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This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 26 references in this bibliography folder.

Gartner, R and McCarthy, B (2014).
Oxford Handbook on Gender, Sex, and Crime
Oxford University Press.

McCarthy, B, Benoit, C, Jansson, M, and Kolar, K (2012).
Regulating Sex Work: Heterogeneity in Legal Strategies
Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 8:255--271.

Martin, MJ, McCarthy, B, Conger, RD, Gibbons, FX, Simons, RL, Cutrona, CE, and Brody, GH (2011).
The Enduring Significance of Racism: Discrimination and Delinquency Among Black American Youth
Journal of Research on Adolescence, 21(3):662--676.

McCarthy, B and Grodsky, E (2011).
Sex and School: Adolescent Sexual Intercourse and Education
Social Problems, 58(2):213--234.

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

Morselli, C, Tremblay, P, and McCarthy, B (2006).
Mentors and Criminal Achievement
Criminology, 44(1):17--43.

McCarthy, B and Hagan, J (2005).
Danger and the Decision to Offend
Social Forces, 83(3):1065--1096.

McCarthy, B (2004).
Money Changes Everything: The Personal Income of Adolescents and Their Tendency toward Delinquency
Criminologie, 37(2):123--149.

McCarthy, B, Felmlee, D, and Hagan, J (2004).
Girl Friends Are Better: Gender, Friends, and Crime among School and Street Youth
Criminology, 42(4):805--836.

Hagan, J, McCarthy, B, and Foster, H (2002).
A Gendered Theory of Delinquency and Despair in the Life Course
Acta Sociologica, 45(1):37--46.

McCarthy, B (2002).
New Economics of Sociological Criminology
Annual Review of Sociology, 28:417--442.

McCarthy, B, Hagan, J, and Martin, MJ (2002).
In and Out of Harm's Way: Violent Victimization and the Social Capital of Fictive Street Families
Criminology, 40(4):831--866.

McCarthy, B and Hagan, J (2001).
When Crime Pays: Capital, Competence, and Criminal Success
Social Forces, 79(3):1035--1060.

Hagan, J and McCarthy, B (2000).
The Meaning of Criminology
Theoretical Criminology, 4(2):232--242.

McCarthy, B, Hagan, J, and Woodward, TS (1999).
In the Company of Women: Structure and Agency in a Revised Power-Control Theory of Gender and Delinquency
Criminology, 37(4):761--788.

Hagan, J and McCarthy, B (1998).
The Theory of Social Capital and the Renewal of the Paradigm of Tensions and Opportunities in Sociological Criminology
Sociologie et Societes, 30(1):145--158.

McCarthy, B, Hagan, J, and Cohen, LE (1998).
Uncertainty, Cooperation, and Crime: Understanding the Decision to Co-Offend
Social Forces, 77(1):155--184.

McCarthy, B (1996).
The Attitudes and Actions of Others: Tutelage and Sutherland's Theory of Differential Association
British Journal of Criminology, 36(1):135--147.

McCarthy, B (1995).
Not Just ``For the Thrill of It'': An Instrumentalist Elaboration of Katz's Explanation of Sneaky Thrill Property Crimes
Criminology, 33(4):519--538.

McCarthy, B (1995).
Getting into Street Crime: The Structure and Process of Criminal Embeddedness
Social Science Research, 24(1):63--95.

Hagan, J and McCarthy, B (1992).
Streetlife and Delinquency
The British Journal of Sociology, 43(4):533--561.

McCarthy, B and Hagan, J (1992).
Mean Streets: The Theoretical Significance of Situational Delinquency among Homeless Youths
American Journal of Sociology, 98(3):597--627.

McCarthy, B and Hagan, J (1992).
Surviving on the Street: The Experiences of Homeless Youth
Journal of Adolescent Research, 7(4):412--430.

Gartner, R and McCarthy, B (1991).
The Social Distribution of Femicide in Urban Canada, 1921-1988
Law and Society Review, 25(2):287--311.

McCarthy, B and Hagan, J (1991).
Homelessness: A Criminogenic Situation?
British Journal of Criminology, 31(4):393--410.

McCarthy, B and Hagan, J (1987).
Gender, Delinquency, and the Great Depression: A Test of Power-Control Theory
La Revue Canadienne de Sociologie et d'Anthropologie/The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 24(2):153--177.

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