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Francis T. Cullen

Title: Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus
Office: 660-O Teachers College
Tel: 513-556-5834
Email: cullenft@ucmail.uc.edu

Professor Cullen received his Ph.D. in sociology and education from Columbia University in 1979.  He is a past President and Fellow of both the American Society of Criminology and of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.  He was the recipient of the 2010 ASC Edwin H. Sutherland Award. From 2010 to 2014, he served on the Office of Justice Programs Science Advisory Board for the U.S. Department of Justice.  He has published more than 300 works in the areas of criminological theory, correctional policy, white-collar crime, public opinion about crime and justice, victimology, and the organization of knowledge.  His most notable books include Reaffirming Rehabilitation, Rethinking Crime and Deviance Theory, Corporate Crime Under Attack: The Ford Pinto Case and Beyond, and Unsafe in the Ivory Tower: The Sexual Victimization of College Women.  He has authored widely used texts, such as Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences, Criminological Theory: Past to Present—Essential Readings, and Correctional Theory: Context and Consequences.  His most recent works include Communities and Crime: An Enduring American Challenge and Environmental Corrections: A New Paradigm for Supervising Offenders in the Community.  In the graduate program, he continues to teach Structural Theories of Crime and Criminal Justice Research Practicum.

Education

  • Ph.D., Columbia University, New York City, NY, 05-1979 (Sociology and Education Dissertation: The Structuring of Deviant Behavior: Deviance Theory Reconsidered. Advisor: Richard A. Cloward ).
  • M.A., Columbia University, New York City, NY, 10-1974 (Sociology and Education).
  • Graduate Program, University of Rhode Island, 06-1973 (Department of Sociology and Anthropology).
  • B.A., Bridgewater State College, 06-1972 (Psychology).

Research Information

Research Interests

Professor Cullen received his PhD in sociology and education from Columbia University in 1979. He is past editor of Justice Quarterly and Journal of Crime and Justice, and was president of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. He is a fellow of both the ACJS and the American Society of Criminology. He is author of Rethinking Crime and Deviance Theory and is co-author of Reaffirming Rehabilitation, Corporate Crime Under Attack: The Ford Pinto Case and Beyond, Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences, Criminology, and Combating Corporate Crime: Local Prosecutors at Work. He is co-editor of Contemporary Criminological Theory, Offender Rehabilitation: Effective Correctional Intervention, and Criminological Theory: Past to Present - Essential Readings. He teaches theory and philosophy of corrections, structural theories of crime, early intervention in criminal justice, and criminal justice research practicum.

Research Support

  • (Co-Project Director), Developing a Corrections Institute: Preventing Crime Through Technology Transfer. , Ohio Board of Regents, Incentive Fund Grand Program. $175,000. 2002 to 2004.
  • (PI ), Cullen, F.T., Fisher, B.S., Levrant, S., & Applegate, B.K. , Public Opinion about Correctional Rehabilitation: A National Survey , University Research Council, University of Cincinnati . $4,972. 2000.
  • (Consultant ), Whitcomb, D. & Fisher, B.S. , Research on Procedures of Institutions of Higher Education to Report Sexual Assaults , National Institute of Justice . $574,818. 1999.
  • (Consultant), Sundt, J.L. & Castellano, T.c. , Modern Prison Work: Organizational and Contextual Determinates of Job Quality. , National Institute of Justice . $119,732 . 1999.
  • (Consultant ), Fisher, B.S. , The Extent and Nature of Victimization of College Women: A National-Level Analysis , Bureau of Justice Statistics . 1997 to 1998.
  • (Co-PI), Cullen, F.T., Fisher, B.S., & Belknap, J. , The Extent and Nature of Sexual Victimization of College Women: A National-Level Analysis , National Institute of Justice . $286,334. 1995 to 1996.
  • (PI ), Cullen, F.T., Fisher, B.S., Applegate, B.K. , Mapping Public Attitudes Toward Crime and Punishment: A Pilot Study , University Research Council, University of Cincinnati . 1995.
  • (Consultant ), Fisher, B.S. , Understanding Crime Victimization on College Campuses: Implications for Crime Prevention, National Institute of Justice . $201,952. 1993.
  • (PI), Cullen, F.T. & Latessa, E.L. , The Extent and Sources of NCAA Rule Infractions: A National Self-Report Study of Student-Athletes , National Collegiate Athletic Association. $23,370 . 1993.
  • Understanding Adult Criminality: A Self-Report Study , University Research Council, University of Cincinnati . $2,295. 1990.
  • (Consultant ), Benson, M.L., District Attorneys and Corporate Criminal Prosecution: A Study of Local Responses to Corporate Illegalities , National Institute of Justice . $157,485. 1989.
  • Legislators' Criminal Justice Ideology , Western Illinois University . $800. 1982.
  • (PI), Cullen, Francis, Individual, Institutional, and Community Sources of School Violence: A Meta-Analysis, Department of Justice. (2015-CK-BX-0001), $380,122.00. 01-01-2016 to 12-31-2017. Status: Active.
  • (Collaborator), Cullen, Francis; Feldmeyer, Ben, Macro-Level Sources of Illegal Drug Overdose Deaths across U.S. Communities, National Science Foundation. (NSF SES-1849209), $215,445.00. 02-01-2019 to 01-31-2022. Status: Awarded.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Wright, John Paul, and Cullen, Francis T. 2001. "Family social capital and delinquent involvement." Journal of Criminal Justice 29(January/February): 1-9.
  • Wright, J.P., Cullen, F.T., and Williams, N. 2002. "The embeddedness of adolescent employment and participation in delinquency: A life-course perspective." Western Criminological Review 4(No.1): 1-19.[Link]
  • Wright, J.P., Cullen, F.T., and Williams, N. 1997. "Working while in school and delinquent involvement: Implications for social policy." Crime and Delinquency 43(April): 203-221.
  • Wright, J.P., Cullen, F.T., and Blankenship, M.B. 1995. "The social construction of corporate violence: Media coverage of the imperial food products fire." Crime and Delinquency 41(January): 20-36.
  • Wright, J.P., Cullen, F.T., Agnew, R.S., and Brezina, T. 2001. "The root of all evil: An exploratory study of money and delinquent involvement." Justice Quarterly 18(June): 239-268.
  • Wright, J.P., Carter, D.E., and Cullen, F.T. 2005. "A life-course analysis of military service in Vietnam." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 42(February): 55, 83.
  • Wright, J.P., and Cullen, F.T. 2004. "Employment, peers, and life-course transitions." Justice Quarterly 31(March): 183-205.
  • Wright, J.P., and Cullen, F.T. 2001. "Parental efficacy and delinquent behavior: Do control and support matter?." Criminology 39(August): 601-629.
  • Wright, J.P., and Cullen, F.T. 2000. "Juvenile involvement in occupational delinquency." Criminology 38(August): 863-892.
  • Wooldredge, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Latessa, E.J. 1992. "Victimization in the workplace: A test of routine activities theory." Justice Quarterly 9(June): 325-335.
  • Williams, N., Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 1996. "Labor market participation and youth crime: The neglect of 'working' in delinquency research." Social Pathology 2(Fall): 195-217.
  • Vander Ven, T.M., Cullen, F.T., Carrozza, M.A., and Wright, J.P. 2001. "Home alone: The impact of maternal employment on delinquency." Social problems 48(May): 236-257.
  • Vander Ven, T.M., and Cullen, F.T. 2004. "The impact of maternal employment on serious youth crime: Does the quality of working conditions matter?." Crime and Delinquency 50(April): 272-291.
  • Van Voorhis, P., Cullen, F.T., Link, B.G., and Travis Wolfe, N. 1991. "The impact of race and gender on correctional officers' orientation to the integrated environment." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 22(October): 472-500.
  • Van Voorhis, P., Cullen, F.T., and Applegate, B.K. 1995. "Evaluating interventions with violent offenders: A guide for practitioners and policymakers." Federal Probation 59(June): 17-28.
  • Unnever, James D., Cullen, Francis T., and Fisher, Bonnie S. 2007. "A liberal is someone who has not been mugged": criminal victimization and political beliefs." JQ: Justice Quarterly 24(2): 309, 334.
  • Unnever, James D., and Cullen, Francis T. 2007. "The racial divide in support for the death penalty: does white racism matter?." Social Forces 85(3): 1281, 1301.
