Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications 2018

Boggess, L., Powers, R.A., and Chamberlain, A. (2018). Sex, Race, and Place: Taking an Intersectional Approach to Understanding Neighborhood-Level Violent Crime across Race and Sex. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 55(4), 493-537.
 
Lawshe, N.L., Burruss, G.W., Giblin, M. J., & Schafer, J.A. (2018) “Behind the lens: police attitudes toward body-worn cameras and organizational justice.”, Journal of Crime and Justice.
 
Schafer, J.A., Lee, C., Burruss, G. W., & Giblin, M.J. (2018). “College Student Perceptions of Campus Safety Initiatives.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 29(4), 319-340.
 
Burruss, G.W. & Johnson, A. (forthcoming) “Online survey research methods.” In J.C. Barnes and David R. Forde (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Research Methods and Statistical Techniques in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley-Blackwell.
 
Holt, T.J., Burruss, G.W., Bossler, A.M. (2018) “An examination of English and Welsh constables' perceptions of the seriousness and frequency of online incidents.” Policing and Society. DOI: 10.1080/10439463.2018.1450409
 
Brewer, K. T., J. K. Cochran, R. A. Powers, & C. S. Sellers.  “Intimate Partner Violence and the Capacity and Desire for Self-Control.” Deviant Behavior.
 
Shadmanfaat, S. M., J. K. Cochran, C. N. Meade, & S. Kabiri. “Soccer Hooliganism in Iran: A Test of Agnew’s General Strain Theory.”  Deviant Behavior.
 
Shadmanfaat, S. M., C. J. Howell, C. N. Muniz, J. K. Cochran, S. Kabiri, & E. Fontaine. “Cyberbullying Perpetration: An Empirical Test of Social Learning Theory in Iran.”  Deviant Behavior. doi: 10.1080/01639625.2019.1565513.
 
Shadmanfaat, S. M., J. K. Cochran, S. F. Allen, A. G. Toth,* & S. Kabiri.  “Sports Gambling among Iranians: A Test of Control and Rational Choice Theories.”  Deviant Behavior.
 
Rosa, M., & J. K. Cochran. “Religion, Religiosity, and Opposition toward Same-Sex Marriage: Sanctity of Marriage or Heterosexist Beliefs?”  Sociological Focus.
 
Godcharles, B.D., J. D. Rad, K. M. Heide, J. K. Cochran, & E. P.
Solomon.  “Effect of Empathy on Death Penalty Support in Relation to the Racial Divide and Gender Gap.”  Behavioral Sciences and the Law.
 
Dembo, R., Faber, J., Cristiano, J., Wareham, J., Krupa, J. M., & Terminello, A. (2018). Health risk latent class analysis involving multiple gender and race/ethnicity groups. Journal of Community Medicine and Health Education.
 
Dembo, R., Faber, J., Wareham, J., Krupa, J. M., DiClemente, R.J., & Schmeidler, J. (2018). Sexual minority youth in the juvenile justice system: A poignant need group. Journal of Community Medicine and Health Education.
 
Dembo, R., Faber, J., Cristiano, J., Wareham, Krupa, J. M., Schmeidler, J., Terminello, A. (2018). Family problems, mental health and trauma experiences of justice-involved youth. Medical Research Archives. 
 
Dembo, R., Faber, J., Cristiano, J., Wareham, J., DiClemente, R., Krupa, J. M., & Terminello, A. (2018). Psychometric evaluation of a brief depression measure for justice involved youth: A multi-group comparison. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse.
 
Fox, B. H., & Farrington, D. P. “What have we learned from offender profiling?: A systematic review and meta-analysis of 40 years of research.” Psychological Bulletin, 144, 1247-1274.
 
DeLisi, M., Fox, B. H., Fully, M., & Vaughn, M. “The effects of temperament, psychopathy, and childhood trauma among delinquent youth: A test of DeLisi and Vaughn’s temperament-based theory of crime.” International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 57, 53-60.
 
Fox, B.H., Moule, R. K., & Parry, M. “Categorically complex: A latent class analysis of public perceptions of police militarization.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 58, 33-46.
 
Fox, B.H., Moule, R. K., & Miley, L. “Resting heart rate and risk of violent encounters during arrest in a sample of law enforcement officers.” Journal of Criminal Psychology, 8, 265-286.
 
Fegadel, A.R. & Heide, K.M.  (2018). NIBRS and SHR: A Comparison of Two National Homicide Data Bases with Respect to Parricide. Victims & Offenders, 13(2), 235-256.
 
Heide, K.M. (2018).  Juvenile Violence.  In Javier Trevino (Ed.), Cambridge Handbook of Social Problems, Volume 2 (pp. 345-361).  Cambridge, England:  Cambridge University Press.
 
