Jillian Turanovic received her Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Arizona State University. Her research focuses on violent victimization and offending, correctional policy, and the collateral consequences of incarceration. She is a Graduate Research Fellow and W.E.B. DuBois Fellow of the National Institute of Justice, and her recent publications have appeared in Criminology, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Justice Quarterly, and Journal of Pediatrics.
2016. “Mental Health Service Needs in the Prison Boom: The Case of Children of Incarcerated Mothers” Criminal Justice Policy Review.
2016. “Racial Inequality, Ethnic Inequality, and the System Involvement of At-Risk Youth: Implications for the Racial Invariance and Latino Paradox Theses” Justice Quarterly. In press. .
2016. “Taking Stock of the Relationship between Gang Membership and Offending: A Meta-Analysis” Criminal Justice and Behavior 43:365-397.
2015. “Risky Lifestyles, Low Self-Control, and Violent Victimization across Gendered Pathways to Crime” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31:183-206.
2015. “Longitudinal Effects of Violent Victimization during Adolescence on Adverse Outcomes in Adulthood: A Focus on Prosocial Attachments” Journal of Pediatrics 166: 1062-1069.