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McCarthy, Bill, John Hagan and Todd S. Woodward. 1999.  “In the Company of Women: Structure and Agency in a Revised Power-Control Theory of Gender and Delinquency.” Criminology 37:761-88.

McCarthy, Bill, John Hagan and Lawrence E. Cohen.  1998. “Uncertainty, Cooperation and Crime: Understanding the Decision to Co-offend.” Social Forces 77:155-84.

Hagan, John and Bill McCarthy. 1997. “Anomie, Social Capital and Street Crime.”  1997. Nikos Passas and Robert Agnew (eds.), The Future of Anomie Theory.  Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 124-41.

McCarthy, Bill. 1996.  “The Attitudes and Actions of Others: Tutelage and Sutherland's Theory of Differential Association.”  British Journal of Criminology 36:135-51.

McCarthy, Bill. 1995. “Not Just 'For the Thrill of It': An Instrumentalist Elaboration of Katz's Explanation of Sneaky Thrill Property Crimes.”  Criminology 33:519-38.

McCarthy, Bill and John Hagan. 1995. “Getting into Crime: The Structure and Process of Criminal Embeddedness.” Social Science Research 24:63-95.

McCarthy, Bill and John Hagan. 1992. “Mean Streets: The Theoretical Significance of Situational Delinquency among Homeless Youth.” American Journal of Sociology 98: 597-627.

Hagan, John and Bill McCarthy. 1992.  “Streetlife and Delinquency.”  British Journal of Sociology 43:533-61.

McCarthy, Bill and John Hagan. 1992. “Surviving on the Street: The Experiences of Homeless Youth.” Journal of Adolescent Research 7:412-30.

McCarthy, Bill and John Hagan. 1991. “Homelessness: A Criminogenic Situation?”  British Journal of Criminology 31:393-410.

Gartner, Rosemary and Bill McCarthy. 1991. “The Social Distribution of Femicide in Urban Canada, 1921-1988.” Law and Society Review 25 (2):287-312.

McCarthy, Bill and John Hagan. 1987. “Gender, Delinquency, and the Great Depression: A Test of Power-Control Theory.” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 24 (2):153-77.


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