  • Unnever, James D., and Cullen, Francis T. 2007. "Reassessing the racial divide in support for capital punishment: the continuing significance of race." Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 44(1): 124-158.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Roberts, J.V. 2005. "Not everyone strongly supports the death penalty: Assessing weakly-held attitudes about capital punishment." American Journal of Criminal Justice 29(Spring): 187-216.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Pratt, T.C. 2003. "Parental management, ADHD, and delinquent involvement: Reassessing Gottfredson and Hirschi's general theory." Justice Quarterly 20(September): 471-500.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Jones, J.D. 2008. "Public support for attacking the 'root causes' of crime: the impact of egalitarian and racial beliefs." Sociological Focus 41(February): 1-33.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Fisher, B.S. 2007. "'A liberal is someone who has not been mugged': Criminal victimization and political beliefs." Justice Quarterly 24(June): 309-334.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Fisher, B.S. 2005. "Empathy and public support for capital punishment." Journal of Crime and Justice 28(No. 1): 1-34.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Bartkowski, J.P. 2006. "Images of God and public support for capital punishment: Does a close relationship with a loving God matter?." Criminology 44(November): 833, 864.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Applegate, B.K. 2005. "Turning the other cheek: Reassessing the impact of religion on punitive ideology." Justice Quarterly 22(September): 304-339.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., and Agnew, R. 2006. "Why is bad parenting criminogenic? Implications from rival theories." Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 4(January): 3-33.
  • Unnever, J.D., Colvin, M., and Cullen, F.T. 2004. "Crime and coercion: A test of core theoretical propositions." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 41(August): 244-268.
  • Unnever, J.D., Benson, M.L., and Cullen, F.T. (2008). "Public support for getting tough on corporate crime: Racial and political divides." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 45(2), 163-190.
  • Unnever, J.D., and Cullen, F.T. 2007. "The racial divide in support for the death penalty: Does white racism matter?." Social Forces 85(March): 1281-1301.
  • Unnever, J.D., and Cullen, F.T. 2007. "Reassessing the racial divide in support for capital punishment: The continuing significance of race." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 44(February): 124-158.
  • Unnever, J.D., and Cullen, F.T. 2006. "Christian fundamentalism and support for capital punishment." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 43(May): 169-197.
  • Unnever, J.D., and Cullen, F.T. 2005. "Executing the innocent and support for capital punishment: Implications for public policy." Criminology and Public Policy 4(February): 3-37.
  • Turner, M.G., Sundt, J.L., Applegate, B.K., and Cullen, F.T. 1995. "'Three strikes and you're out' legislation: A national assessment." Federal Probation 59(September): 16-35.
  • Turner, M.G., Hartman, J.L., Exum, L.M., and Cullen, F.T. 2007. "Examining the cumulative effects of protective factors: Resiliency among a national sample of high-risk youths." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 46(Nos. 1-2): 81-111.
  • Turner, M.G., Hartman, J.L., Exum, L., and Cullen, F.T. 2007. "Examining the cumulative effects of protective factors: resiliency among a national sample of high-risk youths." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 46: 81-111.
  • Turner, M.G., Cullen, F.T., Sundt, J.L., and Applegate, B.K. 1997. "Public tolerance for community-based sanctions." The Prison Journal 77(March): 6-26.
  • Sundt, Jody L., and Cullen, Francis T. 2002. "The correctional ideology of prison chaplains a national survey." Journal of Criminal Justice 30(5): 369.
  • Sundt, J.L., Dammer, H.R., and Cullen, F.T. 2002. "The role of the prison chaplain in offender rehabilitation." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 35(No. 3-4): 59-86.
  • Sundt, J.L., Cullen, F.T., Turner, M.G., and Applegate, B.K. 1998. "What will the public tolerate?." Perspectives 22(Summer): 22-26.
  • Sundt, J.L., Cullen, F.T., Applegate, B.K., and Turner, M.J. 1998. "The tenacity of the rehabilitative ideal revisited: Have attitudes toward offender treatment changed?." Criminal Justice and Behavior 25(December): 426-442.
  • Sundt, J.L., and Cullen, F.T. 2002. "The correctional ideology of prison chaplains: A national survey." Journal of Criminal Justice 30: 369-385.[Link]
  • Sundt, J.L., and Cullen, F.T. 1998. "The role of the contemporary prison chaplain." The Prison Journal 23(No. 3): 271-298. Selected for the Anderson.ACJS Outstanding Paper Award for the 1998 meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Award given at the 1999 meeting.
  • Sundt, J.L., and Cullen, F.T. (2007). "Doing God's work behind bars: Chaplains' reactions to employment in prison." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 45(3-4), 131-157.
  • Sloan, J.J., Fisher, B.S., and Cullen, F.T. 1997. "Assessing the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990: An analysis of the victim reporting practices of college and university students." Crime and Delinquency 43(April): 148-168.
  • Skovron, Sandra Evans, Scott, Joseph E., and Cullen, Francis T. 1988. "Prison crowding: public attitudes toward strategies of population control." Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 25(2): 150, 169.
  • Shover, N., and Cullen, F.T. (2008). "Studying and teaching white-collar crime: Populist and patrician perspectives." Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 19(July), 155-174.
  • Pratt, T.C., Cullen, F.T., Blevins, K.R., Daigle, L.E., and Unnever, J.D. 2002. "The relationship of ADHD to crime and delinquency: A meta-analysis." International Journal of Police Science and Management 4(4): 344-360.
  • Pratt, T.C., and Cullen, F.T. 2000. "The empirical status of Gottfredson and Hirschi's general theory of crime: A meta-analysis." Criminology 38(August): 931-964.
  • Piquero, A.R., MacDonald, J., Dobrin, A., Daigle, L.E., and Cullen, F.T. 2005. "Self-control, violent offending, and homicide victimization: Assessing the general theory of crime." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 21(March): 55-71.
  • Palamara, Frances, Cullen, Francis T., and Gersten, Joanne C. 1986. "The effect of police and mental health intervention on juvenile deviance: specifying contingencies in the impact of formal reaction." Journal of Health & Social Behavior 27(1): 90, 105.
  • Olivares, K.M, Burton Jr., V.S., and Cullen, F.T. 1996. "The collateral consequences of a felony conviction: A national study of state legal codes ten years later." Federal Probation 60(September): 10-17.
  • Moon, M.M., Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 2003. "It takes a village: Public willingness to help wayward youths." Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 1(January): 32-45.
  • Moon, M., Wright, J.P., Cullen, F.T., and Pealer, J. 2000. "Putting kids to death: Specifying public support for juvenile capital punishment." Justice Quarterly 17(December): 663-684.
  • McCoy, H.V., Wooldredge, J.D., Cullen, F.T., Dubeck, P.J., and Browning, S.L. 1996. "Lifestyles of the old and not so fearful: Life situation and older persons' fear of crime." Journal of Criminal Justice 24(No. 3): 191-205.
  • Mazerolle, P., Burton, Jr., V.S., Cullen, F.T., Evans, D., and Payne, G.L. 2000. "Strain, anger, and delinquency adaptations: Specifying general strain theory." Journal of Criminal Justice 28((March/April)): 89-101.
  • Luxenburg, J., Cullen, F.T., Langworthy, R.H., and Kopache, R. 1994. "Firearms and Fido: Ownership of injurious means of protection." Journal of Criminal Justice 22(No. 2): 159-170.
  • Lowenkamp, C.T., Cullen, F.T., and Pratt, T.C. 2003. "Replicating Sampson and Groves's test of social disorganization theory: Revisiting a criminological classic." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 40(November): 351-373.
  • Listwan, S., Cullen, F.T., and Latessa, E.J. 2006. "How to prevent prisoner re-entry programs from failing: Insights from evidence-based corrections." Federal Probation 70(December): 19, 25.
  • Lipsey, M.W., and Cullen, F.T. 2007. "The effectiveness of correctional rehabilitation: A review of systematic reviews." Annual Review of Law and Social Science 3: 297-320.
  • Lipsey, M.W., and Cullen, F.T. 2007. "The effectiveness of correctional rehabilitation: a review of systematic reviews." Annual Review of Law and Social Science 3: 297-320.
  • Link, Bruce G., and Cullen, Francis T. 1986. "Contact with the mentally ill and perceptions of how dangerous they are." Journal of Health & Social Behavior 27(4): 289, 302.
  • Link, B.G., Monahan, J., Stueve, A., and Cullen, F.T. 1999. "Real in their consequences: A sociological approach to understanding the association between psychotic symptoms and violence." American Sociological Review 64(April): 316-332.
