The Many Colors of Crime and Justice
The American Society of Criminology is an international organization whose members pursue scholarly, scientific, and professional knowledge concerning the measurement, etiology, consequences, prevention, control, and treatment of crime and delinquency. 
November 16 - 19, 2016
New Orleans, LA
Marisa Baumgardner* & Jorge M. Chavez
  • "Examining Immigrants' Educational Factors and their Risk for Criminal Justice Contact and Victimization"
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Christopher R. Dennison* & Stephen Demuth
  • "The More You Have, The More You Lose: Criminal Justice Involvement, Ascribed Socioeconomic Status, and Achieved SES"
Jessica Finkeldey,* Monica Longmore, Peggy Giordano, & Wendy Manning
  • "Intergenerational Effects of Parental Deviance and Incarceration"
Mallory D. Minter,* Monica A. Longmore, Peggy C. Giordano, & Wendy D. Manning
  • "Criminal Justice Involvement and Intimate Partner Violence in Young Adulthood"
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Catherine M. Pape*
  • "Employment, Education and Crime During Emerging Adulthood"
Catherine M. Pape
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Rachel L. Wolsey*
  • "Cycles of Violence: Examining Mental Health Mechanisms in Violence"
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Danielle Kuhl, Jessica Ziegler,* Jorge Chavez, & Raymond Swisher
  • "A Gendered Look at Neighborhood Poverty, Residential Mobility, and Violent Victimization"
Jessica Ziegler*
  • "The Cessation of Violent Victimization: A Study of Developmental and Personal Antecedents"
June 20 - 21, 2016
Bethesda, MD

The Add Health conference provides researchers who are working with data from Add Health an opportunity to share research goals, experiences, and results. It also provides an opportunity for those interested in working with the data to learn how they are currently being used by others.
Christopher Dennison*
  • "The Rich get Richer...and So Do the Attractive? Ascribed Socioeconomic Status, Physical Attractiveness, and Achieved SES"
Jessica Finkeldey*
  • "Parental Incarceration and Neighborhood Attainment"
Jessica Ziegler*
  • "Trajectories of Criminal Offending: Does Timing of Transition into Parenthood Matter?"
Faculty and students attend Add Health Conference
Posters addressing specific topics related to family structure and well-being given by NCFMR and CFDR staff, faculty affiliates, and students during Population Association of America's (PAA) annual meetings. PAA is a non-profit, scientific, professional organization that promotes research on population issues.
March 31 - April 2, 2016
Washington, D.C.

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Susan L. Brown, I-Fen Lin, Anna M. Hammersmith,* & Matthew R. Wright*
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LAT research poster named by Pew Research Center Fact Tank as "1 of 5 of the many innovative posters and papers from PAA meeting.   

BGSU Poster Award Recipients!

Susan L. Brown, Wendy D. Manning, Krista K. Payne, & Huijing Wu*
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Lindsey M. Cooper,* Wendy D. Manning, Monica A. Longmore, & Peggy C. Giordano

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Sarah Hayford (OSU), Karen Benjamin Guzzo, Vanessa Wanner Lang,* and Sarah Garver (OSU)
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Vanessa Wanner Lang* & Kei Nomaguchi
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Wendy D. Manning, Krista K. Payne, Gwendolyn Zugarek,* & Bart Stykes*
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Sue P. Nash,* Monica A. Longmore, Peggy C. Giordano, Wendy D. Manning, & Karen Benjamin Guzzo
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Updated: 08/20/2021 04:18PM