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JOHN HAGAN

PERSONAL

Citizenship: Canada, USA

Marital Status: Married

Phone: 847-491-5688 (NU-Office); 312-988-6595 (ABF-Office); 847-475-0407 (Home)

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Ph.D., Sociology, University of Alberta, 1974


Specializations: (1) Deviance & Criminology; (2) Sociology of Law; (3) Social
Theory. Supervisor: G. Nettler, Dissertation Title: Criminal Justice in a Canadian
Province

Fellow, Institute in Law & Behavioral Sciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison,


Summer, 1972

M.A., Sociology, University of Alberta, 1971

B.A., Sociology, University of Illinois, 1968

UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS

John D. MacArthur Professor of Sociology and Law, Northwestern University, 1999 –


Present

Chair, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University, 2009 -

Co-Director & Research Professor, Center on Law & Globalization, American Bar
Foundation,
Chicago, Illinois, 1999 - Present

University Professor Emeritus of Law and Sociology, University of Toronto, 2004-


Present

University Professor and Professor of Law and Sociology, University of Toronto,


1997-2004.

Dahlstrom Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Law, University of North Carolina at

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Chapel Hill, 1994-1996

Professor, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, 1982-1996

Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1980-1982

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Erindale College, Centre of Criminology,


University of Toronto, 1977-1980

Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and School of Law, Indiana


University, 1977-1978

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Erindale College, Centre of Criminology,


University of Toronto, 1974-1977

Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Alberta, 1974

AWARDS AND HONORARY APPOINTMENTS

Elected Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2010

Stockholm Prize in Criminology, 2009, Stockholm Sweden (co-recipient with Raul


Zaffaroni, Justice of Argentina Supreme Court)

Albert J. Reiss Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award, Crime, Law & Deviance
Section, American Sociological Association Award, 2009 (withWenona Rymond-
Richmond for Darfur and the Crime of Genocide, Cambridge University Press).

Michael J. Hindelang Book Award, American Society of Criminology, 2009 (withWenona


Rymond-Richmond for Darfur and the Crime of Genocide, Cambridge University
Press).

Best Article Award (with for “How Law Rules: Torture, Terror and the Normative
Judgments of Iraqi Judges.” Law & Society Review, Vol. 42, pp. 605-644). Law
& Society Association, 2009.

Best Article Award (with Holly Foster for “S/he’s a Rebel: Toward a Sequential Stress
Theory of Delinquency and Gendered Pathways to Disadvantage in Emerging
Adulthood.” Social Forces, Vol. 82, pp. 53-86), Section on Mental Health,
American Sociological Association, 2005.

Albert J. Reiss Distinguished Scholar Award, Crime, Law & Deviance Section, American
Sociological Association, 2003 (for Northern Passage, Harvard University Press).

Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholar, 2001-2002

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The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, 1997-1998

Edwin H. Sutherland Award, The American Society of Criminology, 1997

C. Wright Mills Award, Society for the Study of Social Problems, 1998 (with Bill
McCarthy, for Mean Streets, Cambridge University Press).

Michael J. Hindelang Award, American Society of Criminology, 1998 (with Bill


McCarthy, for Mean Streets, Cambridge University Press).

Appointed Member, Panel on Juvenile Delinquency, Prevention and Control, National


Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 1997-1999

Distinguished Visiting Lectureship, Institute for the Study of Status Passages and Risks in
the Life Course, University of Bremen, April, 1998.

German Marshall Fund Fellow, 1996-1997

Alumni Wall of Recognition, Inducted Member, University of Alberta, 1995-

Killam Research Fellowship, The Canada Council, 1991-1993

Elected Fellow, Royal Society of Canada, 1988-

Oswald Hall Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, University of Toronto,


1994

Invited Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Palo Alto, Calif.,
deferred

Lansdown Lecturer, University of Victoria, Spring, 1992

Appointed Member, Task Force on Gender Equality in the Legal Profession, Canadian Bar
Association, 1991-1993

Appointed Member, Panel on High Risk Youth, National Academy of Sciences,


Washington, D.C., 1989-1993

Elected Fellow, American Society of Criminology, 1985-

Elected to Membership, Sociological Research Association, 1985-

Distinguished Scholar Award, American Sociological Association, Section on Crime, Law


and Deviance, 1989.

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Outstanding Scholarship Award, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Crime
and Juvenile Delinquency Division, 1989.

Beto Chair Lecturer, Sam Houston State University, November, 1990.

Appointed Fellow, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, 1987-1990.

Appointed Research Fellow, Statistics Canada, 1986-1990.

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Leave Fellowship, 1983-84.

Canada Council Doctoral Fellowship, 1971-74.

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS

President, American Society of Criminology, 1990-1991

Inaugural and Continuing Editor, Annual Review of Law & Social Science, 2005- Present

Appointed Member, Panel on National Institute of Justice, National Research Council,


National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 2008-2009

Chair, Sociology of Law Section, American Sociological Association, 2001-2002

Co-Editor, Annual Review of Sociology, 1993-1998 (Previously Associate Editor and


Editorial Board Member). Reappointed 1998-2004 (with Karen Cook)

Co-Editor, Law & Social Inquiry, 1999- (with Laura Beth Nielsen)

Criminology Editor, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Northwestern University


School of Law, 1996-.

Elected Member, Nominations Committee, American Sociological Association, 2003-2005.

Appointed Member, Awards Committee, American Society of Criminology, 2004-

Editorial Board, Social Problems, 2005-

Editorial Board, Sociological Forum, 2006-


Editorial Board, European Journal of Criminology, 2002-

Associate Editor, Contemporary Sociology, 2000-

Chair, Disparity Study Advisory Panel, U.S. Sentencing Commission, Washington, D.C.,
1997-

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Appointed Member, Panel on Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, National Research


Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 1998-2000

Appointed Member, Panel on School Violence, National Research Council, National


Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 2001-2002

Appointed Member, National Scientific Advisory Council, National Survey of Adolescent


Health, 1999-

Nominations Committee, Sociological Research Association, 2001-2002.

Chair, Awards Committee, American Society of Criminology 1997-98.

Appointed Member, Awards Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1999.

International Consulting Editor, American Journal of Sociology, 1997-

Chair, American Sociological Association Publications Committee, 1995-1998.

Chair, Fellows Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1997

Chair, Nominations Committee, Sociology of Law Section, American Sociological


Association, 1998

Consulting Editor, American Journal of Sociology, 1996-

Elected Member, Council of the Sociology of Law Section, American Sociological


Association, 1997-

Editorial Board, Social Forces, 1990-1993, 1995-1996

Editorial Board, Criminal Justice, 2000-

Editorial Board, Criminology, 1996-

Board of Consulting Editors, Journal of Research on Crime and Delinquency, 1981-

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Theoretical Criminology, 1996-

Editorial Board, Canadian Journal of Law & Society, 1986-

Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Criminology, 1995-

Associate Editor (Frank Munger, Editor) and Editorial Board Member, Law & Society
Review, 1977-1981, 1992-1995

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Editorial Advisory Board, Encyclopedia of Survey Research, Academic Press.

Advisory Board Member, Criminal Justice Archives Project, American Society of


Criminology, 1994

Member, Advisory Board, The Handbook of Law and Social Science, Bruce Sales (Ed.),
Plenum Publishers, 1993-

Elected Member, Sociology of Law Section Council, American Sociological Association,


1993-1996.

Advisory Board Member, Legal Ethics Research Program, Law School, University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Appointed Member, Fellows Committee, American Society of Criminology (1994-1995)

Editorial Board, Contemporary Sociology, 1992-1994

Editorial Consultant, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 1982-1995

Associate Editor, Justice Quarterly, 1994-1996

Member, Research Advisory Board, University of Toronto, 1992-1994

Associate Editor, Criminology, 1981-1994

Editor, Series on Crime & Society, Westview Press, 1991-

Co-Chair (with Patricia Blocksom and Bertha Wilson as Honorary Chair), National
Conference on Gender Equality in the Legal Profession, Canadian Bar Association,
October 29-31, 1992, Toronto

Consultant, Federal Review of Victimization Surveys, Canadian Department of Justice,


1991-

Hans Kalven Prize Committee, Law & Society Association, 1991-1993

Member, Fellows Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1992-

Member, Advisory Board, The Handbook of Law and Social Science, Bruce Sales (Ed.),
Plenum Publishers

Editorial Board, American Sociological Review, 1986-1990

Editorial Board, American Journal of Sociology, 1983-1985

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Editorial Board, American Sociological Review, 1982-1984

Member, Law & Society Review Panel, National Science Foundation, 1991-1992

Special Issue Editor, Discrimination and the Law, Law & Human Behavior, Volume 9,
1985

Associate Editor, Sociological Inquiry, 1977-1983

Associate Editor, Social Problems, 1978-1981

Associate Editor, Law & Human Behavior, 1983-1986

Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Sociology, 1981-85

Member, Advisory Board, Legal Analysis Inc., Champaign, Illinois

Member, Distinguished Scholar Award Committee, Crime and Delinquency Section,


American Sociological Association, 1990-1991

Member, Law and Society Association Graduate Workshop Committee, 1995

Member, Sociology of Law Nominations Committee, American Sociological Association,


1995

Member, Fellows Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1995

Member, Humanities and Social Sciences Panel of the Research Board, 1989-1992

Member, Fellowship Committee, Laidlaw Foundation, 1988-

Chair, Ethical Issues Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1988-1989

Member, Ethical Issues Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1989-

Member, Nominations Committee, Law & Society Association, 1988

Member, Program Committee, American Sociological Association, 1988

Member, Program Committee, Law & Society Association, 1988

Consultant, Evaluation of Ontario Legal Aid Plan, Abt Associates, Toronto/Ottawa, 1988-

Chair, Ethical Issues Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1988-1989

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Chair, Nominations Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1986-87

