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"California's New Statute to Compensate Victims of Crime," (with Herbert Edelhertz), San Diego Law Review, 11 (1974), 880 905.

"A Halfway House is Not a Home: Notes on the Failure of a Narcotic Rehabilitation Project," Drug Forum, 4 (1974), 7 13.

"The Use of Ex Addicts in a Rehabilitative and Educational Program," (with John G. Munns and Bruce Bullington), in Sociological Aspects of Drug Dependence. Edited by Charles Winick. Cleveland: CRC Press, 1974, 239 252.


"Victimization Patterns in White Collar Crime," in Victimology: A New Focus. Edited by Israel Drapkin and Emilio Viano. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1975, Vol. V, 89 105.

"Compensating Victims of Crime," Tennessee Bar Journal, 11 (February 1975), 24 27.

"Victims of Crimes of Violence and the Criminal Justice System," in Violence and Criminal Justice. Edited by Duncan Chappell and John Monahan. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1975, 61 74. Reprinted: Perspectives on Crime Victims. Edited by Burt Galaway and Joe Hudson. St. Louis: Mosby, 1981, 62 71.

"Therapists or Helpers?: Notes on a Youth Type Free Clinic," (with Michael W. Agopian and Robert W. Dellinger), Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 2 (Summer 1975), 499 507.

Planning Correctional Reform: An Assessment of the American Bar Association's BASICS Program, (with C. Ronald Huff and Ross F. Conner). Washington, DC: American Bar Association, 1975. 282 pages.

"Program Descriptions in Criminal Justice Research," in Criminal Justice Research. Edited by Emilio Viano. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1975, 87 95.

"Attorneys as Friends Out of Court: An Examination of the Santa Clara County Volunteers in Parole Program," (with Steven J. Simmons, John Monahan, Duff Zwald, and Howard Bidna), Santa Clara Law Review, 15 (Summer 1975), 817 854. Reprinted in part as "A Look at the Santa Clara Volunteers in Parole Program," in California Youth Authority Quarterly, 28 (Fall 1975), 14 22.


"Social Ecology of Violence," (with John Monahan), in Moral Development and Behavior: Theory, Research, and Social Issues. Edited by Thomas Lickona. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1976, 342 356.

"Controlling 'Dangerous' People," (with John Monahan), Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 423 (January 1976), 142 151.

"Compensation to Victims of Violent Crime," in Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice: Some Problems and Suggested Reforms. Edited by Rudolph J. Gerber. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1976, 94 115.

"Foreword," in Daniel Katkin, Drew Hyman, and John Kramer, Juvenile Delinquency and the Juvenile Justice System. No. Scituate, MA: Duxbury, 1976, vii xii.

"Reflections on Social Problems Theory," Society for the Study of Social Problems, Social Problems Theory Division Newsletter, 5 (Winter 1976), 11 13.

"Compensating Good Samaritans," (with Ted Huston and Richard Wright), Crime Prevention Review, 3 (April 1976), 28 35; Reprinted in Criminal Justice: Allies and Adversaries. Edited by John R. Snortum and Ilana Hader. Pacific Palisades, CA: Pacific Publishers, 1978, 285 292.

"The Angry Samaritans," (with Ted L. Huston and Richard Wright), Psychology Today, 10 (June 1976), 61 64; Reprinted in Readings in Social Psychology 77/78. Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1977, 102 105.

"Good Samaritans as Crime Victims," (with Ted L. Huston, Richard Wright, and Thomas Garrett), Victimology: International Journal, 1 (Summer 1976), 284 294. Reprinted in Victims and Society. Edited by Emilio C. Viano. Washington, DC: Visage Press, 1976, 518 528.

"Assessing the Needs of Crime Victims," in U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., Crime Victim Compensation, 1976, 430-433.

"Reported Consequences of Decriminalization of Consensual Adult Homosexuality in Seven American States," (with Richard Wright, Thomas Garrett, and Paul R. Wilson), Journal of Homosexuality, 1 (Summer 1976), 419 426. Reprinted in Justice and Corrections. Edited by Norman Johnston and Leonard D. Savitz. New York: John Wiley, 1978, 433 438.

"Crime Victims and Victim Compensation," in Criminal Justice and the Victim. Edited by William F. McDonald. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1976, 237 259.

"Revisting Sutherland's Criminology (1924)," Criminology, 14 (November 1976), 303 306.

"Defrauding the Elderly," in Crimes and the Elderly. Edited by Jack Goldsmith and Sharon S. Goldsmith. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1976, 7 19.

