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James Tuttle
James Tuttle
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Specifying the effect of social welfare expenditures on homicide and suicide: A cross-national, longitudinal examination of the stream analogy of lethal violence
J Tuttle
Justice Quarterly 35 (1), 87-113, 2018
282018
Latent Trajectories of Cross-National Homicide Trends: Structural Characteristics of Underlying Groups
KCL James Tuttle, Patricia L. McCall
Homicide Studies 22 (4), 343-369, 2018
252018
Murder in the shadows: Evidence for an institutional legitimacy theory of crime
J Tuttle
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 43 (1), 13-27, 2019
82019
Culture, Attributional Style, and Lethal Violence: A Cross-National Test of the'Stream Analogy'of Violence.
JA Tuttle
52013
Inequality, concentrated disadvantage, and homicide: towards a multi-level theory of economic inequality and crime
J Tuttle
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 46 (3 …, 2022
12022
Explaining longitudinal and cross-national variation in homicide: Towards a theory of institutional legitimacy
JA Tuttle
North Carolina State University, 2018
12018
The Societal Context of School-Based Bullying Victimization: An Application of Institutional Anomie Theory in a Cross-National Sample
J Tuttle, G Gimenez, B Barrado
Journal of School Violence, 1-16, 2022
2022
The crime decline in cross-national context: a panel analysis of homicide rates within latent trajectory groups
J Tuttle, P McCall, K Land
Global Crime 22 (3), 240-264, 2021
2021
Increasing Incarceration Rates and the Homicide Decline among OECD Nations, 1993-2005
J Tuttle
Homicide: Risk Factors, Trends and Prevention Strategies, 2020
2020
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