  • Link, B.G., Mirotznik, J., and Cullen, F.T. 1991. "The effectiveness of stigma coping orientations: Can negative consequences of mental illness be avoided?." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 32(September): 302-320.
  • Link, B.G., Cullen, F.T., Struening, E., Shrout, P.E., and Dohrenwend, B.G. 1989. "A modified labeling theory approach to mental disorders: An empirical assessment." American Sociological Review 54(June): 400-423.
  • Link, B.G., Andrews, H., and Cullen, F.T. 1992. "The violent and illegal behavior of mental patients reconsidered." American Sociological Review 57(June): 275-292. Named Best Publication 1992-1993, Sociology of Mental Health Section, American Sociological Association, August, 1993.
  • Lieberbach, J., Cullen, F.T., Sundt, J.L., and Geis, G. 2001. "The criminalization of physician violence: Social control in transformation?." Justice Quarterly 18(March): 141-170.
  • Levrant, S., Cullen, F.T., Fulton, B., and Wozniak, J.F. 1999. "Reconsidering restorative justice: The corruption of benevolence revisited?." Crime and Delinquency 45(January): 3-27.
  • Latessa, Edward J., Travis III, Lawrence F., and Cullen, Francis T. 1988. "Public support for mandatory drug-alcohol testing in the workplace." Crime & Delinquency 34(4): 379.
  • Latessa, E.T., Cullen, F.T., and Gendreau, P. 2002. "Beyond correctional quackery: Professionalism and the possibility of effective treatment." Federal Probation 66(September): 43-49.
  • Kerley, K.R., Benson, M.L., Lee, M.R., and Cullen, F.T. 2004. "Race, criminal justice contact, and adult position in the social stratification system." Social problems 51(November): 549-568.
  • Jacoby, J.E., and Cullen, F.T. 1998. "The structure of punishment norms: Applying the Rossi-Berk model." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 89(Fall): 245, 312.
  • Hogan, N.L., Lambert, E.G., Hepburn, J.R., V, Burton, and Cullen, F.T. 2004. "Is there a difference? Exploring male and female correctional officers' definition of and response to conflict situations." Women and Criminal Justice 15(No. 3-4): 143-165.
  • Henderson, M.L., Cullen, F.T., Carroll, L., and Feinberg, W. 2000. "Race, rights, and order in prison: A national survey of wardens on the racial integration of prison cells." The Prison Journal 80(September): 295-308.
  • Henderson, M.L., Cullen, F.T., Cao, L., Browning, S.L., and Kopache, R. 1997. "The impact of race on perceptions of criminal injustice." Journal of Criminal Justice 26(No. 6): 1-16.
  • Gendreau, P., Latessa, E.J., and Cullen, F.T. 2005. "A comment on Shearer's what doesn't work in the 'what works' approach." Texas Journal of Corrections(No. 2): 6, 11, 13, 15.
  • Gendreau, P., Goggin, C., Cullen, F.T., and Andrews, D.A. 2000. "The effects of community sanctions and incarceration on recidivism." Forum on Corrections Research 12(May): 10-13.
  • Gendreau, P., and Cullen, F.T. 2008. "Martinson redux." Crime Scene 15(April): 13-15.
  • Gendreau, P., and Cullen, F.T. 1994. "Intensive rehabilitation supervision: The next generation in community corrections?." Federal Probation 58(March): 72-78.
  • Frank, J., Brandl, S., Cullen, F.T., and Stichman, A. 1996. "Reassessing the impact of race on citizens' attitudes toward the police: A research note." Justice Quarterly 13(June): 321-334.
  • Fisher, B.S., Vander Ven, T.M., Cobane, C.T., Cullen, F.T., and Williams, N. 1998. "Trends in multiple-authored articles in criminology and criminal justice: A comparative disciplinary analysis." Journal of Criminal Justice Education 9(No. 1): 19-38.
  • Fisher, B.S., Sloan, J.J., Cullen, F.T., and Chunmeng L. 1998. "Crime in the ivory tower: The level and sources of student victimization." Criminology 36(August): 671-710.
  • Fisher, B.S., Hartman, J., Cullen, F.T., and Turner, M.G. 2002. "Making campuses safer for students: The Clery Act as a symbolic legal reform." Stetson Law Review 32(Fall): 61-89.[Link]
  • Fisher, B.S., Daigle, L.E., Cullen, F.T., and Turner, M.G. 2003. "Acknowledging sexual victimization as rape: Results from a national-level study." Justice Quarterly 20(September): 535-574.
  • Fisher, B.S., Daigle, L.E., Cullen, F.T., and Santana, S.A. 2007. "Assessing the efficacy of the protective action-completion nexus for sexual victimization." Violence and Victims 22(February): 17-41.
  • Fisher, B.S., Daigle, L.E., and Cullen, F.T. 2008. "Rape against women: What can research offer to guide the development of prevention programs and risk reduction interventions." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 24(2), 163-177.
  • Fisher, B.S., Cullen, F.T., and Turner, M.G. 2002. "Being pursued: Stalking victimization in a national study of college women." Criminology and Public Policy 1(March): 257-308.
  • Fisher, B.S., Cullen, F.T., and Daigle, L.E. 2005. "The discovery of 'acquaintance rape': The salience of methodological innovation and rigor." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 20(April): 493-500.
  • Fisher, B.S., Cobane, C.T., Vander Ven, T.M., and Cullen, F.T. 1998. "How many authors does it take to publish an article? Trends and patterns in political science." PS: Political Science and Politics 31(December): 847-856.
  • Evans, T.D., Cullen, F.T., Dunaway, R.G., and Burton Jr., V.S. 1995. "Religion and crime reexamined: The impact of religion, secular controls, and social ecology on adult criminality." Criminology 33(May): 195-224.
  • Evans, T.D., Cullen, F.T., Burton Jr., V.S., Dunaway, R.G., Kethenini, S.R., and Payne, G.L. 1996. "Religion, social bonds, and delinquency." Deviant Behavior 17(January-March): 43-70.
  • Evans, T.D., Cullen, F.T., Burton Jr., V.S., Dunaway, R.G., and Benson, M.L. 1997. "The social consequences of self-control: Testing the general theory of crime." Criminology 35(August): 475-500.
  • Evans Skovron, S., Scott, J.E., and Cullen, F.T. 1989. "The death penalty for juveniles: An assessment of public support." Crime and Delinquency 35(October): 546-561.
  • Dunaway, R.G., Cullen, F.T., Burton Jr., V.S., and Evans, T.D. 2000. "The myth of social class and crime revisited: An examination of class and adult criminality." Criminology 38(May): 589-632.
  • Dunaway, R.G., and Cullen, F.T. 1991. "Explaining crime ideology: An exploration of the parental socialization perspective." Crime and Delinquency 37(October): 536-554.
  • Daigle, L.E., Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 2007. "Gender differences in the predictors of juvenile delinquency; assessing the generality-specificity debate." Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 5: 254-286.
  • Daigle, L. E., Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 2007. "Gender differences in the predictors of juvenile delinquency: Assessing the generality-specificity debate." Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 5(July): 254-286.
  • Cullen, Francis T., Heiner, Karl W., and Sullo, Pasquale. 1980. "Child support collection: a stick-and-carrot approach." Social work 25(5): 397, 402.
  • Cullen, Francis T., and Messner, Steven F. 2007. "The making of criminology revisited an oral history of Merton's anomie paradigm." Theoretical Criminology 11(1): 5, 37.
  • Cullen, Francis T., and Messner, Steven F. 2007. "In the spirit of Robert K. Merton." Theoretical Criminology 11(1): 95-96.
  • Cullen, Francis T. 2004. "Criminal circumstance: a dynamic multicontextual criminal opportunity theory (book)." Contemporary Sociology 33(3): 359, 361.
  • Cullen, Francis T. 1995. "Assessing the penal harm movement." Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 32(3): 338, 358.
  • Cullen, Francis T. 1994. "Prescription for profit: how doctors defraud medicaid (book)." Contemporary Sociology 23(3): 417, 419.
  • Cullen, Francis T. 1988. "Were Cloward and Ohlin strain theorists? delinquency and opportunity revisited." Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 25(3): 214, 241.
  • Cullen, Francis T. 1985. "Private justice: towards integrated in the sociology of law (book )." Social Forces 64(2): 519, 520.
