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1 Personal MARC G. GERTZ Office: College of Criminology and Criminal Justice 634 W. Call Street The Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida Phone: (850) Education B.A Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, Political Science M.P.A Baruch College, City University of New York Ph.D Department of Political Science, The University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut Examination fields: Public Law/Judicial Process and Behavior, American Political Institutions, Political Behavior, Public Administration. Dissertation: "Organizational Politics in Felony Cases: Justice in Five Connecticut Courts." Committee: Professors George F. Cole, Fred Kort, and David Repass. Employment September 1996 to present September 1981 to August 1996 Professor, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, The Florida State University Associate Professor, School of Criminology, The Florida State University. September 1976 to August 1981 Assistant Professor, School of Criminology, The Florida State University. 1

2 September 1972 to May 1976 June 1971 to February 1972 November 1970 to June 1971 September 1969 to October 1970 Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, The University of Connecticut. Administrative Assistant to Village Manager, Village of Scarsdale, New York. Senior Representative, New York State Narcotic Addiction Control Commission, White Plains, N.Y. Director, Drug Abuse Prevention Center. Public Administration Intern, County of Westchester, White Plains, N.Y. Teaching Areas Public Law/Judicial Process and Behavior, Administration of Criminal Justice, Public Administration/Organization Theory, American Political Processes, Research Methods. Courses Taught: Undergraduate: Introduction to the Courts, Introduction to Research Methods and Statistics, Juvenile Delinquency, Honors in Criminology: Democracy and the Courts, The Courts and Social Policy, Honors in Criminology: Criminal Justice: Law and Politics, Pride and Prejudice: Problems of Justice in an Inter-Racial Society, Diversity and Justice, Comparative Criminal Justice. Graduate: Structure and Process of the American Court System, Introduction to Research Methods and Design, Crime, Deviance, and Control, Courts and Social Policy, Comparative Criminal Justice, Applied Statistics I, Seminar in Advanced Research Methods. Doctoral Committees Supervised To Completion Jerome Black McKean, Sources of Crime Among Metropolitan Areas (1983) 2

3 Byron Roger Johnson, Hellfire and Corrections: Quantitative Study of Florida Prison Inmates (1984) Panya Maman, Bail in Thailand: A Cross-Cultural Study (1987) Robert L. Bing, Plea Bargaining: An Analysis of the Empirical Evidence (1987) Jimmy J. Williams, Courts and Politics: A Quantitative Analysis of Lawyers and Criminal Appeal Cases (1989) Laura B. Myers, A Comparison of Legal and Extra-Legal Factors Affecting Criminal Court Decision-Making (1990) Rudy Prine, A Search for Sentencing Uniformity: An Examination of Danish Jurisprudence(1995) Detis Tyrone Duhart, Community Policing and the Fear of Crime: Assessment of the Essential Assumptions (1998) Tomislav V. Kovandzic, Crime Prevention Through Selective Incapacitation: An Empirical Assessment of Florida's Habitual Offender Law (1999) Matthew S. Crow, Florida s Evolving Sentencing Policy: An Analysis of the Impact of Sentencing Guidelines Transformations (2005) Catherine A. Jenks, American Exceptionalism: Public Opinion on Liberty as a Core American Value (2006) Lindsey N. Devers, The Ethnic Typification of Crime and Support for Punitive Attitudes: An Exploratory Analysis of Arabs in Israel (2010) Thomas R. Baker, Procedural Justice and Legitimacy and Perceptions of Obedience Among Female Inmates (2012) Wilson, J. Christie, Civil Liberties in Context: Perceived Threat and Commitment to Civil Liberties (2013) Research Interests Public Opinion and the Criminal Justice System, Organization Politics and the Courts, Comparative Courts, Interest Groups and Voting Behavior. Professional Organizations American Association of Public Opinion Research American Political Science Association 3

4 American Society of Criminology American Society of Public Administration Institute for Court Management Law and Society Association 4

