Stults’ research focuses largely on discrimination in the application of social control. His recent work, published in Criminology and the American Journal of Sociology, addressed racial differences in arrest rates and variation in police force size as a result of perceived threat, fear, and prejudice.
2015. “In Prison and Far From Home: Spatial Distance Effects on Inmate Misconduct” Crime & Delinquency. Online First.
2015. “The Effect of Commuting on City-Level Crime Rates” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31: 331-350.
2014. “The ‘True’ Juvenile Offender: Age Effects and Juvenile Court Sanctioning” Criminology.
2014. “Unbalanced Institutional Commitments and Criminal Behavior: an Individual Level Assessment of Institutional Anomie Theory” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 12: 77-100.
2014. “Interpolating U.S. Decennial Census Tract Data from as Early as 1970 to 2010: A Longitudinal Tract Database” The Professional Geographer 66: 412-420.