2009 Participants


Jennifer Cobbina, Michigan State University, School of Criminal Justice -- "The Straight and Narrow: Women's Pathways to Recidivism and Desistance"

Mengyan Dai, Old Dominion University, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice -- "Procedural Justice during Police-Citizen Encounters: The Effects of Process-Based Policing on Citizen Compliance and Demeanor"

Gale Iles, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Department of Criminal Justice -- "Revisiting the Minority Threat Hypothesis: An Empirical Assessment of U.S. Prison Admissions from 1977-2002"

Schannae Lucas, California Lutheran University, Department of Criminal Justice -- "An Exploratory Look at the Juvenile Drug Court Decision Making Process"

Leslie Paik, The City College of New York, Department of Sociology -- "It's Not Just You on the Docket: Caseload Pressures on Individual Accountability"

Wenona Rymond-Richmond, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Department of Sociology -- "I Ain't Gonna Say it's the Worst Neighborhood in the City: Perceptions of Safety in a High Crime Neighborhood"

Bryan Sykes, University of California- Irvine, School of Social Ecology -- "Incarceration, Marital Uncertainty, and the Transition to Marriage among New Parents"

Xia Wang, Arizona State University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice -- "Examining the Effects of Perceived and Objective Structural Circumstances on Individual Perceptions about Undocumented Immigrants in the Southwest"