5 Publications Baker, Thomas, Cleary, H., Pickett, J., and Marc Gertz Crime Salience and Public Willingness to Pay for Child Saving and Juvenile Punishment, Crime and Delinquency (Forthcoming) Warren, Patricia, Eric Stewart, Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, and Marc Gertz White s Residential Preferences: Re-Assessing the Relevance of Criminal and Economic Stereotypes, Race and Justice (Forthcoming) Pickett, Justin, Christi Falco Metcalfe, Thomas Baker, Marc Gertz, and Laura Bedard Superficial Survey Choice: An Experimental Test of a Potential Method for Increasing Response Rates and Response Quality in Correctional Surveys, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 1-20 (Forthcoming) Pickett, Justin, Ted Chiricos, and Marc Gertz 2014 The Racial Foundations of Whites Support for Child Saving, Social Science Research 44: Baker, Thomas, W. Pelfrey, L. Bedard, K. Dhungana, M. Gertz, and K. Golden 2014 Female Inmates Procedural Justice Perceptions of the Police and Courts: Is There a Spill-Over of Police Effects? Criminal Justice and Behavior 41: Mears, Daniel, Christina Mancini, Kevin Beaver, and Marc Gertz 2013 Housing for the Worst of the Worst Inmates: Public Support for Supermax Prisons, Crime and Delinquency 59: Mears, Dan, Justin Pickett, Kristin, Lavin, Ted Chiricos, and Marc Gertz 2013 The Effect of Interracial Contact on Whites Perceptions of Victimization Risk and Black Criminality, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 50: Pickett, Justin, Dan Mears, Marc Gertz, and Eric Stewart 2013 Security at the Expense of Liberty:A Test of Predictions Deriving From the Culture of Control Thesis, Crime and Delinquency 59: (March) Devers, Lindsey, Marc Gertz, Nicole Piquero, and Baruch Kraus 2012 The Ethnic Typification of Crime and Support for Punitive Attitudes: An Exploratory Analysis of Arabs in Israel, Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 10: Chiricos, Ted, Kathy Padgett, Jake Bratton, Justin Pickett, and Marc Gertz 2012 Racial Threat and Opposition to the Re-Enfranchisement of Ex-Felons, International Journal of Criminology and Sociology 1:

6 Mondello, Michael, AlexPiquero, Nicole Piquero, Marc Gertz, and Jake Bratton 2012 Public Perceptions on Paying Student Athletes, Sport and Society 1-14 Cole, George F. and Marc Gertz 2012 The Criminal Justice System: Politics and Policies 10th Edition (Belmont, California: Wadsworth) Baker, Thomas, Laura Bedard, and Marc Gertz, 2012 The Unique Experience of Female Offenders, in Cole and Gertz, The Criminal Justice System 10th Edition Piquero, Alex, Nicole Piquero, Marc Gertz, Jason Bratton, and Thomas Loughran 2012 Sometimes Ignorance is Bliss: Investigating Citizen Perceptions of the Certainty and Severity of Punishment, American Journal of Criminal Justice 37: Pickett, Justin, Ted Chiricos, Kristin Lavin, and Marc Gertz 2012 Reconsidering the Relationship Between Perceived Neighborhood Racial Composition and Whites Perceptions of Victimization Risk: Do Racial Stereotypes Matter? Criminology 50: (February) Shelley, Tara, Ted Chiricos, and Marc Gertz 2011 What about the Environment? Assessing the Perceived Seriousness of Environmental Crime, International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 35: (2011) Piquero, Alex, Eric Stewart,Nicole Piquero, Jon Intravia, Marc Gertz, and Jason Bratton 2011 Investigating the Determinants of the Street Code and Its Relation to Offending Among Adults, American Journal of Criminal Justice 37: Piquero, Alex, Nicole Piquero, Marc Gertz, Jason Bratton, and J.C. Barnes, 2011 Race, Punishment, and the Michael Vick Experience, Social Science Quarterly 92: Richard Levy and Marc Gertz, 2011 Is Dietary Practice Now in the Reform Mainstream? in Mary Zamore (Ed.), The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic (New York: CCAR Press) Johnson, Brian, Eric Stewart, Justin Pickett, and Marc Gertz, 2011 Ethnic Threat and Social Control: Examining Public Support for Judicial Use of Ethnicity in Punishment, Criminology 49: (May) Piquero, Nicole, Marc Gertz and Jason Bratton, 2011 Public Attitudes Toward Blame Worthiness and Control of the Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis, in Matthew Deflem (Ed.), Economic Crisis and Crime (London, England: Emerald Group Publishing) 6

