PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

Polizzi, D. & Draper, M. (Forthcoming: November, 2015) The social construction of mental illness and the law.  Rutledge (Taylor & Francis).

Polizzi, D. Toward a phenomenology of the social construction of crime. Policy Press. (Forthcoming November, 2015).

Wilson, F. T. (2015).Crime and Media Studies: Diversity of Method, Medium, and Communication (1st Ed.). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Woods, D. (2014). O’Hara’s Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation PowerPoint Presentations. Eighth edition. Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas Publishing.

Hamm, Mark S. (2013) The Spectacular Few: Prisoner Radicalization and the Evolving Terrorist Threat. New York: New York University Press.

Woods, D. (2013). O’Hara’s Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation. Eight edition. Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas Publishing.

Woods, D. (2013). A Rewiew Guide for O’Hara’s Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation. Eighth edition. Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas Publishing.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (Ed.) (2012). Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa& Robert D. Hanser (2012).Community-Based Corrections: A Text/Reader. SAGE BOOK SERIES. Thousand Oaks, CA:Sage Publications.

Avdija, A. S. (2011). Determinants of Public Attitudes toward the Police: An Exploratory Study. Saarbruecken, Germany: VDM Verlag Publishing.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2011). Instructors Resource Manual, Criminal Justice Essentials: 9th Edition. Hoboken, NJ:Wiley-Blackwell.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2011). Student Study Guide, Criminal Justice Essentials: 9th Edition. Hoboken, NJ:Wiley-Blackwell.

Avdija, A. S. (2010). A Typology of Crime-Reporting Behavior: Theoretical Classification of Crime-Reporting Predictors Based on the Severity of Crime. Saarbruecken, Germany: VDM Verlag Publishing.

Hamm, Mark S. (2007) Terrorism as Crime: From Oklahoma City to Al-Qaeda and Beyond. New York: New York University Press.

James Houston and Shannon M. Barton (2005). Juvenile Justice: Theory, Systems, and Organization. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

James Houston and Shannon M. Barton (2005). Instructor’s Manual, Juvenile Justice: Theory, Systems, and Organization. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Hamm, Mark S. (2002) In Bad Company: America’s Terrorist Underground.  Boston: Northeastern University Press.

Ferrell, Jeff and Mark S. Hamm, Editors. (1998) Ethnography at the Edge: Crime, Deviance, and Field Research. Foreword by Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

Hamm, Mark S. (1997) Apocalypse in Oklahoma: Waco and Ruby Ridge Revenged. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

Hamm, Mark S. and Ramon Spaaij (2016) “Media, Popular Culture and Lone Wolf Terrorism: The Evolution of Targeting, Tactics and Violent Ideology.” In Routledge International Handbook of Visual Criminology, edited by Eamonn Carrabine and Michelle Brown. New York: Routledge.

Hamm, Mark S. and Ramon Spaaij (2016) “Paradigmatic Case Studies and Prison Ethnography: New Directions in Terrorism Research.” In Handbook on the Criminology of Terrorism, edited by Joshua Freilich and Gary LaFree. New York: Wiley.

Hamm, Mark S. (1995) The Abandoned Ones: The Imprisonment and Uprising of the Mariel Boat People. Boston: Northeastern University Press. (Winner of the 1996 Critical Criminologist of the Year Award)

Hamm, Mark S. Editor. (1994) Hate Crime: International Perspectives on Causes and Control. Foreword by Richard A. Berk. Cincinnati: Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences/Anderson Publishing Co.

Hamm, Mark S. (1993/1994) American Skinheads: The Criminology and Control of Hate Crime. Foreword by William J. Chambliss. Westport, CT/London: Praeger. (Winner of the 1993 Frederic Milton Thrasher Award for Outstanding Gang Scholarship)

Behem, Travis A and Gallagher, Christian W. (2016). Report Writing in the Criminal Justice System—An Interactive Approach. Great River Learning, Dubuque, Iowa.

REFEREED JOURNALS

Avdija, A. S., & Jobi, O. (2015). Deviant Behaviors in Public Schools: A Test of the Effects of Disciplinary Actions on School Violence. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 5 (3), 72-81.

Draper, M. & Polizzi, D. (2015).  Transformational alchemy: Toward a phenomenology of the indeterminate in forensic psychotherapy.  Onati Socio-Legal Series, a Journal of Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law.Onati, Spain. 5 (3), 982-1005.

Grimes, J.N. & Wilson, F.T. (Forthcoming). Public opinion polls and criminal justice policy: A diminishing influence.  The Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2015).  Suicidal-Homicidal Ideation in Mass Killers and Transcendence. Deviant Behavior. 36 (7), 581-588.

Spaaij, Ramon and Mark S. Hamm (in press) “Key Issues and Research Agendas in Lone Wolf Terrorism: A Rejoinder to Becker.”Studies in Conflict & Terrorism.

Phillip C. Shon and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2015). The assumption of rational choice theory in Alfred Adler's theory of crime: Unraveling and reconciling the contradiction in Adlerian theory through synthesis and critique. Submitted to Aggression and Violent Behavior on January 27, 2015.

Reprinted in Wilson, F. T. (2015). Crime and Media Studies: Diversity of Method, Medium, and Communication (1st Ed.). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing

Reprinted in Wilson, F. T. (2015). Crime and Media Studies: Diversity of Method, Medium, and Communication (1st Ed.). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Avdija, A. S. (2014). Police Stop-and-Frisk Practices: An Examination of Factors that Affect Officers’ Decision to Initiate a Stop-and-Frisk Police Procedure. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 16 (1), 26-35.

Avdija, A. S. (2014). Stress and Law Enforcers: Testing the Relationship between Law Enforcement Work Stressors and Health-Related Issues. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 2 (1), 100-110.

Avdija, A. S. (2014). SWAT Team: A Life-Saving Not a Life-Taking Police Operation. Global Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. 3 (4), 151-155.

Avdija, A. S., & Jobi, O. (2014). Examining the Effects of Inadequate Staff Preparation Due to Lack of Training and Efforts Limitations on School Violence. Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 7 (1), 17-31.

Avdija, A. S., & Lee, J. (2014). Does Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program Work? Evaluating Program Suitability Based on Offenders’ Post-Program Recidivism Status. Justice Policy Journal, 11 (2), 1-15.

Avdija, A. S., & Jobi, O. (2014). School Violence: Examining the Effects of Socio-Environmental Factors and School Security Measures on Violent and Non-Violent Crimes in Public Schools. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 3 (6), 31-40.

Eric G. Lambert, Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, and Nancy L. Hogan (2014). Emotional Burnout in Correctional Staff and its Relationships with Their Life Satisfaction, Support for Treatment, Support for Punishment, Absenteeism, Views on Use of Sick Leave, and Turnover Intent. Submitted for review to the American Journal of Criminal Justice on March 31, 2014.

Nancy L. Hogan, Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, and Eric G. Lambert (2014). Forced to CHANGE: Staff and Inmate Perceptions of Involuntary Treatment and Its Effects. Submitted to the Journal of Applied Psychology on September 25, 2014.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Brian R. Johnson, Phillip C. Shon, and Corey W. Austin (2014). An Exploratory Study of School Crime and Rural Teacher and Staff Victimization: A Research Note. Submitted to the Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies on September 2, 2014. Accepted for publication on November 8, 2014.

Shannon Barton-Bellessa, Phillip C. Shon, &Jihee Lee (forthcoming, 2014). What are we teaching our students in introductory criminology textbooks? Ignorance, misattributions, and errors about the psychological theory of Alfred Adler. Submitted for review to the Journal of Individual Psychology on January 7, 2014. Accepted March 31,2014.

Wilson, F. T. & Henderson, H. (2014). The criminological cultivation of African American municipal police officers: Sambo or sellout. Race and Justice: An International Journal 4(1), 45-67. (Race and Justice is the official journal of the American Society of Criminology Division on People of Color and Crime)

Wilson, F. T. & Blackburn, A.G. (2014). The depiction of female police officers in the first forty years of the core cop film genre: It’s a man’s world. Women and Criminal Justice 24(2), 83-105.

Avdija, A. S. (2013). Police Use of Force: An Analysis of Factors that Affect Police Officer’s Decision to use Force on Suspects. Int. Research Journal of Social Science, 2 (9), 1-6.

Avdija, A. S., Roy, S. (2013). The Effects of Emotional Exhaustion on Prison Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Personal Accomplishments.International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, 6 (4), 144-154.

Avdija, A. S., & Roy, S. (2013). Occupational Exhaustion Among Prison Staff: Multivariate Analysis of Correlates Associated with Emotional Exhaustion. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 2 (4), 1-12.

Draper, M. &Polizzi, D. (2013).  Toward a phenomenology of forensic psychotherapy: A commentary on Aanstoos and Davidson.  International Journal of Offender Therapy  and Comparative Criminology, 57, 744-751.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Kelly Cheeseman Dial, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa (2013). The Relationship between Job Stressors and Job Involvement among Correctional Staff: A Test of the Job Demands Model. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 52(1), 19-38.

Polizzi, D. & Draper, M. (2013).  The therapeutic encounter within the event of forensic  psychotherapy: A phenomenological hermeneutic of the givenness of the other within the therapeutic relationship.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and  Comparative Criminology, 57, 720-735.

Roy, Sudipto. (2013). Probationers and Prison-bound Offenders in an Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program: A Comparative Study on Exit Status. FederalProbation, 77(3), 26 – 31.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Nancy L. Hogan, and Eric G. Lambert (2013). Does Involuntary Treatment Work? A View from the Staff and Inmates.Corrections Today, 75(3), 49-54.

Woods, D.; Mackey, B.; Rumler, M.; Davis, J. and Litchford, H. (2013). On Your Page, In Your Head: Police Use of Social Networking Information, Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 13 (2): 120-128.

Avdija, A. S. (2012).Targeted Policing: An Evaluation of the Firearm Violence Reduction Strategies. International Journal of Criminal Investigation, 2 (3), 179-197.

Avdija, A. S., &Giever, D. M. (2012). Examining the Effect of Selected Demographic Characteristics on Crime-Reporting Behavior. Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 4 (4), 790-821.

Avdija, A. S., & Roy, S. (2012). A Psychosocial Measure of the Factual Autonomy and Job Satisfaction among Prison Employees.Criminal Justice Studies, 25 (3), 251-264.

Avdija, A. S., &Giever, D. M. (2012). The Impact of Prior Victimization and Socio-economic Status on People’s Crime-Reporting Behavior.International Journal of Applied Psychology, 2 (4), 59-70.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton-Bellessa, and Shanhe Jiang. (2012). Examining the Relationship between Supervisor Trust and Management Trust and Job Burnout among Correctional Staff. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 20(10), 1-20.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan , Kelly Cheeseman Dial, IrshadAltheimerd, and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2012) Examining the effects of stressors on organizational citizenship behaviors among private correctional staff: A preliminary study. Security Journal, 25(2), 152-172.

Hamm, Mark S. (2012) “Prisoner Radicalization in the United States.” Prison Service Journal (UK), 203: 4-8.

John M. Johnson, Francisco Alatorre, David Berg, Roy Janisch, Elizabeth McLin, Andrey Melnikov, Jennifer Murray, Scott Renshaw, Timothy Rowlands and KyrstenSinema (2012).  Imagining Imagination.  Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 39, 229 – 252.

Polizzi, D. & Lanier, M. (2012).  Crime as dis-ease: towards an epidemiological criminology of  the social body. ACTA Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 25, 37-49.

Polizzi, D., Brown, M (2012).  In search of the ethical in criminology and criminal justice  practice.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, Vol. 4(2), 65-90.

Polizzi, D. (2012).  Just War, Genocide, and Necessity: A Critical Response to Jokic

Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, Vol. 4(2), 115-126.

Roy, S., & Avdija, A. S. (2012). The Effect of Prison Security Level on Job Satisfaction and Job Burnout among Prison Staff in the USA: An Assessment. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 7 (2), 524-538.

Avdija, A. S., & Giever, D. M. (2011). Path Analysis: Constructing a Causal Path Model of Correlates that Directly and Indirectly Affect Crime-Reporting Behavior. Law Enforcement Executive Forum Journal, 11 (2), 95-122.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa. (2011). The Association between Perceptions of Distributive Justice and Procedural Justice with Support of Treatment and Support of Punishment among Correctional Staff.Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 50(4), 202-220.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Irshad Altheimer, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa. (2011). Correlates of Correctional Orientation in a Treatment Orientated Prison: A Partial Test of the Person-Environment Fit Theory. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38(5), 453-470.

Hamm, Mark S. and Chris Greer (2011). Into the Future, Darkly. Crime, Media, Culture, 7, 3-4.

Polizzi, D. (2011).  Agnew’s General Strain Theory Reconsidered: A Phenomenological

Perspective.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 55(7), 1051-1071.

Roy, Sudipto (2011). Convicted Drunk Drivers in an Electronically Monitored Home Detention Program: A Three-Year Study on Exit Status and Subsequent Recidivism, Criminology & Social Integration, 19(2), 1-10.

