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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Criminology.SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

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CM: Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children: Sustained Impact of Treatment 6 and 12 Months Later

Author Anthony Mannarino discusses his article, "Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children: Sustained Impact of Treatment 6 and 12 Months Later."

12mins

26 Dec 2012

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VAW: The Effects of Male Attractiveness and Sexual Attitudes on Women's Risk Perception

Author Jenny Rinehart discusses her article, "The Effects of Male Attractiveness and Sexual Attitudes on Women's Risk Perception."

9mins

25 Jul 2012

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JCHC: Recidivism Rates Among Mentally Ill Inmates: Impact of the Connecticut Offender Reentry Program

Authors Dr. Robert Trestan and Karen Kesten discuss their article, "Recidivism Rates Among Mentally Ill Inmates: Impact of the Connecticut Offender Reentry Program"

16mins

10 Apr 2012

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CJB: Integrated Primary and Behavioral Health Care in Patient-Centered Medical Homes for Jail Releasees With Mental Illness

Author Mary Held discusses her article, "Integrated Primary and Behavioral Health Care in Patient-Centered Medical Homes for Jail Releasees With Mental Illness."

14mins

3 May 2012

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CJB: Adolescent Substance Use and Aggression: A Review

Author Neal Doran discusses his article, "Adolescent Substance Use and Aggression: A Review."

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10 Jul 2012

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CJB: The Relationship Between Matching Service to Criminogenic Need and Recidivism in Male and Female Youth: Examining the RNR Principles in Practice

Author Michele Peterson-Badali discusses her article, "The Relationship Between Matching Service to Criminogenic Need and Recidivism in Male and Female Youth: Examining the RNR Principles in Practice."

12mins

24 Aug 2012

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CJB: Reliability, Validity, and Predictive Utility of the 25-item Criminogenic Cognitions Scale (CCS)

Author June Tangney discusses her article, "Reliability, Validity, and Predictive Utility of the 25-item Criminogenic Cognitions Scale (CCS)."

7mins

23 Oct 2012

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TPJ: Jails in the United States: The “Old-New” Frontier in American Corrections

Art Lurigio and Hank Steadman discuss the upcoming special issue for The Prison Journal, published January 2016. Art guest edited the issue and Hank is one of the featured authors. tpj.sagepub.com

15mins

28 Oct 2015

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CJB: The Violent Crime Linkage Analysis System: A Test of Interrater Reliability

Author Kirk Luther discusses his article, The Violent Crime Linkage Analysis System: A Test of Interrater Reliability.

9mins

10 May 2012

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CJB: Preliminary Outcomes of a Pre-Adjudication Diversion Initiative for Juvenile Justice Involved Youth with Mental Health Needs In Texas

Author Dr. Erin Espinosa discusses her article, "Preliminary Outcomes of a Pre-Adjudication Diversion Initiative for Juvenile Justice Involved Youth with Mental Health Needs In Texas"

20 Apr 2012

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VAW: Sex Offender Risk Assessment: The Need to Place Recidivism Research in the Context of Attrition in the Criminal Justice System

Author Wendy Larcombe discusses her article, "Sex Offender Risk Assessment: The Need to Place Recidivism Research in the Context of Attrition in the Criminal Justice System."

18mins

6 Sep 2012

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CM: Intergenerational Continuity of Child Abuse Among Adolescent Mothers: Authoritarian Parenting, Community Violence, and Race

Author Kristin Valentino discusses her article, "Intergenerational Continuity of Child Abuse Among Adolescent Mothers: Authoritarian Parenting, Community Violence, and Race."

13mins

29 Aug 2012

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CJB: More Alike Than Different: Assortative Mating and Antisocial Propensity in Adulthood

Author Brian Boutwell discusses his article, "More Alike Than Different: Assortative Mating and Antisocial Propensity in Adulthood."

11mins

7 Sep 2012

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CM: Cumulative Childhood Maltreatment and Depression Among Incarcerated Youth: Impulsivity and Hopelessness as Potential Intervening Variables

Author Sonya Wanklyn discusses her article, co-authored with David M. Day, Trevor A. Hart, and Todd A. Girard, "Cumulative Childhood Maltreatment and Depression Among Incarcerated Youth: Impulsivity and Hopelessness as Potential Intervening Variables".

11mins

13 May 2013

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SAX: A Test of Two Typologies of Sexual Homicide

Author Lindsay Sewall discusses her article from the February 2013 issue, "A Test of Two Typologies of Sexual Homicide."

14mins

22 Mar 2013

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FC: Meaning-Making and Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy: An Examination of Feminist Identities, Ideologies, and Practices

Author Andrea Nichols discusses her article, "Meaning-Making and Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy: An Examination of Feminist Identities, Ideologies, and Practices" which was published in the July 2013 issue of Feminist Criminology and was awarded the journal's 2013 Best Article of the Year Award. Abstract: Early domestic violence victim advocacy included survivor-defined, intersectional, and social change practices rooted in feminism. Yet, research specifically examining the ways that advocates identify with and make meaning of feminism, and the relationship of such meanings to advocates’ practices, is limited. Drawing from interviews with 26 domestic violence victim advocates, the interaction between feminist identity, ideology, and practices is examined. Findings indicated that advocates with feminist identities and ideologies held survivor-defined, social change, and intersectional approaches to advocacy. Nonfeminist advocates practiced survivor-defined advocacy, but did not maintain social change or intersectional practices. Implications for advocacy are provided. Read the article here.

7mins

5 Dec 2014

Rank #16

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SAJRT: Paraphilic Interests

Dr. James Cantor, your host and Editor of Sexual Absue: A Journal of Research and Treatment (SAJRT), interviews Dr. Martin Lalumière and Dr. Qazi Rahman in this new SAJRT podcast on the study of paraphilic interests. His first guest, Dr. Lalumière, is senior author of a new SAJRT study coauthored by Samantha Dawson and Brittany Bannerman, entitled, "Paraphilic Interests: An Examination of Sex Differences in a Nonclinical Sample."  (Available OnlineFirst, here.) Later in the podcast, Dr. Cantor is joined by Dr. Rahman, senior lecturer in the Institute of Psychiatry at Kings College London and a lead researcher in development of sexual interests, including paraphilia and notably, the biological basis of sexual orientation. Posted August 28, 2014.

21mins

28 Aug 2014

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VAW: Portrayal of Women as Intimate Partner Domestic Violence Perpetrators

Author Marianne Hester discusses her article, "Portrayal of Women as Intimate Partner Domestic Violence Perpetrators."

17mins

18 Dec 2012

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VAW: The Complexity of Victim-Questioning Attitudes by Rape Victim Advocates: Exploring Some Gray Areas

Author Shana Maier discusses her article from the December 2012 issue, "The Complexity of Victim-Questioning Attitudes by Rape Victim Advocates: Exploring Some Gray Areas."

11mins

22 Mar 2013

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CJPR: Fox in the Henhouse: A Study of Police Officers Arrested for Crimes Associated With Domestic and/or Family Violence

Authors Philip M Stinson and John Liederbach discuss their article, "Fox in the Henhouse: A Study of Police Officers Arrested for Crimes Associated With Domestic and/or Family Violence."

29 Aug 2012

Rank #20