Steven Zane received his Ph.D. in Criminology from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University. Additionally, Dr. Zane holds a J.D. from Boston College Law School. His research interests are juvenile transfers, racial disparities in juvenile and criminal justice processing, crime prevention, and criminal law and punishment. Dr. Zane’s published work has appeared in Justice Quarterly, Criminology & Public Policy, Journal of Criminal Justice, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, and British Journal of Criminology.
2019. “Association of a Crime Prevention Program for Boys with Mortality 72 Years After the Intervention: Follow-up of a Randomized Clinical Trial.” JAMA Network Open, 2(3), e190782..
2018. “Criminal offending and mortality over the full life-course: age-90 follow-up of the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology.
2018. “Exploring the minority threat hypothesis for juveniles in criminal court: Static versus dynamic threat and diffuse versus targeted effects.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 16, 418–441.
2018. “Toward an “age of imposed use”? Evidence-based crime policy in a law and social science context.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 29, 280–300.
2018. “The centrality of theory in modern day crime prevention: Developments, challenges, and opportunities.” Justice Quarterly, 35, 139–161.