Publications related to Emergent Issues in Crime & Justice
Self-Protective Behaviors and Injury in Domestic Violence Situations: Does it Hurt to Fight Back? Forthcoming, Rachael Powers and Sally S. Simpson, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2012
“Terrorist and Non-terrorist Criminal Activities by Radical Environmental and Animal Rights Groups in the United States, 1970-2007,” Jennifer Varriale Carson, Gary LaFree, and Laura Dugan, Terrorism and Political Violence 24: 295-319, 2012
"Understanding Women's Pathways to Jail: A Life History Analysis of the Lives of Incarcerated Women," Sally S. Simpson, Jennifer L. Yahner, and Laura Dugan, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 41: 84-108, 2008.
The Effects of Self-Protective Behaviors on Injury for African American Women in Domestic Violence Situations, Rachael Wyckoff and Sally S. Simpson, Crime, Law, and Social Change. Volume 49 (4): 271-288, 2008.
Strained Lives and Crime: Examining Intra-Individual Variation in Strain and Offending in a Sample of Incarcerated Women, Lee Ann Slocum, Sally S. Simpson, and Douglas A. Smith, Criminology, 43 (4): 1067-1110, 2005.
When Process Affects Punishment: Differences in Sentences After Guilty Plea, Bench Trial, and Jury Trial in Five Guidelines States. King, N., Soulé, D., Steen, and Weidner, R. Columbia Law Review (2005) 105:959-1009.
"The Differential Risk of Retaliation by Relational Distance: A More General Model of Violent Victimization," Laura Dugan and Robert Apel; Criminology Volume 43 Number 3 2005 p697