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  • Allen, J. & Cancino, J. (2012). Social disorganization, Latinos, and juvenile crime in the Texas borderlands. Journal of Criminal Justice 40(2), 152-163.

  • Berry, F. & Piechocki, G. (2011) Maricopa revisited: Findings from a probation offender survey. Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice.

    Berry, F., & Molina-Moore, T. (2013). Identifying obstacles to real justice: An ethical critique of race-based jury nullification. Journal of Intercultural Disciplines, 13, 88-106.

  • Summers, L., & Caballero, M. (2017). Spatial conjunctive analysis of (crime) case configurations: Using Monte Carlo methods for significance testing. Applied Geography, 84, 55-63.

  • Dittita Tititampruk and Lindsay Deveau, "Burglary hot spots in Bangkok, Thailand". American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November, 2016.

    Hirschel, D. & Deveau, L. (2016) The Impact of Primary Aggressor Laws on Single Versus Dual Arrest in Incidents of Intimate Partner Violence. Violence Against Women, 1-22.

  • Elliott, K.A, & Pollock, J.M.  (2012). The ethics of force: duty, principle, and morality. In B.D. Fitch (Ed.) Law enforcement ethics: Classic and contemporary challenges for the new millennium. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

    Elliot, K.A. (2012). Academi (Blackwater). In L.M. Salinger & G. Golson (Eds.) Encyclopedia of White Collar and Corporate Crime, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  • Fenimore, Danielle, "Using Innovative Samples to Examine Crime and Criminal Justice: Comparing GSS and MTurk". American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.

  • Fernandez, Allison J., and Kienzle, Megan. "Exploring VTC Program Satisfaction, Knowledge, and Voluntariness". Academiy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri. March 2017.

    Fernandea, Allison J., and Bowman, Scott W. "A Multilevel Analysis of Teen Course". American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana. November 2016.

  • Book Review of Prevention and Youth Cime: Is Early Intervention Working? International Criminal Justice Review. 2011
     

  • Holleran, L.B., Vaughan, T.J., & Vandiver, D.M. (2016). Juror decision making in death penalty sentencing when presented with defendant's histories of child abuse or neglect. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 34(6), 742-766.

  • Mijares, T., Ling, H. & Jennings, K. (2012) A New development in sensory enhancing technology. Journal of the Global Homeland Security Education Network, 1(1), 89-104.

  • Morley, R.H., Terranova, V., Cunningham, S. & Kraft, G. (2016). Self Compassion and Predictors of Criminality. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 25(5), 503-517.

  • Krajewski, Andrea "Understanding State Crime Through the Extrajudicial Killing of Journalists". American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.

  • Leverenz, Kevin "Restore Rundberg: Leveraging Community Engagement to Reduce Crime and Fear of Crime:. Problem-Oriented Policing Conference (Tempe, AZ), October 2016.

  • Lopez, K. (Forthcoming, 2013). David Matza.  In J. M. Miller (Ed). Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology. Los Angeles: Wiley-Blackwell.

    Lopez, K., & Miller, H.V. (2011). Ethnicity, acculturation, and offending: Findings from a sample of Hispanic adolescents. The Open Family Studies Journal, 4, 27-37.

    Miller, H.V., Miller, J.M., Tillyer, R., & Lopez, K. (2010). Recovery and punishment in correctional settings: Reconciling conflicting objectives. In Stacy Burns & Mark Peyrot (Eds.), Research in Social Problems and Public Policy. Amsterdam: JAI Press.

    Miller, J.M., Higgins, G., & Lopez, K. (2010). Cybercrime awareness and prevention: A critical review of online resources. In Christopher Reddick (Ed.), Citizens and E-Government: Evaluating Policy and Management. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference Publishers.

  • Martinez-Prather, Kathy "An Empirical Test of the School to Prison Pipeline". American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016

    Martinez-Prather, K., McKenna, J.M., Bowman, S. (2016) The School-to-prison pipeline: how roles of school-based enforcement officers may impact disciplinary actions. Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, 4(2), 244-272.

  • Elsass, H.J., McKenna, J.M., & Schildkraut, J. (2016) Rethinking Crisis Communications on Campus: An Evaluation of Faculty and Staff Perceptions about Emergency Notification Systems. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 1-23. Doi 10.1515/jhsem-2016-0047

    Martinez-Prather, K., McKenna, J.M., Bowman, S. (2016) The School-to-prison pipeline: How roles of school-based enforcement officers may impact disciplinary actions. Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, 4(2), 244-272.

    Varano, S., & McKenna, J.M. (2016). Juvenile crime and bullying: The methodological and measurement issues. In S. Bynum, & B. Huebner (Ed.), The Handbook of Measurement Issues in Criminology and Criminal Justice, (49-68). New York: Wiley & Sons.

  • Mueller, K.C., Sandel, W.B. "A Preliminary Analysis of the Indigent Defense Voucher System in Comal County, Texas." American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.

  • Rogers, Tiffany "The Lethality of London Assoults and Proximity to an A&E". American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.

  • Martaindale, M.H., Sandel, W.L., & Blair, J.P. (2017) Active Shooter events in the workplace: Findings and policy implications. Journal of Business Continuity and Emergency Planning, 11(1), 1-15.

    Jarrell, M., Ozymy, J., & Sandel, W.L. (2017). Where the wild things are: Animal victimization at the intersection of wildlife law and environmental law. Contemporary Justice Review, 20(3)m 319-335.

