Recent Publications

Aptekar, Sofya. 2017. “Super-diversity as a Methodological Approach: Re-centering Power and Inequality.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. Special Issue: Super-diversity in Everyday Life.

Aptekar, Sofya. 2017. “Looking Forward, Looking Back: Collective Memory and Neighborhood Identity in Two Urban Parks.” Symbolic Interaction 40(1): 101-121.

Bersani, Bianca E., Adam D. Fine, Alex R. Piquero, Laurence Steinberg, Paul J. Frick, and Elizabeth Cauffman. In press. “Investigating the Offending Histories of Undocumented Immigrants.” Migration Letters, Special Issue.

Bersani, Bianca E. and Elaine Eggleston Doherty. In press. “Desistance from Offending in the 21st Century.” Annual Review of Criminology.

DiPietro, Stephanie, Elaine Eggleston-Doherty and Bianca E. Bersani. In press. “Understanding the Role of Marriage in Black Women’s Offending over the Life Course.” Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology.

Bersani, Bianca E. and Alex R. Piquero. 2017. Examining Systematic Crime Reporting Bias Across Three Immigrant Generations: Prevalence, Trends, and Divergence in Self-Reported and Official Reported Arrests. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 33(4): 835-857.

Brenner, Philip S., Richard T. Serpe, and Sheldon Stryker. Forthcoming. “Role-specific Self-efficacy as Precedent and Product of the Identity Model.” Sociological Perspectives.

Brenner, Philip S. 2017. “Narratives of Error from Cognitive Interviews of Survey Questions about Normative Behavior.” Sociological Methods & Research, 46(3):540-564.

Brenner, Philip S. 2017. “Differential Effects of Time Constraints on Athletic Behavior and Survey Reports of Athletic Behavior.” Sociological Spectrum, 37:97-110.

Stets, Jan E., Philip S. Brenner, Peter J. Burke, and Richard T. Serpe. 2017. “The Science Identity and Entering a Science Occupation.” Social Science Research, 64:1-14.

Brown, Elizabeth K., Kelly M. Socia, and Jasmine R. Silver. (online first, October 2017). Conflicted conservatives, punitive views, and anti-Black racial bias 1974-2014. Punishment & Society.

Brown, Elizabeth K. and Socia, Kelly M. (online first, September 2016). Twenty-First Century Punitiveness: Social Sources of Punitive Views Reconsidered. Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

Brown, Elizabeth K. (online first, February 2016). Toward Refining the Criminology of Mass Incarceration: Group-Based Trajectories of US States, 1977-2010. Criminal Justice Review.

David Brotherton and Philip Kretsedemas (Eds). 2017 (forthcoming). Immigration Policy in the Age of Punishment: Detention, Deportation and Border Control. Columbia University Press.

Leverentz, Andrea and Monica Williams. (2017). “Contextualizing Community Crime Control: Race, geography, and configurations of control in four communities” Criminology, 55 (1): 112- 136.

Mayorga-Gallo, Sarah. 2018. “Whose best friend? Dogs and racial boundary maintenance in a multiracial neighborhood.” Sociological Forum, 33(2).

Malat, Jennifer, Sarah Mayorga-Gallo, and David R. Williams. 2018. “The effects of whiteness on the health of whites in the USA.” Social Science & Medicine, 199: 148-156.

Smith, Candis Watts and Sarah Mayorga-Gallo. 2017. “The New Principle-Policy Gap: How Diversity Ideology Subverts Diversity Initiatives.” Sociological Perspectives, 60(5): 889-911.

Mayorga-Gallo, Sarah and Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman. 2017. “Between Marginality and Privilege: Gaining access and navigating the field in multiethnic settings.” Qualitative Research, 17(4):377–394.

Kathrin Boerner, Jason Rodriquez, Emma Quach, and Meghan Hendrickson. Forthcoming. “Implementing the MOLST (Medical Order for Life-Sustaining Treatments): Challenges Faced by Nursing Home Staff. Geriatric Nursing.

Rodriquez, Jason and Susan D. Scott. 2018. “When Clinicians Drop Out and Start Over After an Adverse Clinical Event.” Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. Vol. 44:137–145.

Rodriquez, Jason. 2017. Doing More with Less: Intensive Care and the Logic of Flexible Teamwork. Research in the Sociology of Work: Emerging Conceptions of Work, Management, and the Labor Market. Vol. 30: 117-140.

Solari, Cinzia. 2018. On the Shoulders of Grandmothers: Gender, Migration, and Post-Soviet Nation-state Building. New York: Routledge.

Srinivas, Lakshmi. 2017. "One by Two.” South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 40(2): 370-372.

Wang, Leslie. Forthcoming. “‘Leftover Women’ and ‘Kings of the Candy Shop’: Gendering Chinese American Ancestral Homeland Migration to China.” American Behavioral Scientist, special issue on gender and migration.

Wozniak, Kevin H. (2018). An analysis of black-white racial differences in public support for nonviolent sentencing reform. Race and Justice. Online ahead of print.

Wozniak, Kevin H. (2017). Public opinion about gun control post-Sandy Hook. Criminal Justice Policy Review. 28(3), 255-278.

Wozniak, Kevin H. (2017). The relationship between perceptions of prison and support for the death penalty versus life without parole. Journal of Crime and Justice. 40(2), 222-237.

Drakulich, K., Hagan, J., Johnson, D. and Wozniak, Kevin H. (2017). Race, justice, policing, and the 2016 American presidential election. Du Bois Review, 14(1), 7-33. 

Zaykowski, Heather. (forthcoming) “Victim Consciousness among Youth and Responses to Violent Encounters.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

DeCamp, W., Zaykowski, Heather &. Lunn, B. (2017) “Victim-Offender Trajectories: Explaining Propensity Differences from Childhood to Adulthood through Risk and Protective Factors,” British Journal of Criminology, in press.

Carter, T. J., Parker, K. F., & Zaykowski, Heather. (2017) “Building Bridges: Linking Old Heads to Collective Efficacy in Disadvantaged Communities,” Sociological Forum, in press.