7 Kelly Welch, Allison Payne, Ted Chiricos, and Marc Gertz 2011 The Typification of Hispanics as Criminals and Support for Punitive Crime Control Policies, Social Science Research 40: Mancini, Christina, Kelle Barrick, Julia Diponio, and Marc Gertz 2010 Taxation with Representation:Examining Public Fiscal Support for Diverse Correctional Policies, Criminal Justice Policy Review 21: Kleck, Gary, Marc Gertz, and Jason Bratton, 2009 Why Do people Support Gun Control? Alternative Explanations of Support for Handgun Bans, Journal of Criminal Justice 37: (September/October) Crow, Matthew and Marc Gertz 2009 Legal and Democratic Subcultures: Understanding How the Law and Political Forces Shape Criminal Sentencing, in G.L. Mays and K.L. Manning (Eds.), Courts and Justice: A Reader 3 rd Edition ( Long Grove, Il.: Waveland Press) Costelloe, Mike, Ted Chiricos, and Marc Gertz 2009 Punitive Attitudes Towards Criminals: Exploring the Relevance of Crime Salience and Economic Insecurity Punishment and Society 11:25-49 (January) Crow, Matthew and Marc Gertz 2008 Sentencing Policy and Disparity: Guidelines and the Influence of Legal and Democratic Cultures, Journal of Criminal Justice 36: Tittle, Charles, Lisa Broidy, and Marc Gertz 2008 Strain, Crime, and Contingencies, Justice Quarterly 25: Mears, Daniel, Christina Mancini, Marc Gertz, and Jason Bratton 2008 Sex Crimes, Children, and Pornography: Public Views and Public Policy, Crime and Delinquency 54: (October) Holtfreder, Kristy, Shanna Van Slyke, Marc Gertz, and Jason Bratton 2008 Public Perceptions of White-Collar Crime and Punishment, Journal of Criminal Justice 36:50-60 (March) Reisig, Michael, Jason Bratton, & Marc Gertz 2007 The Construct Validity and Refinement of Process-Based Policing Measures, Criminal Justice and Behavior 34: (August) Mears, Daniel, Carter Hay, Marc Gertz, and Christina Mancini 7

8 2007 Public Opinion and the Foundation of the Juvenile Court, Criminology 45: (February) Ryan, Scott, Laura Bedard & Marc Gertz 2006 The Influence of Gender on the Placement of Children with Gay or Lesbian Adoptive Parents. Journal of GLBT Family Studies 3:15-34 Welch, Kelly, Jason Bratton & Marc Gertz 2006 Racial Profiling: The Link Between Equality of Treatment and Satisfaction with Police Protection. Law Enforcement Executive Forum 5: Hogan, Mike, Ted Chiricos & Marc Gertz 2005 Economic Insecurity, Blame and Punitive Attitudes. Justice Quarterly 22: Kleck, Gary, Brion Sever, Spencer Li & Marc Gertz 2005 The Missing Link in General Deterrence Research. Criminology 43: Prine, Rudy & Marc Gertz 2005 The Elusive Search for Uniform Sentencing: A Look at Denmark and Scotland. In Fields and Moore (Eds.), Comparative and International Criminal Justice: Traditional And Nontraditional Systems Of Law And Control. Long Grove, Ill.: Waveland Press. George F. Cole, Marc Gertz & Amy Bunger (Eds.) 2005 The Criminal Justice System: Politics and Policies (9th Edition). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Chiricos, Ted, Kelly Welch & Marc Gertz 2004 Racial Typification of Crime and Support for Punitive Measures. Criminology 42: Reprinted in Crime and Criminal Justice, William T. Lyons (Ed.), Aldershot, Hampshire, U.K. (Ashgate Publishing 2006). Ryan, Scott D., Laura Bedard, Marc Gertz 2004 Florida s Gay Adoption Ban: What Do Floridians Think? Journal of Law and Public Policy 15: Crow, Matthew, Tara Shelley, Laura Bedard & Marc Gertz 2004 Czech Police Officers: An Exploratory Study of Police Attitudes in an Emerging Democracy. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 27: Cole, George F., Marc Gertz & Amy Bunger 8