Chair, Grants and Contracts, American Society of Criminology, 1987-88

Chair, Section on Criminology, American Sociological Association, 1985-1986

Chair, Social Sciences Review Panel, Connaught Committee, University of Toronto, 1986-

Co-Chairperson (with Dean J.R.S. Prichard and Professor Giesele Cote-Harper), Task
Force on Law & Society, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, 1984-1985

Chair, Awards Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1985-1986

Chair, Nominations Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1986-1987

Executive Council, American Society of Criminology, 1984-1987

Board of Trustees, Law & Society Association, 1980-1983

Professional Advisory Board, Addiction Research Foundation, 1983-

Elected Member of Council of the Crime and Delinquency Section of American


Sociological Association, 1981-1984

Member of the Research Committee, Social Science Research Council of Canada,


1976-1978

Member of Program Committee, American Society of Criminology Meetings, 1979, 1980,


1985

Member of Fellows Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1983-1984

Chair, Nominations Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1987

Consultant, National Institute of Justice, Washington, 1982

Consultant, Koba Associates, Washington, 1981-

Consultant, Royal Canadian Mounted Police College, Ottawa, 1979

Consultant, Association of Municipal Police Governing Authorities, Province of Ontario,


1979

Local Arrangements Committee, Society for the Study of Social Problems Meetings, 1980,
Toronto

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Nominations Committee, Law & Society Association, 1981-1982

Nominations Committee, American Society of Criminology, 1982-1983

Nominations Committee, American Sociological Association, 1984-1986

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Principal Investigator (with Gabriele Plickert and Hans Merkens), “Opting In? The Early
Post-Law School Careers of Women and Men Lawyers in German and American
Cities,” Law School Admission Council, Summer 2008 – Summer 2010,
Approximately $200,000, and 37,000 Euros from the Alexander Von Humbolt
Foundation, Fall 2008- Fall 2010.

Principal Investigator, “Explaining Death and Atrocity in Darfur,” (with Alberto Palloni)
National Science Foundation, July 2006- December 2008, approximately $135,000.

Principal Investigator, “The Intergenerational Consequences of Parental Incarceration on


Children,” (with Holly Foster), National Science Foundation, Approximately
$300,000,
July 2006 – June 2008.

Principal Investigator, “From Law School to Later Life: A 20 Year Panel Study of the
Careers of Women and Men Lawyers,” Law School Admission Council, January
2005-December 2006, Approximately $92,000.

Principal Investigator, “After School: Coming of Age in the Ethnic Transformation of a


Global Edge City,” Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 2004-2007,
Approximately, $150,000.

Principal Investigator, “Crime, Perceived Criminal Injustice and Electoral Politics,” Selected
Module for Pilot Study of the 2006 American National Elections Survey (with
Ross Matsueda, Lauren Krivo and Ruth Peterson, Fall, 2006.

Principal Investigator, Prosecuting Crimes Against Humanity in the International Criminal


Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, National Science Foundation, 2001-2005,
Approximately $150,000.

Principal Investigator, Delinquency and Depression in the Transition to Adulthood:


Toward a Theory of Deviant Adolescent Role Exits to Adult Disadvantage,
National Science Foundation, 2000-2005, Approximately $116,000.

Principal Investigator, Case Study of a Shooting at Tilden High School, Panel on School
Violence, National Research Council, 2001-2002, Approximately $50,000.

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Co-Principal Investigator (with Mary Patillo-McCoy), Race, Perceptions of Social Injustice


and Violence Among Chicago and Toronto Youth, National Consortium for
Research on Violence, 2001-2002, Approximately $50,000.

Co-Principal Investigator (with Scot Wortley), Race, Perceptions of Social Injustice and
Deviant Behaviour, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1999-2003,
Approximately $80,000.

Principal Investigator, "Social Capital and the Migration of Law Students and Lawyers
Between Geographic and Practice Areas," Law School Admission Council, Jan.
1998-Dec. 1998, Approximately $44,000.

Principal Investigator, "Long Way Home: The Lives of American Vietnam War Resisters
in Canada," Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1998-2000,
Approximately $109,800.

Principal Investigator, "Generational Social Change and Urban Youth in Transition,"


Johann Jacobs Foundation, 1998-2001, Approximately $160,000.

Principal Investigator, "Right Wing Extremism, Aggression and Hostility Toward


Foreigners Among German and American Youth," W.T. Grant Foundation,
1996-1997, Approximately $35,000.

Co-Principal Investigator (with Klaus Boehnke), Right Wing Extremism, Aggression and
Hostility Toward Foreigners Among German and American Youth, German-
American Academic Council Foundation, TransCoop Program, 1996-1999,
$45,000 (Matching Funds).

Principal Investigator, "The Next Generation: Life Course Effects of Immigration and
Educational Experiences on Adolescent Transition to Adulthood," Joint Centre of
Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement, 1997-1998, $6,000.

Co-Principal Investigator (with Fiona Kay), Barriers and Opportunities Within Law:
Prospects for Women and Visible Minorities in a Changing Profession, Social
Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1997-2000, Approximately $78,000.

Co-Principal Investigator (with Fiona Kay), Women, Minorities and the Transformation of
the Legal Profession, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1996-98,
Approximately $56,000.

Principal Investigator, Effects of Adolescent Subcultural Involvements on Adults and their


School Age Children, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council,
1993-1996, $209,300.

Co-Principal Investigator (with Bill McCarthy), Work and School as Institutional

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Supports for Toronto and Vancouver Street Youth, Social Sciences and
Humanities Research Council, 1991-93, Approximately $147,000.

Principal Investigator, A Panel Study of the Advancement of Men and Women in the Legal
Profession, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1990-1992,
Approximately $98,000.

Principal Investigator, Gender, Life Course History and Delinquency, Social Sciences and
Humanities Research Council, 1988-1990, Approximately $75,000.

Co-Principal Investigator (one of five), Legal Theory and Public Policy, Connaught Special
Research Programme Grant, 1984-1989, $781,500

Principal Investigator, White-Collar Delinquency and the Class Dynamics of the Family,
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1986-1988, Approximately
$70,000

Principal Investigator, Profiles of Disciplined Lawyers, Law Society of Upper Canada,


1987-1988, $7,800.

Principal Investigator, Sexual Stratification of the Legal Profession, Social Sciences and
Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1984-1986, $51,000

Principal Investigator, Three Canadian Tests of a Structural Theory of Crime, Ministry of


the Solicitor General of Canada, 1985-1986, $5000

Principal Investigator, The Societal Response to a White Collar Crime, Social Sciences and
Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1983-1984, $25,000

Project Director (with Ruth Peterson), The Sanctioning of Drug Offenders, Department of
Justice, Washington, 1981-1982, $10,000

Co-Principal Investigator, (with Ilene Bernstein), The Social Organization of Criminal


Justice Processing in Ten American Cities, National Institute of Mental Health,
1977-1980, $225,000

Co-Principal Investigator (one of six), Longitudinal Study of Cumulative Effects of


Discretionary Decision-Making in the Criminal Justice Process, funded by the
Negotiated Grants Section of the Canada Council, 1977-1980, $820,000

Principal Investigator, Crime in the Chinese Community, Canada Council, 1979-1980,


$10,000

Principal Investigator, Victim Involvement in the Criminal Justice System, Ministry of the
Solicitor General, 1977-1980, $109,000

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Principal Investigator, The Urban Youth Project: A Study of Life Space and Delinquency,
Canada Council, 1975-1977, $14,000

Principal Investigator, The Alberta Criminal Justice Project: A Study of the Sentencing
Process, Attorney General's Department of the Province of Alberta, 1974-1975,
$5,000

BOOKS

Darfur and the Crime of Genocide. Co-authored with Wenona Rymond-Richmond.


Cambridge University Press, 2008.

[Winner, Albert J. Reiss, Distinguished Scholar Award, Crime, Law & Deviance
Section, American Sociological Association, 2009 and American Society of
Criminology Michael J. Hindelang Award, 2009]

The Many Colors of Crime. (Co-edited with Ruth Peterson and Lauren Krivo). New
York
City: New York University Press, 2006.

Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Vol. 1-5, 2006-2009.

Justice in the Balkans: Prosecuting War Crimes in The Hague Tribunal. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press, 2003.

International Handbook of Violence Research. (With Wilhelm Heitmeyer). Boston/


London/Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.

Northern Passage: The Lives of American Vietnam War Resisters in Canada. Cambridge,
Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2001.

[Winner, Albert J. Reiss, Distinguished Scholar Award, Crime, Law & Deviance
Section, American Sociological Association, 2003]

Jugendgewalt und Rechtsextremismus (Youth Violence and Richt-Wing Extremism). Co-


Edited with Klaus Boehnke and Daniel Fub. Weinheim und Munchen: Juventa
Verlag, 2002.

Mean Streets: Youth Crime and Homelessness. Co-authored with Bill McCarthy, New
York: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

[Winner of the 1998 Society for the Study of Social Problems C. Wright Mills
Award
and 1998 American Society of Criminology Michael J. Hindelang Award]

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Criminological Controversies: A Methodological Primer . Co-authored with A.R. Gillis


and David Brownfield. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1996.

Gender in Practice: Lawyers' Lives in Transition. Co-authored with Fiona Kay, New
York:
Oxford University Press, 1995.

Delinquency and Disrepute in the Life Course, (edited volume), Vol. 4 in Current
Perspectives on Aging and the Life Cycle. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press,
1995.

Crime and Inequality, Co-edited with Ruth Peterson, Stanford University Press, 1995.

Crime and Disrepute. Thousand Oaks, California: Pine Forge Press, 1994.

Annual Review of Sociology, Vols. 20-29 (1994-2003), with Karen Cook (Co-Editor).

Annual Review of Sociology, Vols. 18-19 (1992/93), with Judith Blake (Editor).

Structural Criminology. Co-published by Polity Press (Cambridge) and Rutgers


University Press. 1988/89.

