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Graduate Student Publications

Brent, J.J. (forthcoming 2013.) From Deviance to Disorder: Parkour through Labeling and Edgework. In Anderson, T. Deviance in Modern Society. New York: Routledge.

Bachman, R. & Brent, J.J. (forthcoming). Mixed Methods Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice. In A.M. Cordner (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Leon, C., & Brent, J.J. (forthcoming) Public Punitiveness, Mediation and Expertise in Sexual Psychopath Policies. In C. Krinsky (Eds.) The Ashgate Companion to Moral Panics, London: Ashgate Press.

O’Connell, D., Visher, C.A., Martin, S., Parker, L., & Brent, J.J. (2011). Decide Your Time: Testing Deterrence Theory’s Certainty and Celerity Effects on Substance-Using Probationers. Journal of Criminal Justice.

Brent, J.J. (2011.) Instructors Manual. For Kraska, P.B. & Neuman, W.L. Criminology and Criminal Justice Research Methods, New York: Prentice Hall.

Kraska, P.B. & Brent, J.J. (2010). Theorizing Criminal Justice (2nd Edition). Illinois, Waveland Press.

Brent, J.J. & Kraska, P.B. (2010). Moving Beyond Our Methodological Default: A Case for Mixed Methods. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 21(4): 412-430.
  • Reprinted: Brent, J.J., & Kraska, P.B. (2011). Moving Beyond Our Methodological Default: A Case for Mixed Methods. In Copes, H.(Eds.), Advancing Qualitative Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice, New York: Routledge, 2011.

Kraska, P.B., Bussard, R., & Brent, J.J. (2010.) Examining the Late-Modern Steroid Marketplace and its Criminalization. Justice Quarterly, 27(2): 159-185.
  • Reprinted: Kraska, P.B., Bussard, R., & Brent, J.J. (2012). Examining the Late-Modern Steroid Marketplace and its Criminalization. In Cromwell, P. (Eds.), In Their Own Words: Criminals on Crime, 6th edition, New York: Oxford University Press.

Sun, I., Wu, Y., Button, D.M., Li, J., & Su, M. (2011). Appropriate police response to domestic violence: Comparing perceptions of Chinese and Americans. International Journal of Law, Crime, and Justice. Accept with revisions.

Rapp, L.A., Button, D.M., Fleury-Steiner, B., & Fleury-Steiner, R. (2010). The Internet as a Tool for Black Feminist Activism: Lessons from an Online Anti-Rape Protest. Feminist Criminology 5(3):244-262.

Aguirre, B.E., Torres, M.R., Gill, K.B., & Hotchkiss, H.L. (2011). “Normative Collective Behavior in The Station Building Fire.” Social Science Quarterly, 92(1): 100-118.

Gill, K.B. & Gershon, R.R. (2011). “Disaster Mental Health Training Programs in NYC Following September 11, 2001.” Disasters: The Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy and Management, 34(3): 608-613.

Hefner, M.K., Frabutt, J.M., Harvey L.K., Di Luca, K.L., & Shelton, T.L. (forthcoming, Spring 2013). “Resident Perceptions of an Overt Drug Elimination Strategy.” Journal of Applied Social Science.

Harvey, L.K., Di Luca K.L., Hefner M.K., Frabutt, J.M., & Shelton, T.L. (in press 2012). “Systematic Observations of Neighborhood Order: Assessing the Methodology in Evaluating a Community-based Initiative.” Journal of Applied Social Science.

Hefner, M.K. (forthcoming). Review of Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys by Victor Rios. Law and Society Review.

Hefner, M.K. (accepted for publication). “Racial Profiling: Issues in Measurement.” In The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Ed. by Jay Albanese. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hefner, M.K. (2012). “Gender and Criminal Law.” In The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America. Ed by. Wilbur Miller and J. Geoffrey Golson. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Frabutt, J.M., Hefner, M.K., Di Luca, K.L., Shelton, T.L., & Harvey, L.K. (2010). "A Street-drug Elimination Initiative: The Law Enforcement Perspective." Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 33: 452 – 472.

Kelley, K. (forthcoming, 2011). Criminal Justice System Interventions with Victims of Sexual Violence in Encyclopedia of Sexual Violence and Abuse, Judy Postmus, Rachel Schwartz, eds. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Kerrison, E.M., Bachman, R., & Alvarez, A. (forthcoming 2012). “The Societal Causes of Violence” in Mental Health Issues of Child Maltreatment by Paul Clements and Soraya Seedat, eds.

Bachman, R., Kerrison, E.M., O’Connell, D., & Paternoster, R. (forthcoming 2012). Roads Diverge: Long-Term Patterns of Relapse, Recidivism and Desistance for a Cohort of Drug Involved Offenders - Final Report. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, United States Department of Justice.

Kleinstuber, R. (2011). “Book Review: L. May. Genocide: A Normative Account, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010, xi, 283 pp. $85.00. ISBN 978-0-521-12296-2.” International Criminal Justice Review 21 (1): 85-86.

Lane, D.C. (forthcoming). “From Stigma to Carnival of the Grotesque: An Assessment of Deviance Discourse.” in Deviance in Modern Society, edited by Anderson, T,. Routledge.

Anderson, T., Swan, H., & Lane, D.C.. (2010). “Institutional Fads and the Medicalization of Drug Addiction.” Sociology Compass, 4(7): 476-494.

Lane, D.C., Bromley, D.G., Hicks, R., & Mahoney, J. (2008). “Time Crime: The Transnational Organization of Art and Antiquities Theft.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 24: 243-262

Lane, D.C., & Gunther, W. (under review). “Sports Will Keep ‘em Out of Trouble: A Comparative Analysis of Substance Use Among Adolescents.” Journal of Sport and Social Issues.

