Mothering in the streets: Familial adaptation strategies of street-identified Black American mothers

Hitchens, B.K., Aviles, A.M., & McCallops, K. (2022) in Journal of Marriage and Family.

Perceptions of White-Collar Crime Seriousness:  Unpacking and translating attitudes into policy preferences.

Simpson, S.S., Galvin, M.A., Loughran, T.A., & Cohen, M.A. (2022) in Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.

Does early adolescent arrest alter the developmental course of offending into young adulthood?

Bersani, B. E., Jacobsen, W. C., & Doherty, E. E. (2022) in Journal of Youth and Adolescence.

How the study of political extremism has reshaped criminology.

LaFree, G. (2022) in Criminology.

Unpacking the Criminogenic Aspects of Stress over the Life Course: The Joint Effects of Proximal Strain and Childhood Abuse on Violence and Substance Use in a High-Risk Sample of Women.

Slocum, L., Medel, J., Doherty, E., & Simpson, S. (2022) in Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.

Native Americans and Monetary Sanctions.

Stewart, R., Watters, B., Horowitz, V., Larson, R. P., Sargent, B., & Uggen, C. (2022) in RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences.

In Search of a Critical Mass: Do Black Lives Matter in Criminology and Criminal Justice Programs?

Brunson, R. K., & Stewart, E. A. (2021) in Race and Justice11(3), 255-259.

You’re not Serving Time, You’re Serving Christ’: Protestant Religion and Discourses of Responsibilization in a Women’s Prison.

Ellis, R. (2021) in The British Journal of Criminology.

Arrested Friendships? Justice Involvement and Interpersonal Exclusion among Rural Youth.

Jacobsen, W. C., Ragan, D. T., Yang, M., Nadel, E. L., & Feinberg, M. E. (2021) in Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.

Dude, where’s my treatment effect? errors in administrative data linking and the destruction of statistical power in randomized experiments.

Tahamont, S., Jelveh, Z., Chalfin, A., Yan, S., & Hansen, B. (2021) in Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

The impact of ambiguity-induced error in offender decision-making: Evidence from the field.

Midgette, G., Loughran, T. A., & Tahamont, S. (2021) in Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency58(6), 635-665.

Prisons as porous institutions.

Ellis, R. (2021) in Theory and Society.

Equal Pay for Equal Work?  Considering the Gender Gap in Illegal Pay.

Nguyen, H., Parker, B.R., & Simpson, S.S. (2021) in Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

Progress and Obstacles in the Internationalization of Criminology.

LaFree, G. (2021) in International Criminology.

Can the group disincentivize offending? Considering opt‐out thresholds and decision reversals.

McGloin, J. M., Thomas, K. J., Rowan, Z. R., & Deitzer, J. R. (2021) in Criminology.

Proliferation or adaptation? Differences across race and sex in the relationship between time served in prison and mental health symptoms.

Porter, L. C., Kozlowski-Serra, M., & Lee, H. (2021) in Social Science & Medicine.

A natural experiment to test the effect of sanction certainty and celerity on substance-impaired driving: North Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety Program.

Midgette, G., Kilmer, B., Nicosia, N., & Heaton, P. (2021) in Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

Heroin use cannot be measured adequately with a general population survey.

Reuter, P., Caulkins, J. P., & Midgette, G. (2021) in Addiction.

Can novel ‘swift‐certain‐fair’programs work outside of pioneering jurisdictions? An analysis of 24/7 Sobriety in Montana, USA.

Midgette, G., & Kilmer, B. (2021) in Addiction.

Immigrant status, citizenship, and victimization risk in the United States: New findings from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS).

Xie, M., & Baumer, E. P. (2021) in Criminology.

Pathways to drug prevalence estimation: synthesizing three comments on triangulation.

Midgette, G., Caulkins, J. P., & Reuter, P. (2021) in Addiction.

What do we mean by a “hard-to-reach” population? Legitimacy versus precarity as barriers to access.

Ellis, R. (2021) in Sociological Methods & Research.

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