Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications 2022

Boggess, L. N., & Stucky, T. D. (2022). Reassessing the Relationship Between Mortgage Loan Investment and Crime Across Race/Ethnicity, Disadvantage, and Instability. Race and Justice, 21533687221140554.

Chamberlain, A. W., Boggess, L. N., & Fisher, T. (2022). Traveling Alone or Together? Neighborhood Context on Individual and Group Juvenile and Adult Burglary Decisions. Crime & Delinquency. doi:10.1177/00111287211067177

Gill, L. M., Boggess, L. N., & Chamberlain, A. W. (2022). Neighborhood fixer uppers: Do home improvement loans influence crime across race and over time? American Journal of Criminal Justice. doi:10.1007/s12103-022-09679-

Hipp, J. R., Boggess, L., & Chamberlain, A. (2022). Locating offenders: Introducing the reverse spatial patterning approach. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 98, 101888.

Mitchell, O., Mora, D. O., Sticco, T. L., & Boggess, L. N. (2022). Are progressive chief prosecutors effective in reducing prison use and cumulative racial/ethnic disadvantage? Evidence from Florida. Criminology & Public Policy, 21(3), 535-565.

Cecil, D. K. (2022). Saying her name: Gendered narratives in news coverage of Breonna Taylor's death. Race and Justice, 215336872110705. doi:10.1177/21533687211070552 

Gulledge, L. M., Sellers, C. S., & Cochran, J. K. (2022). Self-control and intimate partner violence: does gender matter?. Deviant behavior, 44(5), 785-804. doi.org/10.1080/01639625.2022.2102454

Dembo, R. (2022). Introduction to Special Section on Public Health in Juvenile Justice. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 49(4), 420-421.

Dembo, R., Wareham, J., Schmeidler, J., & Wolff, J. (2021). Assessing the validity of self-reports of marijuana use among adolescents entering the juvenile justice system: Gender differences. Substance Use & Misuse, 57(1), 145–156. doi:10.1080/10826084.2021.1995757 

Dembo, R., Wareham, J., Schmeidler, J., & Wolff, J. (2022). An exploration of the effects of sexual assault victimization among justice-involved youth: urbanity, race/ethnicity, and sex differences. Victims & Offenders, 17(4), 491-512.

Dembo, R., Krupa, J. M., Wareham, J., Wolff, J., DiClemente, R. J., & Schmeidler, J. (2021). Latent Class Analysis of Exposure to Childhood Trauma and Health Risks among Justice-Involved Youth: An Approach towards Gender Differences. New Frontiers in Medicine and Medical Research Vol. 12, 77-99.

Cela, T., Marcelin, L. H., Waldman, R., Dembo, R., Demezier, D., Clement, R., Arcayos, A., Santisteban, D., Jean‐Gilles, M., & Hogue, A. (2022). Haitian and Haitian American experiences of racism and socioethnic discrimination in Miami‐Dade county: At‐risk and court‐involved youth. Family Process. doi:10.1111/famp.12764

Cela, T., Demezier, D., Waldman, R., Clement, R., Dembo, R., Jean‐Gilles, M., ... & Marcelin, L. H. (2022). Juvenile justice–involved Haitian families' experiences of structural racism and socioethnic discrimination. Family Relations, 71(5), 1993-2010.

Belenko, S., Dembo, R., Knight, D. K., Elkington, K. S., Wasserman, G. A., Robertson, A. A., Welsh, W. N., Schmeidler, J., Joe, G. W., & Wiley, T. (2022). Using structured implementation interventions to improve referral to substance use treatment among justice-involved youth: Findings from a multisite cluster randomized trial. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. doi:10.1016/j.jsat.2022.108829 

Krupa, J. M., Dembo, R., Schmeidler, J., Wolff, J., & Wareham, J. (2022). An Examination of Risk Profiles among Justice-Involved Girls: Do Race and Place Matter?. Deviant Behavior, 43(12), 1433-1452.

