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Criminology   Tags: crime, criminal, criminology, justice, law  

Recommended resources for research in criminology and criminal justice.
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Criminology on the Web

  • Careers in Sociology by W. Richard Stephens, Jr.
    Wondering what to you can do with your degree? Read this book chapter on criminal justice online. UF Libraries also has a print copy.
  • Corrections Library -- National Institute of Corrections
    Access unpublished materials developed by correctional agencies, including research reports and analyses, program descriptions and evaluations, and staff training materials. The collection also includes journals, newsletters, published books and monographs, video and audio tapes, and reference sources.
  • Death Penalty Information Center
    This non-profit organization provides facts, reports, articles, and other publications on issues concerning capital punishment.
  • Online Books Page (Criminology)
    An index of thousands of online books freely readable on the Internet. Browse lists of books in criminology and related topics.
  • The Innocence Project
    Find stories about wrongful convictions that were overturned by DNA evidence.

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