Conditional relevance of controls: A simultaneous test of the influences of self-control and deterrence on criminal behaviour in the context of Situational Action Theory

Schepers D, Reinecke J (Eds) (2018)
European Journal of Criminology 15(1).

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Schepers D, Reinecke J, eds. Conditional relevance of controls: A simultaneous test of the influences of self-control and deterrence on criminal behaviour in the context of Situational Action Theory. European Journal of Criminology. 2018;15(1).
Schepers D., & Reinecke J. (Eds.) (2018). Conditional relevance of controls: A simultaneous test of the influences of self-control and deterrence on criminal behaviour in the context of Situational Action Theory. European Journal of Criminology, 15(1)
Schepers, D., and Reinecke, J. eds. (2018). Conditional relevance of controls: A simultaneous test of the influences of self-control and deterrence on criminal behaviour in the context of Situational Action Theory. European Journal of Criminology 15.
D. Schepers & J. Reinecke, eds., 2018. Conditional relevance of controls: A simultaneous test of the influences of self-control and deterrence on criminal behaviour in the context of Situational Action Theory. European Journal of Criminology, 15(1).
D. Schepers and J. Reinecke, eds., “Conditional relevance of controls: A simultaneous test of the influences of self-control and deterrence on criminal behaviour in the context of Situational Action Theory”, European Journal of Criminology, vol. 15, 2018.
Schepers, D., Reinecke, J. eds: Conditional relevance of controls: A simultaneous test of the influences of self-control and deterrence on criminal behaviour in the context of Situational Action Theory. European Journal of Criminology. 15, (2018).
Debbie Schepers and Jost Reinecke, eds. “Conditional relevance of controls: A simultaneous test of the influences of self-control and deterrence on criminal behaviour in the context of Situational Action Theory”. European Journal of Criminology 15.1 (2018).
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