[Winner of 1989 ASA Crime, Law & Deviance Distinguished Scholar Award and
SSSP Crime & Delinquency Outstanding Scholarship Award]

The Disreputable Pleasures: Crime and Deviance in Canada. Toronto: McGraw-Hill


Ryerson. First Edition 1977. Second Edition, 1984. Third Edition, 1991.

Modern Criminology: Crime, Criminal Behavior and its Control. New York: 


McGraw-Hill. 1985. International Edition, 1987.

Victims Before the Law: The Organizational Domination of Criminal Law.


Toronto: Butterworths. 1983.

Quantitative Criminology: Innovations and Applications.  Beverly Hills, California: Sage.


1982 (Edited Volume).

Deterrence Reconsidered: Methodological Innovations. Beverly Hills,


California: Sage. 1982 (Edited Volume).

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (Articles & Essays)

2010-9

“Youthful Illegalities in a Global Edge City,” (with Ronit Dinovitzer and Ron Levi) Social
Forces 88:337-372.

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“Collaboration and Resistance in the Punishment of Torture in Iraq,” (with Gabrielle


Ferrales
and Guillermo Jasso) Wisconsin Journal of International Law In Press.

“Structural Pre-Conditionality, Smoking Gun Evidence, and Collective Command


Responsibility
for War Crimes in the former Yugoslavia” (with Sanja Krutnick) UCLA Journal of
International Law & Foreign Affairs In Press.

“Prosecuting Ethnic Cleansing and Mass Atrocity in the former Yugoslavia and Darfur,”
Scandinavian Journal of Criminology and Crime Prevention 10:26-47.

“Criminology Confronts Genocide: Who’s Side Are You On?” (Review Symposium on
Darfur
and The Crime of Genocide with Wenonna Rymond-Richmond) Theoretical
Criminology In Press.

“Extreme Crises and the Institutionalization of International Criminal Law,” (with Heather
Schoenfeld and Ron Levi) Critique Internationale 33:37-54.

“The Racial Targeting of Rape in Darfur,” American Journal of Public Health ,” (with
Wenona
Rymond-Richmond and Alberto Palloni 6:875-902.

“Principals in Practice: The Importance of Mentorship in the Early Stages of Career


Advancement.” Law & Policy 31:69-110.

“The Mass Incarceration of American Parents: Issues of Race/Ethnicity, Collateral


Consequences, and Prisoner Re-entry,” (with Holly Foster) Annals of the
American Academy of Political and Social Science 623:195-213.

2008

“The Collective Dynamics of Racial Dehumanization and Genocidal Victimization in


Darfur,”
(with Wenona Rymond-Richmond) American Sociological Review 6:875-902.

“Growing Up Fast: Stress Exposure and Subjective Weathering in Emerging Adulthood,”


Journal of Health and Social Behvior 49:162-177.

“How Law Rules: An Iraqi Judicial Sentencing Experiment,” (with Gabrielle Ferrales and
Guillermina Jasso) Law & Society Review 42: 605-44.

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“The Symbolic Violence of the Crime-Immigration Nexus: Mobility Mythologies in the


Americas,” (with Ron Levi and Ronit Dinovitzer) Crime Prevention and Policy
7:95-111.

2007

“The Mean Streets of the Global Village: Crimes of Exclusion in the United States and
Darfur,”
(with Wenona Rymond-Richmond) Scandinavian Journal of Criminology and
Crime Prevention 8:54-80.

“The Disturbing Case of the British Standards Advertising Association, the New York
Times,
and the State Department’s Low Estimate of the Death Toll in Darfur,” (with
Wenona Rymond-Richmond) Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 5:585-610.

“Incarceration and Social Exclusion,” (with Holly Foster) Social Problems 4:399-433.

“Even Lawyers Get the Blues: Gender, Depression, and Job Satisfaction in Legal
Practice,”
(with Fiona Kay) Law & Society Review 41:51-78.

“Justiciability as Field Effect: When Sociology Meets Human Rights,” (with Ron Levi)
Sociological Forum 22:372-380.

“Lawyers on the Move: Thee Consequences of Mobility for Lawyers,” (with Ronit
Dinovitzer)
International Journal of the Legal Profession Forthcoming.

“Extreme Crises and the Institutionalization of International Criminal Law,” (with Heather
Schoenfeld and Ron Levi) Critique Internationale In Press.

“Principals in Practice: The Importance of Mentorship in the Early Stages of Career


Development.” (with Fiona Kay) Law & Policy Forthcoming.

2006

“Death in Darfur,” (with Alberto Palloni) Science 313:1578-1579.

AThe Politics of Punishment and the Siege of Sarajevo: Toward a Conflict Theory of
Perceived Criminal Injustice,@ (with Sanja Kutnjak) Law & Society Review,
40:369-410.

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AFrom Resistance to Activism: The Emergence and Persistence of Activism Among


American Vietnam War Resisters in Canada.@ (With Suzanne Hansford-Bowles)
Social Movement Studies 4:231-260.

“War Crimes, Democracy, and the Rule of Law in Belgrade, the Former Yugoslavia, and
Beyond,” (with Sanja Kutnjak) Annals of the American Academy of Political and
Social Science 605: 130-151.

“Swaying the Hand of Justice: Regime Change at the International Criminal Tribunal for
the Former Yugoslavia,” (with Ron Levi and Gabrielle Ferrales) Law & Social
Inquiry, 31: 585-617.

“The Science of Human Rights, War Crimes and Humanitarian Emergencies,” (with
Heather Schoenfeld and Alberto Palloni) Annual Review of Sociology
32:329-350.

“Juvenile Delinquency and Gender Revisited: The Family and Power-Control Theory
Reconceived.” (with Andrew Hadjar, Dirk Baier, Klaus Boehnke), European
Journal of Criminology 4:33-58.

“Profiles in Punishment and Privilege,” (with Holly Foster), Crime, Law and Social
Change 46:65-85.

2005

“Race, Ethnicity and Youth Perceptions of Criminal Injustice,” (with Carla Shedd and
Monique Payne) American Sociological Review 70:381-407.

“The Criminology of Genocide: The Death and Rape of Darfur,” (with Wenona Rymond-
Richmond and Patricia Parker), Criminology, 43:525-561.

“Crimes of War and the Force of Law,” (With Ron Levi) Social Forces, 83:1499-1534.

AA Socio-Legal Conflict Theory of Perceptions of Criminal Injustice,@ (with Carla


Shedd), University of Chicago Legal Forum, 2005:261-288.

“Danger and the Decision to Offend.” (With Bill McCarthy) Social Forces 83:
1065-1096.

2004

“Money Changes Everything: Adolescent Resources and Crime.” (With Bill McCarthy)
Carlo Morselli and Pierre Tremblay (eds.) Criminologie, 37:123-149.

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“Girl Friends Are Better: Gender, Context and Crime.” (With Bill McCarthy and Diane
Felmlee) Criminology, November.

“Puberty, Age and Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence in Adoelscence.” (With Holly
Foster and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
1036:151-166.

“Shooting the Messenger and the Message: The Social Basis of Authority Challenges in
Law School Settings.” (With Annette Nierobiz) Advances in Gender Research 9:
235-263.

“Gender Differences in Capitalization Processes and the Delinquency of Siblings in


Toronto and Berlin.” (With Klaus Boehnke and Hans Merkens) British Journal of
Criminology 44:1-17.

“Twin Towers, Iron Cages and the Culture of Control.” Critical Review of International
Social and Political Philosophy 7:42-48.

“Social Skill, the Milosevic Indictment and the Rebirth of International Criminal
Justice.” (With Ron Levi) European Journal of Criminology 1(4): 445-475

2003

“The Shame in their Game: Homelessness, Youth Crime and Transitions Toward
Work.” (With Bill McCarthy) Dietrich Oberwittler amd Susanne Karstedt (eds.)
Koler Zeitschrift Special Issue/New Sociology of Crime, 43:195-214.

“Violence in the Transition to Adulthood: The Socioeconomic Consequences of Adolescent


Victimization.” Journal of Research on Adolescence 14:127-158.

“S/he’s a Rebel: Toward a Sequential Stress Theory of Delinquency and Gendered


Pathways to Disadvantage in Emerging Adulthood.” (With Holly Foster) Social
Forces 82:53-86. [recipient of the Best Article Award from the Mental Health
Section of the American
Sociological Association. 2005].

“Choice and Circumstance: Social Capital and Planful Competence in the Attainments of
Immigrant Youth.” (With Ronit Dinovitzer and Patricia Parker) Canadian Journal of
Sociology 28:463-488.

“Building Trust: Social Capital, Distributive Justice, and Loyalty to the Firm.” (With Fiona
Kay) Law & Social Inquiry 28:483-519.

2002

“In and Out of Harm’s Way: Violent Victmization and the Social Capital of Fictive Street

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Families.” (With Bill McCarthy and Monica Martin) Criminology 40:831-866.

“First and Last Words: Apprehending the Social and Legal Facts of an Urban High School
Shooting.” (With Paul Hirschfield and Carla Shedd) Sociological Methods &
Research 31:218-254.

“A Gendered Theory of Delinquency and Despair in the Life Course.” (With Bill
McCarthy and Holly Foster) Acta Sociologica 45:37-46.

“Making War Criminal.” (With Scott Greer) Criminology 40:231-264.

2001

“Youth Violence and the End of Adolescence.” American Sociological Review


66:874-899.
“Class and Crime in War-Time: Lessons of “the American Vietnam War Resistance in
Canada.” Crime, Law
& Social Change
37:137-162.

“Cause and Country: The Politics of Ambivalence and the American Vietnam War
Resistance in Canada.” Social Problems 48:168-184.

“Returning Captives from the War on Drugs: Issues of Community and Family
Reentry.” (with Juliegh Petty) Crime & Delinquency 47:352-367.

2000

“When Crime Pays: Capital, Competence and Criminal Success.” (with Bill McCarthy)
Social Forces 79:1035-1060.