9 2003 The Criminal Justice System: Politics and Policies.8th Ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Bowman, James S., Marc Gertz, Sally C. Gertz & Russell L. Williams 2003 Civil Service Reform in Florida State Government: Employee Attitudes One Year Later. Review of Public Personnel Administration 23: Eschholz, Sarah, Ted Chiricos & Marc Gertz 2003 Television and Fear of Crime: Program Types, Audience Traits and the Mediating Effect of Perceived Neighborhood Racial Composition. Social Problems 50: Tittle, Charles, Jason Bratton & Marc Gertz 2003 A Test of a Micro-Level Application of Shaming Theory. Social Problems 50: Eschholz, Sarah, Brenda Blackwell, Marc Gertz & Ted Chiricos 2002 "Race and Attitudes Toward the Police: Assessing the Effects of Watching Reality Police Programs." Journal of Criminal Justice. 30:1-15. Costelloe, Michael T., Ted Chiricos, Jiri Burianek & Marc Gertz 2002 "The Social Correlates of Punitiveness: A Comparison of Czech Republic and Florida. Justice System Journal. 23: Gertz, Marc, Jeremy Gordon & James Ledbetter 2002 Overcoming Police Community Value Conflicts: The Usefulness of Public Opinion Research in Developing Effective Community Policing Training Programs. Law Enforcement Executive Forum vol 2. Gould, Leroy C., Gary Kleck & Marc Gertz 2001 "Crime as Social Interaction." in Stuart Henry, and Mark Lanier (Eds.) What Is Crime? Controversies Over the Nature of Crime and What to Do about It. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Chiricos, Ted, Ranee McEntire & Marc Gertz 2001 "Perceived Racial and Ethnic Compositions of Neighborhood and Perceived Risk of Crime." Social Problems 48: Gertz, Marc & Laura Bedard 2000 "Differences in Community Standards for the Viewing of Heterosexual and Homosexual Pornography." International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 12(3): Chiricos, Ted, Kathy Padgett & Marc Gertz 2000 "Fear, T.V. News, and the Reality of Crime." Criminology. 38:

10 Reprinted in Toby Miller (Ed.) Television: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. New York: Routledge. Bedard, Laura E., Marc Gertz, & Constance Kostelac 1998 "Expanding Social Workers' Perceptions on Multicultural Practice." International Social Work. 41: Kovandzic, Tom, Gary Kleck & Marc Gertz 1998 "Defensive Gun Use: Vengeful Vigilante Imagery Versus Reality: Results From the National Self-Defense Survey." Journal of Criminal Justice. 26(3): Kleck, Gary & Marc Gertz 1998 "Carrying Guns for Protection: Results from the National Self-Defense Survey." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 35: Chiricos, Ted, Mike Hogan & Marc Gertz 1997 "Racial Composition of Neighborhood and Fear of Crime." Criminology 35: Reprinted in Crime (2 nd Edition) Robert Crutchfield, George Bridges, Joseph Weiss, and Charis Kubrin (Eds.) Thousand Oaks, Ca.: Pine Forge Press, Chiricos, Ted, Sara Eschholz & Marc Gertz 1997 "Crime News and Fear: Isolating and Disaggregating the Effects." Social Problems 44: Reprinted in Gary W. Potter and Victor E. Kappeler (eds.) Constructing Crime: Perspectives on Making News and Social Problems. Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland Press, Prine, Rudy, Marc Gertz & Laura Bedard 1997 "Change in Regime, Social Change, and Incarceration Rates in Hungary." International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 21: Kleck, Gary & Marc Gertz 1997 "The Illegitimacy of One-Sided Speculation: Getting the Defensive Gun Use Estimate Down." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 87: Prine, Rudy & Marc Gertz 1995 "Denmark's Courts and the Elusive Search for Uniform Sentences" in Fields and Moore (Eds), Comparative Criminal Justice: Traditional and 10