Woods, D. (2011). Cold Case Investigation, Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 11 (2), 23-32.

Avdija, A. S. (2010). Community Policing: Developing an Action Plan. Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 3 (1), 51-63.

Avdija, A. S. (2010). The Role of Police Behavior in Predicting Citizens’ Attitudes Toward the Police.Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, 6 (2), 15-29.

Avdija, A. S., & Giever, D. M. (2010). The Influence of Citizen Interaction with the Police on Crime-Reporting Behavior: Its Manifestations Among University Students. Journal of Criminology & Social Integration, 18 (2), 45-61.

Grimes, J.N. (2010). The Social Construction of Social Problems: Three Strikes and You’re out in the Mass Media. The Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review, 2, 1-2.

Grimes, J.N.  (2010). The Symbolic Capital of Capital Punishment: A Scholarly Reflection.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, Vol. 2(1), 178-199.

Hamm, Mark S., Jeff Ferrell and Chris Greer (2010). Provocateur for Justice: Notes on the Imprisonment of Professor Luis Barrios. Crime, Media, Culture, 6, 205-225.

Polizzi, D. & Maruna, S. (2010). In search of the human in the shadows of correctional practice: A theoretical reflection. The Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 2(2), 158-197.

Roy, Sudipto, Novak, Tihana, &Miksaj-Todorovic, Ljiljana. (2010). Job Burnout Among Prison Staff in the United States and Croatia: A Preliminary Comparative Study”, International Journal of Criminal  Justice Sciences, 5(1), 189-202.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton (2009). The Impact of Job Stress, Job Involvement, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment on Correctional Staff Support for Rehabilitation and Punishment. A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, 22(2), 109-122.

Hamm, Mark S.(2009). Prison Islam in the Age of Sacred Terror. British Journal of Criminology, 49, 667-685.

Polizzi, D. & Arrigo, B. (2009).  Phenomenology, Postmodernism and Philosophical Criminology: A Conversational Critique.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 1, 113-145.

Tunnell, Kenneth and Mark S. Hamm (2009). Singing Across the Scars of Wrong: Johnny Cash and His Struggle for Social Justice. Crime, Media, Culture, 5, 1-17.

Wilson, F. T., Longmire, D., & Swymeler, W. (2009). The absence of gay and lesbian police officer depictions in the first three decades of the core cop film genre: Moving towards a cultivation theory perspective. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 16(1), 27-39.

Wilson, F. T., (2009). Identifying large replicable film populations in social science film research: A unified film population identification methodology. Criminal Justice and Law Review Journal, 1(1) (June), 19-40.

Woods, D.  & Grimes, J. (2009). MS-13: A Domestic and Foreign Threat. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 9 (4), 139-153.

Avdija, A. S. (2008). Racial Disparity in Pennsylvania Prisons: A Theoretical Explanation, Causes, Consequences, and Partial Solution to Racial Disparity. Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 1 (2), 1-12.

Avdija, A. S. (2008). Evidence-Based Policing: A Comparative Analysis of Eight Experimental Studies Focused in the Area of Targeted Policing. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 3 (2), 110-128.

Cho, Y. & Wilson, F.T. (2008). Terrorism and media in Korea.Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies, 8, 89-98.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Shanhe Jiang, and David Baker. (2008). The Impact of Punishment and Rehabilitation Views on Organizational Commitment Among Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 33 (1), 85-98.

Henderson, H. & Wilson, F. T. (2008). Seeking reasonableness in use of force cases: Analysis of judicial parameters. Contemporary Issues in Criminology and the Social Sciences, 2 (3), 91-110.

Hamm, Mark S. (2008) “Prisoner Radicalization: Assessing the Threat in U.S. Correctional Institutions.” NIJ Journal, 261: 14-19.

Woods, D. & Polizzi, D. (2008). Shoot Me!: An Overview of Suicide-by-Cop. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 8 (2), 49-60.

Carlos Ponce, C. Gabrielle Salfati, Shannon M. Barton, and Phillip C. Shon (2007). Homicide solvability factors in El Salvador: An initial exploration. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7(1), 137-158.

Carlos Ponce, C. Gabrielle Salfati, Shannon M. Barton, and Phillip C. Shon (2007). Homicide solvability factors in El Salvador: An initial exploration. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7(1), 137-158.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Terry Nerbonne, Shannon Barton, Phillip L. Watson, Jack Buss, and Janet Lambert (2007) Differences in Forensic Science Views and Needs of Law Enforcement: A Survey of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies. Police Practice & Research an International Journal, 8(5), 415-430.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Michael T. Stevenson (2007). An evaluation of CHANGE, a Pilot prison cognitive treatment program.Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 5(1), 1-18.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Shanhe Jiang, Lois Ventura, and Terry Nerbonne. (2007). The Impact of Officer and Agency Characteristics on the Likelihood of Arrest in Domestic Violence Situations among Rural Law Enforcement Officers.Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 22(2), 91-101.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Terry Nerbonne, Shannon Barton, Phillip L. Watson, Jack Buss, and Janet Lambert (2007) Differences in Forensic Science Views and Needs of Law Enforcement: A Survey of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies. Police Practice & Research an International Journal, 8(5), 415-430.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Michael T. Stevenson (2007). An evaluation of CHANGE, a Pilot prison cognitive treatment program.Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 5(1), 1-18.

Hamm, Mark S. (2007). High Crimes and Misdemeanors: George W. Bush and the Sins of Abu Ghraib. Crime, Media, Culture, 3, 259-284.

Hamm, Mark S. and Paul Leighton (2002). Teaching About September 11. Available at Stopviolence.com.

Polizzi, D. (2007). The Social Construction of Race and Crime: The Image of the Black Offender.  International Journal of Restorative Justice, 3, 6-20.

Roy, Sudipto& Barton, Shannon. (2007). Convicted Drunk Drivers in Electronic Home Detention and Day Reporting Center: A Comparison. Criminology and Social Integration, 14(2), 39-49.

Shon, Phillip C. H., Roy, Sudipto, &Targonski, Joseph. (2007). Female Offender Parricides: The Asymmetrical Distribution of Homicide for Parents and Stepparents”, Criminology and Social Integration, 14(2), 13-25.

Vivian, J., Grimes, J, & Vasquez, S.  (2007)  Assaults in Juvenile Correctional  Facilities: an Exploratory Study. Journal of Crime and Justice, 30, 17-34. 

Woods, D. (2007). Making the Collar: Theories of Criminal Investigation. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7 (6), 1-8.

Woods, D. (2007). Robbery: Offenders, Victims, and Places. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7 (2), 175-184.

Altheide, D.L. & Grimes, J.N.  (2006, reprint/translation) War Programming: The  Propaganda Project and the Iraq War.” (with David L. Altheide.)  Media Studies: Czech and Slovak Quarterly for Critical Media Inquiry.

Roy, Sudipto& Barton, Shannon. (2006). Convicted Drunk Drivers in Electronic Monitoring Home Detention and Day Reporting Center: An Exploratory Study. Federal Probation, 70, 49-55.

Altheide, D.L. & Grimes, J.N. (2005). War Programming: The Propaganda Project and  the Iraq War. The Sociological Quarterly.46, 617-643.

Barton, Shannon & Roy, Sudipto. (2005). Convicted Drunk Drivers in a Day Reporting Center Program, Criminology and Social Integration, 13, 1-9.

Hamm, Mark S. and Cecile Van de Voorde (2005). Crimes Committed by Terrorist Groups: Theory, Research and Prevention. Trends in Organized Crime, 9, 18-51.

Hamm, Mark S. (2005). The Role of Criminology in Major Terrorism Trials. Society for Internet Research (online).

Ponce, C., Woods, D. & Skelton, D. (2005). Changing Tactics: How the National Police of El Salvador Eliminated Kidnapping. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5 (3), 173-185.

Woods, D., Skelton, D. & Ponce, C. (2005). Transforming Crisis to Consensus: The Origins of Civilian Policing in El Salvador. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5 (3), 161-172.

Woods, D. & Myrha, K. (2005). The Twenty-First Century Detective.Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5 (2), 51-61.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (2004). The Nature of Work-Family Conflict Among Correctional Staff: An Exploratory Examination. Criminal Justice Review, 29(1), 145-172.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (2004). Collegiate Academic Dishonesty Revisited: What Have They Done, How Often Have They Done It, Who Does It, and Why Did They Do It? Electronic Journal of Sociology, 7, 1-27.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004). Apocalyptic Violence: The Seduction of Terrorist Subcultures.” Theoretical Criminology, 8, 323-40.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004). William Chambliss Receives Sutherland Award. The Critical Criminologist, 13, 4-8.

Huckabee, R. & Woods, D. (2004, November). Policing in the Early Twentieth Century. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 4 (7), 173-183.

Roy, Sudipto. (2004). Factors Related to Success and Recidivism in a Day Reporting Center. Criminal Justice Studies, 17(1), 3-17.

Woods, D. (2004, September). Is Assigning Patrol Officers Enough? Priorities and Community Policing: The Trojanowicz Perspective. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 4 (5), 7-20.

Woods, D. & Woods, M. (2004). Horror Stories: Dysfunctional Practices in Community Policing, Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 4 (4), 71-90.

Wilson, F. T. (2004). Out of sight out of mind: An analysis of Kansas v. Crane and the fine line between civil and criminal sanctions.The Prison Journal, 84, 362-379.

Woods, D. & Craddock, A. (2004). Goals: Congruity and Conflict Among Police Officers and Police Chiefs, Journal of Crime and Justice, 27 (1), 87-118.

Eric Lambert, Terry Nerbonne, Phillip L. Watson, Jack Buss, Alan Clarke, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Janet Lambert (2003). The Forensic Science Needs Of Law Enforcement Applicants And Recruits: A Survey Of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 14(1), 67-81.

 Roy, Sudipto. (2003). Jail Reforms in India: A Review”, Criminology and Social Integration, 11, 33-40.

Lisa K. Decker and Robert Huckabee (2002). Raising the age and education requirements for police officers: Will too many women and minority candidates be excluded? Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 25 (4), 789-802.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (2002). The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction: An Exploratory Study. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 27 (1), 35-51.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, Shannon M. Barton, and Alan Clarke (2002). The Impact of Instrumental Communication on Correctional Staff.Justice Professional, 15(2), 1-13.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton, (April, 2002). Satisfied Correctional Staff: A Review of the Literature on the Antecedents and Consequences of Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 29(2), 115-143.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan and Shannon M. Barton (March, 2002). Building Commitment Among Correctional Staff. Corrections Compendium, 27(3): 1-28.

Liqun Cao, Francis T. Cullen, Shannon M. Barton, and Kristie Blevins (2002). The public's willingness to shoot: Attitudes toward defensive gun use. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 27 (1), 85-105.

McElwain, B., Polizzi, D., Polizzi, L.  (2002). Moving Psychological Assessment. The Humanistic Psychologist 30, 85-101.

Roy, Sudipto& Grimes, Jennifer. (2002). Adult Offenders in a Day Reporting Center Program: a Preliminary Study. Federal Probation, 66, 44-50.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton, (May, 2001). The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Turnover Intent: A Test of Structural Measurement Model Using a National Sample of Workers. The Social Science Journal., 38 (2),

Woods, D. & Zimbo-Vogl, J. (2001). Police Chief’s Perception of Support for Community Policing, The Journal of Community Policing, 2 (3), 45-63.

Liqun Cao, Xiaogang Deng, and Shannon Barton (2000). A Test of Lundman’s Organizational product Thesis with Data on citizen Complaints.POLICING: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 36, 356-373.

Roy, Sudipto. (2000). Brutality in Police Custody in India. Criminology and Social Integration, 8, 95-102.

Lisa Kay Decker and Robert Huckabee. (1999). Law Enforcement Hiring Practices and Narrowing the Field: A Case Study. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation , 29, 57-70.

Lisa Kay Decker. (1999). The Search and Seizure of Electronic Pagers:  A Federal Case Law Review. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 10(3), 343-362.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton, (1999). The Missing Link Between Job Satisfaction and Correctional Staff Behavior: The Issue of Organizational Commitment. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 24, 95-116.

Hamm, Mark S. (1999). Cyberhate: Computers, Violence and the Racist Right. American Jewish Congress Monthly, 8-11.

Hamm, Mark S. (1999). The Struggle Against Capital Punishment: A Conversation with Human Rights Attorney Stephen Bright. Humanity & Society, 23, 254-72.

Roy, Sudipto (1999). An Analysis of the Exit Status of Adult Offenders in an Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program in Indiana.  Journal of Offender Monitoring, 12(3), 8-13.

