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Reference List of Faculty Publications

Below is a list of Criminology Faculty Publications

 

Faculty Listing and Research Interests Fall 2009

Gibbs, John, Dr.

Gibbs, J.J., Giever, D., & Pober, K.A. (2000). Criminology and the eye of the spirit: An introduction and application of the thoughts of Ken Wilber. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 16(1), 99-127.

Becknell, C., Mays, G.L., & Giever, D.M. (1999). Policy restrictiveness and police pursuits. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management,  22(1), 93-110.

Gibbs, J.J., Giever, D., & Martin, J.S. (1998). Parental management and self control: An Empirical Test of Gottfredson and Hirschi’s general theory. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency,  35(1), 40-70.

Gibbs, J.J., Puzzanchera, C.M., Hanrahan, K.J., & Giever, D. (1998). The influence of personal safety and other environmental concerns on sense of control and emotional well-being. Criminal Justice and Behavior,  25(4), 403-425.

 

Gido, Rosemary, Dr.

Books:

Gido, R. & Dalley, L. (Eds.) (2009). Women's Mental Health Issues Across the Criminal Justice System. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Alleman, T. & Gido, R. (Eds.) (1998). Turnstile Justice: Issues in American Corrections. Pearson Prentice Hall. 1st Edition. Gido and Alleman, 2nd Edition, June 2002.

Book Chapters:

Gido, R. (2009). "The World is Flat: Global and Criminal Justice Organizations and Workplaces in the 21st Century." In R. Muraskin and A. R. Roberts. Visions for Change: Crime and Justice in the 21 CenturyPearson Prentice Hall. 5th Edition.

Gido, R. & McDonald, D. (2005). "The Adult Interactive Learning Experience Program: Evaluating the Needs of Female Adult Offenders in Prison with Lower Intellectual Functioning." In R. Muraskin, It's a Crime: Women and JusticePearson Prentice Hall.

Gido, R. "The Techno-Economic Revolution: Re-Engineering Criminal Justice Organizations and Work-Places in R. Muraskin and A. R. Roberts (1999) Visions for Change: Crime and Justice in the 21 CenturyPearson Prentice Hall. 2nd Edition (revised for Third Edition (2001) and Fourth Edition (2005).

Gido, R. "Alexander Campbell's Molly Maguire Trial: The Miners and the Pinkertons" (2004) in F. Bailey and S. Chermak, Famous American Crimes and Trials. Praeger (Volume 2).

Gido, R. "Purshing on a Rope: The Struggle to Create Health Care Policy for Inmates with HIV/AIDS." In Hensley, C. Prison SexLynne Rienner. (2001).

Gido, R. "Organizational Change and Workforce Planning: Dilemmas for Criminal Justice Organizations for the Year 2000 in R. Muraskin and A. R. Roberts. (1996), Visions for ChangePearson Prentice Hall.

Articles: 

Gido, R. L., Castle, T., Dodson, K.D., & McDonald, D., Olsen, C., & Boyd, R. (2006). The Irish in Schuylkill County Prison: Ethnic conflict in pre- and post-Civil War Pennsylvania.  The Prison Journal, 86(2), 260-68. 

Gido, R. L. (1998). The evolution of the concepts: 'Correctional organization' and 'correctional change.' Criminal Justice Policy Research, 9, 5-11.

Gido, R. L. (1992). Invisible women: The status of incarcerated women with HIV/ADIS. The Justice Professional, 7, 25-33.

Gido, R. L. (1990). Teaching women and criminal justice: A retrospective. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 263-66.

Gido, R. L. (1989). Trends in jail admission rates. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 14, 1-15.

Gido, R. L. (1989). A demographic and epidemiological study of New York State inmate mortalities. The Prison Journal, 27-32.


Giever, Dennis, Dr.

Giever, D. (2007).Security education – past, present, and the future. Security Journal, 20, 23-25.

Kostanoski, J. (2007). Interview with Dennis M. Giever, PhD, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Journal of Security Education, 2(2), 107-119.

Gibbs, J.J., Giever, D., & Higgins, G.E. (2003). A test of Gottfredson and Hirschi’s general theory using structural equation modeling. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 30(4), 441-458.

Gibbs, J.J., Giever, D., & Pober, K.A. (2000). Criminology and the eye of the spirit: An introduction and application of the thoughts of Ken Wilber. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 16(1), 99-127.