11 Non-Traditional Systems of Law and Control (Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland Press, 1995). Gertz, Marc, Laura Bedard & Will Persons 1995 "Hispanic Perceptions of Youth Gangs: A Descriptive Exploration." Journal of Gang Research 2: Kleck, Gary & Marc Gertz 1995 "Armed Resistance to Crime: The Prevalence and Nature of Self-Defense With a Gun." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 86: Gertz, Marc & Gould, L.C "Fear of Punishment and the Willingness to Engage in Criminal Behavior." Journal of Criminal Justice 23: Gertz, Marc 1995 "Exploring Sentences in Three European Cities." International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 19: Bedard, L., Rudy Prine & Marc Gertz 1994 "Hispanic Perceptions of Crime and Delinquency: A Contemporary Description." Latino Studies Journal 5: Bedard, Laura, Sara Eschholz & Marc Gertz 1994 "Perceptions of Crime and Education within the Hispanic Community and the Impact on Corrections." Journal of Correctional Education 45: Gould, Leroy C. & Marc Gertz 1994 "Race and Gender Effects on Perception of Criminal Events: Testing Hypotheses From Black's The Behavior of Law." Journal of Correctional Education Gertz, Marc & Rudy Prine 1993 "DUI Policy: Can the U.S. Learn From Scandinavia?" International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 17: Gould, Leroy, Gary Kleck & Marc Gertz 1992 "The Concept 'Crime' in Criminological Theory and Practice." The Criminologist 17:3-6. Gertz, Marc & Laura Myers 1992 "Impediments to Cross - National Research: Problems of Reliability and Validity." International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 16: Gertz, Marc 1990 "The Dynamics of Plea Bargaining in Three Countries." Criminal Justice Review 14:

12 Gertz, Marc & Laura B. Myers 1990 "Prosecutorial Decision-Making in the Netherlands: A Research Note." Journal of Criminal Justice 18: Cole, George F., Stanislaw J. Frankowski & Marc Gertz, eds Major Criminal Justice Systems: An International and Comparative Perspective, 2nd Edition (Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publishing Company, 1987). Gertz, Marc & Edmond True 1986 "Law, Social Science and the Search for Truth." The Justice Professional 2:19-32 Gertz, Marc & Edmond True 1985 Crime, Polling, and Political Campaigns." Election Politics 3: Gertz, Marc & Edmond True 1985 "Social Scientists in the Courtroom: The Frustrations of Two Expert Witnesses." Courts and Criminal Justice: Emerging Issues (Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1985). Gertz, Marc & Albert Price 1985 "Variables Influencing Sentencing Severity: Inter Court Differences in Connecticut." Journal of Criminal Justice 13: Berg, B., Edmond True & Marc Gertz 1984 "Police, Riots, and Alienation." Journal of Police Science and Administration 12: Berg, B., Edmond True & Marc Gertz 1984 "Police-Community Relations and Alienation." Police Chief 51: Atkins, Burton & Marc Gertz 1982 "The Local Politics of Judicial Selection: Some Views of Law Enforcement Officials." Judicature 66: Cole, George, Stanislaw J. Frankowski & Marc Gertz 1981 Major Criminal Justice Systems: An International and Comparative Perspective (Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publishing Company, 1981). Gertz, Marc 1980 "The Impact of the Prosecutor-Public Defender Interaction on Sentencing: An Exploratory Typology." Criminal Justice Review 5: Gertz, Marc 12

13 1979 "Modern Technology's Influence on Research Methods in the Social Sciences: The Special Case of Judicial Sentencing." Przestepczosc Na Swiecie 12: Gertz, Marc & S. Talarico 1977 "Problems of Reliability and Validity in Criminal Justice Research." Journal of Criminal Justice 5: Reprinted in, Criminal Justice Research: Approaches, Problems and Policy (Anderson Publishing Co., 1980). Gertz, Marc 1977 "Influence in Court Systems: The Clerk as Interface." The Justice System Journal 3: Gertz, Marc 1976 Instructor's Manual: The American System of Criminal Justice (North Scituate, Mass:Duxbury Press, 1976). Book Reviews "Too Little, Too Late: McDonald's and Cramer's, Plea Bargaining," 64 Judicature 334 (February, 1981). Research Papers Presented "Comparative Justice: A Study of Five Connecticut Courts," Annual Meeting of the New England Political Science Association, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, April 9-11, "The Impact of the Prosecutor-Public Defender Relationship: An Organizational View of Sentence Determinations" Annual Meeting of the American Society for Public Administration, Atlanta, Georgia, March "The Allocation of Negative Values: A Theory of Criminal Justice," (with Kent E. Portney), Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, April "The Prosecutor-Police Interaction: Organizational and Structural Impediments to Law Enforcement," (with Franklin Morgan and James D. White), Annual Meeting of the American Society for Public Administration, Baltimore, Maryland, April "Drugs and Politics: Agenda Building and Criminal Justice Reform," Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Amherst, Massachusetts, June 1981 (with Edmond J. True). "Criminal Justice Policy and the Florida Legislature," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 1981 (with Edmond J. True). 13