Wareham, J., Dembo, R., Schmeidler, J., Wolff, J., & Simon, N. (2022). Sexual trauma informed understanding of longitudinal depression among repeat juvenile offenders. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. doi:10.1007/s11414-022-09804-5 

Robertson, A. A., Fang, Z., Weiland, D., Joe, G., Gardner, S., Dembo, R., ... & Elkington, K. (2020). Recidivism among justice-involved youth: Findings from JJ-TRIALS. Criminal justice and behavior, 47(9), 1059-1078.

Patterson, S., Gill, L., & Fox, B. (2022). Police Use of Technology and Social Media: An Examination of Minority Perceptions. In Exploring Contemporary Police Challenges (pp. 141-151). Routledge.

Fridell, L. A., & Marier, C. J. (2022). The Impact of Suspect Race and Precipitating Incident on Community Members’ Assessments of Deadly Force Reasonableness. Homicide Studies. doi:10.1177/10887679221112601 

Reeds, C. L., Fridell, L., Rennó Santos, M., & Cochran, J. (2022). A Test of the Association Between Racial Economic Threat and Racial Disparities in Jail Incarceration Across Counties in the United States. Race and Justice, 21533687221126754.

Semenza, D.C., Stansfield, R., Grosholz, J.M., & Link, N. (2022). The community consequences of eviction: A longitudinal analysis of crime in Philadelphia neighborhoods. Crime & Delinquency, 68(4), 707-732.

Howell, C. J., Maimon, D., Perkins, R. C., Burruss, G. W., Ouellet, M., & Wu, Y. (2022). Risk Avoidance Behavior on Darknet Marketplaces. Crime & Delinquency. doi:10.1177/00111287221092713

Kabiri, S., Sharepour, M., Howell, C. J., Wellen, H., Smith, H. P., Cochran, J. K., ... & Andersen, T. S. (2022). Violations of Emergent Norms Regarding COVID-19 Mitigation and Social Hygiene: An Application of Agnew’s General Theory of Crime. Crime & Delinquency, 00111287221130961.

Kabiri, S., Shadmanfaat, S. M., Howell, C. J., Donner, C., & Cochran, J. K. (2022). Performance-Enhancing Drug Use Among Professional Athletes: A Longitudinal Test of Social Learning Theory. Crime & Delinquency, 68(5), 867–891. doi:10.1177/0011128719901111 

Perkins, R. C., Ouellet, M., Howell, C. J., & Maimon, D. (2022). The Illicit Ecosystem of Hacking: A Longitudinal Network Analysis of Website Defacement Groups. Social Science Computer Review. doi:10.1177/08944393221097881 

Kamar, E., Howell, C. J., Maimon, D., & Berenblum, T. (2022). The moderating role of thoughtfully reflective decision-making on the relationship between information security messages and SMISHING victimization: An experiment. Justice Quarterly, 1–22. doi:10.1080/07418825.2022.2127845 

Jaynes, C.M. (2022). Commitment to Work: Assessing Heterogeneity in the Work-Crime Relationship from a Social Control Perspective. Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology. doi:10.1007/s40865-022-00188-w

Jaynes, C. M., Escue, M., & Santos, M. R. (2022). The role of workplace offending in the relationship between work and crime: Testing the traditional, displacement, emboldenment and continuity hypotheses. Social Science Research. doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2022.102722 

Jaynes, C. M., Lee, J. G., & Franks, H. N. (2022). Evaluating racial and ethnic invariance among the correlates of guilty pleas: A focus on the effect of court legitimacy, attorney type, satisfaction, and plea-offer evaluation. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. doi:10.1177/00224278221135544 

Cross, C., Holt, K., & Liggett O’Malley, R. (2022). “If U Don’t Pay They Will Share the Pics”: Exploring Sextortion in the Context of Romance Fraud. Victims & Offenders, 1–22. doi:10.1080/15564886.2022.2075064 

Cavanagh, C., Simmons, C., Liggett OMalley, R., Frick, P. J., Steinberg, L., & Cauffman, E. (2022). The Moderating Role of Maternal CU Traits in the Stability of Justice-Involved Adolescents’ CU Traits. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 1–15. doi:10.1080/15374416.2022.2051522 

Lynch, Michael J., and Michael A. Long. (2022). Green Criminology: Capitalism, Green Crime and Justice, and Environmental Destruction. Annual Review of Criminology. 5: 255-276. doi:10.1146/annurev-criminol-030920-114647

