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Martin, Monica, Bill McCarthy, Rand D. Conger, Frederick X. Gibbons, Carolyn E. Cutrona, Gene H. Brody, and Ronald L. Simons. 2011.  “The Enduring Significance of Racism: Discrimination and Delinquency among African American Youth.” Journal of Research on Adolescence 21 (3): 662-676.

McCarthy, Bill and Eric Grodsky. 2011. “Sex in School: Adolescent Sex and Education.” Social Problems 58 (2): 213–234.

McCarthy, Bill and Teresa Casey. 2008. “Love, Sex and Crime: Adolescent Romantic Relationships and Offending.” American Sociological Review 73 (6):944-969.

Morselli, Carlo, Pierre Tremblay, and Bill McCarthy. “Mentors and Criminal Achievement.” Criminology 44 (1):17-44.

McCarthy, Bill and John Hagan. 2005. “Danger and the Decision to Offend.” Social Forces 83:1065-1096.

McCarthy, Bill, Diane Felmlee and John Hagan. 2004. “Girl Friends are Better: Gender, Context and Crime.Criminology 42:805-836.

Hagan, John and Bill Mccarthy. 2003. "The Shame in their Game: Homeless Youth Crime and Transitions toward Work."Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie (Cologne Magazine for Sociology and Social Psychology) 43:195-214.

McCarthy, Bill, John Hagan and Monica J. Martin. 2002. “In and Out of Harm’s Way: Violent Victimization and the Social Capital of Fictive Street Families.Criminology 40: 401-35.

McCarthy, Bill. 2002. “New Economics of Sociological Criminology.” Annual Review of Sociology 28:417-42.

Hagan, John, Bill McCarthy and Holly Foster.2002. “A Gendered Theory of Delinquency and Despair in the Life Course.” Acta Sociologica 45 (1):37-46.

McCarthy, Bill and John Hagan. 2001. “When Crime Pays: Capital, Competence and Criminal Success.” Social Forces 79:1035-59.

Hagan, John and Bill McCarthy. 2000. “The Meaning of Criminology.”  Theoretical Criminology 4 (2):232-42.


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