  • Cullen, F.T., Wright, J.P., Brown, S., Moon, M., Blankenship, M.B., and Applegate, B.K. 1998. "Public support for early intervention programs: Implications for a progressive policy agenda." Crime and Delinquency 44(April): 187-204.
  • Cullen, F.T., Wright, J.P., and Chamlin, M.B. 1999. "Social support and social reform: A progressive crime control agenda." Crime and Delinquency 45(April): 188-207.
  • Cullen, F.T., Williams, N., and Wright, J.P. 1997. "Work conditions and juvenile delinquency: Is youth employment criminogenic?." Criminal Justice Policy Reveiw 8(Nos. 2-3): 119-143.
  • Cullen, F.T., Vose, B.A., Lero, C.N., and Unnever, J.D. 2007. "Public support for early intervention: Is child saving a 'habit of the heart'?." Victims and Offenders 2(No. 2): 109-124.
  • Cullen, F.T., Vose, B.A., Jonson, C.L., and Unnever, J.D. 2007. "Public support for early intervention: Is child saving a “habit of the heart”?." Victims and Offenders 2: 109-124.
  • Cullen, F.T., Vose, B.A., Johnson, C.L., and Unnever, J.D. 2007. "Public support for early intervention: is child saving a "habit of the heart"?." Victims and Offenders 2: 109-124.
  • Cullen, F.T., Unnever, J.D., Hartman, J.L., Agnew, R., and Turner, M.G. (2008). "Gender, bullying victimization, and juvenile delinquency: A test of general strain theory." Victims and Offenders, 3(4), 346-364. 
  • Cullen, F.T., Smith, P., Lowenkamp, C.T., and Latessa, E.J. (2009). "Nothing works revisited: Deconstructing Farabee's rethinking rehabilitation." Victims and Offenders, 4(2), 101-123.
  • Cullen, F.T., Pealer, J.A., Santana, S.A., Fisher, B.S., Applegate, B.K., and Blevins, K.R. 2007. "Public support for faith-based correctional programs: should sacred places serve civic purposes?." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 43: 29-46.
  • Cullen, F.T., Pealer, J.A., Santana, S.A., Fisher, B.S., Applegate, B.K., and Blevins, K.R. 2007. "Public support for faith-based correctional programs: Should sacred places serve civic purposes?." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 43(Nos. 3-4): 29-46.
  • Cullen, F.T., Latessa, E.J., Kopache, R., Lombardo, L.X., and Burton Jr., V.S. 1993. "Prison wardens' job satisfaction." The Prison Journal 73(June): 141-161.
  • Cullen, F.T., Latessa, E.J., Burton Jr., V.S., and Lombardo, L.X. 1993. "The correctional orientation of prison wardens: Is the rehabilitative ideal supported?." Criminology 31(February): 69-92.
  • Cullen, F.T., Latessa, E.J., and Byrne, J.P. 1990. "Scandal and reform in collegiate athletics: Implications from a national survey of head football coaches." Journal of Higher Education 61(January-February): 50-62.
  • Cullen, F.T., Gendreau, P., Jarjoura, G.R., and Wright, J.P. 1997. "Crime and the bell curve: Lessons from intelligent criminology." Crime & Delinquency 43(October): 387-411.
  • Cullen, F.T., Evans Skovron, S., Scott, J.E., and Burton Jr., V.S. 1990. "Public support for correctional rehabilitation: The tenacity of the rehabilitative ideal." Criminal Justice and Behavior 17(March): 6-18.
  • Cullen, F.T., Eck, J.E., and Lowenkamp, C.T. 2002. "Environmental corrections: A new paradigm for effective probation and parole supervision." Federal Probation 66(September): 28-37.
  • Cullen, F.T., Cao, L., Frank, J., Langworthy, R.H., Browning, S.L., Kopache, R., and Stenenson, T.J. 1996. "Stop or I'll shoot": Racial differences in support for police use of deadly force." American Behavioral Scientist 39(February): 449 460.
  • Cullen, F.T., Blevins, K.A., and Gendreau, P. 2005. "The rise and fall of boot camps: A case study in common-sense corrections." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 40(No. 3-4): 53-70.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Sundt, J.L. 2003. "Reaction essay: Reaffirming evidence-based corrections." Criminology and Public Policy 2(No. 2): 33-40.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Messner, S.F. 2007. "The making of criminology revisited: An oral history of Merton’s anomie paradigm." Theoretical Criminology 11(February): 5-37.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Messner, S.F. 2007. "The making of criminology revisited: an oral history of Merton's anomie paradigm." Theoretical Criminology 11: 5-37.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Gendreau, P. 2001. "From nothing works to what works: Changing professional ideology in the 21st century." The Prison Journal 81(September): 313-338.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Benson, M.B. 1993. "White-collar crime: Holding a mirror to the core." Journal of Criminal Justice Education 4(Fall): 325-347.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2007. "Make rehabilitation corrections’ guiding paradigm." Criminology and Public Policy 6(November): 717-728.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2007. "Make rehabilitation corrections' guiding paradigm." Criminology and Public Policy 6: 717-728.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2006. "It's time to reaffirm rehabilitation: reaction essay." Criminology and Public Policy 5(No. 4): 665-672.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2005. "The twelve people who saved rehabilitation: How the science of criminology made a difference -- The American Society of Criminology 2004 Presidential Address." Criminology 43(February): 1-42.
  • Cullen, F.T. 1994. "Social support as an organizing concept for criminology: Presidential address to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences." Justice Quarterly 11(December): 527-559.
  • Cullen, F.T. 1989. "Having trouble getting published? Ten lessons for success." The Criminologist 14(January-February): 9, 19-21.
  • Cullen, F.T. 1989. "An empty castle, words to the wise, and self-fulfilling prophecies: Rejoinder to Bruce Berg's comments." The Criminologist 14(November-December): 10-13.
  • Colvin, M., Cullen, F.T., and Vander Ven, T. 2002. "Coercion, social support, and crime: An emerging theoretical consensus." Criminology 40(February): 19-42.
  • Cao, L., Frank, J., and Cullen, F.T. 1996. "Race, community context, and confidence in the police." American Journal of Police 15(No. 1): 3-22.
  • Cao, L., Cullen, F.T., Barton, S.M., and Blevins, K.R. 2002. "The public's willingness to shoot: Attitudes toward defensive gun use." American Journal of Criminal Justice 27(Fall): 85-109.[Link]
  • Cao, L., Cullen, F.T., and Link, B.G. 1997. "The social determinants of gun ownership: Self-protection in an urban environment." Criminology 35(November): 629-657.
  • Cao, L., and Cullen, F.T. 2001. "Thinking about crime and control: A comparative study of Chinese and American ideology." International Criminal Justice Review 11(Nos. 1/2): 58-81.
  • Caeti, T.J., Hemmens, C., Cullen, F.T., and Burton Jr., V.S. 2003. "Management of juvenile correctional facilities." Prison Journal 83(December): 383-405.
  • Burton, Jr., V.S., Evans, T.D., Cullen, F.T., Olivares, K.M., and Dunaway, R.G. 1999. "Age, self-control, and adults' offending behaviors: A research note assessing a general theory of crime." Journal of Criminal Justice 27(No. 1): 45-54.
  • Burton, Jr., V.S., Cullen, F.T., Evans, T.D., Fiftal Alarid, L., and Dunaway, R.G. 1998. "Gender, self-control, and crime." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 35(May): 123-147.
  • Burton Jr., V.S., Cullen, F.T., Evans, T.D., Dunaway, R.G., Kethenini, S.R., and Payne, G.L. 1995. "The impact of parental controls on delinquency." Journal of Criminal Justice 23(No. 2): 111-126.
  • Burton Jr., V.S., Cullen, F.T., Evans, T.D., and Dunaway, R.G. 1994. "Reconsidering strain theory: Operationalization, rival theories, and adult criminality." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 10: 213-239.
  • Burton Jr., V.S., and Cullen, F.T. 1992. "The empirical status of strain theory." Journal of Crime and Justice 15(No. 2): 1-30.
  • Buckler, Kevin, Cullen, Francis T., and Unnever, James D. 2007. "Citizen assessment of local criminal courts: does fairness matter?." Journal of Criminal Justice 35(5): 524, 536.
  • Buckler, K., Unnever, J.D., and Cullen, F.T. 2008. "Perceptions of injustice revisited: A test of Hagan et al.'s Comparative Conflict Theory." Journal of Crime and Justice.
  • Buckler, K., Unnever, J.D., and Cullen, F.T. 2007. "Citizen assessment of local criminal courts: does fairness matter?." Journal of Criminal Justice 35: 524-536.