Heide, K.M. (2018).  Juvenile Homicide in the 21st Century. In J.R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Adolescence, 2nd Ed.  (pp. 2022-2033). New York: Springer Publishing Company. 
 
Heide, K.M. (2018).  Parricide Offenders in the 21st Century. In J.R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Adolescence, 2nd Ed.  (pp. 2713-2722). New York: Springer Publishing Company. 
 
Khachatryan, N., Heide, K.M., & Hummel, E.V. (2018).  Recidivism Patterns among Two Types of Juvenile Homicide Offenders:  A 30-Year Follow-Up Study.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62(2), 404-426.
 
Jaynes, C.M & T.A. Loughran. (2018). “Social preferences as an individual difference in offender decision-making.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 56, 129-169.
 
Leiber, M., M. Beaudry-Cyr, J. Peck & K. Mack. “Sentencing recommendations by probation officers and sentencing by judges: An examination of adult offenders across gender”.  Women & Criminal Justice 28: 100-124.
 
Leiber, M. & M. Beaudry-Cyr.  “Race/ethnicity, sentencing and corrections” in H. Griffin and V. Woodward (eds.) Handbook of Corrections in the United States.  Routledge.  United Kingdom.
 
Leiber, M.  Settlement Agreement – United States through the Department of Justice with Shelby County, Tennessee, the County Mayor and the County Attorney, and the Juvenile Court of Memphis and Shelby County (JCMSC).  Eleventh Compliance Report – Equal Protection. June  1-43.
 
Lu, Y. (2018). “Rural and Urban Differences in Gender‐Sentencing Patterns of Pennsylvania”. Rural Sociology, 83, 402-430.
 
Steffensmeier, D., Lu, Y., & Kumar, S. (2018). “Age–Crime Relation in India: Similarity or Divergence vs. Hirschi/Gottfredson Inverted J-Shaped Projection?”. The British Journal of Criminology, 59, 144-165.
 
Lynch, M. J. Acknowledging the Female Victim of Green Crime: Environmental Exposure of Women to Industrial Pollutants. Feminist Criminology 13, 4: 404-427.
 
Lynch, M. J. To Protect and Kill: United States Fish and Wildlife Service’s Management of Human-Wildlife Conflict, 1996-2011. Society & Animals. 26,4.
 
Lynch, M. J., and L. Genco. Animal Abuse Registries: Expanded Interest in Animal Protection Mimics other Criminal Justice Policies, But Should Green Criminologists Hop on the Band-Wagon? Contemporary Justice Review.   21, 4: 351-370.
 
Lynch, M. J., P.B. Stretesky and M.A. Long.  Situational Crime Prevention and Ecological Regulation: A Review and Discussion. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 679 (1): 178-196.
 
Lynch, M. J., P.B. Stretesky and M. A. Long. Green Criminology and Indigenous/Native Peoples: The Treadmill of Production and the Killing of Indigenous Environmental Activists. Theoretical Criminology  22,3: 318-341.
 
Lynch, M. J., P.B. Stretesky and M. A. Long. Blaming the Poor for Biodiversity Loss: Environmental Justice and the Study of Poaching and Wildlife Trafficking.  Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 25, 3: 263-275.  
 
Lynch, M. J., and P. B. Stretesky. Smell the Death, Hear the Cries: Radical-Green Criminology in the Era of Global Environmental Collapse. Radical Criminology 6: 245-77.
 
Lynch, M. J.  Conflict and Crime: Marx, Engels and Marxist/Radical Criminology. In R. Triplet (ed), The Wiley Handbook of the History and Philosophy of Criminology.  Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 
 
Lynch, M. J., and K. L. Barrett.  Environmental Crime and Justice: A Green Criminological Examination.  In Holifield, Chakraborty and Walker (eds),  Handbook for Environmental Justice.  London: Routledge.
 
Lynch, M. J., P.B. Stretesky and M. A. Long. Treadmill of Production Theory and Green Criminology: Theory and Hypotheses for Further Development of a Green Criminology.  In H. Mol, D. Goyes, N. South and A. Brisman      (eds), Introducción a la Criminología Verde: Conceptos para nuevos horizontes y diálogos socioambientales. Bogota, Columbia: Fondo Editorial de la Universidad Antonio Nariño. 
 
Barrett, K.L., M. J. Lynch, M. A. Long and P. B. Stretesky.  Do Fines Deter? Monetary Penalties and Compliance with Environmental Laws.   American Journal of Criminal Justice 43, 3:530-550.
 
Cochran, J., M.J. Lynch, E. Toman and R. Shields. Court Sentencing Patterns for Environmental Crimes:  Is There a “Green” Gap?” Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 34, 1: 37-66.
 