Schrink, Jeffrey, Roy, Sudipto& Ransburg, John. (1999). Perceptions of Alumni Concerning Their Level of Preparation for Careers in the Criminal Justice Field: A Pilot Study”, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 10, 75-85.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998). The Current State of Hate. Criminal Justice International, 14:11.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998). Tragic Irony: State Malfeasance and The Oklahoma City Bombing Conspiracy. The Critical Criminologist, 10-15.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998). Reflections on the Killing of MulugetaSeraw: Ten Years After. Ethiopian Review, 49-50.

Spaaij, Ramon and Mark S. Hamm (2015) “Key Issues and Research Agendas in Lone Wolf Terrorism: A Rejoinder to Becker.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 38: 167-178.

Spaaij, Ramon and Mark S. Hamm (2015) “Endgame? Sports Events as Symbolic Targets in Lone Wolf Terrorism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 38: 1022-1037.

Ferrell, Jeff and Mark S. Hamm (2015) “Theses on Chambliss: Roughneck and Saint.” Critical Criminology, 24: 31-54.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton, (1998). Statewide Cross-Training as a Means of Court Reform in Child Protection Proceedings. Brandeis Journal of Family Law, 36, 511-550.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton, (1997). The Effect of Courtroom Workgroups on Child

Maltreatment Proceedings. Social Service Review 71, 288-308.

Polizzi, D. (1997).  Lacan, Transference and the Place of the Criminal Other. The Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 17, 32-44.

Roy, Sudipto. (1997). Violations of the Rights of the Accused and the Convicted in India. Criminology and Social Integration, 5, 77-82.

Roy, Sudipto (1997). Five Years of Electronic Monitoring of Adults and Juveniles in Lake County, Indiana: A Comparative Study on Factors Related to Failure. Journal of Crime and Justice, 20, 141-160.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton, (1996). Informal Sources of Delay in Child  Maltreatment Proceedings: Evidence from the Kentucky Court Improvement Project. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 47, 23-35.

Roy, Sudipto&Schrink, Jeffrey (1996). Juvenile Restitution in the United States: Bringing Justice for Victims? Criminology and Social Integration, 4, 53-59.

Zimbo-Vogl, J. & Woods, D. (1996).Community Policing: Practice Versus Paradigm, Police Studies, 19 (3), 33-50.

Brandon K. Applegate, Francis T. Cullen, Shannon M. Barton, Pamela J. Richards, LonnLanza-Kaduce, and Bruce G. Link, (1995) Public Support for Drunk Driving Counter Measures: Social Policy for Saving Lives. Crime & Delinquency 41, 171-190.

Roy, Sudipto. (1995). Juvenile Offenders in an Electronic Home Detention Program: A Study on Factors Related to failure.  Journal of Offender Monitoring, 9-17.

Roy, Sudipto. (1995). Juvenile Restitution and Recidivism in a Midwestern County", Federal Probation, 55-62.

Hamm, Mark S. (1994). No Sense Makes Sense: The Paradox of Prosecuting Bias-Motivated Cult Crime. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 19, 145-160.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeff Ferrell (1994). Rap, Cops, and Crime: Clarifying the ‘Cop Killer’ Controversy. ACJS Today, 13, 1‑29.

Polizzi, D.  (1994). Facing the Criminal. The Humanistic Psychologist 19, 28-38.

Roy, Sudipto (1994). Adult Offenders in an Electronic Home Detention Program: Factors Related to Failure. Journal of Offender Monitoring, 17-21.

Roy, Sudipto. (1994). Electronic Monitoring of Juvenile Offenders in Lake County, Indiana: An Exploratory Study.  Journal of Offender Monitoring, 1-8.

Roy, Sudipto. (1994). Victim Offender Reconciliation Project for Juveniles in Elkhart County, Indiana: An Exploratory Study. The Justice Professional, 23-35.

Roy, Sudipto (1993). Two Types of Juvenile Restitution Programs in Two Midwestern Counties: A Comparative Study. Federal Probation, 48-53.

Roy, Sudipto (1993). Victim Meets Offender: A Comparative Study on Juveniles and Adults in a Midwestern County.  Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 117-133.

Hamm, Mark S. (1992). Ethics, Scholarship and The Justice Professional: The Tragic Case of the Mariel Cuban. The Justice Professional, 6, 135‑154.

Hamm, Mark S. (1992). From Robes to Combat Boots: On Deconstructing Hate Crime. Critical Criminologist, 3, 1‑4.

Hamm, Mark S. (1992). Santeria in Federal Prisons: Understanding a Little Known Religion.” Federal Prisons Journal, 2, 37‑42.

Hamm, Mark S. (1992). Searching for a Heartbeat: Correctional Treatment and the War on Drugs.  Journal of Correctional Education, 43, 74‑81.

Hamm, Mark S. (1991). Batterers Anonymous: Toward a Correctional Education to Control Romantic Violence. Journal of Correctional Education, 42, 64‑73.

Hamm, Mark S. (1991). From Wedtech and Iran‑Contra to the Riots at Oakdale and Atlanta: On the Ethics and Public Performance of Edwin Meese III. Journal of Crime & Justice, 14, 123‑148.

Hamm, Mark S. and John C. Kite (1991). The Role of Offender Rehabilitation in Family Violence Policy: The Batterers Anonymous Experiment.” Criminal Justice Review, 16, 227‑248.

Hamm, Mark S. (1990). Bending Granite: On the Politics and Administration of American Jail Reform. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 6, 176‑200.

Hamm, Mark S. Prisoners’ Rights Union (1990). Study on Prison Discipline in the U.S.: A Follow Up. Social Justice, 17, 157‑164.

Roy, Sudipto (1990). Offender-oriented Restitution Bills: Bringing Total Justice for Victims? Federal Probation, 30-36.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). Political Rehabilitation in Cuban Prisons: The Plan Progressivo.” Journal of Correctional Education, 40, 72‑79.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). Whistleblowing in Corrections.  Sociological Viewpoints, 5, 35‑45.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). Domestic Violence: Legislative Attitudes Toward a Coherent Public Policy. Journal of Crime & Justice, 12, 37‑59.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). Legislator Attitudes Toward Policies to Reduce Prison Crowding.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 3, 220‑235.

Hamm, Mark S.  (1989). Legislator Ideology and Capital Punishment: The Special Case for Indiana Juveniles. Justice Quarterly, 6, 501‑514.

Hamm, Mark S. (1989). The Conscience and Convenience of Sentencing Reform in Indiana. Behavioral Sciences & The Law, 7, 107‑125.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeffrey L. Schrink (1989). The Conditions of Effective Implementation: A Guide to Accomplishing Rehabilitative Objectives in Corrections. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 16, 166‑182.

Polizzi, D. (1989). Professional Wrestling: A modern day archetypal drama. The Humanistic Psychologist 17, 322-325.

Schrink, Jeff and Mark S. Hamm (1989). Misconceptions Concerning Correctional Counseling.” Journal of Offender Counseling, Service and Rehabilitation, 14, 133‑148.

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Current Perspectives on the Prisoner Self‑Help Movement. Federal Probation, 52: 49‑56.

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Dealing with prison Crowding in the Midwest. Midwestern Criminal Justice Association News Notes, Spring: 4

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Drug Policy and Applied Research: A Study of Users, Abusers, and Politicians. Journal of Crime & Justice, 11, 103‑121.

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Value Judgments and Institutional Confinement: A Study of Decision‑Making Among Juvenile Parole Board Members. The Justice Professional, 3, 255‑272.

Hamm, Mark S. (1988). Making Changes in Correctional Education. Journal of Correctional Education, 39, 146‑153.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987). Criminal Justice Expertise and the Ossification of Criminology. The Justice Professional, 2, 49‑63.

Hamm, Mark S. (1997). Policing the “Crack” Problem in Indiana. Indiana Sheriff, 8-9.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987). The 1986 ‘Drug Crisis’ Reconsidered: An Analysis of Official Statistics. Social Science Perspectives Journal, 1, 164‑186.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987). The Politics of Rehabilitation: A Study of Legislative Ideology. Journal of the Correctional Education Association (Leadership Series), 42, 7‑17.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987). The Human Potential Seminar: A Strategy for Teaching Socially Adaptive Behavior in a Correctional Classroom. Journal of Correctional Education, 38, 4‑7.

Hamm, Mark S., and Melissa M. Rolnick. (1986). Domestic Violence and Police-Initiated probable Cause Arrest in Indiana. Indiana Sheriff, 10-11.

Hamm, Mark S. (1985). The Effects of Human Potential Seminars on the Socially Adaptive Behaviors of Incarcerated Juvenile Delinquents Monograph in Behavioral Disorders, 8, 105‑112.

Roy, Sudipto. (1983). Indians in Kenya and Trinidad: A Study of Inter-ethnic Relationships in Plural Societies. Man and Life,. 75-87.

Roy, Sudipto. (1982). Asian Male Labor Force in Canada, 1921, 1941, and 1961. Journal of Indian Anthropological Society, 245-252.

Murray, Jennifer L. (Reprinted August 2016 in Open Access). Suicidal-Homicidal

Ideation in Mass Killers and Transcendence. Deviant Behavior, Vol. 36, 581 – 588.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Hamm, Mark S. (in press). “Introduction.” In Muslims in US Prisons, edited by NawalAmmar. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reimer Publishers.

Hamm, Mark S. (in press). “Radicalization of Muslim Inmates.” In Muslims in US Prisons, edited by NawalAmmar. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reimer Publishers.

Hamm, Mark S. and Nawal H. Ammar  (2015) “Introduction: Exploring Islam in Prisons.” In Muslims in US Prisons, edited by Nawal H. Ammar. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reimer Publishers, pp. 1-9.

Hamm, Mark S.  (2015) “Prison Islam in the Age of Sacred Terror.” In Muslims in US Prisons, edited by Nawal H. Ammar. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reimer Publishers, pp. 125-146.

Hamm, Mark S. (in press). Foreword to Understanding Hate Crime by Carolyn Petrisino. New York: Routledge.

Woods, D. (forthcoming). Criminology for Everyone. In Criminal Justice for the Curious: Why Study Criminal Justice? Kishor Vaidya (editor).

Polizzi, D. (2015).  The pursuit of a general theory of crime and the indeterminacy of   human experience. In R. Lippens& D. Crewe (Eds.), What is criminology about?   Philosophical reflections. London, England & New York, NY: Routledge.

Polizzi, D. & Schaefer, R. (2015).  Philosophy and crime.   In   Encyclopedia of crime and  punishment.  Los Angeles, CA.

Wilson, F. T. (2015). "Stop the Humble Mumble: Bringing Criminology to the People". In Franklin T. Wilson, editor, Crime and Media Studies: Diversity of Method, Medium, and Communication (1st Ed.). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Hamm, Mark S. (2014) “Incarcerating Terrorists.” In Encyclopedia on Criminology and Criminal Justice, edited by David Weisburd and GerbenBruinsma. New York: Springer. Pp. 2450-59.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2014).  The Mass Killer’s Search for Validation Through, Infamy, Media Attention, and Transcendence.The Death and Resurrection of Deviance: Current Ideas and Research, edited by Michael Dellwing, Joseph A. Kotarba, and Nathan Pino eds.,New York:: Palgrave Macmillan Publishing.

Polizzi, D. (2014).  Developing therapeutic trust with court-ordered clients.  (substantial chapter revision) Polizzi, D., M. Braswell & M. Draper (Eds.).  In Transforming corrections: Humanistic approaches to Corrections and offender treatment, 2nd edition (pp. 303-332).

Rex E. Hammond and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2014). Victim impact statements, rights, and restitution.In Bruce Arrigo (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Steven C. Flowers (2014). Child abuse (neglect).In Bruce Arrigo (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Jordan F. Isaacs (2014). Electronic Monitoring Devices (of offenders prior to trial; of probationers/parolees). In Bruce Arrigo (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (forthcoming, 2014). Pre-natal Factors. In J. Mitchell Miller (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology. Wiley Blackwell.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (forthcoming, 2014). Brockway, Zebulon. In J. Mitchell Miller (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology. Wiley Blackwell.

Grimes, J.N. (2013). Guardian Angels and Curtis Sliwa. In J.I. Ross (Ed.)  Encyclopedia of Street Crime.  (Forthcoming, 2013.)

Lanier, M., Polizzi, D., Wade, A. (2013). Addressing the “inherent” philosophical and operational dichotomies of corrections from an EpiCrim approach.  B. Arrigo& H.

Bersot (Eds.).In Routledge Handbook of International Crime and Justice Studies (pp. 565-584).London, UK & New York, NY: Routledge.

Polizzi, D., Draper, M., & Alexander, M. (2013).  Fabricated selves and the rehabilitative machine. B. Arrigo& H. Bersot (Eds.).  Routledge Handbook of International Crime and Justice Studies (pp. 233-255)   London, UK & New York, NY: Routledge.

Polizzi, D. (2013) Criminal behavior and the phenomenology of addiction.  J. Helfgott (Ed.).  In Criminal Psychology (pp. 299-330). Santa Barbra, CA: ABC-CLIO. 