  • Buckler, K., Unnever, J.D., and Cullen, F.T. 2007. "Citizen assessment of local criminal courts: Does fairness matter?." Journal of Criminal Justice 35(No. 5): 524-536.
  • Browning, S.L., Cullen, F.T., Cao, L., Kopache, R., and Stevenson, T.J. 1994. "Race and getting hassled by the police: A research note." Police Studies 17(No. 1): 1-11.
  • Brezina, T., Agnew, R., Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 2004. "The code of the street: A quantitative assessment of Elijah Anderson' s subculture of violence thesis and its contribution to youth violence research." Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 2(October): 303-328.
  • Braswell, M.C., and Cullen, F.T. 2003. "The art and science of teaching criminal justice: A dialogue." ACJS Today 26(January/February): 21-24.
  • Blevins, Kristie R., Cullen, Francis T., Frank, James, Sundt, Jody L., and Holmes, Stephen T. 2006. "Stress and satisfaction among juvenile correctional workers: a test of competing models." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 44(2): 55, 79.
  • Blevins, K.R., Cullen, F.T., Frank, J., Holmes, S.T., and Sundt, J.L. 2007. "Stress and satisfaction among juvenile correctional workers: A test of competing models." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 44: 55-79.
  • Blevins, K.R., Cullen, F.T., Frank, J., Holmes, S.T., and Sundt, J.L. 2007. "Stress and satisfaction among juvenile correctional workers: a test of competing models." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 44(Nos. 2-3): 55-79.
  • Blevins, K.R., Cullen, F.T., and Sundt, J.L. (2008). "The correctional orientation of 'Child Savers': Support for rehabilitation and custody among juvenile correctional workers." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 45(3-4), 47-83.
  • Blankenship, M.B., Luginbuhl, J., Cullen, F.T., and Redick, W. 1997. "Juror comprehension of sentencing instructions: A test of Tennessee's death penalty process." Justice Quarterly 14(June): 325-351.
  • Benson, M.L., Cullen, F.T., and Maakestd, W.J. 1990. "Local prosecutors and corporate crime." Crime and Delinquency 36(July): 362-372.
  • Belknap, J., Fisher, B.S., and Cullen, F.T. 1999. "The development of a comprehensive measure of the sexual victimization of college women." Violence Against Women 5(February): 185-214.
  • Applegate, Brandon K., and Cullen, Francis T. 1996. "Assessing public support for three-strikes-and-you're-out laws: global versus specific attitudes." Crime & Delinquency 42(4): 517.
  • Applegate, B.K., Wright, J.P., Dunaway, R.G., Cullen, F.T., and Wooldredge, J.D. 1993. "Victim-offender race and support for capital punishment: A factorial design approach." American Journal of Criminal Justice 18(No. 1): 95-115.
  • Applegate, B.K., King Davis, R., Cullen, and F.T. (2009). "Reconsidering child saving: The extent and correlates of public support for excluding youths from the juvenile court." Crime and Delinquency, 55 (January), 51-77.
  • Applegate, B.K., Cullen, F.T., Turner, M.G., and Sundt, J.L. 1996. "Assessing public support for three- strikes-and-you're-out laws: Global versus specific attitudes." Crime and Delinquency 42(October): 517-534.
  • Applegate, B.K., Cullen, F.T., Richards, P.J., Lanza-Kaduce, Lonn, and Link, B.G. 1999. "Avoiding drunk drivers: The level and sources of protective behavior." Violence and Victims 14(Fall): 323-336.
  • Applegate, B.K., Cullen, F.T., Link, B.G., Richards, P.J., and Lanza-Kaduce, L. 1996. "Determinants of public punitiveness toward drunk driving: A factorial survey approach." Justice Quarterly 13(March): 57-79.
  • Applegate, B.K., Cullen, F.T., Fisher, B.S., and Vander Ven, T. 2000. "Forgiveness and fundamentalism: Reconsidering the relationship between correctional attitudes and religion." Criminology 38(August): 719-753.
  • Applegate, B.K., Cullen, F.T., Barton, S.M., Richards, P.J., Lanza-Kaduce, L., and Link, B.G. 1995. "Public support for drunk-driving countermeasures: Social policy for saving lives." Crime & Delinquency 41(April): 171-190.
  • Applegate, B.K., Cullen, F.T., and Fisher, B.S. 2002. "Public views toward crime and correctional policies: Is there a gender gap?." Journal of Criminal Justice 30(March/April): 89-100.
  • Applegate, B.K., Cullen, F.T., and Fisher, B.S. 1997. "Public support for correctional treatment: The continuing appeal of the rehabilitative ideal." The Prison Journal 77(September): 237-258.
  • Andrews, D.A., Zinger, I., Hoge, R.D., Bonta, J., Gendreau, P., and Cullen, F.T. 1990. "Rejoinder--A human science approach or more punishment and pessimism." Criminology 28(August): 419-429.
  • Andrews, D.A., Zinger, I., Hoge, R.D., Bonta, J., Gendreau, P., and Cullen, F.T. 1990. "Does correctional treatment work? A clinically-relevant and psychologically-informed meta-analysis." Criminology 28(August): 369-404.
  • Alarid, L.F., Burton Jr., V.S., Marquart, J.W., Cullen, F.T., and Cuvelier, S.J. 1996. "Female crime roles in serious offenses: A study of adult felons." Justice Quarterly 13(September): 431-454.
  • Alarid, L.F., Burton Jr., V.S., and Cullen, F.T. 2000. "Gender and crime among felony offenders: Assessing the generality of social control and differential association theories." Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 37(May): 171-199.
  • Agnew, R., Cullen, F.T., Burton Jr, V.S., Evans, T.D., and Dunaway, R.G. 1996. "A new test of classic strain theory." Justice Quarterly 13(December): 681-704.
  • Agnew, R., Brezina, T., Wright, J.P., and Cullen, F.T. 2002. "Strain, personality traits, and delinquency: Extending general strain theory." Criminology 40(February): 43-71.
  • Belvins, K.R., Listwan, S.J., Cullen, F.T., & Jonson, C.L. "A general strain theory of prison violence and misconduct: An integrated model of inmate behavior." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. In press.
  • Henson, B., Wilcox, P., Reyns, B.W., & Cullen, F.T. "Gender, adolescent lifestyles, and violent victimization: Implications for routine activity." Violence and Victims. In press.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2010. Elliott Currie: In tribute to a life devoted to confronting crime. Criminology and Public Policy, 9(February), 19-27.
  • Fisher, B.S., Daigle, L.E., & Cullen, F.T. 2010. What distinguishes single sexual victims from recurring ones? The role of lifestyle-routine activities and first-incident characteristics. Journal Quarterly, 27(February), 102-129.
  • Piquero, A.R., Cullen, F.T. Unnever, J.D., Piquero, & Gordon, J. 2010. Never too late: Public opinion about juvenile rehabilitation. Punishment and Society, 12(April), 187-207.
  • Pratt, T.C., Cullen, F.T., Sellers, C.S., Winfree, L.T. Jr., Madensen, T.D., Daigle, L.E., Fearn, N.E., & Gau, J.M. 2010. The empirical status of social learning theory: A metat-analysis. Justice Quarterly. Available online.
  • Pratt, T.C., Cullen, F.T., Sellers, C.S., Winfree, L.T. Jr., Madensen, T.D., Daigle, L.E., Fearn, N.E., & Gau, J.M. 2010. The empirical status of social learning theory: A metat-analysis. Justice Quarterly. Available online.
  • Unnever, J.D., Bartkowski, J.P., & Cullen, F.T. 2010. God images and opposition to abortion and capital punishment: A partial test of religious support for the consistence life ethic. Sociology of Religion. Available online.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cochran, J.K., Cullen F.T., & Applegate, B.K. 2010. The pragmatic American: Attribution of crime and the hydraulic relation hypothesis. Justice Quarterly, 27(June), 431-457.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T. 2010. The social sources of Americans' punitiveness: A test of three competing models. Criminology, 48(February), 99-129.
  • Unnever, J.D. & Cullen, F.T. 2010. Racial-ethnic intolerance and support for capital punishment: A cross-national comparison. Criminology, 48(August), 831-862.
  • Cullen, F.T., Hartman, J.L., & Jonson, C.L. 2009. Bad guys: Why the public supports punishing white-collar offenders. Crime, Law and Social Change, 51(February), 31-44.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Jonson, C.L. 2009. Comment: Understanding the importance of communities that care. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 161(September), 866-867.