“Narrowing the Gap by Widening the Conflict: Power Politics, Symbols of Sovereignty
and the American Vietnam War Migration to Canada.” Law & Society Review
34:901-943.

“Making Corporate and Criminal America Less Violent: Public Norms and Structural
Reforms.” (With Holly Foster), Contemporary Sociology 29:44-53.

“The Meaning of Criminology” (with Bill McCarthy), response to Review Symposium on


Mean Streets, Theoretical Criminology 4:232-241.

1999

“Sociological Criminology and the Mythology of Hispanic Immigration and Crime” (with
Alberto Palloni), Social Problems 46(4):617-632.

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“Cultivating Clients in the Competition for Partnership: Gender and the Organizational
Restructuring of Law Firms in the 1990s” (with Fiona Kay), Law & Society
Review 33: 517-556.

"Children of the Prison Generation: Collateral Consequences of Imprisonment for Children


and Communities," (with Ronite Dinovitzer), Crime and Justice 26:121-162.

“In the Company of Women: A Structural Elaboration of a Power-Control Theory of


Gender and Delinquency,” (with Bill McCarthy), Criminology, 37:761-788

"Rebellion Beyond the Classroom: A Life Course Capitalization Theory of Inter-


generational Delinquency Causation," (with Patricia Parker), Theoretical Criminology,
3:259-285.

"Jungendlicher Rechtsextremis: Zur Bedentung Von Schulerflog und Elterlicher Kentrolle"


(Juvenile Right Wing Extremism: The Impact of Academic Success and
Parental Control"), (with Klaus Boehnke, Gerd Hefler, Hans Merkens), Zeitschrift
fuer Paedagogische Psychologie, forthcoming.

“Gender Differences, Individualistic Values and Right Wing Extremism,” (with Susanne
Rippl, Klaus Boehnke, Gerd Hefler) Politische Vierteljahresschrift 4:758-775.

1998

“Right-Wing Extremism among Adolescents: The Impact of Academic Success and


Parental Control.” (With Klaus Boehnke, Gerd Hefler and Hans Merkens) German
Journal of Educational Psychology, 12(4):236-49.

"Raising the Bar: Gender Stratification of Law Firm Capital," (with Fiona Kay), American
Sociological Review, 63:728-743.

“The Interest in Evil: Hierarchic Self-Interest and Right-Wing Extremism Among East and
West German Youth,” (with Susanne Rippl, Klaus Boehnke, Hans Merkens),
Social Science Research, 28:162-183.

"Uncertainty, Cooperation and Crime: Understanding the Decision to Co-offend." ( with


Bill McCarthy and Lawrence E. Cohen) Social Forces 77:155-184.

"La Théorie du Capital Social et le Renouveau du Paradigme des Tensions et des


Opportunités en Criminologie Sociologique," (with Bill McCarthy), Sociologie &
Société, 30:145-158.

"Subterranean Sources of Subcultural Delinquency Beyond the American Dream," (with


Gerd Hefler, Gabriele Classen, Klaus Boehnke and Hans Merkens), Criminology,
36:701-34.

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"On the Development of Xenophibia: The Adolescent Years," (with Klaus Boehnke and
Gerd Hefler), Journal of Social Issues, 47:109-126.

"Both Too Little and Too Much: Social Capital and Crime in the Czech Republic." (with
Detelina Radoeva), Crime, Law, and Social Change, 28:195-211.

1997

“Crime and Capitalization: Toward a Developmental Theory of Street Crime in America.”


Advances in Criminological Theory, 7:287-308.

"Just Des(s)erts? The Racial Polarization of Perceptions of Criminal Injustice," (with Scot
Wortley and Ross Macmillan), Law & Society Review, 31:637-676.

"The Social Psychology of Right-Wing Extremism Among East and West Berlin
Youth." (with Klaus Boehnke and Hans Merkens), Applied Psychology,
47:109-26.

"Defiance and Despair: Structural and Subcultural Sources of Delinquency and Despair in
the Life Course." Social Forces, 76: 119-34.

1996

"New Kid in Town: Social Capital and the Life Course Effects of Family Migration on
Children." (with Ross MacMillan and Blair Wheaton), American Sociological
Review, 61:368-85.

"Risk Preferences and Patriarchy: Extending Power-Control Theory." (with Harold


Grasmick, Brenda Sims Blackwell and Bruce Arneklev), Social Forces, 75:177-99.

"Crime and Capitalization: Toward a Developmental Theory of Street Crime in America."


Advances in Criminological Theory, 7:287-308.

1995

"Delinquency and Disdain: Social Capital and the Control of Right Wing Extremism in East
and West Berlin." (with Hans Merkens and Klaus Boehnke), American Journal of
Sociology, 100(4):1028-52.

"Getting into Street Crime: The Structure and Process of Criminal Embeddedness" (with
Bill McCarthy), Social Science Research, 24:63-95.

"The Imprisoned Society: Time Turns a Classic on Its Head" (Review Essay) Sociological
Forum, In Press.

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"The Persistent Glass Ceiling: Gendered Inequalities in the Earnings of Lawyers." (with
Fiona Kay) British Journal of Sociology, 46:279-310.

1994

"Changing Opportunities for Partnership for Men and Women Lawyers During the
Transformation of the Modern Law Firm" (with Fiona Kay), Osgoode Hall Law
Journal, 32:413-56.

"The New Sociology of Crime and Inequality in America." Studies on Crime and Crime
Prevention, 3:7-23.

"Self-Regulatory Responses to Professional Misconduct Within the Legal


Profession." (with Bruce Arnold), Canadian Review of Sociology and
Anthropology 31(2):168-183.

"Constituting Class and Crime in Upper Canada: The Sentencing of Narcotics Offenders,
Circa 1908-1953." (with Clayton Mosher) Social Forces 72(3):613-42.

1993

"Structural and Cultural Disinvestment and the New Ethnographies of Poverty and
Crime." (Review Essay), Contemporary Sociology, 22:327-32.

"Crime in Social and Legal Context." (Introductory Essay to Symposium), Law & Society
Review, 27(2):255-62.

"The Search for Adolescent Role Exits and the Transition to Adulthood." (with Blair
Wheaton), Social Forces, 71(4):955-80.

"Beyond the Classics: Reform and Renewal in the Study of Crime and Inequality."
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 30(4):955-80.

"The Social Embeddedness of Crime and Unemployment." Criminology, 31(4):465-91.

1992

"Careers of Misconduct: The Structure of Prosecuted Professional Deviance Among


Lawyers," (with Bruce Arnold), American Sociological Review 57:721-80.

"Mean Streets: Situational Delinquency Among Homeless Youth." (with Bill McCarthy),
American Journal of Sociology 98:597-627.

"Class Fortification Against Crime." Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology,


29:126-140.

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"Streetlife and Delinquency: The Significance of a Missing Population." (with Bill


McCarthy) British Journal of Sociology, 43:533-61.

"Surviving on the Street: The Experiences of Homeless Youth." (with Bill McCarthy)
Journal of Adolescent Research, 7:412-30.

"The Power of Control in Sociological Theories of Delinquency." (with A.R. Gillis and
John Simpson), Theoretical Advances in Criminology, Vol. 5.

1991

"Destiny and Drift: Subcultural Preferences, Status Attainments and the Risks and
Rewards of Youth." American Sociological Review 56:567-82.

"The Poverty of a Classless Criminology." (Presidential Address) Criminology, 30:1-19.

"Juvenile Justice and Delinquency in the Life Course." Criminal Justice Research Bulletin,
7:1-4.

"Homelessness: A Criminogenic Situation?" (with Bill McCarthy), British Journal of


Criminology, 31:16-34.

"Cultural Capital, Gender and the Structural Transformation of the Legal Profession." (with
M. Zatz, F. Kay and B. Arnold), Law & Society Review, 25:239-262.

1990

"Men, Women and a Century of Crime in Toronto: Gender, Class and Patterns of Social
Control, 1859-1955." (with Helen Boritch), Criminology, 28:567-95.

"Gender and Delinquency in White-Collar Families: A Power-Control Perspective." (with


Fiona Kay), Crime and Delinquency, 36(3):391-407.

"The Social Reproduction of a Criminal Class in Working Class London, Circa


1950-1980." (with Albert Palloni), American Journal of Sociology, 96(2):265-99.

"Clarifying and Extending Power Control Theory." (with A.R. Gillis and John Simpson),
American Journal of Sociology, 95(4):1024-37.

"The Gender Stratification of Income Inequality Among Lawyers." Social Forces, 68(3):
835-55.

"Comparing Crime and Criminalization in Canada and the U.S.A." Canadian Journal of
Sociology.

"The Pleasures of Predation and Disrepute." (Review Essay) Law & Society Review,

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24:165-77.

"The Structuration of Gender and Deviance: A Power-Control Theory of Vulnerability to


Crime, and the Search for Deviant Role Exits." Canadian Review of Sociology and
Anthropology, 27:137-56.

"Delinquent Samaritans: Social Networks, Delinquency and the Willingness to Intervene."


Journal of Research on Crime & Delinquency, (with A.R. Gillis) 27 (1):30-51.

1989

"Police Encounters with Juveniles and the Deterrence and Amplification of Delinquency:
The Importance of Gender and Orientation to Risk." (with Carl Keane and A.R.
Gillis), British Journal of Criminology, 29 (4):336-53.
"Why Is There So Little Criminal Justice Theory? Neglected Macro- and Micro-Level
Links Between Organization and Power." Journal of Research on Crime and
Delinquency, 26(2):116-135.

"Criminal Justice Decision-Making as a Stratification Process: Pre-Trial Release


Decisions." Journal of Quantitative Criminology, (with Celesta Albonetti, Robert
Hauser, and Ilene Nagel) 5: 57-82.

"Socio-Legal Impact of Equal Pay Legislation in Ontario." (with Robert Malarkey)


Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 27: 295-336.

