Recent Publication by SHSU Faculty, Graduate Students and Alumni

Here is a list of recent publications by faculty, graduate students and alumni of Sam Houston State University, College of Criminal Justice.

**Akyuz, K. & Armstrong, T. (2011). Understanding the sociostructural correlates of terrorism in Turkey. International Criminal Justice Review, 21(2), 134-155.

Benson, M.L., Alarid, L.F.**, Burton, V.S. & Cullen. F.T. (2011). Reintegration or stigmatizations? Offenders expectations of community re-entry. Journal of Criminal Justice. Advance online publication.

Bouffard, J.A. & Bouffard, L.A. (2011). What works (or doesn’t) in a DUI court? An example of expedited case processing. Journal of Criminal Justice, 39(4), 320-328.

Bouffard, L. A. & Bouffard, J.A. (2011). Understanding men’s perceptions of risks and rewards in a date rape scenario. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 55(4), 626-645.

Bucheli, S.R., Bytheway, J.A., Gangitano, D.A. (2010). Necrophagous caterpillars provide human mtDNA evidence. Journal of Forensic Science, 55(4):1130-1132.

*Cihan, A. and Wells, W. (2011). Citizens’ opinions about police discretion in criminal investigations. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 34(2), 347-362.

Del Carmen, R.V., **Nolasco, C.A., and Vaughn, M. S. ( 2011).What Herring hath wrought: An analysis of Post-Herring cases in the federal courts. American Journal of Criminal Law, 38(2), 221-262.

Kim, H.J & Gerber, J. (2010). Evaluating the process of a restorative justice conference: An examination of the factors that lead to reintegrative shaming. Asia Pacific Journal of Police & Criminal Justice, 8(2), 1-19.

King, W.R., Cihan, A.*, and Heinonen, J. (2011). The reliability of police employee counts: Comparing FBI and ICMA data 1954-2008. Journal of Criminal Justice. Advance online publication.

Knight, K.E. (2011). Assortative mating and partner influence on antisocial behavior across the life course. Journal of Family Theory and Review. Advance online publication.

Lee, H.Y. & Gerber, J. (2009). "We just do what we think is right. We just do what we are told:" perceptions of crime and justice of North Korean defectors. Asia Pacific Journal of Police & Criminal Justice, 7(1), 21-48

Lindgren, N.K., Bucheli, S.R., Archambeault, A. D. & Bytheway, J. A. (2011). Exclusion of forensically important flies due to burying behavior by the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta) in southeast Texas. Forensic Science International, 204(1-3), e1-e3.

Marion, N. E. & Oliver, W. (2012). The public policy of crime and criminal justice edition 2. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

**Morris, R. G., Gerber, J. and Menard, S. (2011). Social bonds, self-control, and adult criminality: A nationally representative assessment of Hirschi’s revised self-control theory Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38(6), 584-599.

Munoz, A., Gangitano, D.A., Smith, C.P., Boone, T.B., and Somogyi, G.T. (2010). Removal of urothelium affects bladder contractility and release of ATP but not release of NO in rat urinary bladder. BMC Urology, 10:10.

Pratt, T.C., Gau, J.M. and Franklin, T.W. (2011). Key ideas in criminology and criminal justice. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Roth, M. (2011). A history of crime and punishment: Readings and documents in criminal justice. University Readers Inc.

Souryal, S.S. (2011). Ethics in criminal justice: In search of the truth edition 5. Burlington, MA: Anderson Publishing

**Trulson, C.R., Caudill, J.W., Belshaw, S.H. & DeLisi, M. (2011). A problem of fit: extreme delinquents blended sentencing, and the determinants of continued adult sanctions. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 22(3), 263-284.

**Trulson, C.R., Delisi, M. & Marquart, J.W. (2011). Institutional misconduct, delinquent background, and rearrest frequency among serious and violent delinquent offenders. Crime & Delinquency, 57(5), 709-731.

Ward, J.T., Nobles, M.R., Lanza-Kaduce, L., Levett, L.M. & Tillyer, R. (2011). Caught in their own speed traps: The intersection of speed enforcement policy, police legitimacy and decision acceptance. Police Quarterly, 14 (3), 251-276.

Wells, W., Ling, W. and Ye, X. (2011). Patterns of near-repeat gun assaults in Houston. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. Advance online publication.

Wells, W. & Wu, Ling (2011). Proactive policing effects on repeat and near-repeat shootings in Houston. Police Quarterly, 14(3). 289-319.

Wynne, S.L. & Joo, H.J.. (2010) Predictors of School Victimization: Individual, Familial, and School Factors. Crime & Delinquency 57, 458-488.

Youstin, T.J, Nobles, M.R., Ward, J.T. and Cook, C.L. (2011) Assessing the generalizability of the near repeat phenomenon. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38(10), 1042-1063.

Zhao, J., Lai, Y.L.*, Ren, L. and Lawton, B. (2011). The impact of race/ethnicity and quality-of-life policing on public attitudes toward racially biased policing and traffic stops. Crime & Delinquency. Advance online publication.

Bold: Faculty
*: Graduate Student
**: Alumni

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