  • Cullen, F.T., Myer, A.J., & Latessa, E.J. 2009. Eight lessons learned from moneyball: The high cost of ignoring evidence-based corrections. Victims and Offenders, 4(2), 197-213.
  • Hartman, J.L., Turner, M.G., Daigle, L.E., Exum, M.L., & Cullen, F.T. 2009. Exploring the gender differenes in protective factors: Implication for understanding resiliency. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparitive Criminology, 53(3), 249-277. Selected for the William L. Simon/Anderson ACJS Outstanding Paper Award for the 2008 meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Award given at the 2009 ACJS meeting.
  • Piquero, A.R., MacDonald, J., Dobrin, A., Daigle, L.E., & Cullen, F.T. 2005. Studying the relatiojnship between violent offending and violent homicide victimization: Assessing the general theory of crime. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 21(March), 55-71.
  • Fisher, B.S., Daigle, L.E., Cullen, F.T., & Turner, M.G. 2003. "Reporting sexual victimization to the police and others: Results from a national-level study of college women." Criminal Justice and Behavior 30(February), 6-38.
  • Smith, P., Cullent, F.T., & Latessa, E.J. 2009. Can 14,737 women be wrong? A meta-analysis of the LSI-R and recidivism for female offenders. Criminology and Public, 8(March), 183-208.
  • Unnever, J.D. & Cullen, F.T. 2009. Empathetic identification and punitiveness: A middle-range theory of individual differences. Theoretical Criminology, 13(August), 283-312.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., Mathers, S.A., McCluer, T.E., & Allison, M.C. 2009. Racial discrimination and Hirschi's criminological classic: A chapter in the sociology of knowledge. Justice Quarterly, 26(September), 377-409. Selected for the Donal E.J. MacNamara Award for the Outstanding Publication by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
  • Vose, B., Lowenkamp, C.T., Smith, P., & Cullen, F.T. 2009. Gender and the predictive validity of the LSI-R: A study of parolees and probationers. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 25(November, 459-471.
  • Daigle, L.E., Fisher, B.S., & Cullen, F.T. 2008. The violent and sexual victimization of college women: Is repeated victimization a problems. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23(September), 1296-1313.
  • Listwa, S.J., Jonson, C.L., Cullen, F.T., & Latessa, E.J. 2008. Cracks in the penal harm movement: Evidence from the field. Criminology and Public Policy, 7(3), 423-465.
  • Vose, B., Cullen, F.T., & Smith, P. (2008). The empirical status of the level of service inventory. Federal Probation, 72(December), 22-29.
  • Moon, M., Sundt, J.L., Cullen, F.T., & Wright, J.P. Is child saving dead? Public support for juevnile rehabilitation. Crime and Delinquency, 46(January), 38-60.
  • Benson, M.L. & Cullen, F.T. (1988). The special sensitivity of white-collar offenders to prison: A critique and research agenda. Journal of Criminal Justice, 17(3), 207-215.
  • Benson, M.L, Maakestad, W.J, Cullen, F.T., & Geis, G. (1988). District attorneys and corporate crime: Surveying and prosecutorial gatekeepers. Criminology 26(August), 505-518.
  • Burton, V.S, Jr., Travis, L.F., & Cullen, F.T. (1988). Reducing the legal consequences of a felony conviction: A national survey of state statutes. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 12(Spring), 101-109.
  • Cullen, F.T., Cullen, J.B., & Wozniak, J.F. (1988). Is rehabilitation dead? The myth of the punitive public. Journal of Criminal Justice, 16(4), 303-317.
  • Van Voorhis, P., Cullen, F.T., Mathers, R.A., & Chenoweth Garner, C. (1988). The impact of family structure and quality on delinquency: A comparative assessment of structural and functional factors. Criminology, 26(May), 235-261.
  • Burton, V.S., Jr., Cullen, F.T., & Travis, L.F. (1987). The collateral consequences of felony conviction: A national study of state statutes. Federal Probation, 51(September), 52-60.
  • James, F., Cullen, F.T., & Cullen, J.B. (1987). Sources of judicial attitudes toward criminal sanctioning. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 11(Spring), 151-164.
  • Bynum, T., Greene, J.R., & Cullen, F.T. (1986). Correlates of legislative crime control ideology. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 3(2), 253-267.
  • Travis, L.F., III, Cullen, F.T., Link, B.G., & Wozniak, J.F. (1986). The impact of instructions on seriousness ratings: A research note. Journal of Criminal Justice, 14(5), 433-440.
  • Cullen, F.T. (1986). The privatization of treatment: Prison reform in the 1980s. Federal Probation, 3(3), 253-267.
  • Cullen, F.T., Link, B.G., Cullen, J.B., & Wolfe, N.T. (1989). How satisfying is prison work? A comparative occupational approach. Journal Offender Counseling, Services and Rehabilitation, 14(2), 89-108.
  • Cullen, F.T., Lutze, F.E., Link, B.G., & Wolfe, N.T. (1989). The correctional orientation of prison guards: Do officers support rehabilitation? Federal Probation, 53(March), 33-42.
  • Frank, J., Cullen, F.T., Travis, L.F., & Borntrager, J. (1989). Sanctioning corporate crime: How do business executives and the public compare? American Journal of Criminal Justice, 13(Spring), 136-169.
  • Cullen, F.T., Clark, G.A., & Wozniak, J.F. (1985). Attribution, salience and attitudes toward criminal sanctioning. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 12(September), 305-331.
  • Cullen, F.T., Clark, G.A., & Wozniak, J.F. (1985). Attribution, salience and attitudes toward criminal sanctioning. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 12(September), 305-331.
  • Cullen, F.T., Clark, G.A., Link, B.G., Mathers, R.A., Lee, J., & Sheahan, M. (1985). Dissecting white-collar crime: Offense type punitiveness. International Journal of Applied and Comparative Criminal Justice, 9(Spring), 15-28.
  • Cullen, F.T., Clark, G.A., & Wozniak, J.F. (1985). Explaining the get tough movement: Can the public be blamed? Federal Probation, 49(June), 16-24.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Dubeck, P.J. The myth of corporate immunity to deterrence: Ideology and the creation of the invincible criminal. Federal Probation, 49(September), 3-9.
  • Cullen, F.T., Wozniak, J.F., & Frank, J. (1985). The rise of the elderly offender: Will a 'new' criminal be invented? Crime and Social Justice, 23, 151-165.
  • Cullen, F.T., Larson, M.T., & Mathers, R.A. (1985). Having money and delinquent involvement: The neglect of power in delinquency theory. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 12(June), 171-192.
  • Cullen, F.T., Lemming, T., Link, B.G., & Wozniak, J.F. (1985). The impact of social supports on polic stress. Criminology, 23(August), 401-421.
  • Cullen, F.T., Link, B.G., Travis, L.F., & Wozniak, J.F. (1985). Consensus in crime seriousness ratings: Empirical reality or methodological artifact? Criminology, 23(February), 99-118.
  • Cullen, F.T., Link, B.G., Wolfe, N.T., & Frank, J. (1985). The social demensions of correctional officer stress. Justice Quarterly, 2(December), 505-531. 
  • Delorto, T.E. & Cullen, F.T. (1985). The impact of moral development on delinquent involvement. International Journal of Comparative Applied Criminal Justice, 9(Spring), 129-139.
  • Wilson, G.P., Cullen, F.T., Latesa, E.J., & Wills, J.S. (1985). State intervention and victimless crimes: A study of police attitudes. Journal of Police Science and Administration, 13(March), 22-29.
  • Wilson, G.P., Cullen, F.T., Latesa, E.J., & Wills, J.S. (1985). State intervention and victimless crimes: A study of police attitudes. Journal of Police Science and Administration, 13(March), 22-29.
  • Cullen, F.T., Heiner, K.W., & Travis, L.F. (1984). Provider medicaid fraud: A note on white-coat crime. Southern Journal of Criminal Justice, 8(Spring), 146-161.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Travis, LF. (1984). Work as an avenue of prison reform. New England Journal of Criminal and Civil Confinement, 10(Winter), 45-64.
  • Travis, L.F., III & Cullen, F.T. (1984). Radical non-intervention: The myth of doing no harm. Federal Probation, 48(March), 29-32.
  • Wolfe, N.T., Cullen, F.T., & Cullen, J.B. (1984). Describing the female offender: A note on the demographics of arrests. Journal of Criminal Justice, 12(5), 483-492.