Polizzi, D & Mackey, W. (2013).  Stalking. J. Ross (Ed.).   Encyclopedia of street crime (pp.386-387). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Grimes, J.N. (2012). Sex offender laws.  In W.R. Miller (Ed.), Social History of Crime  and Punishment in America.  Los Angeles: Sage Publications.

Michael D. Royster, Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, and William Mackey (2012). Benefit of Clergy (pp. 23-24), in Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Polizzi, D.  (2012) Social presence, visibility and the eye of the beholder.   G. Yancy and J. Jones (Eds).  In Pursuing Trayvon Martin: Historical contexts and contemporary manifestations of racial dynamics (pp. 173-181). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and JiHee Lee (2012). Attitudes and Myths About Punishment (pp. 9-13), in Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and John R. Turner (2012). Firearms and Community Corrections Personnel (pp. 173-175), in Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Community Corrections. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Altheide, D.L., & Grimes, J.N. (2011). War Making and Propaganda: Media Responsibility for Human Rights Communication.  In D. Papademas (Ed.),  Human Rights and Media Studies in Communication, Volume 6 (pp.59-76.)  Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Avdija, A. S. (2011). Policing Mental Illness: The Need for Specialized Police Training in Dealing with Mentally ill Persons. In M. C. De Guzman, A. M. Das, and D. K. Das (Eds), Strategies and responses to crime: Thinking locally, acting globally (pp. 139-150).Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis.

Grimes, J.N.  Hate Crimes. (2011). In W. Chambliss (Ed.), Key Issues in Crime and Punishment, Volume 1: Crime and Criminal Behavior (pp. 127-138.) Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.

Grimes, J.N.  (2011). Three-Strike Laws.  In W. Chambliss (Ed.), Key Issues in Crime and Punishment, Volume 3:  Courts, Law, and Justice  (pp. 257-268.)  Los Angeles:  SAGE Publications.  

Hamm, Mark S. (2011) “Prisoner Radicalization and Sacred Terrorism: A Life-Course Perspective.” In Contemporary Issues in Criminological Theory and Research: The Role of Social Institutions. Presidential Papers from the 2010 American Society of Criminology Conference, edited by Richard Rosenfeld, KennaQuinet and Crystal Garcia. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Pp. 173-204.

Polizzi, D. (2011).  Heidegger, restorative justice and Desistance: A phenomenological perspective. In R. Lippens& J. Hardie-Bick (Eds.).Existential Predicaments,  Crime and Governance (pp. 129-155).Houndsmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Polizzi, D. (2011). Re-discovering possibility: Humanistic psychology and offender  treatment.  In M Johnson (Ed.).Experiencing Corrections (p.p.73-88). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Polizzi, D. (2011).  The phenomenology of deviant behavior.C. Bryant (Ed.)  Handbook on Deviant Behavior (p.p. 129-134). New York, NY & London, UK: Routledge: 

Hamm, Mark S. (2010) “Chambliss, William J.: Power, Conflict, and Crime.” In Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory, edited by Francis T. Cullen, Pamela Wilcox and Kristin Swartz. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Hamm, Mark S. (2010) “Lone Wolves on the Rise: The New Threat of Lone Terrorists, from the Unabomber to the Standalone Jihadist.” International Centre for Counter-Terrorism—The Hague.

Hamm, Mark S. (2010) “Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing.” In Terrorist Innovations in Weapons of Mass Effect: Preconditions, Causes, and Predictive Indicators, edited by Maria J. Rasmussen and Mohammed M. Hafez. Monterey, CA: The Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Advanced Systems and Concepts Office, Navy Postgraduate School. Pp. 145-152.

Polizzi, D. (2010). Doing therapeutic work in incarcerated settings.  D. Polizzi & M. Draper (Eds.).  In Surviving your clinical placement: Suggestions, reflections  and unsolicited advice (pp13-29).  Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press

Polizzi, D. (2010).  Beginner Psychotherapists reflect on their working with offender  clients. Descriptive Analysis: Sitting with monsters; the prison experience and the  importance of the therapeutic relationship; homosexual presence in the penitentiary  environment; in praise of normalcy: and the importance of denial.  D. Polizzi & M. Draper (Eds.).In  Surviving your clinical placement: Suggestions, reflections  and unsolicited advice (pp. 35-40; 43-47; 51-54; 57-59).  Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press. 

Polizzi, D. (2010) A descriptive analysis of the shared themes identified in the  experience of working with offender populations.  D. Polizzi& M. Draper (Eds.). In Surviving your clinical placement: suggestions, reflections and  unsolicited advice (pp. 61-68).  Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Polizzi, D.  (2010). Beginner Psychotherapists reflect on their experience working in  non-forensic settings. Descriptive Analysis: Opportunities and setbacks; between  humility and expertise; the ties that bind and blind; finding the right words.  D.  Polizzi& M. Draper, Surviving your clinical placement: Suggestions,  reflections and unsolicited advice. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press 

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2010). August, Aichorn: Wayward Youth (pp. 18-21), in Francis Cullen and Pamela Wilcox, Eds.,Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2010). Briar, Scott and Irving Piliavin: Delinquency, Commitment, and Stake in Conformity (pp. 118-121), in Francis Cullen and Pamela Wilcox, Eds. Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Rex E. Hammond and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2014). Victim rights and restitution in sentencing. In B. Arrigo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of criminal justice ethics. (Vol. 21, pp. 980-984). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452274102.n356

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Steven C. Flowers (2014). Child abuse and neglect. In B. Arrigo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of criminal justice ethics. (Vol. 3, pp. 85-91). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452274102.n32

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Jordan F. Isaacs (2014). Electronic monitoring devices. In B. Arrigo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of criminal justice ethics. (Vol. 5, pp. 328-331). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452274102.n117

Hamm, Mark S. (2009) “From the Klan to Skinheads: A Critical History of American Hate Groups.” In Hate Crime: Definitions, Measurement, Theory (Vol. 1), edited by Brian Levin. Westport, CT: Praeger. Pp. 95-108.

Polizzi, D., Braswell, M.  (2009). “Introduction” In David Polizzi and Michael Braswell (Eds.)  Transforming Corrections: Humanistic Approaches to Corrections and Offender  Treatment.  Charlotte: Carolina Academic Press. 

Polizzi, D. (2009) Developing therapeutic trust with offenders” In David Polizzi and Michael Braswell (Eds.) Transforming Corrections:  Humanistic Approaches to Corrections and Offender Treatment.  Charlotte: Carolina Academic Press.  

Polizzi, D. (2008). The psychological impact of racism. C. Mancini (Ed). In  Social issues in literature: Racism in the Autobiography of Malcolm X.  Dallas: Gale  Cengage Learning. 

Woods, D. & Polizzi, D. (2008, March). Shoot Me!: An Overview of Suicide-by-Cop. AELE Law Enforcement Legal Center Instructor’s Manual. Chicago.

Hamm, Mark S. (2007) “Terrorism Post 9/11.” In Violence, Conflict, and World Order: Critical Conversations on State-Sanctioned Justice, edited by Gregg Barak. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman& Littlefield. Pp. 127-160.

Wilson, F. T. (2007).The Beech Nut Corporation Apple Juice Scandal. In J. Gerber & E. L. Jensen (Eds.),  Encyclopedia of White-Collar Crime. Westport: Greenwood Press.

Altheide, D.L. & Grimes, J.N.  (2006). War Making and Propaganda: Media  Responsibility for Human Rights. In Diana Papademas (editor), Studies in  Communication: Human Rights and Media. Vol. 6. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.

Hamm, Mark S. (2006) “The USA Patriot Act and the Politics of Fear.” In Quest: Reading the World and Arguing for Change, edited by Kim Stallings. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Pp. 459-472 (reprint of 2004 chapter in Ferrell et al.)

Woods, D. (2006). Piquerism: The Investigative Challenge of Serial Murder. Chapter 6 in P. Shon& D. Milovanovic (Eds.) Serial Killers: Understanding Lust Murder. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Altheide, D.L. & Grimes, J.N. (2005) “News Management and the Iraq War.” (With  David L. Altheide) in Peter Phillips (Ed.) Project Censored, Censored 2006. New York: Seven Stories Press: 366-372.

Hamm, Mark S. (2005) “After September 11: Terrorism Research and the Crisis in Criminology.” Theoretical Criminology, 9: 237-51.

Hamm, Mark S. (2005) “Doing Terrorism Research in the Dark Ages: Confessions of a Bottom Dog.” In Edgework: The Sociology of Voluntary Risk Taking, edited by Stephen Lyng. New York: Routledge. Pp. 273-92.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004) “Cuban Detainees.” In Encyclopedia of Prisons & Correctional Facilities, edited by Mary Bosworth. Thousand Oaks: CA: Sage. Pp. 208-10.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004) “Hate Violence.” In Violence: From Theory to Research, edited by Margaret A. Zahn, Henry H. Brownstein, and Shelly L. Jackson. Cincinnati: Lexus/Nexus. Pp. 227-36.

Hamm, Mark S. (2004) “The USA Patriot Act and the Politics of Fear.” In Cultural Criminology Unleashed, edited by Jeff Ferrell, Keith Hayward, Wayne Morrison, and Mike Presdee. London: Glasshouse Press. Pp. 287-300.

Ponce, C., Woods, D., Skelton, D. (2004). Eliminating the Kidnappers in El Salvador. In G. Mesko, M. Pagon, and B. Dobovsek (eds)Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice (pp. 259-269). College of Police and Security Studies, Slovenia.

Shon, P. & Woods, D. (2004) Police Interrogations: A Lacanian Perspective. In G. Mesko, M. Pagon, and B. Dobovsek (eds) Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice (pp. 432 to 439). College of Police and Security Studies, Slovenia.

Woods, D., Skelton, D. & Ponce, C. (2004). The Origins and Development of the PoliciaNacional Civil of El Salvador. In G. Mesko, M. Pagon, and B. Dobovsek (eds) Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice (pp. 172-181).College of Police and Security Studies, Slovenia.

Hamm, Mark S. (2003) “Agony and Art: The Songs of 9/11.” In Media Representations of 9/11, edited by Steven Chermak, Frankie Y. Bailey and Michelle Brown. Westport, CT: Praeger. Pp. 201-220.

Hamm, Mark S. (2003) “Danger and Disorder: The World Since 9/11.” In Violence in American Society, edited by Suzanne Goodney-Lea. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

Hamm, Mark S. (2003) “Hate Crime.” In Encyclopediaof Violence, edited by Eric Hickey. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Leighton, Paul and Mark S. Hamm (2003) “Teaching About September 11.” In Teaching the Sociology of Deviance, edited by Martin D. Schwartz and Michael Maume. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

Hamm, Mark S. (2000) “Doing Gang Research: Pedagogical Implications of the Literature.” In J. Mitchell Miller and Richard Tewksbury (Eds.) Extreme Methods: Innovative Approaches  to Social Science Research. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Hamm, Mark S. (2000) “Timothy McVeigh.” In Encyclopedia of Violence in the United States, edited by Ronald Gottesman. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, Reference Books.

Hamm, Mark S. (2000) “Ruby Ridge.” In Encyclopedia of Violence in the United States, edited by Ronald Gottesman. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, Reference Books.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeff Ferrell (1999) “Rap, Cops, and Crime: Clarifying the ‘Cop Killer’ Controversy.” In Controversial Issues in Race and Ethnicity, edited by Richard C. Monk. Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw Hill. (Reprint of 1994 ACJS Today article.)

Hamm, Mark S. (1999) “Should Official Statistics Be the Primary Source for Research on American Terrorism? No.” In Controversial Issues in Criminology, edited by John Fuller and Eric Hickey. New York: Allyn& Bacon, pp. 60-65.

Hamm, Mark S. (1999) “Rejoinder to Professor Brent Smith.” In Controversial Issues in Criminology, edited by John Fuller and Eric Hickey. New York: Allyn& Bacon, pp. 57-60.

Ferrell, Jeff and Mark S. Hamm (1998) “True Confessions: Law, Crime, and Field Research.” In Ethnography at the Edge: Crime, Deviance, and Field Research, edited by Jeff Ferrell and Mark S. Hamm.  Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 2-19.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998) “The Ethnography of Terror: Timothy McVeigh and the Blue Centerlight of Evil.” In Ethnography at the Edge: Crime, Deviance, and Field Research, edited by Jeff Ferrell and Mark S. Hamm. Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 111-130.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeff Ferrell (1998) “Confessions of Danger and Humanity.” In Ethnography at the Edge: Crime, Deviance, and Field Research, edited by Jeff Ferrell and Mark S. Hamm.  Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 254-272.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998/2001/2006) “Images of Crime and Punishment: The Laundering of White Crime.” In Images of Color, Images of Crime, edited by Coramae Mann and Marjorie S. Zatz. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Company, pp. 244-256.

Hamm, Mark S. (1998) “Terrorism, Hate Crime, and Anti-Government Violence.” In The Future of Terrorism: Violence in the New Millennium, edited by Harvey W. Kushner. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, pp. 59-96.