"Changes in Hospital Care for Rape Victims," (with Duncan Chappell and Fay G. Cohen), Journal of Emergency Nursing, 2 (November December 1976), 19 23.
"Severe Terms for the Victimization of Elderly Persons." Prosecutor's Brief, 2 (December 1976), 6. Reprinted: Forgotten Victims: An Advocate's Anthology. Edited by George Nicholson, Thomas W. Condit, and Stuart Greenbaum. Sacramento: California District Attorneys Association, 1977, 150 151.

(Editor) White Collar Crime: Offenses in Business, Politics, and the Professions, (with Robert F. Meier). Revised edition. New York: Free Press, 1977. 356 pages.

"Restitution by Criminal Offenders," in Restitution in Criminal Justice: A Critical Assessment of Sanctions. Edited by Joe Hudson and Burt Galaway. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath, 1977, 206 213.

"The Criminal Justice System without Victimless Crimes," in Readings in Social Problems: Contemporary Perspectives. Edited by Peter Wickman. New York: Harper & Row, 1977, 212 217. Reprinted: Readings in Criminology. Edited by Peter Wickman and Phillip Whitten. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1978, 272 276.

"Foreword," in Bruce Bullington, Heroin Use in the Barrio. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1977, ix xii.

"Anonymity in Rape Cases," (with Robley Geis), Justice of the Peace, 41 (May 21, 1977), 293 294.

(Editor). Forcible Rape: The Crime, the Victim, and the Offender, (with Duncan Chappell and Robley Geis). New York: Columbia University Press, 1977. 393 pages.

"Forcible Rape: An Introduction," in Forcible Rape, 1977, op,cit., 1 44.

"White Collar Crime," in Crime and Justice in America. Del Mar, CA.: Publisher's Inc., 1977, 4 6. Reprinted: Law Enforcement Journal, 8 (1978), 132; Crime and Society. Edited by Traudl Hoops and Wiklef Hoops. Stuttgart: Ernst Klett Verlag, 1981, 17 20.

"The Terrible Indignity: Crimes Against the Elderly," in Justice and Older Americans. Edited by Marlene A. Young Rifai. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1977, 7 11.

"Is Criminology a Policy Science?" (with Robert F. Meier), Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 4 (November 1977), 1273 1283.


"Illicit Use of Central Nervous System Stimulants in Sweden," Journal of Drug Issues, 8 (Spring 1978), 189 197. Reprinted: Criminal Justice and Drugs: The Unresolved Connection. Edited by James C. Weissman and Robert L. DuPont. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat, 1982, 122 132.

"Rape in Marriage: Law and Law Reform in England, the United States, and Sweden," Adelaide Law Review, 6 (June 1978), 284 302.

"Lord Hale, Witches, and Rape," British Journal of Law and Society, 5 (Summer 1978), 26 44; Reprinted: Witchcraft in England. Edited by Brian P. Levack. New York: Garland, 1992, 48-66.

"White Collar Crime: Losses Warrant Greater Attention, Prosecutor's Brief, 4 (July August 1978), 10 12. Reprinted: U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Crime, 95th Cong., 2nd Sess., White Collar Crime, 1979, 21 25.

"Looking Backward and Forward: Criminologists on Criminology as a Career," (with Robert F. Meier), Criminology, 16 (August 1978), 273 288. Reprinted: Criminology, New Concerns: Essays in Honor of Hans W. Mattick. Edited by Edward Sagarin. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1979, 173 188.

"Police Surgeons and Rape: A Questionnaire Survey," (with Robley Geis and Richard Wright), The Police Surgeon, 14 (October 1978), 7 14. Reprinted as "Police Officer or Doctor?: Police Surgeons' Attitudes and Opinions About Rape," in Perspectives on Rape and Sexual Assault. Edited by June Hopkins. London: Harper & Row, 1984, 56 66.

"The Case of Rape: Legal Restrictions on Media Coverage of Deviance in England and America," Deviance and Mass Media. Edited by Charles Winick. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1978, 153 177.

"Rape Reform: An Appreciative Critical Review," (with Robley Geis), Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 6 (1978), 301 312.


"The White Collar Offender," (with Robert F. Meier), in Psychology of Crime and Criminal Justice. Edited by Hans Toch. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979, 427 443. Reprinted: Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, 1986.

"Preface to the Schocken Edition," in Gilbert Geis, Not the Law's Business. New York: Schocken Books, 1979, iii vii.

(Editor). "Criminal Justice: Progress and Prospects," (with Arnold Binder), American Behavioral Scientist, 22 (July August 1979), 611 757.

"Misdemeanors and the Criminal Justice System," American Behavioral Scientist, 22 (July August 1979), 678 696.