14 "Law, Social Science and Expert Testimony: The Battered Wife Syndrome," Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Birmingham, Alabama, November 1983 (with Edmond J. True). "Law, Social Science and Expert Testimony in Criminal Trials," Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Illinois, April 1984 (with Edmond True). "Legislatures and Legal Reform: Changes in the Severity of the Criminal Sanction," Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Boston, Massachusetts, June 1984 (with Edmond True). "The Subjectivity of Objective Parole Guidelines," Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 1985 (with John Speir, and Edmond True). "Social Science Research Methods in the Political Arena," Annual Meeting of the American Society for Public Administration, Anaheim, California, April, 1986 (with Edmond True). "The Impact of Prosecutor Recommendations on Sentencing Decisions in the Netherlands," Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1988 (with Laura Myers). "Sentencing in Three European Cities," Annual Meeting of the American Society for Public Administration, Miami, Florida, April, "A Comparison of Danish Suburban, Urban, and Rural Counties: Commonalities in Sentencing;" Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 1992 (with Rudy Prine). "The Relationship Between Social Disorganization and Fear of Crime: Hispanic Reactions to Social Disorder." Annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri, March 1993 (with Laura Myers). "The Value of Acquiring Comparative Judicial Data: Attitudes of Judges in Denmark," Annual Meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Illinois, March 1994 (with Rudy Prine). "Effects of Interviewer Gender on a Fear of Crime Survey," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Miami, Florida, November 1994 (with Elizabeth Cass and Theodore G. Chiricos). "Racial Composition of Neighborhoods and Fear of Crime," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Boston, Massachusetts, November 1995 (with Theodore G. Chiricos and Mike Hogan). "Crime News and Fear: Isolating and Disaggregating the Effects," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Boston, Massachusetts, November 1995 (with Theodore G. Chiricos and Sarah Eschholz). 14

15 "Varieties of Televised Crime Discourse: An Assessment of Their Effect on Fear of Crime," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November, 1996 (with Ted Chiricos and Sarah Eschholz). "Super Predators and Popular Consciousness: Has the Fear of Juvenile Crime Caught Up with the Hype?" Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 1996 (with Ted Chiricos and Kristin Winokur). "Fear of Crime and Survey Research: Problems and Practices," Invited Lecture, Annual Meeting of the Justice Research and Statistic Association, Miami, Florida, September, "Who Doesn't Know Someone in Jail? Examining the Relationship Between Private, Parochial, and Public Controls," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, California, November, 1997 (with Dina Rose and Todd Clear). "Race, Racial Prejudice and Fear of Crime: An Assessment of the Interaction," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, California, November 1997 (with Constance Kostelac and Ted Chiricos). "Economic Insecurity and Punitive Attitudes: An Empirical Test of an Economy- Punishment Link," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, California, November 1997 (with Mike Hogan and Ted Chiricos). "Testing a Fundamental Assumption of Deterrence-Based Crime Control Policy," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 1998 (with Gary Kleck and Brion Sever). "Television and Fear of Crime: Reassessing Audience Mediated Effects," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 1998 (with Ted Chiricos and Kathy Padgett). "Racial and Ethnic Composition of Neighborhood and Fear of Crime," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 1998 (with Ranee McEntire and Ted Chiricos). "Fear, Perceived Risk and the Realities of Crime: Assessing the Social Constructions of Crime Meaning," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 1998 (with Rhonda Dobbs and Ted Chiricos). "Fear of Crime and Voting Behavior," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 1998 (with Teri Neyhouse and Tom Kovandzic). "Influences of Interviewer Gender on Fear of Crime Response Rates," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November 1999 (with Jason Bratton and Ted Chiricos). 15