Hamm, Mark S. (1996) “Treatment Plans.” In Encyclopedia of American Prisons, edited by Marilyn D. McShane and Frank P. Williams III. New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc., pp. 460-461.

Hamm, Mark S. (1996) “Doing Gang Research in the 1990s: Pedagogical Implications of the Literature.” In Gangs: A Criminal Justice Approach edited by J. Mitchell Miller and Jeffrey P. Rush. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson, pp. 17-32.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeff Ferrell (1996/1998/1999) “Rap, Cops, and Crime: Clarifying the ‘Cop Killer’ Controversy.” In Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Crime and Criminology, edited by Richard C. Monk.  Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group (Reprint of 1994 ACJS Today article)

Hamm, Mark S. (1996/2000) “Satanic Cults and Hate Groups.” In Teaching Criminology: Resources and Issues, edited by Richard A. Wright. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association, pp. 207-213.

Hamm, Mark S. (1996) “Conceptualizing Hate Crime in a Global Context.” In Criminology: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, edited by Robert Heiner. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., pp. 91-108 (Reprint of 1994 chapter in Hate Crime)

Roy, Sudipto& Brown, Michael P. (1996). "Juvenile Electronic Monitoring Program in Lake County, Indiana: An Evaluation" (p. 21-35) [invited and peer reviewed paper], in Intermediate Sanctions: Sentencing in the 1990s (ed.) Smykla, J. and Selke, W., Anderson Publishing, Cincinnati, OH, 1995.

Brown, Michael P. & Roy, Sudipto (1995). Manual and Electronic House Arrest Programs for Adults: An Evaluation of Factors Related to Failure" (p. 37-53) [invited and peer reviewed paper], in Intermediate Sanctions: Sentencing in the 1990s (ed.) Smykla, J. and Selke, W., Anderson Publishing, Cincinnati, OH, 1995.

Hamm, Mark S. (1995) “Hammer of the Gods Revisited: Neo‑Nazi Skinheads, Domestic Terrorism, and the Rise of the New Protest Music.” In Cultural Criminology, edited by Jeff Ferrell and Clinton R. Sanders. Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 190-212.

Hamm, Mark S. (1995/2002)  “The Differences Between Street Gangs and Neo-Nazi Skinheads.”  In The Modern Gang Reader, edited by Malcolm W. Klein, Cheryl L. Maxam and Jody Miller.  Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Co.

Hamm, Mark S. and Jeffrey L. Schrink (1995) “The Conditions of Effective Implementation: A Guide to Accomplishing Rehabilitative Objectives in Corrections.” In Prison Crisis: Critical Readings, edited by Ed Sbarbro and Robert Keller. Albany, NY: Harow and Heston Publishers. (Reprint by invitation of 1989 Criminal Justice & Behavior article)

Hamm, Mark S. (1995) “A Vignette on Loyalty: The Rehabilitative Ideal and Corruption in Prison Administration.” In Morality in Criminal Justice: An Introduction to Ethics, edited by Daryl Close and Nicholas Meier. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, pp. 559‑565.

Hamm, Mark S. (1995) “Whistleblowing in Corrections.” In Morality in Criminal Justice: An Introduction to Ethics, edited by Daryl Close and Nicholas Meier. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, pp. 202‑209. (Reprint by invitation of 1989 Sociological Viewpoints article)

Hamm, Mark S. (1994/2000) “Satanic Cults and Hate Groups.” In Teaching About and Responding to Hate Crimes on Campus: A Resource Guide, edited by Claire M. Renzetti, Marcia Trexler Segal and Howard Erlich. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association, pp. 19‑26. (Syllabus cited as a model university curriculum by the bias‑motivated crime division of the ASA)

Hamm, Mark S. (1994/1995) “Conceptualizing Hate Crime in a Global Context.” In Hate Crime: International Perspectives on Causes and Control, edited by Mark S. Hamm. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson Publishing Co., pp. xi‑xiv.

Hamm, Mark S.(1994/1995) “A Modified Social Control Theory of Terrorism: An Empirical and Ethnographic Assessment of the American Neo‑Nazi Skinheads.” In Hate Crime: International Perspectives on Causes and Control, edited by Mark S. Hamm. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 71‑90.

Hamm, Mark S.(1994/1995) “Conceptualizing Hate Crime in a Global Context.” In Hate Crime: International Perspectives on Causes and Control, edited by Mark S. Hamm. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 173‑194.

Roy, Sudipto. (1994). "Electronic Monitoring of Juvenile Offenders: The Lake County, Indiana Experience" (p. 159-167) [invited and peer reviewed paper], in Innovative Trends and Specialized Strategies in Community-based Corrections (ed.) Fields, C., Garland Publishing, Inc., New York, 1994.

Hamm, Mark S., TereseCoupez, Frances E. Hoze and Corey Weinstein (1994) “The Myth of Humane Imprisonment: A Critical Analysis of Severe Discipline in U.S. Maximum Security Prisons, 1945‑1990.” In Prison Violence in America (Second Edition), edited by Michael Braswell, Reid Montgomery, Jr. and Lucien X. Lombardo. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 163‑196.

Hamm, Mark S.(1993) “State Organized Homicide: A Study of Seven CIA Plans to Assassinate Fidel Castro.” In Making Law: The State, The Law, and Structural Contradictions, edited by William J. Chambliss and Marjorie S. Zatz. Bloomington: Indiana University Press., pp. 315‑346.

Hamm, Mark S.(1993) “Implementing Prison Drug War Policy: A Biopsy of the Wallet.” In Altered States of Mind: Critical Observations on the Drug War, edited by Peter B. Kraska. New York/London: Garland Publishing, Inc., pp. 49‑86.

Hamm, Mark S.(1992/1996/2007) “The Offender Self‑Help Movement as Correctional Treatment.” In Correctional Counseling, edited by David Lester, Michael Braswell and Patricia Van Voorhis. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 211‑224. (Reprint by invitation of 1988 Federal Probation article.)

Hamm, Mark S.(1991) “Confronting the Appeal of White Extremism Through Correctional Education.” Yearbook of Correctional Education 1991, edited by Stephen Duguid. Burnaby, British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, pp. 107‑128.

Hamm, Mark S. (1991) “The Abandoned Ones: A History of the Oakdale/Atlanta Prison Riots.” In Crimes by the Capitalist State: An Introduction to State Criminality, edited by Gregg Barak. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, pp. 145‑180.

Hamm, Mark S.(1990) “Addicts Helping Addicts to Help Themselves: The Baltimore City Jail Project.” In Drugs, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System, edited by Ralph A. Weisheit. Cincinnati: ACJS/Anderson Publishing Co., pp. 361‑381.

Hamm, Mark S., Robert G. Huckabee, Diane M. Daane and J. Steven Smith (1989) “The Impact of Television on Prison Order.” In the Yearbook of Correctional Education 1989, edited by Stephen Duguid. Burnaby, British Columbia: Institute for the Humanities, Simon Fraser University, pp. 229‑248.

____________ (2015) Foreword to Understanding Hate Crimes: Acts, Motives, Offenders, Victims, and Justice by Carolyn Turpin-Petrisino. New York: Routledge, p. viii.

MONOGRAPHS

Woods, D. (2013, n.p.). “Indigent Defense Eligibility Screening System Study.” An evaluation of a 2013 Edward Byrne Memorial JAG Grant awarded by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute to develop and evaluate a uniform method of assigning counsel to indigent defendants in the State of Indiana.

Woods, D. (2009, n.p): Crime analysis study for the Farrington’s Grove Historic District, with community presentation resulting in a front page article in the Terre Haute Tribune Star.

Woods, D. &Polizzi, D. (2008). Shoot Me!: An Overview of Suicide-by-Cop. Reprint of Forum Journal article in AELE Law Enforcement Legal Center instructional manual. Chicago, IL.

Hamm, Mark S. (2007) Terrorist Recruitment in American Correctional Institutions: An Exploratory Study of Non-Traditional Faith Groups. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice.

Hamm, Mark S. (2005) Crimes Committed by Terrorist Groups: Theory, Research, and Prevention. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.

Woods, D., Skelton, D., Huckabee, R. (2005). NSWC Crane Law Enforcement Affordable Access to Night Vision Program Evaluation.

Skelton, D., Marsh, H. & Woods, D. (2001) Indiana State Coroners Training Board Guidebook.

Woods, D. (n.d.).The Mission of Policing: The Lost Imperative. First published on the Internet this paper was later translated into Portuguese and used by the Sao Paulo State Police, Brazil in their training program.

Woods, D. & Myrha, K. (n.d.). The Changing Role of Police Investigator. First published on the Internet, this paper was later translated into Turkish to be used in the training of Turkish National Police.

Hamm, Mark S. (1996) Terrorism, Hate Crime, and Anti-Government Violence. Commissioned by the National Research Council Commission Behavioral and Social Science and Education, Committee on Law and Justice. Washington, D.C.

Hamm, Mark S. California Prisoners' Rights Union (1991) Shattering the Myth of Humane Imprisonment in the United States. Sacramento, CPU.

Hamm, Mark S. (1987) Attitudes of Indiana Legislators Toward Crime and Criminal Justice: A Report of the State Legislator Survey‑1986. Terre Haute, IN: Indiana State University.

Hamm, Mark S. (1986) Heroin Addiction, Anomie and Social Policy in the United States and Britain. Washington, D.C.: American Academy of Higher Education.

POLICY PAPERS, CONFERENCE PAPERS, AND PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Avdija, A. S. (2016, November). Police Response to Crime Scenes: Testing the Effect of the Number of Patrol Officers Responding to an Active Crime Scene on the Immediate Arrest Success Rates. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA.

Avdija, A. S., & Jobi, O. (2016, November). The Effect of Differential Police Patrols on Citizen's Fear of Crime. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA.

Avdija, A. S. (Chair). (2016, November). Macro-Level Issues in Crime Prevention Strategies. Thematic panel session conducted at the annual meeting of The American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA.

Decker, L .  (2015, March). Droning on?  A review of the U.S. legal response to police use of Unmanned Aerial Systems for criminal investigation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, FL.

Avdija, A. S. (2015, March). Gun Ownership in the United States: Factors that Affect Civilians’ Decision to Buy or Own Guns. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, FL.

Murray, Jennifer L. (2015, March).  Sadistic, Sexually Deviant and Misogynistic Fantasies in Serial and Mass Killers.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, FL.

Polizzi, D.  Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Moral Responsibility, March 27, 2015, Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah

Wilson, Frank.  (2015, March). Bringing Crime and Media Research to the People: A New Perspective. Round table presentation with Scott Vollum, Ph.D., Jackie Vollum, Ph.D., Tammy Garland, Ph.D., and Nickie Phillips, Ph.D. at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, FL.

Decker, L .Do You Have To Hit Rock Bottom To Recover? An Analysis of Motivation to Recover Through The Lens of the Vigo County Drug Court Experience February 2014

Hamm, Mark S. Prison Radicalization and Sacred Terrorism.” Radicalization Awareness Network/Working Group on Prison & Probation. Rome, Dec. 11, 2014.

Hamm, Mark S. “Visual Images and Criminal Cues.” Seminar Series: Visual Criminology: Crime, Criminal Justice, and the Image. Keele University, UK. Oct. 24, 2014.

Hamm, Mark S. “Kramer Jihadists: The Cultural Criminology of FBI Sting Operations against Lone Wolf Terrorists.” University of Kent (UK). Oct. 23, 2014.

Hamm, Mark S. “Lone Wolf Terrorism: Radicalization and Recruitment into ISIS.” City University London. Oct. 21, 2014.

Hamm, Mark S. “Lone Wolf Terrorism in America: Using Knowledge of Radicalization Pathways to Forge Prevention Strategies.” Shaping Applied Research on Lone Actor Terrorism. Preventing, Interdicting and Mitigating Extremism (PRIME) University College London, Oct. 20, 2014.

Hamm, Mark S. “Growth of Islamic Extremism in Prison.” International Centre for Counter-Terrorism—The Hague, The Netherlands. Oct. 17, 2014.

Hamm, Mark S. “Lone Wolf Terrorism in America: Using Knowledge of Radicalization Pathways to Forge Prevention Strategies.” Domestic Radicalization Research Program Status Meeting. National Institute of Justice, Washington, June 2, 2014.

Hamm, Mark S. Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Leadership Forum. U.S. Department of Justice, May 5, 2014.

Spaaij, Ramon and Mark S. Hamm (2015) “Parramatta Shooting: How Much Do We Really Know about Lone Wolf Terrorism.” The Conversation, Oct. 4.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Brian R. Johnson, & Phillip C. Shon (2014). “An Exploratory Study of School Crime and Rural Teacher and Staff Victimization: A Research Note”. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2014 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting in Philadelphia, PA.

