research

Brian J. Stults

Lindsey, Andrea M., Daniel P. Mears, Joshua C. Cochran, William D. Bales and Brian J. Stults. 2015. “In Prison and Far From Home: Spatial Distance Effects on Inmate Misconduct” Crime & Delinquency. Online First.

Cochran, Joshua C., Daniel P. Mears, William D. Bales, and Eric A. Stewart . 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.

Stults, Brian J, and Matthew Hasbrouck. 2015. “The Effect of Commuting on City-Level Crime Rates” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31: 331-350.

John R. Logan, Zengwang Xu, Brian J. Stults. 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.

Stults, Brian J., and Christi S. Falco. 2014. “Unbalanced Institutional Commitments and Criminal Behavior: an Individual Level Assessment of Institutional Anomie Theory” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 12: 77-100.

Mears, Daniel P., Joshua C. Cochran, Brian J. Stults, Sarah J. Greenman, Avinash S. Bhati, and Mark A. Greenwald. 2014. “The ‘True’ Juvenile Offender: Age Effects and Juvenile Court Sanctioning” Criminology 52: 169-194.

Logan, John R., Zengwang Xu, and Brian Stults . 2014. “Interpolating US Decennial Census Tract Data from as Early as 1970 to 2010: A Longitudinal Tract Database” The Professional Geographer.

Chiricos, Ted, Elizabeth K. Stupi, Brian J. Stults, and Marc Gertz. 2014. “Undocumented Immigrant Threat and Popular Support for Social Controls” Social Problems 61: 673-692.

Ryan C. Meldrum, Brian J. Stults. 2012. “Student Performance in Research Methods Classes: Evaluating the Predictive Validity of the Drama Scale” Journal of Criminal Justice Education.

Brian J. Stults. 2010. “Determinants of Chicago Neighborhood Homicide Trajectories, 1965-1995” Homicide Studies.

Stults, Brian J., Karen F. Parker, and Erin C. Lane. 2010. “Space, Place, and Immigration: New Directions for Research on Police Stops” Race, Ethnicity, and Policing: New and Essential Readings.

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