16 "Women s Fear of Crime: Is it Fear of Rape?" Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2000 (with Rhonda Dobbs, Courtney Waid, and Ted Chiricos). "Problem Programs: Analyzing the Impact of Viewing Specific Programs on Fear of Crime," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2000 (with Sarah Eschholz). "Economic Insecurity and Punitiveness Toward Crime in the United States and the Czech Republic," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2000 (with Mike Costelloe, Ted Chiricos, Jiri Burianek, and Dan Maier-Katkin). "Race Specific Crime Fears and Punitive Attitudes Toward Crime," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2000 (with Ted Chiricos and Ranee McEntire). "Analyzing Elderly Population Perception of Risk of Violent Crime Victimization and Corresponding Risk Limiting Actions," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2001 (with Abbe Justus and Amy Bunger). "An Empirical Analysis of Packer: Public Attitudes for Crime Control vs. Due Process," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2001 (with Amy Bunger). "Issue Voting and the American Electorate: The Special Case of Fear of Crime," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2001 (with Amy Bunger, Abbe Justus and Tara Shelley). " Kendra s Laws : Measuring Public Support for Compulsory Medication of Mentally Ill Patients Deemed Potentially Violent, " Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2001 (with Laura Bedard and Amy Bunger). "Economic Insecurity and Punitiveness Toward Welfare, Immigration, and Crime," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2001 (with Mike T. Costelloe and Ted Chiricos). "Public Support for White-Collar Crime Prevention Strategies in the Workplace," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2001 (with Cynthia V. Caravelis and Amy Bunger). Employment At Will as Civil Service Reform In Florida, Florida Labor Lawyers Conference, Orlando, Florida, October 2002 (with J. Bowman, S. Gertz, and R. Williams). The Service First Initiative in Florida State Government: Reforming Or Deforming State Government? Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Conference of Public Administration, Columbia, S.C., October 2002 (with J. Bowman, S. Gertz, and R. Williams). 16

17 Punitive Attitudes: The Relative Contributions of Crime Salience and Economic Insecurity, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002 (with Ted Chiricos and Mike Costelloe). Environmental Threat and Punitive Attitudes Toward Environmental Crime, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002 (with Ted Chiricos and Tara Shelley). Racial Typification and Support for Harsh Punitive Policies, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002 (with Kelly Welch and Ted Chiricos). Assessing Punishment for Environmental Crime, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November 2003 (with Tara Shelley and Ted Chiricos). An Empirical Assessment of the Affect of Crime Salience on Attitudes Toward Crime,Welfare and Immigration, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November 2003 (with Mike Costelloe and Ted Chiricos). The Racial Typification of Crime, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November 2003 (with Kelly Welch and Ted Chiricos). Policy Implications of Prevalence and Correlates of Support for Victim s Rights, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November 2003 (with Jason Bratton and Kelly Welch). Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Civil Liberties:The Public s Preferences for Informal Crime Control, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2004 (with Jason Bratton and Kelly Welch). An Empirical Assessment of the Effect of Crime Salience on Attitudes Toward Crime, Welfare and Immigration, Annual Meeting of the American society of Criminology, Nashville, Tennessee, November 2004 (with Mike Costelloe and Ted Chiricos). Social Threat and Social Control of Islamic Populations: A Test of Blalock s Theory, Annual Meeting of The American society of Criminology, Nashville, Tennessee, November 2004 (with Jason Bratton and Christie Wilson). Environmental Threat and Social Control, Annual Meeting of The American society of Criminology, Nashville, Tennessee, November 2004 (with Tara Shelley and Ted Chiricos). The Real Threat of Terrorism: An Assault on Civil Liberties, Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 2005 ( with Cyndy Caravelis and Jess Tracy). 17

18 Assessment of Procedural and Distributive Justice in Police Research, Annual Meeting of the World Congress of Criminology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 2005 ( with Mike Reisig and Jason Bratton). Support for White-Collar Crime Control: Implications for Public Policy, Annual Meeting of the World Congress of Criminology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 2005 (with Kristy Holtfreter, Shanna Van Slyke, and Jason Bratton). A Post 9/11 Balancing Act: Individual Rights Versus the State s Authority, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November 2005 (with Cyndy Caravelis and Jess Tracy). Understandings Dimensions of Environmental Threat and Variations of Social Control, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November 2005 (with Tara Shelley and Ted Chiricos). Racial Threat and Punitiveness: Opposition to the Restoration of Civil Rights for Ex- Felons, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November 2005 (with Jason Bratton, Kathy Padgett, and Ted Chiricos). Perceived and Actual Racial and Ethnic Composition of Neighborhoods and Minority Threat, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. November 2006 ( with Jessamyn Tracy and Ted Chiricos). Racial Threat and Opposition to the Reenfranchisement of Ex-Felons, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2007 (with Jason Bratton, Kathy Padgett, and Ted Chiricos). Self- and Socially- Imposed Sanction Risk Perception Among Deterrable Offenders, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, Missouri, November 2008 (with Sarah Bacon and Jason Bratton). Perceived Threat from Illegal Immigrants and Popular Support for Punitive Controls, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2009 ( With Ted Chiricos and Elizabeth Stupi). Perceived Court Fairness in Germany and the United States, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2009 (With Thomas Baker and William Hauser). The Gender Typification of Deviance and the Support for Punitive Attitudes: An Exploratory Analysis of Arabs in Israel, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, California, February 2010 (With Lindsey Devers). Racial Stereotypes and Concern About Crime and Terrorism: Comparing Race and Gender Effects, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2010 ( With Jodi Lane, Kelly Welch, and James Meeker). 18