Becknell, C., Mays, G.L., & Giever, D.M. (1999). Policy restrictiveness and police pursuits. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 22(1), 93-110.

Gibbs, J.J., Giever, D., & Martin, J.S. (1998).Parental management and self control: An Empirical Test of Gottfredson and Hirschi’s general theory. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 35(1), 40-70.

Gibbs, J.J., Puzzanchera, C.M., Hanrahan, K.J., & Giever, D. (1998). The influence of personal safety and other environmental concerns on sense of control and emotional well-being. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 25(4), 403-425.

 

Hanrahan, Kathleen, Dr.

Hanrahan, K., Gibbs, J.J., & Ziummerman, S.E. (2005). Parole and revocation: Perspectives of young adult offenders. The Prison Journal, 85(3), 251-269.


Lee, Daniel, Dr.
 

Lee, D.R., & Cohen, J.W. (2008). Examining strain in a school context. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 6(2), 115-135.


Martin, Jamie, Dr.

Castle, T.L., & Martin, J.S. (2006). Occupational hazard: Predictors of stress among jail correctional officers. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 31(1), 65-80.

Martin, J.S., & Hanrahan, K. (2004). Criminology freshmen: Preparation, expectations, and college performance. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 15(2), 287-309.


Merlo, Alida V., Dr.

Articles:

Benekos, P.J. & Merlo, A.V. (2008). Juvenile justice: The legacy of punitive punishment. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 6 (1), 28-46.

Merlo, A.V., Southerland, M.D., Robinson, L., Benekos, P.J., & Albanese, J. (2007). Ensuring quality in criminal justice education: Academic standards and the reemergence of accreditation. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 18, 87-105.

Benekos, P.J. & Merlo, A.V. (2005). Juvenile offenders and the death penalty: How far have standards of decency evolved? Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 3 (4), 316-333.

Merlo, A.V., & Benekos, P.J. (2003). Defining juvenile justice in the 21st century. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 1 (3), 276-288. 

Benekos, P.J, Merlo, A.V., Cook, W.J., & Bagley, K. (2002). A preliminary study of student attitudes on juvenile justice policy. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 13 (2), 273-296.

Merlo, A.V., & Benekos, P.J. (1997). Waiver and juvenile justice reform: Widening the punitive net. The Criminal Justice Policy Review, 8 (2-3), 145-168.

Pollock-Byrne, J.M., & Merlo, A.V. (1991). Against compulsory treatment: No `Quick Fix' for pregnant substance abusers. The Criminal Justice Policy Review, 5 (2), 79-99. 

Merlo, A.V., Benekos, P.J., & Cook, W.J. (1999). The juvenile court at 100 years: Celebration or Wake? The Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 50.

Merlo, A.V., Benekos, P.J., & Cook, W.J. (1998) Strategies for meeting the educational needs of non-traditional graduate students. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 9, 319-332.

Merlo, A.V., Benekos, P.J., & Cook, W.J. (1997). "Getting tough" with youth: Legislative waiver as crime control. The Juvenile and Family court Journal, 48, 1-15.

Merlo, A.V., Cook, W.J., & McHugh, T. (1993). Business travel and criminal victimization. Security Journal, 4.

Pollock-Byrne, J.M., & Merlo, A.V. (1991). Against compulsory treatment: No "Quick Fix" for pregnant substance abusers. The Criminal Justice Policy Review, 5(2), 79-99.

Merlo, A.V., Bennett, W.D., Leiker, K.K. (1987). Geographical patterns of incendiary and accidental fires in Springfield, Massachusetts, 1980-1984. The Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 3.


Myers, David, Dr. 

Boyd, R.J., Huss, S., & Myers, D.L. (2008). Antecedents and consequences of juvenile case processing: Where are we now, and where do we go from here? Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 6(2), 195-220.

Jordan, K.L., & Myers, D.L. (2007). The decertification of transferred youth: Examining the determinants of reverse waiver. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 5(2), 188-206.
 
Martin, R. & Myers, D.L. (2005). Public Response to prison siting: Perceptions of Impact on crime and safety. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 32(2), 143-171.
 
Myers, D.L. (2003). Adult crime, adult time: Punishing violent youth in the adult criminal justice system. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 1(2), 173-197.
 
Myers, D.L. (2003). The recidivism of violent youths in juvenile and adult court: A consideration of selection bias. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 1(1), 79-101.

Tibbetts, S.G., & Myers, D.L. (1999). Low self-control, rational choice, and student test cheating. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 23(2), 179-200.

 

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