Long, M. A., M. J. Lynch and P. B. Stretesky. The Great Recession, the Treadmill of Production and Ecological Disorganization: Did the Recession Affect Ecological Disorganization Across US States, 2005-2014?   Ecological Economics 146: 184-192.
 
Long, M. A., and M. J. Lynch.  Food Waste (Non)Regulation Crime.  In R. Hinch and A. Gray’s (eds), A Handbook of Food Crime.  Bristol, UK: Polity Press. 
 
Mckie, R., P. B. Stretesky, M. J. Lynch and M.A. Long. The Criminal Kind: Green Criminology and the Prevention of Ecological Destruction. In E. Orlando and T. Bergin’s (eds), Forging a Socio-Legal Approach to Environmental Harms: Global Perspectives. London: Routledge.
 
Song, H., and M. J. Lynch. Restoration of nature or special interests? A green criminological analysis of the Four Major Rivers Restoration Project in South Korea. Critical Criminology.  26, 2: 251-270.
 
Stretesky, P. B., R. McKie, M. A. Long, M. J. Lynch and K. L. Barrett. Where Have all the Falcons Gone? Saker Falcon Exports in a Global Economy. Global Ecology and Conservation. 13:e00372
 
Mitchell, O. & G. Ridgeway. 2018. "Assessing the Fairness and Effectiveness of Bicycle Stops in Tampa." Police Quarterly.
 
Toth, A.G. & O. Mitchell. 2018. "A Qualitative Examination of the Effects of International Counter-Drug Interdictions." International Journal of Drug Policy.
 
Mitchell, O. 2018. "The Paradox of a Black Incarceration Boom in an Era of Declining Black Crime: Causes and Consequences." In Making a Black Criminology: Race, Theory, and Crime: Advances in Criminological Theory, Vol. 24, edited by J.D. Unnever, S.L. Gabbidon, and C. Chouhy. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. 
 
Mitchell, O. 2018. "The War on Drugs and American Corrections." Pp. 245-253 in Handbook of Corrections in the United States, edited by O. H. Griffith and V. Woodward. New York: Routledge. 
 
Mitchell, O. 2018. “A Review of Judging Addicts: Drug courts and coercion in the justice system.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 29, 310-313. 
 
Mitchell, O. 2018. “Understanding police use of force via hospital administrative data: Prospects and problems.” JAMA Network Open (September 14, 2018). 
 
Moule Jr., R. K., Burruss, G. W., Parry, M. M., & Fox, B. In Press. “Assessing the direct and indirect effects of legitimacy on public empowerment of police: A study of public support for police militarization in America”. Law and Society Review.               
Marier, C. J., & Moule Jr., R. K. In Press. “Feeling blue: Officer perceptions of public antipathy predict police occupational norms”. American Journal of Criminal Justice.
 
Scheitle, C. P., Moule Jr., R. K., & Fox, B. H. In Press. “Googling in fear: Measuring moral panic using Internet searches before and after Obama’s 2008 election”. Deviant Behavior.
 
Moule Jr., R. K., Parry, M. M., & Fox, B. In Press. “Public support for police use of SWAT: The relevance of legitimacy”. Journal of Crime and Justice.             
 
Moule Jr., R. K., Fox, B. H., & Parry, M. M. In Press. “The long shadow of Ferguson: Legitimacy, legal cynicism, and public perceptions of police militarization”. Crime and Delinquency.
 
Fox, B. H., Miley, L., & Moule Jr., R. K. 2018. “Resting heart rate and risk of violent encounters during arrest in a sample of law enforcement officers”. Journal of Criminal Psychology, 8, 265-286.
 
Fox, B. H., Moule Jr., R. K., & Parry, M. M. 2018. “Categorically complex: A latent class analysis of public perceptions of police militarization”. Journal of Criminal Justice, 58, 33-46.
 
Powers, R.A., Kaukinen, C., and Khachatryan, N. (2018). Risk factors for absconding among adult parolees. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62(14), 4622 – 4641.
 
Powers, R.A., and Leili, J. (2018). Bar Training for Active Bystanders (BarTAB): An evaluation of a community-based bystander intervention program. Violence Against Women, 24(15), 1614-1634.
 
Kaukinen, C., Anderson, K., Jasinski, J., Mustaine, E.E., Powers, R.A., Hughes Miller, M., Jennings, W.G., Nobles, M., & Yegidis, B. (2018). The direction of violence against women research and evaluation. Women & Criminal Justice, 28(3), 189-211.
 
Powers, R.A., Chamberlain, A., and Boggess, L. (2018). The impact of structural disadvantage on the gender gap and sex-specific rates of non-lethal violent victimization. Crime & Delinquency, 64(2), 201-226.