Lane, D.C., & Newby, B. (revise and resubmit). “Pelvic Thrusts and Pivot Turns: The Collective Creation of Non-Material Culture.” Symbolic Interaction.

Barnshaw, J., & Letukas, L. (2010). “The Low Down on the Down Low: Origins, Risk Identification, and Future Directions.” Health Sociology Review 19:478-490.

Barnshaw, J., & Letukas, L. (2010). “To Return or Relocate? That is the Question: African American Housing Decisions in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.” Pp. 191 – 220 in How Ethnically Marginalized Americans Cope with Disasters: Studies in Suffering and Resiliency, edited by J. Rivera and D. Miller. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Longazel, J.G., Parker, L.S., & Sun, I.Y. (2011). "Experiencing Court, Experiencing Race: Perceived Procedural Injustice Among Court Users." Race and Justice 1(2): 202-227.

Fleury-Steiner, B. & Longazel, J.G. (2010). "Neoliberalism, Community Development, and Anti-Immigrant Backlash in Hazleton, Pennsylvania." Pps. 157-172 in Taking Local Control: Immigration Policy Activism in U.S. Cities and States. Edited by Monica W. Varsanyi. Stanford University Press.

Jennings, W.J., Khey, D.N., Mahoney, M., & Reingle, J. (forthcoming 2011). Evaluating the continuity of offending from adolescence to emerging adulthood and its effect on academic failure among college student arrestees. Journal of Criminal Justice Education.

Higgins, G.E., Jennings, W.G., Marcum, C.D., Ricketts, M.L., & Mahoney, M. (2011). Developmental trajectories of nonsocial reinforcement and offending in adolescence and young adulthood: An exploratory study of an understudied part of social learning theory. Journal of Criminal Justice.

Higgins, G.E., Jennings, W.G., & Mahoney, M. (2010). Developmental trajectories of maternal and paternal attachment and delinquency in adolescence. Deviant Behavior 31, 655-677.

Higgins, G.E., Ricketts, M.L., Marcum, C.D., & Mahoney, M. (2010). Primary socialization theory: An exploratory study of delinquent trajectories. Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 23, (2), 133-146.

Lane, D.C., Bromley, D.G., Hicks, R., & Mahoney, J. (2008). “Time Crime: The Transnational Organization of Art and Antiquities Theft.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 24: 243-262

Schroeder, R.D., & Mowen, T.J. (forthcoming 2012). "Parenting Style Transitions and Delinquency. Youth & Society.

Mowen, T.J., & Schroeder, R.D. (2011). “Not in My Name: An Investigation of Victims’ Family Clemency Movements and Court Appointed Closure.” Western Criminology Review 12(1): 65-81.

Mowen, T.J., & Talley, C.R. (2011). “Colonialism, Slave Populations, and the Racial Structure in Brazil and the United States.” Kentucky Journal of Anthropology and Sociology 1(2): 76-90.

Nelan, Mary, & Grineski, Sara E. (2013). “Responding to Haiti’s Earthquake: International Volunteers’ Health Behaviors and Community Relationships.”International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 293–314.

Longazel, J.G., Parker, L.S., & Sun, I.Y. (2011). "Experiencing Court, Experiencing Race: Perceived Procedural Injustice Among Court Users." Race and Justice 1(2): 202-227.

Rapp, L.A. (forthcoming). “Sex Offender Registration.” Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. Eds. Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Geoffrey J. Golson. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Rapp, L.A., Button, D.M., Fleury-Steiner, B., & Fleury-Steiner, R. (2010). The Internet as a Tool for Black Feminist Activism: Lessons from an Online Anti-Rape Protest. Feminist Criminology 5(3):244-262.

Swan, H. & O’Connell, D.J., (2012). “The Impact of Intimate Partner Violence on Women’s Condom Negotiation Efficacy.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27(4): 775-792.  First published online October 2011, DOI:0886260511423240.

Anderson, T., Swan, H., & Lane, D.C. (2010). “Institutional Fads and the Medicalization of Drug Addiction.” Sociology Compass, 4(7): 476-494.

O’Connell, D.H., Swan, H., Martin, S.S., Surratt, H.L., & Visher, C.A. (2011). “An HIV Continuum of Care Model for Corrections.” In Crime, HIV and Health: Intersections of Criminal Justice and Public Health Concerns. Edited byWilliam Sanders & Bethany Deeds. Springer Press.

Swan, H., & Monico, L.B. (forthcoming)“Deviance, HIV and Subcultures, Scenes, and Tribes.” In Deviance: Exploring Old Canards and New Developments in Everyday Life. Edited by Anderson, T.L. Routledge.

Swan, H. (2009). Book Review of Out in the Storm: Drug Addicted Women Living as Shoplifters and Sex Workers by Gail A. Caputo. Gender & Society 23(6): 835-836.

Zaykowski, H., & Gunter, W. (accepted for publication, March 2011). “Youth Victimization: School Climate or Deviant Lifestyles?” Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Zaykowski, H. (forthcoming, 2011, available "online first"). “Reconceptualizing Victimization and Victim Responses,” Crime & Delinquency.

Zaykowski, H., & Parker, K. (2010). “Problems and Prospects Revisited: Bursik’s Mark on Chicago Style Criminology,” Journal of Criminal Justice Education, (3).

Bachman, R., Zaykowski, H., Lanier, C., Poteyeva, M. & Kallmyer, R. (2010). “Estimating the Magnitude of Rape and Sexual Assault Against American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) Women,” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 43 (2), 199-222.

Zaykowski, H. (2010). “Racial Disparities in Hate Crime Reporting,” Violence and Victims, 25(3).