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245 00 Handbook of quantitative criminology /|cAlex R. Piquero, 
       David Weisburd, editors. 
264  1 New York ;|aLondon :|bSpringer,|c2010. 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 787 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tIntroduction /|rAlex R. Piquero and David Weisburd --
       |gpt. I-A. Descriptive approaches for research and policy 
       : innovative descriptive methods for crime and justice 
       problems --|tCrime mapping : spatial and temporal 
       challenges /|rJerry Ratcliffe --|tLook before you analyze 
       : visualizing data in criminal justce /|rMichael D. Maltz 
       --|tGroup-based trajectory modeling : an overview /
       |rDaniel S. Nagin --|tGeneral growth mixture analysis with
       antecedents and consequences of change /|rHanno Petras and
       Katheryn Masyn --|tSpatial regression models in 
       criminology : modeling social processes in the spatial 
       weights matrix /|rGeorge E. Tita and Steven M. Radil --
       |tMixed method research in criminology : why not go both 
       ways? /|rShadd Maruna --|gpt. I-B. Descriptive approaches 
       for research and policy : new estimation techniques for 
       assessing crime and justice policy --|tEstimating the cost
       of crime /|rMark A. Cohen and Roger Bowles --|tEstimating 
       treatment effects : matching quantification to the 
       question /|rThomas A. Loughran and Edward P. Mulvey --
       |tMeta-analysis /|rDavid B. Wilson --|tSocial network 
       analysis /|rJean Marie McGloin and David S. Kirk --
       |tSystematic social observations in criminology /|rStephen
       D. Mastrofski, Roger B. Parks, and John D. McCluskey --
       |gpt. II. New directions in assessing design, measurement 
       and data quality --|tIdentifying and addressing response 
       errors in self-report surveys /|rJames P. Lynch and Lynn 
       A. Addington --|tMissing data problems in criminological 
       research /|rRobert Brame, Michael G. Turner, and Ray 
       Paternoster --|tThe life event calendar method in 
       criminological research /|rJennifer Roberts and Julie 
       Horney --|tStatistical power /|rChester L. Britt and David
       Weisburd --|tDescriptive validity and transparent 
       reporting in randomised controlled trials /|rAmanda E. 
       Perry --|tMeasurement error in criminal justice data /
       |rJohn Pepper, Carol Petrie, and Sean Sullivan --
       |tStatistical models of life events and criminal behavior 
       /|rD. Wayne Osgood --|gpt. III-A. Estimation of impacts 
       and outcomes of crime and justice : topics in experimental
       methods --|tAn introduction to experimental criminology /
       |rLawrence W. Sherman --|tRandomized block designs /
       |rBarak Ariel and David P. Farrington --|tConstruct 
       validity : the importance of understanding the nature of 
       the intervention under study /|rJohn S. Goldkamp --|tPlace
       randomized trials /|rRobert Boruch, David Weisburd, and 
       Richard Berk --|tLongitudinal-experimental studies /
       |rDavid P. Farrington, Rolf Loeber, and Brandon C. Welsh -
       -|tMultisite trials in criminal justice settings : trials 
       and tribulations of field experiments /|rFaye S. Taxman 
       and Anne Giuranna Rhodes --|gpt. III-B. Estimation of 
       impacts and outcomes of crime and justice : innovation in 
       quasi-experimental design --|tPropensity score matching in
       criminology and criminal justice /|rRobert J. Apel and 
       Gary Sweeten --|tRecent perspectives on the regression 
       discontinuity design /|rRichard Berk --|tTesting theories 
       of criminal decision making : some empirical questions 
       about hypothetical scenarios /|rM. Lynn Exum and Jeffrey 
       A. Bouffard --|tInstrumental variables in criminology and 
       criminal justice /|rShawn D. Bushway and Robert J. Apel --
       |gpt. III-C. Estimation of impacts and outcomes of crime 
       and justice : non-experimental approaches to explaining 
       crime and justice outcomes --|tMultilevel analysis in the 
       study of crime and justice /|rBrian D. Johnson --
       |tLogistic regression models for categorical outcomes 
       variables /|rChester L. Britt and David Weisburd --|tCount
       models in criminology /|rJohn M. MacDonald and Pamela K. 
       Lattimore --|tStatistical analysis of spatial crime data /
       |rWim Bernasco and Henk Elffers --|tAn introduction to 
       statistical learning from a regression perspective /
       |rRichard Berk --|tEstimating effects over time for single
       and multiple units /|rLaura Dugan --|tIndex. 
520    The Handbook of Quantitative Criminology is designed to be
       the authoritative volume on methodological and statistical
       issues in criminology and criminal justice. At a time when
       this field is gaining in sophistication and dealing with 
       ever more complex empirical problems, this volume seeks to
       provide readers with a clear and up to date guide to 
       quantitative criminology. Authored by leading scholars in 
       criminology/criminal justice, the Handbook contains 35 
       chapters on topics in the following key areas: (1) 
       research design, (2) experimental methods, (3) methods for
       overcoming data limitations, (4) innovative descriptive 
       methods, (5) estimation techniques for theory and policy, 
       (6) topics in multiple regression, and (7) new directions 
       in statistical analysis. The contributions are written to 
       be accessible to readers with a basic background in 
       statistics and research methods, but they also provide a 
       cutting edge view of statistical and methodological 
       problems and questions. This book will be the go-to book 
       for new and advanced methods in the field that will 
       provide overviews of the key issues, with examples and 
       figures as warranted, for students, faculty, and 
       researchers alike. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Criminology|xResearch|xMethodology.|0
650  0 Criminal statistics.|0
650 14 Criminology and Criminal Justice. 
650 24 Criminology and Criminal Justice, general. 
650 24 Statistics for Social Science, Behavorial Science, 
       Education, Public Policy, and Law. 
650 24 Methodology of the Social Sciences. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Piquero, Alexis Russell.|0
700 1  Weisburd, David.|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|tHandbook of quantitative criminology.
       |dNew York ; London : Springer, 2010|z9780387776491
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