Stewart’s recent research has found that neighborhood ecological characteristics influence recidivism, aspirations, and violence.
2015. “The Social Context of Latino Threat and Punitive-Latino Sentiment” Social Problems, 62:68-92.
2015. “Developmental Trajectories of Individuals’ Code of the Street Beliefs through Emerging Adulthood” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52:342-372 .
2015. “Whites’ Perceptions about Black Criminality: A Closer Look at the Contact Hypothesis” Crime and Delinquency 61 (September):996-1022.
2015. “Spatial Distance, Community Disadvantage, and Racial and Ethnic Variation in Prison Inmate Access to Social Ties” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency Online First: 1-35.
2014. “Incorporating Routine Activities, Activity Spaces, and Situational Definitions into the Social Schematic Theory of Crime” Criminology 52: 655-687.