More than 60 co-authored publications were published by FSU Criminology students and faculty in the last six years.
2013. “Genetic Risk Factors Correlate with County-Level Violent Crime Rates and Collective Disadvantage” Journal of Criminal Justice.
2013. “A Multilevel Examination of Neighborhood Social Processes and College Enrollment” Social Problems.
2012. “Neighborhood Cultural Heterogeneity and Adolescent Violence” Journal of Quantitative Criminology.
2012. “Racial/Ethnic Differentials in Sentencing to Incarceration” Justice Quarterly.
2012. “A Multi-City Analysis of Foreclosure and Crime Across Neighborhoods” Social Science Quarterly.
2012. “Racial Disadvantage and Incarceration: Sources of Wage Inequality among African American, Latino and White Men” Reinventing Race, Reinventing Racism.
2011. “Crime, Local Institutions, and Structural Inequality: The Cost of Payday Lending Institutions” Criminology & Public Policy.
2011. “The Interaction Between Neighborhood Disadvantage and Genetic Factors in the Prediction of Antisocial Outcomes” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
2009. “The Code of the Street and African-American Adolescent Violence” NIJ Research in Brief.
2008. “Lessons of the Street Code: Policy Implications for Reducing Violent Victimization Among Disadvantaged Citizens” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.
2007. “The Effect of Neighborhood Context on the College Aspirations of African American Adolescents” American Educational Research Journal.
2007. “Either They Don’t Know it or They Don’t Care: Black Males and Negative Police Experiences” Criminology & Public Policy.
2006. “Young African American Women, the Street Code, and Violence: An Exploratory Analysis” Journal of Crime and Justice.