  • Cullen, F.T., Gilber, K.E., Cullen, J.B. (1983). Implementing determinate sentencing in Illinois: Conscience and convenience. Criminal Justice Review, 8(Spring), 1-16.
  • Cullen, F.T., Golden, K.M., Cullen, J.B. (1983). Is child saving dead? Attitudes toward juvenile rehabilitation in Illinois. Journal of Criminal Justice, 11(1), 1-13.
  • Cullen, F.T., Link, B.G., Travis, L.F., III, Lemming, T. (1983). Paradox in policing: A note on perceptions of dangerousness. Journal of Police Science and Administration, 11(4), 457-462.
  • Cullen, F.T., Mathers, R.A., Clark, G.A., Cullen, J.B. (1983). Public support for punishing white-collar crime: Blaming the victim revisited. Journal of Criminal Justice 11(6), 481-493.

  • Link, B.G., Cullen, F.T. (1983). Recondidering the social rejection of ex-mental patients: Level of attitudinal response. American Journal of Community Psychology,11(3), 261-273.
  • Cullen, F.T., Link, B.G., & Planzi, C.W. (1982). The seriousness of crime revisited: Are attitudes toward white-collar crime changing? Criminology, 20(May), 83-102.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Wozniak, J.F. (1982). Fighting the appeal of repression. Crime and Social Justice, 18(Winter), 23-33.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Link, B.G. (1980). Crime as an occupation: A new look. Criminology, 18(November), 399-410.
  • Cullen, F.T., Golden, K.M., & Cullen, J.B. (1979) Sex and delinquency: A partial test of the masculinity hypothesis. Crimnology, 17(November), 301-310.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Cullen, F.B. (1977). The Soviet model of Soviet deviance. Pacific Sociological Review, 20(July), 389-410.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Cullen, J.B. (1977). Labeling theory and the empty castle phenomenon. Western Sociological Review, 9(1), 28-38.
  • Cullen, F.T., Hayhow, V.L., Cullen, J.B. & Plouffe, J.T. (1975). The effects of the use of grades as incentive. Journal of Educational Research, 68(March), 277-279.
  • Cullen, F.T., Hayhow, V.L., Cullen, J.B. & Plouffe, J.T. (1975). The effects of the use of grades as incentive. Journal of Educational Research, 68(March), 277-279.
  • Cullen, J.B. & Cullen, J.B. (1975). The structural and contextual conditions of group norm violation: Some implications from the game of ice hockey. International Review of Sport Sociology, 10(Spring), 69-78.
  • Tinto, V. & Cullen, F.T. (1975). Deviancy in the classroom: A mertonian analysis of student behavior. The Generator 5(Winter), 13-17.
  • Cullen, F.T. (1974). Attitudes of players and spectators toward norm-violation in ice hockey. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 38(June), 1146.
  • Benson, M.L., Alarid, L.F., Burton, V.S., Jr., & Cullen, F.T. (2011). Reintegration or Stimatization; Offender's Expectations of Community Re-Entry. Journal of Criminal Justice, 39, 385-393.
  • Cullen, F.T. (2011). Beyond adolelscence-limited criminology: Choosing our future-The American Society of Criminology 2010 Sutherland Address. Criminology, 49, 387-330.
  • Cullen, F.T., Jonson, C.L., &Nagin, D.S. (2011). Prisons do not reduce recidivism: The high cost of ignoring science. The Prison Journal, 91, 48S-65S.
  • Ngo, F.T., Paternoster, R., Cullen, F.T., & Mackenzie, D.L. (2011). Life domains and crime; A test of Agnew's general theory of crime and delinquency. Journal of Criminal Justice, 39, 302-311.
  • Vaske, J., Gaylean, K., & Cullen, F.T. (2011). Toward a biosocial theory of offender rehabilitation: Why does cognitive-behavioral treatment work? Journal of Criminal Justice. 39,: 90-102.

Books

  • Sykes, G.M., and Cullen, F.T. 1992. Criminology. Second edition. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.
  • Lilly, J.R., Cullen, F.T., and Ball, R.T. 1995. Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences. Second edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Lilly, J.R., Cullen, F.T., and Ball, R.A. 2007. Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences. Fourth Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Lilly, J.R., Cullen, F.T., and Ball, R.A. 2002. Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences. Third edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Lilly, J.R., Cullen, F.T., and Ball, R.A. 1989. Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences. First edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Fisher, B.S., Daigle, L.L., and Cullen, F.T. (2010). Unsafe in the Ivory Tower: Sexual Victimization on College Campuses. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Cullen, Francis T. 1992. No escape: the future of American corrections (book).
  • Cullen, F.T., Wright, J.P., and Blevins, K.R. 2006. Taking Stock: The Status of Criminological Theory-Advance in Criminological Theory, Volume 15. New Brunswick, NJ: Transactions Publishers.
  • Cullen, F.T., Maakestad, W.J., and Cavender, G. 1987. Corporate Crime Under Attack: The Ford Pinto Case and Beyond. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Company.
  • Cullen, F.T., Lero Jonson, C., Myer, A.J., and Adler, F.  2011. The Origins of American Criminology: Advances in Criminological Theory. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. In press.
  • Cullen, F.T., Cavender, G., Maakestad, W.J., and Benson, M.L. 2006. Corporate Crime Under Attack: The Fight to Criminalize Business Violence. Second edition. Newark, NJ: LexisNexis Matthew Bender/Anderson Publishing Company.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Wilcox, P. (2010). Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory (Volumes I & II). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Gilbert, K.E. 1982. Reaffirming Rehabilitation. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Company. Foreward by Donald R. Cressey. Book selected as one "The Great Books in Criminal Justice," Journal of Criminal Justice Education 19
    (November 2008), pp. 366-382.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Burton, Jr., V.S. 1994. Contemporary Criminological Theory. Hampshire, UK: Dartmouth Publishing Company/New York University Press.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Applegate, B.K. 1997. Offender Rehabilitation: Effective Correctional Interventions. Hampshire, UK: Ashgate Publishing Company.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Agnew, R.A. 2003. Criminological Theory: Past to Present - Essential Readings. Second edition. Los Angeles: Roxbury Press.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Agnew, R.A. 1999. Criminological Theory: Past to Present - Essential Readings, First Edition. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Press.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Agnew, R. 2006. Criminological Theory: Past to Present-Essential Readings. Third edition. Los Angeles: Roxbury Press.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2002. Rehabilitation and corrections programs. crime and public policy, 2nd edition. San Francisco, CA: ICS Press.
  • Cullen, F.T. 1984. Rethinking Crime and Deviance Theory: The Emergence of a Structuring Tradition. Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Allanheld Publishers. Book selected for "Honorable Mention," Distinguished Scholarship Award, Criminology Section, American Sociological Association, August, 1986.
  • Benson, M.L., and Cullen, F.T. 1998. Combating Corporate Crime: Local Prosecutors at Work. Boston: Northeastern University Press.
  • Lilly, J.R., Cullen, F.T., and Ball, R.A. 2011. Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences. Fifth Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. In press.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Johnson, C.L. 2011. Correctional theory: Context and consequences. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publictions. In press.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Agnew, R. 2011. Criminological Theory: Past to Present-Essential Readings. Fourth edition. New York: Oxford University Press. Editor
  • Cullen, F.T. & Pratt, T.C. Criminology. New York: Oxford University Press. (In Progress).
  • Cullen, F.T. & Wilcox, P. The Oxford handbook of criminological theory. New York: Oxford University Press. Editor. (In Progress).
  • Cullen, F.T., &Jonson, C.L. (2012). Correctional Theory: Context and Consequences. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Book Chapter

  • Wright, J.P., Cullen, F.T., and Beaver, K.M. 2007. "Ethics in practice: An anthology." pp. 531-543 in Does punishment work?, edited by H. LaFollette. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Wright, J.P., Cullen, F.T., and Beaver, K.M. 2007. "Ethics in Practice: An Anthology." pp. 531-543 in Does punishment work?, edited by H. LaFollette. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Wright, J.P., and Cullen, F.T. 2005. "Ethics in practice (3rd ed.)." in Does punishment work?, edited by LaFollet, H. Blackwell.
