Faculty Presentations at American Society of Criminology Conference

Posted on 12/5/2013 11:59:10 AM

The 2013 meeting of the American Society of Criminology was held in Atlanta, Georgia, in November. Below is a list of faculty presentations.

Gavin, S., Cooper, J.A., & Hanrahan, K. (2013, November). The future of the academy: Who’s looking for whom in 2013.

Hassett, M.R., Cooper, J.A., & Phaneuf, S.W. (2013, November). Prior victimization and gun ownership. 

Kim, B. (2013, November). A meta-analysis of the predictors of voluntary turnover in criminal justice organizations: Does agency type matter?

Kim, B. & Pikciunas, K.T. (2013, November). Help seeking among intimate partner violence victims.

Lambert, E., Hogan, N., Barton-Belessa, S., Griffin, M.L., Kim, B., & Garland, B. (2013, November). A review of the correctional staff burnout literature: Where are and where we need to be.

Merlo, A.V. & Benekos, P.J. (2013, November). Forces of reform in juvenile justice: A review of rejuvenalization.

Merlo, A.V. & Pollock, J.M. (2013, November). Sisters in criminology: Bringing gender into criminology.

Roth, J.J. & Roberts, J.J. (2013, November). Comparison of burglars’ and non-burglars’ target choices.

Wasileski, G. & Frenzel, E.D. (2013, November). “Did you hear about the latest scandal?”: A content analysis of media coverage of sexual assault scandals in college athletics.

Department of Criminology