Wilson, F.Gender Differences in Reentry Success: An Examination of Violent Offenders on Parole. Secondary presenter with Ashley G. Blackburn, Ph.D. at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. February 2014

Avdija, A. S. (2013, November). Police Use of Force: An Analysis of Factors that Affect Police Officer’s Decision to Use Force on Suspects. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.

Avdija, A. S. (2013, March). Psychometric assessment of measuring instruments: Construct validation of two instruments designed to measure police behavior. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Dallas, TX.

Brian R. Johnson & Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2013). “Consequences of school violence:  Personal coping and protection measures by school personnel in their personal lives.” Paper presented to the 2013 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Dallas, TX.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prison Radicalization Since 9/11.” Center on Terrorism, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York. October 11, 2013.

Hamm, Mark S. “To Drone or Not to Drone: That is the Question for Stochastic Terrorism.” International Crime, Media & Popular Culture Studies Conference, Indiana State University, September 27, 2013.

Hamm, Mark S. “Lone Wolf Terrorism in America: Radicalization Pathways and Prevention Strategies.” NIJ Domestic Radicalization Program. Washington, Feb. 7, 2013.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2013, November).  Attended the conference “Before the Shooting Starts: Predicting and Preventing Rampage Killings,” Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona.

Murray, Jennifer L. (Accepted August 26, 2016). Mass Media Reporting and Enabling

of Mass Shootings. Cultural Studies ó Critical Methodologies.

Murray, Jennifer L. (Accepted August 22, 2016). The Transcendent Fantasy in Mass

Killers. Deviant Behavior.

Murray, Jennifer L. (Accepted April 1, 2016). The Role of Sexual, Sadistic, and

Misogynistic Fantasy in Mass and Serial Killing. Deviant Behavior.

Avdija, A. S. (2012, September). Steps Toward Awareness Growth and Emotional Strength: Testing the Effects of STAGES Treatment Program on Overall Inmates’ Quality of Life in a Federal Prison. Paper presented at the 8th international conference of Research in Education and Rehabilitation Science, Zagreb, Croatia.

Avdija, A. S., Roy, S. (2012, September). The Effect of Emotional Exhaustion on Prison Employees’ Personal Accomplishments and Job Satisfaction in the Maximum and the Medium Security Prisons. Paper presented at the 8th international conference of Research in Education and Rehabilitation Science, Zagreb, Croatia.

Avdija, A. S. (2012, March). SWAT team: A life saving not a life taking police operation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, New York, NY.

Avdija, A. S. (Chair). (2012, March). Special units, task forces, and crime reduction initiatives. Thematic panel session conducted at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, New York, NY.

Decker, Lisa.Should We Put Up a Fight? Current trends in the right to resist unlawful residential entry. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, New York, NY, 2012.

Eric G. Lambert, Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Nancy L. Hogan & Eugene A. Paoline III (2012). “Being the good soldier who supports helping others: The association between correctional orientation and organizational citizenship behaviors among correctional staff”. Paper presented to the 2012 annual meeting of the Midwest Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, IL.

Grimes, J. 2012.   “Flash Mobs, Flash Robs, and Moral Panics: The Demonization of Black Youth in Mainstream and Alternative Media.” Presented at the Third Annual International Crime, Media, and Popular Culture Studies Conference, Terre Haute, Indiana.

Hamm, Mark S. “Lone Wolf Terrorism in America: Radicalization Pathways and Prevention Strategies.” University of Kent (UK), Crime, Culture, Control Seminar Series, Nov. 5, 2012.

Hamm, Mark S. “The Spectacular Few: Prisoner Radicalization and the Evolving Terrorist Threat.” University of Cambridge, Institute of Criminology, Nov. 1, 2012.

Hamm, Mark S. “The Spectacular Few: Prisoner Radicalization and the Evolving Terrorist Threat.” Federal Correctional Institution—Terre Haute, Aug. 24, 2012.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2012, September).The seven stages of the mass media reporting cycle for mass killings.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Crime, Media & Popular Cultures Studies Conference, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2012, July).The mass killer’s search for validation through, infamy, media attention, and transcendence.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the European Society for The Study of Symbolic Interaction (EU SSSI): Conflict, Cooperation and Transformation in Everyday Life, Erasmus University Rotterdam in The Netherlands.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2012, May).  Suicidal-homicidal ideation in mass killers and transcendent theory.Paper presented at the Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2012, August).  “The Fantasy Process for Mass and Serial Killers.” Federal Correctional Institution—Terre Haute.

Polizzi, D.  (2012).  Philosophy and the Ethics of Criminal Justice Practice. Roundtable presentation: American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, November 14-17.

Phillip Shon, Shannon Barton-Bellessa, &Jihee Lee (2012). “What are we teaching our students in introductory criminology textbooks? Ignorance, misattributions, and errors about the psychological theory of Alfred Adler”. Paper presented to the 2012 annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Chicago, IL.

Roy, Sudipto "Probationers and Prison-bound Offenders in an Electronically Monitored Home Detention Program: A Comparative Study", 8th International Scientific Conference, University of Zagreb, Croatia, September 2012.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa and Brian R. Johnson (2012).  “Personal protection practices of school teachers: An exploratory study”. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in New York City, NY.

Wilson, F.(2012).  To Understand the Living, You Got to Commune with the Dead: A Historical Analysis of a Prison Cemetery at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL, November 2012.

Woods, D. 2012: “On Your Page—In Your Head”  A presentation before the 4th annual Crime, Media, and Popular Culture conference, ISU, September 18.

Woods, D. 2012: Chaired panel on media and crime at the International Crime, Media & Popular Culture Studies Conference, Indiana State University, September 18.

Avdija, A. S. (2011, November) Stress and law enforcers: Testing the relationship between law enforcement work and family issues. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C.

Avdija, A. S., & Roy, S. (2011, November). Occupational exhaustion among prison staff: Multivariate analysis of correlates associated with emotional exhaustion. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prisoner Radicalization in the United States.” Prison Radicalization, Rehabilitation & Reintegration of Violent Extremist Offenders: Good Practices &Lessons Learned” conference. Sponsored by the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism—The Hague and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, The Hague, Dec. 8, 2011.

Hamm, Mark S. “Strengthening Prison Management.” Tackling the Threat Posed by Violent Extremists in Prisons Program. Wilton Park, UK, July 19, 2011.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prisoner Radicalization and Sacred Terrorism.” Prindell Center on International Relations. DePauw University, April 28, 2011.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prisoner Radicalization and Sacred Terrorism.” Keynote address, Terrorism & Allied Matters, National Prisons Intelligence Unit, New Scotland Yard, UK, April 20, 2011.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prisoner Radicalization and Sacred Terrorism.” Keynote address. Learning from the Other. Symposium on Radicalization, Disengagement and Youth Violence in Europe. Sponsored by EXIT/British Council, University of St. Andrews, Stockholm, Sweden, February 11, 2011.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2011, September).The Mass Killer’s Search for Validation Through Infamy and Media Attention.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Crime, Media & Popular Cultures Studies Conference, in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2011, July).  Imagining Imagination.  Paper presented by co-writer at the Couch-Stone Winter Symposium of the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction (SSSI), in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 1-3; and presented by co-writer at the Conference on European Symbolic Interaction, in Kassel, DE. 

Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, Marie L. Griffin, and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2011). “Examining the Effects of Job Variables on Different Types of Organizational Commitment among Correctional Staff.” Paper presented to the 2011 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Toronto, ON: Canada.

Polizzi, D.   The Event of Forensic Psychology: The Phenomenology of the Givenness within the Therapeutic Relationship American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.(November, 2011).  Panel Presentation.

Polizzi, D.  Experiencing Corrections American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.(November, 2011).  Author’s Roundtable Presentation.

Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa (2011). “Reducing stress through education”. Paper presented to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Terre Haute, IN, Education Staff training, August 26, 2011.

Avdija, A. S. (2010, November). Examining the effect victim-offender relationship on crime-reporting behavior. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California. November, 2010.

Avdija, A. S. (2010, February). The role of police behavior in predicting citizens’ attitudes toward the police. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA.

Avdija, A. S. (2010, February). The impact of prior victimization and socio-economic status on people’s crime-reporting behavior. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA.

Decker, Lisa. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference Philadelphia, PA Presented a paper with undergraduate students based on funded research program collecting data on all Vigo County Drug Court participants from 2008 to 2010.

Hamm, Mark S. “Lone Wolves on the Rise: The New Threat of Lone Terrorists, from the Unabomber to the Standalone Jihadist.” International Centre for Counter-Terrorism—The Hague, the Netherlands, November 5, 2010.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa (2010). “The Association between Perceptions of Distributive Justice and Procedural Justice with Support of Treatment and Support of Punishment among Correctional Staff.” Paper presented to the 2010 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton-Bellessa and Shanhe Jiang (2010). “Examining the relationship between Supervisor Trust and Management Trust and Job Burnout among Correctional Staff..” Paper presented to the 2010 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Kelly Cheeseman Dial, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa (2010). “The Relationship Between Job Stressors and Job Involvement among Correctional Staff: A Test of the Job Demands Model.” Paper presented to the 2010 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, IrshadAltheimer, and Shannon Barton (2010). “The Correlates of Correctional Orientation in a Treatment Focused Prison: A Test of Person-Environment Fit Theory.” Paper presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in San Diego, California.

Hamm, Mark S. “Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing.” Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, August 6, 2010.

Hamm, Mark S. “Radicalization: Street Gangs and Terrorists.” Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute. Bloomington, Ill. May 27, 2010.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prison-Based Terrorism: A Life-Course Perspective.” Cambridge University (UK), February 4, 2010.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prison-Based Terrorism: A Life-Course Perspective.” University of Kent (UK), February 2, 2010.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prison-Based Terrorism: A Life-Course Perspective.” City University of London (UK), February 1, 2010.

Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, IrshadAltheimer, Eric Lambert, and Kelly Cheeseman Dial (2010). “Examining the Effects of Stressors on Organizational Citizenship Behaviors among Private Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study.” Paper presented to the 2010 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Polizzi, D.  The Social Construction of Crime as Dis-ease: Epidemiological Criminology from a Phenomenological Perspective.  American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA., (November, 2010)  Panel Chair/ Presenter.

Woods, D. 2010: Chaired panel on media and crime at the International Crime, Media & Popular Culture Studies Conference, Indiana State University, September 28 “Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing.” European Experts Network Conference. Brussels, Belgium, September 21, 2010.

Avdija, A. S. (Chair). (2009, November).Police confidence, reporting, surveillance, and analysis. Thematic panel session conducted at the annual meeting of The American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.

Avdija, A. S. (2009, November). Developing an action plan for the implementation of community policing policy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.

Avdija, A. S. (2009, November). Crime-reporting behavior: A test of a theoretical model that accounts for the explanation of crime-reporting behavior. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.

Avdija, A. S. (2009, November). Targeted policing: A comparative analysis of eight experimental studies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.

Avdija, A. S. (2009, November). Policing mentally ill: The need for special police training. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Boston, MA.

Avdija, A. S. (2009, November). Evidence-based policing: A proactive approach in eliminating crime-prone areas. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, MO.

Hamm, Mark S. “New Trends in Prisoner Radicalization: Social Networks and (Un)Popular Culture.” First International Crime, Media & Popular Culture Studies Conference, Indiana State University, October 5, 2009.

Hamm, Mark S. “Is the Prison System Rehabilitating Terrorists or Radicalizing Them?” World Summit on Counter-Terrorism: Terrorism’s Global Impact. International Institute for Counter-Terrorism, Herzliya, Israel, September 8, 2009.

Hamm, Mark S. “Predictors of Terrorist Attacks: Criminological Perspectives.” International Expert Meeting.Max  Planck Institute/Netherlands Police Agency. Freiburg, Germany, March 20, 2009.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prison Islam in the Age of Sacred Terror.” Indiana University, March 6, 2009.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prison Radicalization.” U.S. Attorney’s Office, Central District of Illinois, Anti-Terrorism Advisory Council, Prison Radicalization Working Group. Springfield, Illinois, February 19, 2009.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prison Islam in the Age of Sacred Terror.” Center on Terrorism, John Jay College, The City University of New York, March 13, 2009.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prisoner Radicalization.” National Advocacy Center, National Security Training for Anti-Terrorism Prosecutors and JTTF Agents/Officers. Columbia, S.C., February 6, 2009.

Polizzi, D.  Social Presence and the Criminal Body: A Phenomenological Reflection.  American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting.Philadelphia, PA, (November, 2009) Panel chair

Wilson, F.(2009).  Police Violence Depictions in the Core Cop Film Genre: Should We Explore Cultivation Theory at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA, November 2009.

Wilson, F.(2009).  The Depiction of African American Municipal Police Officers in the first thirty five years of the “Core Cop Film” genre. Presented with Howard Henderson, Ph.D. at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA. March 2009.