1988

"The Law & Society Movement Comes of Age." (Review Essay), Contemporary
Sociology, 17(5):648-50.

"Feminist Scholarship, Relational and Instrumental Control and a Power-Control Theory of


Gender and Delinquency."(with John Simpson and A.R. Gillis) British Journal of
Sociology, 39:301-36.

"Crimes as Social Events in the Life Course: Reconceiving a Criminological Controversy."


Criminology, 26:87-100.

"A Career with Crime." The Criminologist, December, 1-3.

"Class Structure and Legal Practice: Inequality and Mobility Among Toronto Lawyers."
Law & Society Review (with Marie Huxter and Patricia Parker) 22:9-55.

1987

"Class in the Household: A Power-Control Theory of Gender and Delinquency." (with


A.R. Gillis and J. Simpson) American Journal of_Sociology, 92:788-816.

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"Gender, Delinquency and the Great Depression: A Test of Power-Control Theory." (with


William McCarthy) Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 24:153-77.

"Class and the Changing Forms of Crime Control: Policing `Toronto the Good,'
1850-1950." (with Helen Boritch) Social Forces, 66:307-335.

"A Great Truth in the Study of Crime." (Review Essay), Criminology, 25:421-428.

1986

"`Club Fed' and the Sentencing of White Collar Criminals Before and After
Watergate." (with Alberto Palloni) Criminology, 24:603-21.

"Cultural Susceptibility to Crowding." (with A.R. Gillis and M. Richards) Environment


and Behavior, 18:683-706. 

"The New Legal Scholarship: Problems and Prospects." Canadian Journal of Law &
Society, 1:35-56.

"Toward a Structural Criminology: Method and Theory in Criminological Research."


Annual Review of Sociology, 12:431-49.

1985

"Rethinking Crime in America." (Review Essay) American Bar Foundation Research


Journal, No. 3, Summer, 601-9.

"White Collar Crime and Punishment: The Class Structure and Legal Sanctioning of
Securities Violations." (with Patricia Parker) American Sociological Review,
50:302-16.

"The Science of Social Control." (Review Essay) Contemporary Sociology, 14:667-70.

"Crime, Time and Punishment: The Problem of Sample Selection in Sentencing


Research." (Co-authored with Marjorie Zatz) Journal of Quantitative Criminology,
1:103-26.

"The Class Structure of Gender and Delinquency: Toward a Power-Control Theory of


Common Delinquent Behavior." (Co-authored with A.R. Gillis), American Journal
of Sociology. 90:1151-78.

"Discrimination and the Law." Law & Human Behavior, 9:221-24.

"The Social Organization of Criminal Justice Processing." (Co-authored with Marjorie


Zatz) Social Science Research, 14:103-25.

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1984

"Toward a Structural Theory of Crime, Race and Gender: The Canadian Case." Crime and
Delinquency 31(1):129-146.

"Changing Conceptions of Race: Towards an Account of Anomalous Findings in


Sentencing Research." (Co-authored with Ruth Peterson) American Sociological
Review 49:56-70.

1983

"Bystander Apathy and the Territorial Imperative." (Co-authored with A.R. Gillis)


Sociological Inquiry 53:449-460.

"Gender and Crime: Offense Patterns and Criminal Court Sanctions."


(with Ilene Nagel) Crime and Justice 4:91-144.

"The Transformation of Trouble: Police Certification and State Compensation of Sexual


Assault Claims." (with Chris Stock) Law & Policy Quarterly, 5:215-36.

"Methodological Issues in Criminal Court Research: Pre-trial Release Decisions for Federal


Defendants." (with Robin Stryker and Ilene Nagel) Sociological Methods &
Research 11:469-500.

"Pride and Punishment: On the Social History of Criminal Sanctions." (Review Essay)
American Bar Foundation Research Journal 1983:203-11.

"From the Shadow of the Law." (Review Essay) Contemporary Sociology 12:35-38.

l982

"Density, Delinquency and Design." (with A. R. Gillis) Criminology 19(4):514-29.

"White Collar Crime, White Collar Time: The Sentencing of White Collar Criminals in the
Southern District of New York." (Co-authored with Illene Nagel) American
Criminal Law Review 20(2):259-90.

"Race, Class and the Perception of the Criminal Injustice in America." (Co-authored with
Celesta Albonetti) American Journal of Sociology 28(2):329-55.

"The Sentencing of White Collar Offenders in Federal Courts: An Examination of Socio-


Legal Disparities." (Co-authored with Ilene Nagel) Michigan Law Review 80(7):
1427-1465.

"The Corporate Advantage:  The Involvement of Corporate and Individual Victims in a

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Criminal Justice System." Social Forces, 60(4):993-1022.

"Probation Outcome: Is it Necessary to Fulfil the Conditions?" (Co-authored with


Margaret Jackson and Chris Webster Canadian Journal of Criminology 24(3):
267-77.

"Victims Before the Law:  A Study of Victim Involvement in the Criminal Justice
Process." Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 73(1):317-330.

1981

"Conventional Religiosity, Conflict Crime and Income Stratification in the United


States." (Co-authored with J. Simpson) Review of Religious Research, 23(2):
167-179.

1980

"The Differential Sentences of White Collar Offenders in Ten Federal District


Courts." (Co-authored with I. Nagel, and C. Albonetti) American Sociological
Review, 45:802-820.

"The Legislation of Crime and Delinquency:  A Review of Theory, Method and Research."
Law and Society Review 14(3):603-628.

"The Rehabilitation of Law:  A Social and Historical Comparison of the Canadian and
American Probation Movements." (Co-authored with Jeffrey Leon) Canadian
Journal of Sociology, 5(3):235-251

1979

"Symbolic Justice:  The Status Politics of the American Probation Movement."


Sociological Focus 12(4): 295-309.

"Conflict in Context: The Sanctioning of Draft Resisters, 1963-76." (Co-authored with


Ilene Bernstein) Social Problems, 27(1):109-122.

"Ceremonial Justice: Crime and Punishment in a Loosely Coupled System." Social Forces
(Co-authored with Duane Alwin and John Hewitt) 58(2):506-27. 

"Private and Public Trouble:  Prosecutors and the Allocation of Court Resources." (Co-
authored with Martha Myers) Social Problems 24(4):439-451.

"The Sentence Bargaining of Upperworld and Underworld Crime in Ten Federal District
Courts." (Co-authored with Ilene Bernstein) Law and Society Review 13(2):
467-478.

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"The Sexual Stratification of Social Control:  A Gender-Based Perspective on Crime and


Delinquency." (Co-authored with J. Simpson and A.R. Gillis) British Journal of
Sociology 30(l):25-38.

1978

"Studying Victims of Crime:  Some Methodological Notes." (Co-authored with Heather


McKay) Victimology 3(1-2):135-140.

"Sexual Stereotyping and Judicial Sentencing:  A Legal Test of the Sociological


Wisdom." (Co-authored with Nancy O'Donnell) Canadian Journal of Sociology 3
(3):309-338.

"Explaining Official Delinquency: A Spatial Study of Class, Conflict and Control." (Co-
authored with A.R. Gillis and Janet Chan) Sociological Quarterly. l9(Summer):
386-398.
"The Escalation of Evil: A Study in the Behavior or Juvenile Law." (Co-authored with
Arden Collins) Osgoode Hall Law Journal. 16(3):649-661.

"The Philosophy and Sociology of Crime Control:  Some Canadian-American


Comparisons." (Co-authored with Jeffrey Leon) Sociological Inquiry 47:181-208.

1977

"Rediscovering Delinquency: Social History, Political Ideology, and the Sociology of


Law." (Co-authored with Jeffrey Leon) American Sociological Review 42(4):
587-598.

"Conflict and Consensus in the Designation of Deviance." (Co-authored with J. Simpson


and E. Silva) Social Forces 56(2):320-340.

"Ties that Bind:  Conformity and the Social Control of Student Discontent." (Co-authored
with J. Simpson) Sociology and Social Research 61(4):520-538.

"Criminal Justice in Rural and Urban Communities:  A Study of the Bureaucratization of


Justice." Social Forces 55(3):597-613.

"Finding Discrimination: A Question of Meaning." Ethnicity 4:167-176.

1976

"Locking Up the Indians:  A Case for Law Reform." Canadian Forum 55(658): 16-18.

1975

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"Law, Order and Sentencing:  A Study of Attitude in Action." Sociometry 38(2):3474-384.

"The Social and Legal Construction of Criminal Justice: A Study of the Pre-Sentencing
Process." Social Problems (22)5:620-637. 

"Work and Teaching Machines as Delinquency Prevention Tools: A Four Year Follow-Up
Study." (Co-authored with James Hackler) Social Service Review 49(1):92-106.

1974

"Extra-Legal Attributes and Criminal Sentencing:  An Assessment of a Sociological


Viewpoint." Law and Society Review 8(3):357-383.

"Criminal Justice and Native People:  A Study of Incarceration in a Canadian Province."


Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Special Issue published in
conjunction with the International Sociological Association Meetings, August: 236.

"Parameters of Criminal Prosecution:  An Application of Path Analysis to a Problem of


Criminal Justice." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 65(4):536-544.

1973

"Labelling and Deviance: A Case Study in the `Sociology of the Interesting'." Social
Problems 20(4):447-458.

"Conceptual Deficiencies of the Interactionist Perspective in Deviance." Criminology 14


(2):155-170.

COMMENTS & REJOINDERS

"Enduring Differences: Further Notes on Homicide in the U.S.A. and Canada." Canadian
Journal of Sociology, forthcoming.

"Crass Conflict:  Reply to Lauderdale and Larson." American Sociological Review 43(6),
1978:956-929.

"Setting the Record Straight:  Toward the Reformulation of an Interactionist Perspective in


Deviance." Criminology 13(Nov.), 1975:421-424.