"Epilogue: On Imprisonment," in Prisons: Present and Possible. Edited by Marvin E. Wolfgang. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1979, 201 234.

"White Collar Crime," in Proceedings of the Institute of Criminology, No. 37: White Collar Crime (No. 2). Sydney: Institute of Criminology, Sydney University Law School, 1979, 22 36; Reprinted: Risk Management Review, 6 (April 1979), 9 14.

"Elderly Crime Victimization," Prosecutor's Brief, 5 (July August 1979), 11 13.

"Corporate Violence: Research Strategies for Community Psychology," (with John Monahan and Raymond W. Novaco), in Challenges to the Criminal Justice System: The Perspectives of Community Psychology. Edited by Theodore R. Sarbin. New York: Human Sciences Press, 1979, 117 141.

"Rape in Stockholm: Is Permissiveness Relevant?", (with Robley Geis), Criminology, 17 (November 1979), 311 322.


"El Abuso de Ponder Como Actividad Delictiva: Hacia un Entendimiento de su Comportamiento y Metodos para su Control," (with Robert F. Meier), Capitulo Criminologico (Maracaibo), 7/8 (1979 1980), 253 280.

"Altruism, Risk Taking, and Self Destructiveness: A Study of Interveners into Violent Criminal Events," (with Ted L. Huston), in The Many Faces of Suicide: Indirect Self  Destructive Behavior. Edited by Norman L. Farberow. New York: McGraw Hill, 1980, 360 372.

(Editor). White Collar Crime: Theory and Research, (with Ezra Stotland). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1980. 320 pages.

"Foreword," in Rape and Sexual Assault: Management and Intervention. Edited by Carmen Germaine Warner. Germantown, MD: Aspen Systems Corporation, 1980, xv xx.

"Foreword," in William B. Sanders, Rape and Woman's Identity. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1980, 7 13.

"Evaluation Issues and Victimless Crimes," in Handbook of Criminal Justice Evaluation. Edited by Malcolm W. Klein and Katherine S. Teilmann. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1980, 403 421.

"Forcible Rape and Human Sexuality," (with Ted L. Huston), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 3 (June 1980), 186 187.

"Criminal Enforcement of California's Occupational Carcinogens Control Act," (with Thomas R. Clay), Temple Law Quarterly, 53 (1980), 1067 1099.


"Bystander Intervention into Crime: A Study Based on Naturally Occurring Episodes," (with Ted L. Huston, Mary Ruggiero, and Ross Conner), Social Psychology Quarterly, 44 (March 1981), 14 23.

"Foreword," in Michael W. Agopian, Parental Child Stealing. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1981, xi xv.

The Crime Intervenor: Samaritan or Superman? (Sixth Annual Distinguished Faculty Lecture). University of California, Irvine, 1981. 12 pages. Reprinted as "The Crime Intervenor and the Crime Victim," in Victimology in Comparative Perspective. Edited by Koichi Miyazawa and Minoru Ohya. Tokyo: Seibundo Publishing Co., 1986, 19 29.
"Drogenmissbrauch," Auswirkungen auf die Kriminologie, Band XIV in Die Psychologie des

Jahrhundrents. Zurich: Kindler Verlag, 1981, 550 564.

"In Celebration of Sy Dinitz," in The Mad, the Bad, and the Different: Essays in Honor of Simon Dinitz. Edited by Israel L. Barak Glantz and C. Ronald Huff. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1981, 249 254.

"'Przestepczosc Bialych Kolnierzykow' W Stanach Zjednoczonych Ameryki Polnocnej," Przestepczosc Na Swiecie (Warsaw), 14 (1981), 31 41.

"Sir Thomas Browne and Witchcraft: A Cautionary Tale for Contemporary Law and Psychiatry," (with Ivan Bunn), International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 4 (1981), 1 11; Reprinted: Witchcraft in England. Edited by Brian P. Levack. New York: Garland, 1992, 249-259.

"Hexen als Opfer Par Excellence," (with Ivan Bunn), in Das Verbrechensopfer in der Strafrechtspflege. Edited by Hans Joachim Schneider. Berlin: Water de Gruyter, 1981, 253  263. Reprinted as "Witches: The Nonesuch Victims," in The Victim in International Perspective. Edited by Schneider. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1982, 247 256.

"Die Anwendung der Vicktimologischen Forschung auf die Wiedereingliederung des Opfers in die Gesellschaft, in ibid. 339 353. Reprinted as "Application of Victimological Research to the Victim's Reintegration into Society," in ibid., 345 357.

"On Criminology and the Social History of Crime," IAHCCJ (International Association for the History of Crime and Criminal Justice) Newsletter, 4 (July 1981), 36 44.