19 Perceptions of Court Fairness: A Comparative Analysis of Germans and Americans, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2010 ( With Will Hauser and Thomas Baker). Perceived Racial Composition and Perceived Criminal Threat: Examining the Moderating Effect of Ideology, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2010 (With Justin Pickett, Kristin Lavin, and Jason Bratton). Perceived Threats from Illegal Immigrants and Popular Support for Criminal Justice Policies, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2010 (With Elizabeth Stupi and Ted Chiricos). Confirmatory Bias and the Death Penalty, 4 th Annual Congress on Psychology and the Law, Miami, Florida, March 2011 (With Joyce Carbonell, Christi Falco, and Emily Gottfried). Identifying the Relationship Between Low Self-Control and Identity Theft, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington,D.C., November 2011 (With Nicole Piquero and Andrew Ransom). Controlling Other People s Children: Racial Typification of Delinquency and Public Views About Juvenile Justice, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 2011 (With Justin Pickett and Ted Chiricos). The Ties That Bind: Variation in Self-Reported Community and Social Bonds Among Female Offenders, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 2011 (With Karla Dhungana, Kristin Lavin, Thomas Baker, and Laura Bedard). Variation in Self-Reported Familial and Marital Social Bonds and Among First Time and Repeat Female Offenders, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 2011 (With Kristin Lavin, Karla Dhungana, Thomas Baker, and Laura Bedard. Toward a Theory of Media Effects on Public Knowledge About Criminal Justice, Annual Meeting of The American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 2012 (With Justin Pickett, Dan Mears, and Christina Mancini). The Impact of Racial Threat on Attitudes about Michael Vick s Punishment, Annual Meeting of The American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 2012 (With Andrew Ranson, Matthew Hasbrpock, Alex Piquero, and Nicole Piquero). Is the meaning of Procedural Justice Universal: An Examination of Female Inmates, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, 2012 (With Thomas Baker,Karla Dhungana, Kristin Golden, and Laura Bedard). 19

20 Perceptions of Juvenile Offending, Racial Stereotypes, and Support for Harsh Policies, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, 2012 (With Kelly Welch, Justin Pickett, and Ted Chiricos). Perceived Criminal Threat, Context, and Punitiveness Toward Illegal Immigrants, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, 2012 (With Elizabeth Stupi and Ted Chiricos). Racial Threat and Its Impact on Punitive Attitudes Toward Michael Vick, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, 2012 (With Andrew Ranson, Alex Piquero, and Nicky Piquero). Media Reliance and Public Knowledge About Criminal Punishment, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, 2012 (With Justin Pickett, Christina Mancini, and Dan Mears). Public Opinion of Genetic and Neuropsychological Contributors to Criminal Behaviors, Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, 2012 (With Jamie Gajos, Kevin Beaver, and Jason Bratton. Interethnic Contact and Israeli Jews Support for Conciliatory Solutions to the Israeli- Palestinian Conflict, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, 2013 (WithJustin Pickett, Thomas Baker, Christi Falco, and Rose Bellandi). Net Effects: An Examination of the Influence of Internet Use on Public Views of Crime and Justice, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, 2013 (With Sean Rose and Justin Pickett). Other Conference Participation Chairman of Panel, "Should Parole Be Abolished?" 22nd Annual Southern Conference on Corrections, Tallahassee, Florida, March Discussant, "Current Research on the Judicial Process," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November Program Committee, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Public Administration, Phoenix, Arizona, April Chairman of Panel, "Bio-politics, Crime, and Criminal Justice," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Dallas, Texas, November Chairman of Panel, "New Views on Judicial Research," 25th Annual Southern Conference on Corrections, Tallahassee, Florida, February

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