"Law, Order and Tests of Significance:  A Reply to Cohen and Smith." Sociometry 39(3)
1975:290-292.

ARTICLES IN BOOKS

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“The Ambiguous Genocide: The U.S. State Department and the Death Toll in
Darfur,” (with
Wenona Rymond Richmond) In Peter Andreas and Kelly Greenhill (Eds.), Sex,
Drugs and Body Counts, Cornell University, In Press.

“Counting the Deaths in Darfur: Pitfalls on the Pathway to Public Sociology,” (with Bill
McCarthy) In Vincent Jeffries (Ed.), The Handbook of Public Sociology, Rowman
and Littlefield, 2009.

“Ethnic Cleansing as Euphemism, Metaphor, Law and Criminology,” (with Todd Haugh)
In
Leila Sadat (Ed.), Crimes Against Humanity, Cambridge University Press, In
Press.

Special issues on “Crimes against Humanity and Genocide,” Co-Edited with Ron Levi,
Actes de
la Researche en Sciences Sociales, fall, 2008

“The Criminology of Genocide: The Death and Rape of Darfur” (with W.


Rymond-Richmond and P. Parker), was reprinted in in L. Frohmann, ed.,
Prosecutors and Prosecution, London: Ashgate, 2008.

“International Humanitarian Law.” In Judith Blau, David Brunsma, Alberto


Moncada,
and Catherine Zimmer (Eds.), The Leading Rogue State: The US and
Human
Rights. Eds., Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2008.

“The Unaccountable Genocide: A Case Study of the Roles of the U.S. State Department
and U.S.
Government Accountability Office in Calculating the Darfur Death Toll” In R.
Haveman and Smuelers (Eds.), Supranational Criminology: Towards a
Criminology of International Crimes, Antwerp: Intersentia, 2008.

“The Criminology of Genocide: The Death and Rape of Darfur,” (with Wenona Rymond-
Richmond and Patricia Parker) Reprinted in In Lisa Frohmann (Ed.), Prosecutors
and Prosecution, Hampshire, England: Ashgate, 2008.

“The Unaccountable Genocide: A Case Study of the Roles of the U.S. State Department
and U.S.
Government Accountability Office in Calculating the Darfur Death Toll” In R.
Haveman and A. Smuelers (Eds.), Supranational Criminology: Towards a
Criminology of International Crimes, Antwerp: Intersentia, 2008.

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“The Criminology of Genocide: The Death and Rape of Darfur,” (with Wenona Rymond-
Richmond and Patricia Parker) In Lisa Frohmann (Ed.), Prosecutors and
Prosecution, Hampshire, England: Ashgate, 2008.

“Death and Displacement in West Darfur: Does Demography Contribute to our Knowledge
of
the Crisis?” (with Alberto Palloni) In Therese Locoh and France Mesle (Eds.),
Population Dynamics and Human Health, Paris: INED, 2006.

“Social Mobility and Hierarchical Structure in Canadian Law Practice,” (with Fiona Kay),
In William Felstiner (Ed.), Reorganization and Resistance, Oxford, England: Hart
Publishing, 2007.

“International Police,” (with Ron Levi), In Markus Dubber and Mariana Valverde (Eds.),
The New Police Science: The Police Power in Domestic and International
Governance, Stanford University Press, 2006.

AHomeless Youth and the Perilous Passage to Adulthood.@ (with Bill McCarthy), In D.
Wayne Osgoode, E. Michael Foster, Constance Flanagan and Gretchen R. Ruth
(eds.), On Your Own Without A Net: The Transition to Adulthood for Vulnerable
Populations. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006.

“Shooting at Tilden High: Causes and Consequences” In Deadly Lessons: Understanding


Lethal School Violence, Washington: National Academy Press, 2002.

“Subterranean Sources of Subcultural Delinquency” In Susanne Karstedt and Kai D.


Bussman (Eds.), Social Dynamics of Crime and Control, Oxford: Hart
Publications, 2000, pp. 27-52.

“Crime as Disrepute” (with Scott Greer). In Stuart Henry and Marc Lanier (Eds.),
Defining Crime. New York: Rowan and Littlefield, 2000.

“War Crimes and Tribunals” In Neil Smelser and Paul Baltes (Eds.), International
Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. New York: Pergamon/
Elsevier Science Publishers, 2001.

“Theories of Juvenile Delinquency” In Edgar Borgatta (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sociology.


New York: MacMillan, 2001.

“Power Control Theory” In Nicole Hahn Rafter (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Women and Crime.
Phoenix, Arizona: Oryx Press, 2001.

“Power Control Theory” In Clifton Bryant (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Criminology and


Deviant Behavior. London: Taylor & Francis Publishers, 2001.

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“Delinquency and Disdain” (with Klaus Boehnke and Hans Merkens) Reprinted in Nigel
South (Ed.), Youth Crime, Deviance and Delinquency. London: Ashgate
Publishing Ltd., 1999.

"Immigration and Crime in the United States" (with Alberto Palloni), James Smith and
Barry Edmonston (Eds.), The Economics of Immigration to the United States,
Washington: National Academy Press, 1998, pp. 367-387.

"Sanction Effects on the Violent Behavior of Native North American Street Youth," (with
Bill McCarthy). In Darnell Hawkins, Race and Crime, State University of New
York at Albany, forthcoming.

"Social Capital and Crime," Reprinted in Francis Cullen and Robert Agnew (Eds.),
Criminological Theory: Past and Present. New York: Roxbury Press, 1999.

"The Corporate Advantage:..." Reprinted in M.P. Baumgartner (Ed.), The Social


Organization of Law. 2e. San Diego, California: Academic Press, 1999.

"The Social Embeddedness of Crime and Unemployment," Reprinted in Jodi Lane and Jean
Petersilia (Eds.), Criminal Justice Policy, Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward
Elgar Publications Ltd., 1999.

“Club Fed and the Sentencing of White Collar Criminals...” Reprinted in Michael Levi
(Ed.), Fraud: Organization, Motivation and Control, Hampshire, England:
Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 1999.

"Youth Development as a Capitalization Process." In Richard Jessor (Ed.), New


Perspectives on Adolescent Risk Behavior. New York: Cambridge University
Press, 1998.

"Feminist Scholarship, Relational and Instrumental Control and Power-Control Theory of


Gender and Delinquency," Reprinted in Gregg Barak, Integrative Criminology.
London: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 1998.

"Life Course Capitalization and Adolescent Behavioral Development." In Folker Schmidt


(Ed.), Methodological Problems in Educational Research. Hohengehren:
Schneider-Verlag, 1997.

“The Defiant Ones: Family Contexts and Sanction Sequences of Street Crime
Amplification.” In Blair Wheaton and Ian Gotlieb (Eds.), Transitions and
Trajectories, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Anomie, Social Capital, and Street Criminology." In Nikos Passas and Robert Agnew
(Eds.), The Future of Anomie Theory, Boston: Northeastern University Press,
1997.

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“The Expected and the Exceptional in the Social Organization of Criminal Justice.” In
Austin Sarat (Ed.), Law in Everyday Life, Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern
University Press, 1998, pp. 109-25.

"Crime and Capitalization in the Czech Republic." In Lawrence Friedman and George
Fisher (Eds.), The Crime Conundrum: Essays on Criminal Justice. Boulder, CO:
Westview Press, 1997, pp. 75-92.

"Mean Streets:..." Reprinted in David Cantor and Laurence Alison (Eds.), Criminal
Detection and the Psychology in Crime. Hampshire, England: Darmouth
Publishing Company, 1997.

“Hierarchy in Practice: The Influence of Gender in Ontario Law Firms” (with Fiona Kay),
In Carol Wilton (Ed.), Inside the Law: Canadian Law Firms in Historical
Perspective, Essays in the History of Canadian Law, Volume VII. The Osgoode
Society, University of Toronto Press, 1996.

“Making It: Work and Alternative Schools in the Transition from Homelessness.” (with
Bill McCarthy), In Burt Galaway and Joe Hudson (Eds.), Youth in Transition:
Perspectives on Research and Policy, Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing,
1996.

"Destiny and Drift: Subcultural, Preferences, Status Attainments, and the Risks and
Rewards of Youth." Reprinted in Marilyn McShane and Frank P. Williams (Eds.),
Criminal Justice, Volume 3 Criminological Theory, San Bernardino, CA:
California State University Press, 1996.

“A Power-Control Theory of Delinquent Behavior.” Reprinted in Robert Crutchfield,


George Bridges and Joseph Weis (Eds.), Crime-Vol. I: Criminology. Thousand
Oaks, California: Pine Forge Press, 1996.

“Careers of Misconduct:...” Reprinted in David Greenberg (Ed.), Criminal Careers -


Volume II, International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology.
Hampshire, England: Dartmouth Publishing Company, 1996.

“Toward a Structural Theory of Crime, Race and Gender:...” Reprinted in Barbara Hudson
(Ed.), Race, Crime and Justice. Hampshire, England: Dartmouth Publishing
Company, 1996.

“The Poverty of a Classless Criminology.” Reprinted in John Conklin (Ed.), Criminology


in the 1990s, Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1996.

"Class Structure of Gender and Delinquency:..." Reprinted in Ronald Hinch (Ed.), Crime
in Canada, Toronto:Prentice-Hall, 1996.

"Class Fortification Against Crime." Reprinted in Dennis Forcese (Ed.), The Canadian

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Class Structure, Toronto:McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1997.

"Getting Into Crime:..." Reprinted in David Canter and Laurence Allison (Eds.), Criminal
Detection and the Psychology of Crime. Hampshire, England: Dartmouth
Publishing Company, 1996.

"Crime and Deviance." In Robert Brym (Ed.), New Society, Toronto: Harcourt Brace, 1995.
"Crime, Punishment and Prisons in America." In Craig Calhoun and George Ritzer
(Eds.), Social Problems, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995.

