This annotated bibliography of research citations covers the topic of race and crime in the United States from 1950-1999. This work includes research on all racial groups, including whites and American Indians. Annotations are divided into categories such as works on individual racial groups and multi-racial groups. Includes edited collections, government reports, and electronic resources. This bibliography is designed to assist researchers in the area of criminology and criminal justice in race-related topics.
This annotated bibliography offers more than 500 citations to literature on the relationship between race and crime. It offers crime research on all racial groups, including whites and American Indians, Hispanics, Blacks, and Asian Americans. It covers the span from the civil rights era to the end of the 20th century. Annotations are derived from various disciplines including criminology, sociology, anthropology, psychology, law, and history. The Bibliography is divided into three parts: individual and race-related research; multi-racial research; and electronic resources, which provide access to all aspects of current data on race and crime.
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 478 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 15 mm
Edition: Annotated edition
"This well-executed work should be acquired by research collections dealing with crime and race."-ARBA
?This well-executed work should be acquired by research collections dealing with crime and race.?-ARBA
?This annotated bibliography is ideally suited for faculty, graduate students, and upper-division undergraduates who wish to jump start their research on race and crime in the US....For larger academic libraries supporting criminal justice sociology, law, political science, journalism, or diversity specializations.?-Choice
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