"The Framework of Violence," Topics in Emergency Medicine, 3 (January 1982), 1 7.

"Edwin H. Sutherland: A Biographical and Analytical Commentary," (with Colin Goff), in White Collar Crime and Economic Crime: Multidisciplinary and Cross National Perspectives. Edited by Peter Wickman and Timothy Dailey. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1982, 3 21.

"A Research and Action Agenda with Respect to White Collar Crime," in White Collar Crime: An Agenda for Research. Edited by Herbert Edelhertz and Thomas D. Overcast. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1982, 175 202.

"On Theory and Action for Corporate Crime Control," (with John Braithwaite), Crime and Delinquency, 28 (April, 1982), 292 314. Reprinted in part as "Stricter Penalties Would Reduce Corporate Crime," in Crime and Criminals: Opposing Viewpoints, 2nd ed. Edited by Claudia Debner, Terry O'Neill, and Bonnie Szumski. St. Paul: Greenhaven Press, 1984, 115 119; in Punishment. Edited by Antony Duff. Aldershot: Dartmouth, 1993, 289-311; in Crimes of Privilege: Readings in White-Collar Crime. Edited by Neal Shover and John Paul Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001, 361-379; as “Corporate Crime,” in Current Controversies in Criminology. Edited by Ronald Weitzer. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2002, 158-170.

"Birthdays and Time of Death: A Footnote," Omega Journal of Death and Dying, 13 (1982 83), 91 93.

"The Jack Roller: The Appeal, the Person, and the Impact," in The Jack Roller at Seventy: A Fifty Year Follow Up. Edited by Jon Snodgrass. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1982, 121 134.

On White Collar Crime. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1982. 216 pages.

"Policing Physicians: Practitioner Fraud and Abuse in a Government Medical Program," (with Henry N. Pontell and Paul D. Jesilow), Social Problems, 30 (October 1982), 117 125. Reprinted: Deviant Behavior: A Text Reader in the Sociology of Deviance. 2nd ed. Edited by Delos H. Kelly. New York: St. Martin's, 1984, 815 825; Exploring Crime: Readings in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Edited by Joseph F. Sheley. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1987, 219 228.

"Interaction with the Legal System," in Management of the Physically and Emotionally Abused: Emergency Assessment, Intervention, and Counseling. Edited by Carmen Germaine Warner and G. Richard Braen. Norwalk, CT: Appleton Century Crofts, 1982, 97 103.


Methods of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice, (with Arnold Binder). New York: McGraw Hill, 1983. 272 pages.

"Bystander Intervention into Crime: Public Policy Considerations," (with Ted. L. Huston), Policy Studies Journal, 11 (March 1983), 398 408.

"Introduction," (with Colin Goff), to Edwin H. Sutherland, White Collar Crime: The Uncut Version. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1983, ix xxxiii.

"Criminal Justice and Adult Offenders: An Overview," Counseling Psychologist, 11 (1983), 11 16.

"Victim and Witness Assistance Programs," and "Victim Compensation and Restitution," in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice. Edited by Sanford H. Kadish. New York: Free Press, 1983, Vol. 4, 1600 1605 and 1605 1608.

"Assaults in the Air: Concerning Attacks Against Flight Attendants," (with Henry N. Pontell and Lawrence R. Salinger), Deviant Behavior, 4 (April September 1983), 297 311.

"White Collar Crime Seriousness: Assessments by Police Chiefs and Regulatory Agency Investigators," (with Henry Pontell, Constance Keenan, and Daniel Granite), American Journal of Police, 3 (Fall 1983), 1 16.


"Ad Populum Argumentation in Criminology: Juvenile Diversion as Rhetoric," (with Arnold Binder), Crime and Delinquency, 30 (October 1984), 624 647.

"Practitioner Fraud and Abuse in Medical Benefit Programs: Government Regulation and Professional White Collar Crime," (with Henry N. Pontell and Paul D. Jesilow), Law and Policy, 6 (October 1984), 405 424. Reprinted: Social Deviance: Readings in Theory and Research. Edited by Henry N. Pontell. Englewood Cliff, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1993, 326-340; Fraud: Organization, Motivation and Control, Vol. II: The Social, Administrative and Criminal Control of Fraud. Edited by Michael Levi. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999, 199-208.

"Foreword," in Harold E. Pepinsky and Paul Jesilow, Myths That Cause Crime. Cabin John, MD: Seven Locks Press, 1984, vii xi; 2nd ed., 1985; 3rd ed., 1992.

