVIANCE - Bruce A. Arrigo
  • SYMBOLIC VIOLENCE AND SOCIAL CONTROL IN THE POST-TOTAL INSTITUTION ERA - John W. Murphy, John T. Pardeck, Woo Sik Chung, Jung Min Choi
  • DEFINING SUCCESS: THE POLITICS OF EVALUATION IN ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAMS - James L. Wolk, David J. Hartmann, William P. Sullivan
  • ANALYZING ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES: FEMINIST AND LABOR ELEMENTS THROUGH AN ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE PERSPECTIVE - Joan L. Arches, Paula Schneider

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Community Disorders and Policing. Tony Marshall. Reviewed by William G. Archambeault, Louisiana State University.
  • Gangs: The Origins and Impact of Contemporary Youth Gangs in the United States. Scott Cummings and Daniel J. Monti. Reviewed by James W. Callicut, The University of Texas at Arlington.
  • Policy and Society. Roy R. Roberg and Jack Kuykendall. Reviewed by Margaret M. Severson, Louisiana State University.
  • Crime and Punishment in American History. Lawrence M. Friedman. Reviewed by James Midgley, Louisiana State University
  • Forensic Social Work: Legal Aspects of Professional Practice. Robert L. Baker and Douglas M. Branson. Reviewed by Margaret M. Severson, Louisiana State University.
  • New Foundations for Scientific Social and Behavioral Research: The Heuristic Paradigm. Katherine Tyson. Reviewed by Gary Mathews, Western Michigan University.

BOOK NOTES

  • Discretion in Criminal Justice: The Tension between Individualization and Uniformity. Lloyd E. Ohlin and Frank J. Remmington.
  • Theories of Deviance. Stuart H. Traub and Craig B. Little.
  • Inequality, Crime and Control. George S. Bridges and Martha Myers.
  • Wheeling and Dealing: An Ethnography of an Upper-level Drug Dealing and Smuggling Community. Patricia A. Adler.
  • Women, Violence and Crime Prevention. Jalna Hanmer and Sheila Saunders.
  • The Rise and Fall of California's Radical Prison Movement. Eric Cummins.
  • Confronting Drug Policy: Illicit Drugs in a Free Society. Ronald Bayer and Gerald M. Oppenheimer.
  • Contructionist Controversies. Gale Miller and James A. Holstein.

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