The Crime Conundrum: Essays on Criminal Justice

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1.
This paper was originally prepared for presentation in Prague, the Czech Republic, May 13,1996.
2.
Joachim J. Savelsberg, "Crime, Inequality, and Justice in Eastern Europe: Anomie, Domination, and Revolutionary Change", in John Hagan and Ruth D. Peterson , eds., Crime and Inequality ( Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1995), pp. 206-24.
3.
James S. Coleman, Foundations of Social Theory ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1990).
4.
John Hagan, Crime and Disrepute ( Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Pine Forge Press, 1994), pp. 59-99.
5.
Robert J. Sampson, "Family Management and Child Development: Insights from Social Disorganization Theory", in Joan McCord, Advances in Criminological Theory, Vol. 3, 1992, pp. 63-93; Hagan, Crime and Disrepute, pp. 59-99.
6.
But see Savelsberg, "Crime, Inequality, and Justice", pp. 206-24.
7.
Jiri Kabele, "Ceskoslovensko na ceste od kapitalismu ke kapitalismu: Pokus o participativni sociologii", in Sociologicky Casopis, Vol. 28, No. 1, 1992, pp. 4-21 ("Czechoslovakia on the Journey from Capitalism to Capitalism: An Attempt at Participative Sociology").
8.
Martin Myant, Transforming Socialist Economies: The Case of Poland and Czechoslovakia ( Brookfield, Vt.: Edward Elgar Publishing Co., 1993), p. 11.
9.
Kabele, "Ceskoslovensko", pp. 4-21.
10.
Ivan Szelenyi, "Eastern Europe in an Epoch of Transition: Toward a Socialist Mixed Economy"? in Victor Nee, David Stark, and Mark Selden, eds., Remaking the Economic Institutions of Socialism: China and Eastern Europe ( Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1989), pp. 208-09; see also David Stark, "Rethinking Internal Labor Markets: New Insights from a Comparative Perspective", in American Sociological Review, Vol. 51, No. 4, August 1986, pp. 492-504.
11.
Martin Myant, The Czechoslovak Economy 1948-1988: The Battle for Economic Reform ( New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989), pp. 1-3.
12.
Szelenyi, "Eastern Europe", pp. 208-32.
13.
John R. Haberstroh, "Eastern Europe: Growing Energy Problems", in East European Economies Post-Helsinki ( Washington, D.C.: Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, 1977), pp. 379-95; see also John N. Stevens, "Czechoslovakia at the Crossroads: The Economic Dilemmas of Communism in Postwar Czechoslovakia", in East European Monographs, No. 186 ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1985), pp. 251-70.
14.
Myant, Transforming Socialist Economies, p. 11; Stevens, "Czechoslovakia at the Crossroads", pp. 251-70.
15.
Joan Parpart Zoeter, "Eastern Europe: The Growing Hard Currency Debt", in East European Economies Post-Helsinki, pp. 1350-68; Stevens, "Czechoslovakia at the Crossroads", pp. 274-85.
16.
Szelenyi, "Eastern Europe", pp. 208-32.

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