"The Poverty of a Classless Criminology." Reprinted in John Conklin, Criminology in the


1990s, Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1995.

"Rethinking Crime Theory and Public Policy: The New Sociology of Crime and
Disrepute." In Hugh Barlow (Ed.), Crime and Public Policy: Putting Theory to
Work, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1995.

"Situational Delinquency Among Homeless Youth." (with Bill McCarthy) Reprinted in


James Creechan and Robert Siverman (Eds.), Canadian Delinquency.
Scarborough: Prentice Hall Canada Inc., 1994.

"White Collar and Corporate Crime." In Eric Linden (Ed.), Criminology: A Canadian
Perspective. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1987 (1e, 2e, 3e, 1995).

"A Power-Control Theory of Gender and Delinquency." Reprinted in Robert Silverman,


James Teevan, Vince Sacco (eds.), Crime in Canadian Society, Toronto:
Butterworths (4th and 5th ed.), 1991, 1994, 1998.

"White Collar Crime and Punishment." Reprinted in Gilbert Geis, Robert Meier and
Lawrence Salinger (Eds.), White Collar Crime and Punishment: Classical and
Contemporary Readings. New York: Free Press, 1994.

"Gender and Delinquency in White-Collar Families." Reprinted in Neil Guppy and


Kenneth Stoddart (Eds.), Sociological Insights, 1994.
"The Corporate Advantage." Reprinted in Roger Cotterrell, Law & Society, International
Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory, Hampshire, England: Dartmouth
Publishing Company, 1994.

"Crime, Inequality and Efficiency." In Andrew Glyn and David Miliband (Eds.), Paying
for Inequality: The Economic Cost of Social Injustice. Oxford:Rivers Oram Press.,
1994.

"Class in the Household:..." (with J. Simpson and A.R. Gillis) Reprinted in Francis Cullen,
Contemporary Criminological Theory, Hampshire, England: Dartmouth
Publishing Co., 1993.

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"Double Jeopardy: The Abuse and Punishment of Homeless Youth." In George Bridges
and Martha Myers (Eds.), Inequality, Crime and Social Control. Westview Press,
1993.

"Delinquency and Destiny: From Adolescence to Adulthood in a Canadian Community."


Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, 1993.

"Differences Between Canada and the U.S. in Deviance and Crime." In Lorne Tepperman
and James Curtis (Ed.), Everyday Life. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1992.

"Theories of Juvenile Delinquency." In Edgar Borgatta (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sociology,


New York: MacMillan Publishing, 1992.

"Class in the Household:..." Reprinted in Carol Nagy Jacklin (Ed.), Gender, International
Library of Critical Writings in Psychology, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., London,
1991.

"Police Encounters with Juveniles and the Deterrence and Amplification of Delinquency.
(with Karl Keane and A.R. Gillis), Reprinted in Robert Silverman, James Teevan,
Vince Sacco (eds.), Crime in Canadian Society, Toronto: Butterworths (4th ed.),
1991.

"The Sentencing of White Collar Offenders in Federal Courts: An Examination of Socio-


Legal Disparities." Reprinted in Kathleen Brickey (Ed.), Corporate and White
Collar Crime. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1991

"Crime and Deviance." In Robert Hagedorn (ed.), Sociology. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and
Winston, First Edition, 1980; Second edition, 1983; Third Edition, 1986; Fourth
Edition, 1990, Fifth Edition, 1993. 

"Gender and The Structural Transformation of the Legal Profession in the U.S.A. and
Canada," In Maureen Hallinan (Ed.), Changes in Societal Institutions, New York:
Plenum, 1990.

"Strafzumessungsforschung in Nordamerika." In Christian Pfeiffer und Margit Oswald


(Eds.), Strafzumessung: Empirische Forschung und Strafrechtsdogmatik im
Dialog. Stuttgart: Enke Verlag, 1989.

"Family Violence and Delinquent Behavior." In Martin Friedland (Ed.), Understanding


Compliance: Seven Case Studies, University of Toronto Press, 1990.

"Rediscovering Delinquency ..." Reprinted in Robert Silverman and James Teevan (eds.),
Crime in Canadian Society.  Toronto: Butterworths, (2nd ed.), 1980; and in Gary
Jensen and Dean Rojek (eds.), Readings in Juvenile Delinquency, Lexington,
Mass.: D.C. Heath, l982; and in William Thompson and Jack Bynum (Eds.)
Juvenile Delinquency, 1991.

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"Drugs and Disrepute: The Thin Line." In Judith Blackwell and Patricia Erickson (Eds.),
Illicit Drugs in Canada: A Risky Business, Toronto: Methuen, 1988.

"Micro- and Macro-Structures of Delinquency Causation and a Power-Control Theory of


Delinquency." In Allen Liska, Marvin Krohn and Steven Messner (Eds.),
Theoretical Integration in the Study of Deviance and Crime: Problems and
Prospects, Albany: State University of New York at Albany Press. 1989.

"Cultural Susceptibility to Crowding." (with A.R. Gillis) Reprinted in Lorne Tepperman


and James Curtis (Eds.), Readings in Sociology: An Introduction. Toronto:
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1988.

"Are Canadians as Deviant as Americans." Revised and reprinted in Lorne Tepperman and
James Curtis (Ed.), Readings in Sociology: An Introduction. Toronto: McGraw-
Hill Ryerson, 1988.

"Understanding Crime and Deviance in Canada." Revised and reprinted in Lorne


Tepperman and James Curtis (Ed.), Canadian Society, Toronto: McGraw-Hill
Ryerson, 1988.

"Density, Delinquency and Design." (with A.R. Gillis) Reprinted in Robert Silverman
and James Teevan (Eds.), Crime in Canadian Society, Scarborough, Ontario:
Butterworths, 1987.

"Toward a Structural Theory of Crime, Race and Gender." Reprinted in Robert Silverman
and James Teevan (Eds.), Crime in Canadian Society, Scarborough, Ontario:
Butterworths, 1987.

"Can Social Science Save Us? The Problems and Prospects of Social Science Evidence in
Constitutional Litigation." In Robert Sharpe (Ed.), Charter
Litigation. Toronto: Butterworths, 1987.

"The Corporate Advantage:  A Study of the Involvement of Corporate and Individual


Victims in a Criminal-Justice System." Reprinted in Thomas Fleming (Ed.), The
New Criminologies: State,Crime, and Control.  Oxford University Press, 1985.

"Densidad, Delincuenica y Diseno: Control Formal e informal y Ambiente Edificadeo."


Reprinted in Estudios de Psicologia 17:57-68 (with A.R. Gillis).

"The Unexpected Crimes of Class and Gender" In T. Hartnagel and R. Silverman (Eds.),
Critique and Explanation: Essays in Honour of Gwynn Nettler.  New
Jersey: Transaction Publications. 1986.

"The Assumption of National Sciences Methods: Criminological Positivism." In Robert


Meier (Ed.), Theoretical Methods in Criminology. Beverly Hills, California, Sage,

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1985.

"Defining and Finding Discrimination." In Leo Driedger (Ed.), Ethnic Canada: Identities
and Inequalities . Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman Ltd., 1987.

"Density, Delinquency and Design." Reprinted in Robert Silverman and James Teevan
(Eds.), Crime in Canadian Society, Third Edition, Toronto: Butterworths, 1986.

"Toward a Structural Theory of Crime, Race and Gender: The Canadian Case." Reprinted
in Robert Silverman and James Teevan (Eds.), Crime in Canadian Society, Third
Edition, Toronto: Butterworths, 1986.

"The Symbolic Politics of Criminal Sanctions." In Stuart Nagel (ed.), The Political Science
of Criminal Justice.  Springfield, Illinois: Thomas, 1983. 

"Making Sense of Sentencing: A Review and Critique of Sentencing Research." In Al


Blumenstein (ed.), Research on Sentencing: Search for Reform. Washington, D.C.:
National Academy of Sciences, 1983.

"The Social Organization of White Collar Crime Sanctions." In Peter Wickman (ed.),
White and Economic Crime.  Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath, l982.

"The Police Decision to Detain." In Clifford Shearing (ed.), Organizational Police


Deviance.  Toronto: Butterworths, 1981. 

"Foreword," to Patricia Erickson, Cannabis Criminals: The Social Effects to Punishment


on Drug Users. Toronto: Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation,
l980.

"Sentence Bargaining in Federal District Courts." In William McDonald and James


Cramer (eds.), Plea Bargaining. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Press, 1981.

"Criminal Justice in Rural and Urban Communities ..." Reprinted in the Criminal Justice
Review Yearbook, Volume 1, Sheldon Messinger and Egon Bittner (eds.), Sage,
1979.

"The Philosophy and Sociology of Crime Control:  Canadian-American Comparisons."


Reprinted in Harry Johnson (ed.) Social System and Legal Process. San
Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1978.

"The Labelling Perspective, the Delinquent and the Police ..." Reprinted in revised form in
Robert Silverman and James Teevan (eds.), Crime in Canadian Society,
Butterworths, 1975; Robert Carter and Malcolm Klien (ed.), Back on the
Street: The Diversion of Juvenile Offenders, Prentice-Hall, 1976; and in Emund
Vazand Abdul Lodhi (eds.), Crime and Delinquency in Canada, Prentice-Hall,
1979.

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"Extra-Legal Attributes and Criminal Sentencing: ..." Reprinted in The Aldine Crime and
Justice Annual 1974, Sheldon Messinger et al. (eds.), Aldine: Norman Johnston
and Leonard Savitz, Justice and Corrections, New York: Wiley, 1978.

"Explaining Watergate: Toward a Control Theory of Upper-world Crime and


Indiscretion." In Jackwell Susman and Nicholas Kittrie (eds.), Legality, Morality
and Ethics in Criminal Justice. New York: Praeger, 1979.

"Third-Party Justice: The Penal Response to Violence." In Mary Beyer Gammon (ed.),
Violence in Canada. New York: Methuen, l979.