Lynch, M. J., Stretesky, P. B., Long, M. A., & Barrett, K. L. (2022). The climate change-temperature-crime hypothesis: Evidence from a sample of 15 large US cities, 2002 to 2015. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 66(4), 430–450. doi:10.1177/0306624x20969934 

Lynch, M. J., & Genco, L. J. (2022). Hunting as a crime? A cautionary note concerning how ecological biodiversity and anti-hunting arguments contribute to harms against indigenous peoples and the rural poor. Criminological Encounters, 5(1): 183-194.doi:10.26395/CE22050112 

Bae, J., & Lynch, M. J. (2022). Ethnicity, poverty, race, and the unequal distribution of US Safe Drinking Water Act violations, 2016-2018. The Sociological Quarterly, 1–22. doi:10.1080/00380253.2022.2096148 

Moule, R. K., Burruss, G. W., Jaynes, C. M., Weaver, C., & Fairchild, R. (2022). Concern, cynicism, and the coronavirus: Assessing the influence of instrumental and normative factors on individual defiance of COVID-19 Mitigation Guidelines. Crime & Delinquency. doi:10.1177/00111287221074962 

Ngo, F. T., Jaynes, C. M., Cochran, J., & Piquero, A. R. (2021). Low self-control, the adventurer personality, and victimization: A tourism evaluation. Victims & Offenders, 1–27. doi:10.1080/15564886.2021.2014008 

Ngo, F. T., Zavala, E., & Piquero, A. R. (2022). Gender, Life Domains, and intimate partner violence perpetration: A partial test of Agnew’s General Theory of Crime and Delinquency. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 002242782110489. doi:10.1177/00224278211048946

Ngo, F. T., Fisher, T., & Ruiz, R. A. (2022). Life Domains, Constraints, Motivations, and Intimate Partner Violence: Assessing the Generality of Agnew’s General Theory of Crime and Delinquency. Crime & Delinquency. doi:10.1177/00111287221106951 

O’Malley, R.L. & Helm, B. (2022). The role of perceived victimization, precarious manhood, and distress on incel membership online. Deviant Behavior. doi:10.1080/01639625.2022.2133650

Powers, R. A., & Hayes, B. E. (2022). Victim and third-party reporting of violent victimization to the police in incidents involving victims with disabilities. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. doi:10.1177/00224278221131493 

Muniz, C. N., Powers, R. A., & Bleeker, K. (2022). Crime Discounting of Violent Victimization: The Role of Crime Type and Incident-Level Correlates. Crime & Delinquency. doi:10.1177/00111287221077636 

Centelles, V., Powers, R. A., & Moule, R. K. (2022). Self-control, risky behavior, and dating application-facilitated victimization. Victims & Offenders, 17(5), 693–711. doi:10.1080/15564886.2022.2036657 

Devlin, D. N., & Santos, M. R. (2022). The association between police officers in schools and students’ longer term perceptions of police as procedurally just. Criminology & Public Policy. doi:10.1111/1745-9133.12583 

Lu, Y., Luo, L., & Santos, M. R. (2022). Social change and race-specific homicide trajectories: An age-period-cohort analysis. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. doi:10.1177/00224278221129886

Lu, Y., Santos, M. R., & Zhang, Z. (2022). Social Change, gender stratification and the sex gap of homicide victimization in 76 countries, 1975–2017. The British Journal of Criminology. doi:10.1093/bjc/azac077 

Testa, A., Santos, M. R., Ribeiro, L., & Hartley, R. (2022). Assessing racial disparities in homicide sentencing: Findings from Brazil. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. doi:10.1177/08862605221135143 

Parrello, T. and Valentine, C. L. (2022) "Exploring the Educational Impact of Academic Field Trips Over Time," Experiential Learning & Teaching in Higher Education: Vol. 5: No. 1, Article 10.

Wagers, S., Pate, M., & Busick, T. (2022). Prosecutorial decision making in domestic violence cases: Are prosecutors holding offenders accountable? Journal of Interpersonal Violence. doi:10.1177/08862605221102446