Educating Evaluators: Final Report of a Five Year Training Program at the University of Southern California. Los Angeles: Public Service Research Institute, University of Southern California, 1984. 167 pages.

"White-Collar and Corporate Crime," in Major Forms of Crime. Edited by Robert F. Meier. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1984, 137 166.


"Abolition of the Insanity Plea in Idaho: A Case Study," (with Robert F. Meier), Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 477 (January 1985), 72 83.

"Seriousness of Crime: A Survey of The Nation's Chiefs of Police," (with Henry N. Pontell, Daniel Granite, and Constance Keenan), Journal of Criminal Justice, 13 (1985), 1 13.
"Fraud and Abuse of Government Medical Benefit Programs by Psychiatrists," (with Paul Jesilow, Henry Pontell, and Mary Jane O'Brien), American Journal of Psychiatry, 142 (February 1985), 231 234.

"Medical Students' Attitudes on Physician Fraud and Abuse in the Medicare and Medicaid Programs," (with Constance E. Keenan, Gregory C. Brown, and Henry Pontell), Journal of Medical Education, 60 (March 1985), 167 173.

"State Law and Local Ordinances in California Barring Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation," (with James W. Meeker and John Dombrink), University of Dayton Law Review, 10 (Spring 1985), 745 765.

"Medical Criminals: Physicians and White Collar Offenses," (with Paul D. Jesilow and Henry N. Pontell), Justice Quarterly, 2 (June 1985), 149 165.

"A Demographic Portrait of Physicians Sanctioned by the Federal Government for Fraud and Abuse Against Medicare and Medicaid," (with Henry N. Pontell, Paul Jesilow, and Mary Jane O'Brien), Medical Care, 23 (August 1985), 1028 1031.

"Criminological Perspectives on Corporate Regulation: A Review of Recent Research," in Corrigible Corporations & Unruly Law. Edited by Brent Fisse and Peter A. French. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 1985, 63 84.

"Assaults Against Airline Flight Attendants: A Victimization Study," (with Lawrence M. Salinger, Paul Jesilow, and Henry N. Pontell), Transportation Journal, 25 (Fall 1985), 66 71. Reprinted: Sociology: An Introduction. 3rd ed. Edited by J. Ross Eshelman, Barbara G. Cashion, and Laurence A. Basirico. Glenview, IL: Scott Foresman, 1987, 99-105; Social Deviance: Readings in Theory and Research. Edited by Henry N. Pontell. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1993, 276-282; 2nd ed. 1996, 288-294.

"'Is My Battery Any Good?': A Field Test of Fraud in the Auto Repair Business," (with Paul Jesilow and Mary Jane O'Brien), Journal of Crime and Justice, 8 (1985), 1 20.

"Peculating Psychologists: Fraud and Abuse Against Medicaid," (with Henry N. Pontell, Constance Keenan, Stephen M. Rosoff, Mary Jane O'Brien, and Paul D. Jesilow), Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 16 (December 1985), 823 832.

"Medical Fraud and Abuse: Australia, Canada, and the United States," (with Paul R. Wilson, Henry N. Pontell, Paul Jesilow, and Duncan Chappell), International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 9 (Winter 1985), 25 34.


"On the Declining Crime Rate: An Exegetic Conference Report," Criminal Justice Policy Review, 1 (January 1986), 16 36.

"Experimental Evidence that Publicity Has No Effect in Suppressing Auto Repair Fraud," (with Paul Jesilow and Mary Jane O'Brien), Sociology and Social Research, 70 (April 1986), 222 223.

"Diversion and Community-Based Treatment," in Papers Presented to the Sino-American Institute in Criminal Justice. Taichung: Tunghai University, 1986, 163-167.
"Menschliches Leiden Lindern Bericht Über das Fünfte Internationale Symposium Über Viktimologie," (with Duncan Chappell and Michael W. Agopian), Monatsschrift für Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform, 69 (August 1986), 221 236. Reprinted as "Toward the Alleviation of Human Suffering: The Fifth International Symposium on Victimology," in Victimology: International Action and Study of Victims. Edited by Zvonimir Paul Separovic. Zagreb: Samobor, 1988, Vol I, 189-207.

"Revisiting Lord Hale, Misogyny, Witchcraft and Rape," Criminal Law Journal, 10 (October 1986), 319 329.

"Physician Immunity from Prosecution and Punishment for Medical Program Fraud," (with Paul Jesilow and Henry N. Pontell), in Punishment and Privilege. Edited by W. Byron Groves and Graeme Newman. Albany, NY: Harrow and Heston, 1986, 7 22.

(Editor, Special Issue: Essays in the History of Law and Psychiatry). International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 9 (1986), 139 260.

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