Notice Concerning Copyright Restrictions

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o        American Journal of Sociology

o        American Sociological Review

o        Columbia Human Rights Law Review

o        Contexts

o        Corrections Management Quarterly

o        Criminology

o        Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology

o        Journal of Health and Social Behavior

o        Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency

o        Justice Quarterly

o        Law and Social Inquiry

o        Law and Society Review

o        Perspectives on Politics

o        Public Opinion Quarterly

o        Social Forces

o        Social Problems

o        Sociological Inquiry

o        Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society

o        The Sociological Quarterly




o        Cambridge University Press

o        Elsevier

o        Macmillan Reference

o        Oxford University Press

o        Routledge

o        Russell Sage Foundation

o        Springer Publishing (Kluwer/Plenum)

o        University of Chicago Press

o        John Wiley and Sons

o        Willan Publishing




o        Los Angeles Times

o        Newsday