"Explaining Official Delinquency: ..." Reprinted in Robert and James Teevan (eds.), Crime
in Canadian Society.  Toronto: Butterworths, (2nd ed.), l980.

BOOK REVIEWS

Beyond Loneliness and Institutions: Communes for Extraordinary People, Contemporary


Sociology, Forthcoming.

Research in Law and Sociology, Vol. IV, Steven Spitzer (ed.), in Canadian Journal of
Sociology, forthcoming.

Regulatory Justice, Robert Kagan, in Contemporary Sociology, l3(3): 358-59.

The Politics of Crime and Conflict and Rogues, Rebels and Reformers by Ted Robert Gurr
et al., University of Toronto Law Journal, l979, 29:87-92. 

Research in Law and Sociology, Vol. l, Rita Simon (ed.), in Canadian Journal of
Sociology, forthcoming. 

The Labelling of Deviance, by Walter Gove (ed.), in the American Journal of Sociology,
July, 1977, 83(1):240-242.

The Sociology of Law and Order, by Lynn McDonald, in Contemporary Sociology,


March, 1977, 6(2):161-3 (feature review).
Decency and Deviance, by Jack Hass and Bill Shaffir (eds.), Canadian Review of
Sociology and Anthropology, 1975, 123(2):231.

Crime and Criminalization, by Clayton Hartjen, Canadian Journal of Sociology, 1975,


1(1):133-34.

Sentencing as a Human Process, by John Hogarth, and Men Released from Prison, Irvin

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Waller, Canadian Forum, 1974, November/December, 65(646):36-37.

MONOGRAPHS, TASK FORCE REPORTS


AND CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Youth Vio
Youth VionC
Youth Violence: Children at Risk. (With Delbert Elliott and Joan McCord), Spivak
Program in Applied Social Research, American Sociological Association, Washington,
D.C., 1998.
and SociaPcy,
Touchstones For Change: Equality, Diversity and Accountability. The Honourable Bertha
Wilson(Chair), Canadian Bar Association, 1993.

Losing Generations: High Risk Youth in High Risk Settings. Joel Handler(Chair),
National Academy of Sciences, 1993.

Law and the Chinese in Canada, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, l982, with
Janet Chan.

The Alberta Criminal Justice Project: A Summary Report.  Attorney-General's Department,


Province of Alberta, 1974.

"Learning to Live with Deviance: Recent Trends in Crime Prevention." Proceedings of A


Crime Prevention Workshop, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, 1975,
pp. 29-50. 

"Third Party Justice: The Penal Response to Violence." Proceedings of A Workshop on


Violence, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, 1975.

RECENT INVITED TALKS

Plenary Lecture, Stockholm Criminology Meetings, Stockholm, June, 2007

Invited lecture, University Professor Lecture Series, University of Toronto, March,


2008-02-14

Plenary Lecture, 25th Anniversary of School of Justice and Social Inquiry, Arizona State
University, March 2008-02-14

Invited Lecture, Department of Sociology, Brown University, April 2008

“Treating Adolescents as Adults,” The Future of Children Conference, Princeton


University,

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October, 2007.

“Race and the Collective Dynamics of Genocidal Victimization in Darfur,” Center for Law
&
Society, Boalt Law School, University of California-Berkeley, September, 2007.

“Death in Darfur,” Program Research Center, NORC and University of Chicago, April,
2007.

“The Terror and Trauma of Rape in Darfur,” Walter C. Reckless Distinguished Lecture,
Ohio
State University Public Lecture, April 2007.

“International Criminal Justice.” Texas A&M University, February, 2004.

“Justice in the Balkans.” Presidential Session, American Society of Criminology, Denver,


November 2003.

“Agency, Norms and the Milosevic Indictment,” Department of Sociology, Princeton


University, 2001.

Northern Passage: American Vietnam War Resisters in Canada,” Department of Sociology,


University of Washington, 2001.

“Northern Passage:...,” Annual Life Course Lecture, Department of Sociology, University


of Minnesota, May, 2000 Department of Sociology, University of Washington,
2001.

“Youth Violence and the End of Adolescence in America,” Plenary Presentation,


Conference on Child and Adolescent Development, Jena, Germany, March, 2000.

“Returning Captives from the War on Drugs: Issues of Community and Family,” Reentry
Roundtable, The Urban Institute, Washington, D.C., October 13, 2000.

“Power Politics,...” Edwin Lemert Distinguished Lectureship Series, Department of


Sociology and Faculty of Law, University of California-Davis, April 22, 1999.

“When Crime Pays” School of Ecology, University of California-Irvine, April 20, 1999.

“Power Politics,...” Department of Sociology, McGill University, April 9, 1999.

“The Interest in Evil.” Workshop on Xenophobia, Hostility Toward Foreigners and Hate
Crime, University of Toronto, Institute for Human Development, Life Course and
Aging, March 12, 1999.

"School and Street Criminology," Symposium, Department of Justice, Prague, The Czech

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Republic, June 3, 1998.

"Mean Streets: Youth Crime and Homelessness," Nordic Youth Research Symposium,
Reykjavik, Iceland, Plenary Address, June 11, 1998.

"Symbols of Sovereignty," Department of Sociology, Northwestern University, February,


1998.

"Activism in Exile," American Bar Foundation, Chicago, February, 1998.

"Subterranean Sources of Subcultural Delinquency Beyond the American Dream,"


Sutherland Address, American Society of Criminology, November, 1997.

"Subterranean Sources of Subcultural Delinquency and the Globalization of the American


Dream," School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University,
Tallahassee, Florida, March, 1997.

“Defiance and Despair,” Department of Sociology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa,
February, 1997.

“Rebellion Beyond the Classroom," Department of Sociology, University of Arizona,


Tucson, Arizona, April, 1997.

"Mean Streets: Crime, Law and the Life Course," The Distinguished Wilson Abernethy
Lecture, University of Toronto, April, 1997.

"Gender and the Materialist Psychology of Right Wing Extremism in Berlin," International
Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Quebec City, August 13, 1996.

“The Imprisoned Society,” Conference on Crime in America, Stanford University Faculty


of Law, October, 1995.

“Defiance and Dispair,” Center for Developmental Science, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, February 1996.

“Crime and Capitalization in the Czech Republic.” Ministry of Justice, Prague, Czech
Republic, May, 1996.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP

Royal Society of Canada


American Sociological Association
American Society of Criminology
Law and Society Association
Society for the Study of Social Problems

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Canadian Law & Society Association

PH.D. THESES SUPERVISED

Levi, Ron

Communities and Crime. J.D. Thesis, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto,


2003.

Hirschfield, Paul

Preparing for Prison. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology, Northwestern


University, 2003.

Dinovitzer, Ronit

Social Capital and the Migration of Lawyers from Quebec to Ontario. Ph.D.
Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, 2000.

Foster, Holly

Community and Family Contexts of Gendered Aggression. Ph.D. Thesis,


Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, 2000.

MacMillan, Ross

Violence in the Life Course. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of


Toronto, 1998.

Grimes, Ruth-Ellen

Capital Sentencing in the American South. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology,


University of Toronto, 1993.

Kay, Fiona

A Profession in Transition: Gender and Career Mobility in Law. Ph.D. Thesis,


Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, 1992.

Moser, Clayton

The Sentencing of Drug Offenders in Ontario, 1906-1957. Ph.D. Thesis,


Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, 1992.

Bell, Sandra

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Controlling Delinquents: An Analysis of the Role of the Family in the Young


Offender Court. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto,
1992.

Arnold, Bruce

The Illegal Behavior of Lawyers. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology,


University of Toronto, 1991.

McCarthy, William

Life on the Street: Serious Theft, Drug-Selling and Prostitution Among Homeless
Youth. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, 1990.

Malarky, Robert

Gender and Wage Legislation in Ontario. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology,


University of Toronto, 1987.

Boritch, Helen

The Making of "Toronto The Good":  The Organization of Policing and the
Production of Arrests, 1859-1955. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology,
University of Toronto, 1985.

Peterson, Ruth.

The Sanctioning of Drug Offenders: Social Change and the Social Organization of


Drug Law Enforcement, 1963-1976. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Sociology,
University of
Wisconsin, l982.

PH.D. STUDENTS UNDER SUPERVISION

Carla Shedd
Gabrielle Feralles
Wenona Rymond-Richmond
Jo-Ann Climenhage
Ron Levi
Detelina Radoeva

M.A. THESES SUPERVISED

Hendrickson, Barbara

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A Separate Urban Aboriginal Justice System. LL.M. Thesis, Faculty of Law,


University of Toronto

Sarre, Warwick.

The Engineering of Civil Disobedience, Centre of Criminology, University of


Toronto, 1983

Kunreuther, Frances. 

Translation Processes in Criminal Court: An Example of Victim-Oriented Reform. 


M.A. Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin, 1981.

Morden, C. Peter.

A Multivariate Analysis of the Factors Associated with Bail Decisions by the


Police.  M.A. Thesis, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, l980.

Barreca, Ann.

The Juvenile Court as a Method of Diversion: A Study of the Family Court in the
City of Ottawa and the County of Carleton, 1940-52. M.A. Thesis, Centre of
Criminology, University of Toronto, 1980.

Collins, Arden. 

Factors Affecting Juvenile Court Dispositions.  M.A. Thesis, Centre of


Criminology, University of Toronto, 1977.

Goldberg, Frances. 

Defensible Space as a Factor in Combating Fear of Crime Among the


Elderly: Evidence from Sherbourne Lanes.  M.A. Thesis, Centre of Criminology,
University of Toronto, 1977.

Hayashi, Michael. 

Land Use and Crime: An Interdisciplinary Approach. M.A. Thesis, Centre of


Criminology, University of Toronto, 1977.

Murray, Glen.

The Changing Role of the Probation Officer. M.A. Thesis, Centre of Criminology,
University of Toronto 1979.

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