    Sandel, W.L., & Mullins, W. Mens Rea. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology. (2017). SAGE Publication.

    Sandel, W.L., & Mullins, W. Social Disorganization Theory. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology. (2017). SAGE Publication.

    Sandel, W.L. "21 Feet to Safety? Examining How Close Law Enforcement Should be to a Citizen if He/She Attacks." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Kansas City, MO) March 2017.

    Sandel, W.L. "Startle responses during interactions with police officers and the dangers that follow." American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.

    Mueller, K., & Sandel, W.L. "A preliminary analysis of the voucher system in the United States." American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.

    Sandel, W.L. "The Standard for Safe Distance for Law Enforcement Shootings." Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training Center (San Marcos, TX). November 2016.

    Sandel, W.L. & Mullins, W. "Developing Scenario-Based Training for Law Enforcement: A Focus on Keeping Training Reality-Based." Society for Police and Criminal Psychology (Austin, TX). September 2016.

    Mullins, W. & Sandel, W.L. "Mad, bad, and sad: Applying a quick diagnosis for negotiations." Society for Police and Criminal Psychology (Austin, TX) September 2016.

    Mullins, W. & Sandel, W.L. "The over use of hyperbole in the media portrayal of crisis events." Society for Police and Criminal Psychology (Austin, TX) September 2016.

  • Schildkraut, J. (2012, In Press). The Remote Is Controlled By The Monster: Issues of Mediatized Violence and School Shootings. In Glenn W. Muschert & Johanna Sumiala (Eds.) School Shootings: Mediatized Violence in a Global Age (pp. 235-258). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing Group Limited.  

    Schildkraut, J. (2012). Serial killers: Psychiatry, criminology, responsibility. Book review for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, Rutgers University. Available at http://clcjbooks.rutgers.edu/books/serial-killers/.

    Schildkraut, J. (2012). An Inmate’s Right To Die: Legal and Ethical Considerations in Death Row Volunteering. Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society. (Online First – doi: 10.1080/1478601X.2012.720575)
     
    Schildkraut, J. (2012, Forthcoming). Media and Massacre: A Comparative Analysis of the Reporting of the 2007 Virginia Tech Shootings. Fast Capitalism, 9(1).

    Schildkraut, J., & Donley, A.M. (2012). Murder in Black: A Media Distortion Analysis of 2010 Homicides in Baltimore. Homicide Studies, 16(2), 175-196.

    Schildkraut, Jaclyn and Glenn W. Muschert.  (2014).  “Media Salience and the Framing of Mass Murder in Schools: A Comparison of the Columbine and Sandy Hook School Massacres.”  Homicide Studies, 18(1), 23-43.  Online First in 2013

    Schildkraut, Jaclyn and Elizabeth Erhardt Mustaine.  (2014).  “Movin’, But Not Up To The East Side:  Foreclosures and Social Disorganization in Orange County, FL.”  Housing Studies, 29(2), 177-197.  Online First in 2013

    Schildkraut, Jaclyn and Glenn W. Muschert.  (2013).  “The Usual Suspects: Violent Media, Guns, and Mental Illness.”  Fast Capitalism, 10(1).  Available at http://www.uta.edu/huma/agger/fastcapitalism/10_1/schildkraut10_1.html.  

    Schildkraut, Jaclyn and Tiffany Cox Hernandez.  (2013, Forthcoming).  “Laws That Bit The Bullet: A Review of Legislative Responses to School Shootings.”  American Journal of Criminal Justice.  doi: 10.1007/s12103-013-9214-6

  • Scott, S. E.  (----).  Race/ethnicity, historiographic private prisons, and labor punishment.  In S. Bowman (Ed.), Racism in the U.S. prison system (--- - ---).  Santa Barbara:  ABC-CLIO/Greenwood. 

    Pollock, J. M., & Scott, S. E.  (2008). Study guide: Crime & justice in America: An introduction to criminal justice. Cincinnati: LexisNexis/Anderson Publishing. 

    Chamlin, M., & Scott, S.E.  (Under review.)  Extending the hours of operation of alcohol serving establishments:  An assessment of an innovative strategy to reduce the problems arising from the after-hours consumption of alcohol.

  • Shaw, Callie "Active Shooter Events fronm 2000-2016: Findings and Policy Implications." Society for Police & Criminal Psychology (Austin, TX) September 2016.

    Shaw, Callie "Active Shooter Events from 2000-2016: Findings and Policy Implications." American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA) November 2016.

  • Smith, Barbara "Latino Students and Border Patrol Checkpoints." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Kansas City, MO). March 2017.

    Smith, Barbara "Offender Decision-making: The Influence of Drugs and Alcohol." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Kansas City, MO). March 2017.

    Smith, Barbara "Mental Health, Gender, History of Substance Abuse, and Drug Court Completion." Western Society of Criminology (Las Vegas, NV). February 2017.

    Smith, Barbara "Deportation Outcomes and Proceedings." American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.

  • Tititampruk, Dittita, and Deveau, Lindsay, "The Hot Spots for Residential Burglary in Bankok, Thailand." American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.

  • Holleran, L.B., Vaughan, T.J., & Vandiver, D.M. (2017). Juror decision making in death penality sentencing when presented with defendant's histories of child abuse or neglect. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 34(6), 742-766.

    Vaughan, T.J., Kringen, J., & Felson, M. "Relating Nights Out to Daytime and Nightime Victimization Risk: Measuring Lifestyle or Opportunity?" American Society of Criminology (New Orleans, LA). November 2016.