Woods, D. 2009: “Crime in Farrington’s Grove” a presentation of the results of a crime analysis study delivered to the community and historic district board in Terre Haute, IN.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, and OkoElechi. (2008). "The Impact of Job Stress, Job Involvement, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment on Correctional Staff Support for Rehabilitation and Punishment. Paper presented at the 2008 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Grimes, J.2008   “The social construction of social problems:  The mass media and ‘Three Strikes.’
Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, St. Louis.

Hamm, Mark S. “From Hate Rock to Hip Hop: A Criminology of the Good, the Bad, and the Truly Awful.” Crime and Popular Culture Conference. Southwest Missouri State University, October 30, 2008.

Polizzi, D.  Agnew’s General Strain Theory: A Phenomenological PerspectiveMidwestern Criminal Justice Association Annual Meeting,Chicago, IL (September, 2008).

Polizzi, D.  Developing Therapeutic Trust with Court-Ordered ClientsMidwestern Criminal Justice Association Annual Meeting,Chicago, IL.  (September, 2008)

Polizzi, D.  Humanistic Approaches to Offender Treatment: Relationship and the Rehabilitative Process.  Roundtable presentation: American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri (November, 2008)

Polizzi, D.  Educational seminar (2008):  Americans for Effective Law Enforcement (AELE): Woods, Polizzi: Shoot Me: An overview of suicide by cop inLegal, Psychological and Biomedical aspects of Officer- Involved Lethal and Less lethal Force.  AELE Publications: CD Rom formatted.

Wilson, F.(2008).  The depiction of terrorism and terrorists in the first three decades of the core cop film genre: A prelude to 9/11. Presented with Howard Henderson, Ph.D. and Yeok-il Cho, Ph.D. at the Institute of Justice and International Studies Annual Conference, Warrensburg, MO. February 2008.

Wilson, F.(2008).  Terrorism and media in Korea. Secondary presenter with Yeok-il Cho, Ph.D. at the Institute of Justice and International Studies Annual Conference, Warrensburg, MO. February 2008.

Decker, L.Tracking High-Tech Search and Seizure law March 2007 The Oxford Roundtable Oxford, England Presented a paper, at an invitation only conference, on the legal aspects of high-tech searches and seizures within the areas of drug investigations and terrorism.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Shanhe Jiang, and David Baker. (2007). "The Impact of Punishment and Rehabilitation Views on Organizational Commitment Among Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study." Paper presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Grimes, J.  2007.  “Sentencing policy and the mass media:  The social construction of ‘Three Strikes.’ ” Paper presented at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Grimes, J.  2007  “The Propaganda Project and the Iraq War” (with David L. Altheide.) Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Hamm, Mark S. “Terrorist Recruitment in U.S. Correctional Institutions: An Exploratory Study on Non-Traditional Faith Groups.” Social Science Research Colloquium. Indiana State University, October 31, 2007.

Hamm, Mark S. ‘”High Crimes and Misdemeanors’: George W. Bush and the Sins of Abu Ghraib.” Transgressions at the Edge Conference, John Jay College, The City University of New York. August 9, 2007.

Hamm, Mark S. “Prisoner Radicalization.” National Institute of Justice Conference, Washington, July 24, 2007.

Shannon M. Barton and Roy, Sudipto “Convicted Drunk Drivers in An Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program: A Preliminary Study”. American Society of Criminology, November, 2007.

Shannon M. Barton, and Sudipto Roy (2007). “An Exploratory study on convicted drunk drivers placed in electronic monitoring home detention program in Vigo County, Indiana.” Paper presented at the 2007 American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Shanhe Jiang, Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Lois Ventura, and Terry Nerbonne. (2007). "Rural Law Enforcement Officers Perceptions of the Likelihood of Arrest in Various Situational Domestic Violence Cases." Paper presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Seattle, Washington.

Wilson, F.(2007).  Discipline specific genre operationalizations: Establishing the foundation for film study replications. Presented with Robert A. Sarver III at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. November 2007.

Wilson, F.(2007).  The absence of homosexual police officer depictions in the first three decades of the “Core Cop Film” genre. Presented with Warren Swymeler at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Seattle, WA. March 2007.

Carlos Ponce, Shannon M. Barton, and Robert Huckabee (2006). “Gang versus Non-Gang Related Homicides in El Salvador: An Initial Exploration.” Paper presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 2006 Annual Meeting Baltimore, Maryland.

Hamm, Mark S. “Crimes Committed by Terrorist Groups.” Terrorism & the University Conference. John Jay College, The City University of New York. November 22, 2006.

Hamm, Mark S.  “Terrorist Recruitment in U.S. Prisons.” National Institute of Justice Technology and Science Conference, Atlanta, September 7, 2006.

Hamm, Mark S. “Crimes Committed by Terrorist Groups.” National Institute of Justice Conference on Terrorism, Denver, June 13, 2006.

Wilson, F.(2006).  “Hashing” out the marijuana issue: Reefer madness revisited. Presented with Mike Vanhaulstien at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, MD. March 2006.

Wilson, F.(2006).  Consistencies and inconsistencies in visual media violence and viewer aggression studies: A cumulation of study results 1956-2005. Presented with Robert Morris at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, MD. March 2006.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy L. Hogan, Shannon Barton, Terry Nerbonne, and Janet A. Lambert (2005). “Differences in Forensic Science Views and Needs of Law Enforcement: A Survey of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies. Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting in Chicago, IL, March 15-19, 2005.

Grimes, J.  2005  “Crime and Public Policy:  The Social Force of the Mass Media.” Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Grimes, J.  2005  “A Sociological analysis of the Lack of Media Coverage of The Project for a New American Century and the Iraq War.” (with David L. Altheide). Presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association Meeting, Portland, OR.

Grimes, J.  2005 “Protecting Arizona’s Vulnerable Populations:  Juveniles and Prisoners as Research Subjects.”  Presented at the annual meeting of the Arizona Evaluation Network, Tempe, AZ.

Murray, Jennifer L.  (2005, October).   (ICT) Surveillance and Identity Management of Lesbians in the Workplace.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the  Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) conference in Pasadena, CA.

Polizzi, D. (2005).  Working Therapeutically with Offender Populations: Clinical    Colloquium Graduate Program Counseling Psychology ChristianTheological Seminary.  (Indianapolis, IN). 

Woods, D. 2005: “The Evolution of the National Civil Police of El Salvador,” with David Skelton, DeVere Woods, and Carlos Ponce. A paper delivered before the annual conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 15-19, Chicago, IL.

Barton, Shannon, and Roy, Sudipto “Alcohol and Drug Counseling to Domestic Violence Court Referrals: A Study”, Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice: An International Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 23-25, 2004.

Barton, Shannon, and Roy, Sudipto “The Role of Drug and Alcohol Counseling in Domestic Violence Court Referrals: Does Participation Reduce Recidivism?”, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, March 2004.

Decker, L.Sex Offender Sentencing: Perceptions and Reality March 2004 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference Las Vegas, NV Presented a paper, with master’s student Misty Highsmith, based on a survey of all criminal court judges in Indiana regarding what factors affect sentencing of sex offenders where the victims are children.

Eric G. Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, Shannon M. Barton and Terry Nerbonne (2004). “The Views of Rural Law Enforcement Officers on Domestic Violence: Part II.” Paper presented at the 2004 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting in Las Vegas, NV.

Hamm, Mark S. “Terrorism Post 9/11.” Critical Conversations on State-Sanctioned Justice, Eastern Kentucky University, May 7, 2004.

Nancy L. Hogan, Eric G. Lambert, James Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (2004). “The Rehabilitation and Punishment Views of Staff at a Private Prison and the Impact of Their Views on the Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment”. Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Nashville, TN, November 16-19, 2004.

Shannon M. Barton and Sudipto Roy (2004). “The Role of Drug & Alcohol Counseling in Domestic Violence Court Referrals: Does Participation Reduce Recidivism?” Paper presented at The Fifth Biennial International Criminal Justice Conference POLICING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 23-25, 2004

Sudipto Roy and Shannon Barton (2004) “Convicted Drunk Drivers in Electronic Monitoring Home Detention and Day Reporting Center: a Comparative Study”. Paper presented at The Fifth Biennial International Criminal Justice Conference POLICING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 23-25, 2004

Shannon M. Barton and Sudipto Roy (2004). “The Role of Drug & Alcohol Counseling in Domestic Violence Court Referrals: Does Participation Reduce Recidivism?” Paper presented at the 2004 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting in Las Vegas, NV, March 9-13, 2004.

Shon, Phillip, Roy, Sudipto, and Targonski, Josep“Female Parricide Offenders and the Myth of the Evil Stepmothers: Asymmetrical Distribution of Risk of Homicide for Parents and Stepparents”, American Society of Criminology, Nashville, November, 2004.

Roy, Sudipto, and Barton, Shannon “Convicted Drunk Drivers in Two Community-Based Programs: A Comparative Study”, Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice: An International Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 23-25, 2004.

Woods, D. 2004: “The Theory of Community Policing,” A presentation to the National Civil Police of El Salvador on the development and meaning of community policing, August 13 in San Salvador, El Salvador.

Woods, D. 2004: “Horror Stories: Dysfunctional Practices in Community Policing,” A paper delivered before the annual conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 9-13, Las Vegas, NV.

Hamm, Mark S. “Apocalyptic Violence: The Seduction of Terrorist Subcultures.” First International Cultural Criminology Conference. University of London, May 9, 2003.

Nancy Lynne Hogan, Eric Lambert, and Shannon M. Barton (2003). “ The Impact of Punishment and Rehabilitation Views and Their Impact on Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, an d Organizational Commitment among Correctional Staff at a Prison with a Treatment-Oriented Warden.” Paper presented at the 2003 American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Denver, Colorado.

Woods, D. 2003: “Community Policing: The Trojanowicz Perspective.” A paper delivered before the annual conference of the Midwest Academy of Criminal Justice, October1- 4, Chicago, IL.

Decker, Lisa.Organizational Commitment to Community Policing  April 2002 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference Anaheim, CA Presented paper with Dr. DeVere Woods examining police department’s commitment to community policing based on certain departmental characteristics which are consistent with the existence of community policing.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton (2002). “Differences Between Male and Female Prison Staff in their Work Attitudes and Perceptions of the Work Environment.” Paper presented at the 2002 Midwestern Criminal Justice Association annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

Grimes, J.  2002  “Predicting retention in drug court:  The effects of static and dynamic factors on program completion” (with John Hepburn and Angela Harvey.)  Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, and Shannon Barton (2002). “Understanding Prison programming Failure: Discussion of Staff Interviews from a Cognitive Program for High Risk Prisoners.” Paper presented at the 2002 Midwestern Criminal Justice Association annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

Shannon M. Barton, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Eric Lambert (2002). “Multiple Methods and Practical Research: The Value of Using Both Quantitative and Qualitative Data to Assess a Cognitive Based Program.” Paper presented at the 2002 American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

Woods, D. 2002: “Community Policing: Untried or Untrue.” A paper delivered before the annual conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 5-9, Anaheim, CA.

Decker, Lisa.Hiding Behind the Screen Door: The Fourth Amendment and Threshold Arrests April 2001 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference Washington, D.C. Presented paper on the developing and conflicting case law at the state and federal level concerning threshold arrests.

Nancy Lynne Hogan, Eric Lambert, Shannon M. Barton, Alan Clarke, and Andrea Nerbonne (2001). “An Exploratory Study of Rural Domestic Violence: Victim Experiences With Domestic Violence and With the Criminal Justice System.” Paper presented at the 2001 American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (2001). “An Evaluation of School Resource Officers: A Longitudinal Analysis.” Paper presented at the 2001 American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Shannon Barton, Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, and Alan Clarke (2001). “An Evaluation of a Diversity Workshop for Juvenile Detainees.” Paper presented at the 2001 Midwestern Criminal Justice Association annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

Shannon M. Barton, and Eric F. Bronson (2001). “Maltreated Girls and Delinquency: What is the Relationship?” Paper presented at the 2001 American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Woods, D. 2001: “Police Chief’s Perception of Support for Community Policing.” A paper delivered before the annual conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, April 3-7, Washington DC.

Decker, Lisa.From Totalitarian to Democratic Policing: Bosnia and Herzegovina in transition March 2000 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference New Orleans, Louisiana Presented paper on the progress and pains of transforming a totalitarian police agency into a democratic police force based on a case study of the recent experiences in Bosnia.

Decker, Lisa.Prosecutors’ attitudes and Sentencing  March 2000 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference     New Orleans, Louisiana Presented paper based on a survey of Indiana Prosecutors and Deputy Prosecuting Attorneys regarding the factors which effect their sentencing recommendations.

Hamm, Mark S. “The Oklahoma City Bombing.” Eastern Kentucky University, April 10, 2000.

Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Eric Lambert (2000). “Impact of a Cognitive Program on Institutional Misconduct of Inmates at a Midwestern Prison.” Paper Presented at the 2000 annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in San Francisco, California.

