Faculty & Staff
Areas of Expertise
Research Methods, Recidivism Study, Comparative Criminology, and Official Corruption in China
PhD, SUNY Buffalo
Professional Publications & Contributions
Hartwell, Stephanie W., William Fisher, Xiaogang Deng, Debra Pinals, and Julianne Siegfriedt. 2016. “Intensity of Offending Following State Prison Release Among Persons Treated for Mental Health Problems While Incarcerated.” Psychiatric Services. Vol. 67 (#11): 49-54.
Fisher, William, Stephanie W. Hartwell, Xiaogang Deng, Carl Fulwiler, Debra A Pinals, Kristen Roy-Bujnowski. 2014. Recidivism among Released State Prison Inmates Who Received Mental Health Treatment While Incarcerated. Crime and Delinquency. Vol.60 (No. 6): 811-832.
Schutt, Russell K., Xiaogang Deng, and Taylor Stoehr. 2013. "Using Bibliotherapy to Enhance Probation and Reduce Recidivism." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 52:181-197.
Hartwell, Stephanie W., Xiaogang Deng, William Fisher, Julianne Siegfriedt, Kristen Roy-Bujnowski, Craig Johnson, and Carl Fulwiler. 2013. “Predictors of Accessing Substance Abuse Services Among Individuals with Mental Disorders Released from Correctional Custody,” Journal of Dual Diagnosis. Volume 9(1): 11-22.
Hartwell, Stephanie W., Xiaogang Deng, William Fisher, Carl Fulwiler, Usha Sambamoorthi, Craig Johnson, Debra Pinals, Lisa Sampson, and Julianne Siegfriedt. 2012. “Harmonizing Databases? Using a Quasi-Experimental Design to Evaluate a Public Mental Health Re-entry Program.” Evaluation and Program Planning. Volume 35(1): 461-472.
Hartwell, Stephanie, Xiaogang Deng, William Fisher, Carl Fulwiler, Debra Pinals, and Usha Sambamoorthi. 2011. “Harmonizing Databases: Research Notes on an Evaluation of a Public Mental Health Re-entry Program in Massachusetts.” Corrections and Mental Health: An Update of the National Institute of Corrections.
Deng, Xiaogang, and Lening Zhang and Andrea Leverentz. 2010. “Official Corruption During China’s Economic Transition: Historical Patterns, Characteristics, and Government Reactions.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice vol. 26 (1): 72-88.
Deng, Xiaogang. 2009. “Using Network Analysis to Explore Patterns of Corruption.” Sociological Focus. Vol. 42 (3): 276-84.
Deng, Xiaogang and Lening Zhang. 2009. "China's Cultural Export and Its Surging Cultural Power in the World." Pp 106-121, in Mingjiang Li (Edit). China's Soft Power in the Contemporary World. Lexington-Rowman & Littlefield.
Hartwell, Stephanie, William Fisher and Xiaogang Deng. 2009. "The Impact of Regionalization on Reentry Service Outcomes for Individuals with Severe Mental Illness" Psychiatric Services. Vol. 60 (3):394-397.
View Professor Deng's Curriculum Vitae
Evaluation of recidivism in parole in Massachusetts and interview parolees to obtain their parole experiences in re-entry process; quantitative analysis of re-entry of ex-inmates with psychiatric disabilities; and study social inequality and official corruption in China.