Special Editors: Joshua D. Freilich and Graeme R. Newman
Vol. 679, September 2018
Regulating Crime: The New Criminology of Crime Control proposes a new direction for criminology: pre-empting, supplementing, and enhancing the traditional machinery of justice with a novel framework of intermediary regulation. The research in this volume of The ANNALS demonstrates that many crime problems cannot be effectively reduced or prevented through punishment or corrections. Rather, non-criminal-justice actors, such as communities and companies, can employ regulatory frameworks and safety measures to reduce the opportunity, quantity, and quality of criminal behavior. These essays pave the way for a research agenda that distributes crime prevention across the rapidly changing technologies and organizations of the modern era.
From the Archives
Medical Care for Americans
Vol. 273, January, 1951
Special Editors: Franz Goldmann and Hugh R. Leavell
From the Forward
It is generally agreed that medical care of highest qualitative and quantitative standards should be available to everybody. How this objective can be attained in a democratic society is much debated. The papers assembled in this volume are designed to provide factual information necessary for the evaluation of both existing programs and proposals for future development. They express the opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of the organizations involved or of the editors. Conscious effort has been made to obtain competent, objective, and detached presentations of the various subjects and to avoid discussions contributing more head than light.