Stewart’s recent research has found that neighborhood ecological characteristics influence recidivism, aspirations, and violence.
Neighborhoods and Crime | Life Course Criminology | Youth Violence | Contextual Effects | Adolescent Outcomes | Social Control/Punishment
Ph.D. 2000, Iowa State University; Sociology
M.S. 1996, Auburn University; Sociology
B.A. 1995, Fort Valley State University; Criminal Justice
Moule, Richard K. Jr., Callie H. Burt, Eric A. Stewart, and Ronald L. Simons. 2015. “Developmental Trajectories of Individuals’ Code of the Street Beliefs through Emerging Adulthood” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52:342-372 .
Mancini, Christina, Daniel P. Mears, Eric A. Stewart, Justin Pickett, and Kevin M. Beaver. 2015. “Whites’ Perceptions about Black Criminality: A Closer Look at the Contact Hypothesis” Crime and Delinquency 61 (September):996-1022.
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.
Simons, Ronald L., Callie H. Burt, Ashley B. Barr, Man Kit Lei, and Eric A. Stewart . 2014. “Incorporating Routine Activities, Activity Spaces, and Situational Definitions into the Social Schematic Theory of Crime” Criminology 52: 655-687.
Berg, Mark T., Eric A. Stewart, Endya B. Stewart, and Ronald L. Simons. 2013. “A Multilevel Examination of Neighborhood Social Processes and College Enrollment.” Social Problems 60: 513-534.
Mears, Daniel P., Eric A. Stewart, Sonja E. Siennick, and Ronald L. Simons. 2013. “The Code of the Street and Inmate Violence: Investigating the Salience of Imported Belief Systems.” Criminology51: 695-728.
Stewart, Eric A. 2011. “Crime, Local Institutions, and Structural Inequality: The Cost of Payday Lending Institutions.” Criminology and Public Policy. 10:467-472.
Stewart, Eric A. and Ronald L. Simons. 2010. “Race, Code of the Street, and Violent Delinquency: A Multilevel Investigation of Neighborhood Street Culture and Individual Norms of Violence.” Criminology. 48:569-605.
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