of Houston) sociologically explores and criminologically
traces the various forms of mortgage fraud and their relation to the growth of the subprime industry.
Nellis (2001), in the context of Probation training, suggests a more criminologically
sophisticated and ethically nuanced vision of what an undergraduate degree entails.
And after his conviction for the murders of Angelika Kluk, Vicky Hamilton and Dinah McNicol, that label is criminologically
2006, Beyond criminalization : Toward a criminologically
informed mental health policy and services research, Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 33, 5, 544-555.
But he deems gun bans to the law abiding, responsible adult populace to be wrong morally, politically and criminologically