Nancy Hogan, Shannon M. Barton, and Eric Lambert (2000). “A Comparison of Faculty and Student Perceptions of Undergraduate Student Academic Dishonesty at a Midwestern University.” Paper presented at the 2000 Midwestern Criminal Justice Association annual meeting in Chicago, IL.

Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Eric Lambert, and Terry Nerbonne. (2000). “Undergraduate Academic Dishonesty: The Nature, Extent, and Responses to the Problem - The Perceptions of Faculty. Paper presented at the 2000 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Eric Lambert, Terry Nerbonne, Jack Buss, and Phillip Watson. (2000). “The Real Versus Perceived Needs in Forensic Sciences.” Paper presented at the 2000 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Shannon M. Barton (June 23, 2000). “Best Ways Community Partners Can Work Together to Improve Everyday Classroom Management”. Paper presented at the Safe Schools Symposium for the 21st Century, Lansing Michigan.

Shannon M. Barton (April 23, 2000). “Are Our Children Safe? An Overview of Violence Prevention Program sin School”. Paper presented at the Ferris State University, Women’s Professional Development Conference.

Roy, Sudipto “Vigo County, Indiana, Day Reporting Center: An Examination of Exit Status of Offenders, 1998-1999", American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November, 2000.

Woods, D. 2000: “Responding to Leadership: Goal Congruency and Conflict Among Police Officers and Police Chiefs.” A paper delivered before the annual conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 20-25, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Hamm, Mark S. “Profile of Hate Crime Offenders.” Justice Research and Statistics Association National Conference, Baltimore, November 3, 1999.

Hamm, Mark S. “Hate Crime and Hate Groups.” Responding to Hate Conference, Indiana University, October 3, 1999.

Hamm, Mark S. “When Youths Burn Out From White Supremacy Groups.” Illinois Correctional Association Training Institute, Chicago, September 19, 1999.

Hamm, Mark S. “Leaderless Resistance and the Radical Right: The Aryan Republican Army as a ‘New Social Movement.’” The George Washington University Sociology Colloquium, May 4, 1999.

Nancy Lynne Hogan, Shannon M. Barton, and Eric Lambert (November, 1999). "Undergraduate Student Ethical Dilemmas: The Nature, Extent, and Response to the Problem." Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference in Toronto, Canada.

Nancy Lynne Hogan, Shannon M. Barton, and Eric Lambert (October, 1999). "Undergraduate Student Ethical Dilemmas: The Nature, Extent, and Response to the Problem." Paper presented at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois.

Woods, D. 1999:“An Evaluation of "The Law Enforcement Response to Domestic Violence": Michigan's Model Policy.” An evaluation report of the State of Michigan's Model Domestic Violence Policy prepare for Sheriff John E. Miller, Bay County Sheriff Department, Michigan.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, and Shannon M. Barton (November, 1998). "To Withdraw or not to Withdraw?: The Consequences of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment Among Correctional Staff." Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference in Washington, DC.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Lynne Hogan, Shannon M. Barton, and Velmer S. Burton (October, 1998). "Re-examining Correctional Staff Turnover: A Discussion of the Measurement and Testing of a Causal Model." Paper presented at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Annual Conference in Milwaukee, WI.

Hamm, Mark S. “When White Supremacists Burn Out.” International Conference on Hate Crimes.Brudnick Center for the Study of Conflict and Violence, Northeastern University, November 7, 1998.

Hamm, Mark S. “Skinheads, Gangbangers, and Dopeslingers.” Ethics and Research Speaker Series. Illinois State University, November 4, 1998.

Hamm, Mark S. “Organized Hate Groups and Their Outreach to Youth.” Plenary presentation at the Youth and Hate Crimes: Prevention and Intervention Strategies Conference. University of Pennsylvania, October 8, 1998.

Hamm, Mark S. “Skinheads, Methamphetamine, and the Oklahoma City Bombing.” Joint Task Force FBI/San Diego Law Enforcement. San Diego State University, January 15, 1998.

Polizzi, D.  (1998).  Contested Space: Home Assessment and the Combative Marriage. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality         Assessment. (Boston, MA).           

Shannon M. Barton (November, 1998). "Who Am I? What Am I to Do?: Issues of Competing Domains of Correctional Officer Roles." Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference in Washington, DC.

Shannon M. Barton, Kathleen M. Olivares, and Velmer S. Burton (March, 1998). "Changing Roles of Prison Industries: A National Survey." Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Albuquerque, NM.

Hamm, Mark S. “Imprisoned Mariel Cubans and the Legal Twilight Zone.” Presented before the Coalition to Support Cuban Detainees.” Boalt Law School, University of California, Berkeley, June 12, 1997.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton (October, 1997). "Statewide Cross-Training as a Means of Court Reform: A Preliminary Analysis." Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association in Richmond, VA.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton (March, 1997). "The Potential of Statewide

Cross-training as a Means of Court Reform." Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Louisville, KY.

Schrink, Jeff and Roy, Sudipto "Perceptions of Criminology Program Graduates Concerning Their Level of Preparation for Criminal Justice Careers", Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Cincinnati, October, 1997.

Shannon M. Barton (April, 1997). "Juvenile Defense in Kentucky: How Adequate Is It?." Paper presented at the North Central Sociological Association in Indianapolis, IN.

Woods, D. 1997: “Managing Police Agents.”  A dissertation, Michigan State University.

Hamm, Mark S. “Terrorism, Hate Crime, and Anti-Government Violence: A Review of the Research.” National Research Council Commission Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education Committee on Law and Justice. Washington, DC, March 20, 1996.

Hamm, Mark S. “From Waco to the Oklahoma City Bombing: Mapping the Dangers of Stigmatized Knowledge.” Indiana State University Sociology Colloquium, February 14, 1996.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton (March, 1996). "Informal Sources of Delay in Child Maltreatment Proceedings: Evidence from the Kentucky Court Improvement Project." Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, NV.

Paul Knepper, and Shannon M. Barton (March, 1996). "The Impact of the Courtroom Workgroup in Child Maltreatment Proceedings." Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, NV.

Roy, Sudipto "Adults and Juveniles in an Electronic Home Detention Program: A Comparative Study on Factors Related to Failure", Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, March, 1996.

Roy, Sudipto “Passive and Active Systems of Electronic Home Detention: An Evaluation of Adult Offenders”, American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November, 1996.

Schrink, Jeff and Roy, Sudipto “Assessing the Criminal Justice Internship”, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Indianapolis, October, 1996.

Shannon M. Barton, and Paul Knepper (September, 1996). "A Cross-Training Approach to Court Improvement: A Preliminary Analysis." Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association in Savannah, GA.

Hamm, Mark S. “The Mariel Cubans.” Background information provided to U.S. Senator Paul Simon, Subcommittee on Civil Liberties and the Administration of Justice. United States Senate, May 1995.

Hamm, Mark S. “The Neo-Nazi Skinhead Movement: A Modified Social Control Theory of Terrorism.” Harry Frank Guggenheim Study Group on Hate Crime. New Orleans, March 10, 1995.

Hamm, Mark S. “Indiana's Imprisonment Binge: Being Tough on Crime Without Being Smart.”  Indiana Lawyer's Guild, Indiana University Law School, February 27, 1995.

Shannon M. Barton, and Paul Knepper (September, 1995). "Understanding the Barriers to Effective Implementation of Federal Court Reform of Child Maltreatment Proceedings." Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association in Gatlinburg, TN.

Woods, D. 1995: “Community Policing and Hierarchy.” With Joanne Ziembo-Vogl. A paper delivered to the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston Park Plaza March 10.

Woods, D. 1995: “Defining Community Policing: Practice versus Paradigm,” with Joanne Ziembo-Vogl. A paper delivered to the 1995 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston Park Plaza March 10.

Brandon K. Applegate, Francis T. Cullen, Shannon M. Barton, Pamela J. Richards, LonnLanza-Kaduce, and Bruce G. Link (November, 1994). "Public Support for Drunk Driving Counter Measures: Social Policy for Saving Lives." Paper presented at American Society of Criminology in Miami, FL.

Brown, Michael P. and Roy, Sudipto "Electronic House Arrest as a Graduated Sanction", Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, March, 1994.

Hamm, Mark S. “Skinheads and the Politics of Hate: Theory, Research, and Policy.” The Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harassment. University of Idaho, October 29, 1994.

Liqun Cao, Francis Cullen, and Shannon M. Barton (March, 1994). "Social Determinants of Willingness to Shoot." Paper presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Chicago, IL.

Roy, Sudipto and Brown, Michael P. "Predictors of Recidivism Among Juvenile Restitution Program Participants in Lake County, Indiana", Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, March, 1994.

Roy, Sudipto "Impact of Juvenile Restitution Program on Offender Recidivism: A Case Study in Lake County, Indiana", American Society of Criminology, Pheonix, October, 1994.

Shannon M. Barton (March, 1994). "Interim Report on the Implementation of the Youth at Risk Program Cincinnati Ohio." Paper presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Chicago, IL.

Brown, Michael P. and Roy, Sudipto "Manual versus Electronic House Arrest: An Evaluation of Program Effectiveness for Adult Offenders", Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, March 1993.

Roy, Sudipto "Electronic Monitoring of Juvenile Offenders: The Lake County, Indiana Experience", Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, September, 1993.

Roy, Sudipto, and Brown, Michael P. "An Evaluation of Electronic Monitoring for Juvenile Offenders in Lake County, Indiana", Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, March, 1993.

Brown, Michael P. and Roy, Sudipto "Domicile Restriction in a Small Mid-state New York County: An Evaluation", American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, November, 1992.

Polizzi, D.  (1992).  Facing the Criminal.  Paper presented at the first annual meeting of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the International Society of Disassociation. (Pittsburgh, PA).

Roy, Sudipto "Juvenile Restitution in the United States", the Eighth Annual Post Graduate Seminar on “Victims and the Criminal Justice System” at VrijeUniversiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June-July, 1992 (invited presentation).

Roy, Sudipto and Brown, Michael P. "Victim Offender Reconciliation Projects for Adults and Juveniles: A Comparative Study in Elkhart County, Indiana", American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, November,1992.

Shannon M. Barton (October, 1992). "A Descriptive Analysis of Drug Screening, Testing, Treatment and Education in Secure Juvenile Detention Facilities." Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association in Gatlinburg, TN.

Ken Ayers, Terry Edwards, and Shannon Barton (October, 1991). "A Geographical Analysis of Violent Crime in Kentucky--1988." Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association in Montgomery, AL.

Roy, Sudipto "Impact of Juvenile Restitution Programs: A Comparison of Two Publicly Operated Programs in Two States", American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November, 1991.

Roy, Sudipto "Private and Public Operations: A Comparison of Two Juvenile Restitution programs", Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Nashville, March, 1991.

Roy, Sudipto "An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Court-based Juvenile Restitution Program in a Midwestern County", American Society of Criminology, Baltimore, November, 1990.

 Roy, Sudipto "The Impact of a Victim Offender Reconciliation Project in a Midwestern County", Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, October, 1990.

Shannon Barton, and Bridget Bourg (October, 1990). "The Public's Perception of Police." Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association in New Orleans, LA.

Elrod, H. Preston, Brown, Michael P. & Roy, Sudipto "An Evaluation of the Long Term Effects of a Juvenile Probation program", American Society of Criminology, Reno, November, 1989.

Roy, Sudipto “Restitution in Our Criminal Justice System: A Critique", Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, October, 1989.

Roy, Sudipto "State of Michigan Bills 4240 and 4558: Offender-oriented Restitution Bills Bringing Total Justice for Victims?", Michigan Academy of Arts, Science, and Letters, Grand Rapids, Michigan, March, 1989.

Roy, Sudipto and Brown, Michael P. "The Lone Offender: A Theoretical Framework", American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November, 1988.

Roy, Sudipto "Restitution: Incorporation of an Ancient Concept into the Juvenile Justice System and Its Impact on Society", Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, October, 1988.

Roy, Sudipto "Gender and Situational Differences on the Threat of Potential Sanctions from Friends in Committing Offenses", Southwest Social Science Association, Houston, March, 1988.

Roy, Sudipto "The Etiology of Child Abuse: A Look", Michigan Academy of Arts, Science, and Letters, Saginaw, Michigan, March, 1988.

Roy, Sudipto "An Integration of Social Control Theories", American Society of Criminology, Montreal, November, 1987.

Roy, Sudipto "Restitution: Idealistic versus Realistic Views", International Seminar on Victims and the Criminal Justice System, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, May, 1987.

Woods, D. 1987: “Suicide & Incarceration: Concerns and Recommendations for the Local Jail.”With Charles Fields. A paper delivered before the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 15-19 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Roy, Sudipto "The Rastafarians: A Case Study of Formal and Informal Social Controls", Southwest Social Science Association, Houston, March, 1985.

Roy, Sudipto "Plural Societies in Kenya and Trinidad", Southwest Social Science Association, Fort Worth, March, 1984.