  • Pratt, T.C., Cullen, F.T., Blevins, K.R., Daigle, L.E., and Madensen, T.D. 2006. "Taking stock: the status of criminological theory- advances in criminological theory." pp. 367, 395 in The empirical status of deterrence theory: A meta-analysis, edited by Cullen, F.T.; Wright, J.P.; Blevins, K.R. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
  • Pratt, T.C., and Cullen, F.T. 2006. "Crime and justice: a review of research." in Assessing macro-level predictors and theories of crime: A meta-analysis, edited by Tonry, M. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 373-450.
  • Pratt, T.C., and Cullen, F.T. 2005. "Assessing the macro-level predictors and theories of crime: a meta-analysis. crime and justice: a review of research." Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
  • Gendreau, P., Goggin, C., Cullen, F.T., and Paparozzi, M. 2002. "The common sense revolution and correctional policy." In James Maguire (ed.), Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment: Effective Programmes and Policies to Reduce Re-Offending. Chichester, UK: John Wiley and Sons, 359-386.
  • Fisher, B.S., Karjane, H.M., Blevins, K.R., Santana, S.A., and Daigle, L.E. 2007. "Campus crime: Legal, social, and policy perspectives, 2nd Edition." pp. 65-86 in Reporting sexual assault and the Clery Act: Situating findings from the National Campus Sexual Assault Policy Study within college women’s experiences, edited by B.S. Fisher; J.H. Sloan III. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, pp. 65-86.
  • Fisher, B.S., Karjane, Cullen, F.T., H.M., Blevins, K.R., Santana, S.A., and. 2007. "Campus Crime: Legal, Social and Policy Perspectives (2nd Edition)." pp. 65-86 in Reporting sexual assault and the Clergy Act: situating findings from the National Campus Sexual Assault Policy Study within college women's experiences, edited by B.S. Fisher; J.H. Sloan III. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
  • Fisher, B.S., Blevins, K.R., Santana, S.A., and Cullen, F.T. 2004. "Crime and Sexual Victimization on College Campuses: Ivory Tower or Dangerous Places?" In David R.Karp and Thom Allena (eds.), Restorative Justice on the College Campus. Springfield IL: Charles C. Thomas, 217-238. 
  • Fisher, B.S., Blevins, K.R., Santana, S., and Cullen, F.T. 2004. "Restorative justice on the college campus: promoting student growth and responsibility, and reawakening the spirit of campus community." in Crime on college and university campuses: Ivory towers or dangerous places?, edited by Karp, D.R.; Allena, T. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
  • Fisher, B., Sloan, J., Cullen, F.T., and Lu, C. 1997. "The on-campus victimization patterns of students: Implications for crime prevention by students and post-secondary institutions." Cincinnati, OH: Anderson, 101-123.
  • Dean-Myrda, M.C., and Cullen, F.T. 1998.  "The Panacea pendulum: An account of community as a response to crim." In Joan Petersilia (ed.), Community Corrections: Probation, Parole, and Intermediate Sanctions. New York: Oxford University Press, 3-18. (Updated and revised version of 1984 article).
  • Cullen, F.T., Wright, J.P., Gendreau, P., and Andrews, D.A. 2003. "What correctional treatment can tell us about criminological theory: Implications for social learning theory." In Ronald L. Akers and Gary F. Jensen (eds.), Social Learning Theory and the Explanation of Crime: A Guide for the New Century - Advances in Criminological Theory, Volume 11.  New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 339-362. 
  • Cullen, F.T., Wright, J.P., and Applegate, B.K. 1996. "Control in the community: the limits of reform?." pp. 69, 116 in Choosing correctional interventions that work: Defining the demand and evaluating the supply, edited by Harland, A.T. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Cullen, F.T., Wooldredge, J.D., and Wright, J.P. 2000. "Parental social support and juvenile delinquency." In Michael L. Benson and Greer Linton Fox (eds.), Families, Crime and Criminal Justice: Contemporary Perspectives on Family Reseach. Volume 2. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 139-161.
  • Cullen, F.T., Van Voorhis, P., and Sundt, J.L. 1996. "Prisons in crisis: the american experience." in Prisons 2000: An international perspective on the current state and future of imprisonment, edited by In, R.Matthews; Francis, P. New York: Macmillan.
  • Cullen, F.T., Unnever, J.D., Wright, J.P., and Beaver, K. 2005. "Out of control? evaluating the general theory of crime." in Parenting and self-control, edited by Goode, E. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge.
  • Cullen, F.T., Sundt, J., and Wozniak, J.F. 2000. "The virtuous prison: Toward a restorative rehabilitation." In Henry N. Pontell and David Shichor (eds.), Contemporary Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice: Essays in Honor of Gilbert Geis. Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 265-286.
  • Cullen, F.T., Pratt, T.C., Miceli, S.L., and Moon, M.M. 2002. "Dangerous liaison? Rational choice theory as the basis for correctional intervention." In Alex R. Piquero and Stephen G. Tibbetts (eds.), Rational Choice and Criminal Behavior: Recent Research and Future Challenges. New York: Taylor and Francis Books, 279-296. 
  • Cullen, F.T., Pealer, J.A., Fisher, B.S., Applegate, B.K., and Santana, S.A. 2002. "Public support for correctional rehabilitation in America: Change or consistency?" In Julian V. Roberts and Michael Hough (eds.), Changing Attitudes to Punishment: Public Opinion, Crime and Justice. Devon, UK: William publishing, 128-147. 
  • Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 2002. "The future of the adolescent experience: societal trends and the transition to adulthood." in Criminal Justice in the Lives of American Adolescents: Choosing the Future, edited by Mortimer. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 2002. "Criminal justice in the lives of American adolescents: Choosing the future." In Jeylan T. Mortimer and Reed W. Larson (eds.), The Changing Adolescent Experience: Societal Trends and the Transition to Adulthood. New York: Cambridge University Press, 88-128. 
  • Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 1997. "Liberating the anomie-strain paradigm: Implications from social support theory. In Nikos Passas and Robert Agnew (eds.), The Future of Anomie Theory. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 187-206.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Wright, J.P. 1997. "The future of anomie theory." in Liberating the anomie-strain paradigm: implications from social support theory, edited by Passas, N.; Agnew, R. Boston: Northeastern University Press.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Smith, P. 2006. "Demystifying crime and criminal justice." pp. 227, 238 in The myth that correctional rehabilitation does not work, edited by Bohm, R.M.; Walker, J.T. Los Angeles: Roxbury.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Moon, M.M. 2002. "Reaffirming rehabilitation: Public support for correctional treatment." In Harry E. Allen (ed.), What Works-Risk Reduction: Interventions for Special Needs Offenders. Lanham, MD: American Correctional Association, 7-25. 
  • Cullen, F.T., and Gendraeu, P. 2000. "Assessing correctional rehabilitation: Policy, practice and prospects." In Julie Horney (ed.), Criminal Justice 2000: Volume 3 - Policies, Process and Decisions of the Criminal Justice System. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 109-175.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Fisher, B.S. 2000. "Measuring the sexual victimization of women: Evolution, current controversies, and future research." In David Duffee (ed.), Criminal Justice 2000: Volume 4-Measurement and Analysis of Crime and Justice. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 317-390.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2005. "Understanding crime: a multi-disciplinary approach." pp. 55, 60 in Commentary [on chapter two-sociological perspectives on crime], edited by Guarino-Ghezzi, S.; Trevino, A.J. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2002. "It's a wonderful life: Reflections on a career in progress." In Gilber Geis and Mary Dodge (eds.), The Lessons of Criminology. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Company, 1-22. 
  • Cullen, F.T. 2002. "Rehabilitation and treatment programs." In James Q. Wilson and Joan Petersilia (eds.), Crime: Public Policies for Crime Control. Second Edition. Oakland, CA: ICS Press, 253-289 (references on 606-614). 
  • Cullen, F., Wright, J., and Applegate, B. 1996."Control in the community: The limits of reform?" In Alan T. Harland (ed.), Choosing Correctional Interventions That Work: Defining the Demand and Evaluating the Supply. Newbury Park Park, CA: Sage Publishing, 69-116.
  • Cullen, F., Van Voorhis, P., and Sundt, J. 1996."Prisons in crisis: The American experiences." In Roger MAtthews and Peter Francis (eds.), Prisons 2000: An International Perspective on the Current State and Future of Imprisonment. New York, NY: McMillan, 21-52.
  • Cullen, F., and Wright, J. 1996. "Two futures of American corrections." In Brendan Maguire and Polly Radosh (eds.), The Past, Present, and Future of American Criminal Justice. New York, NY: General Hall, 198-219.
  • Cavender, G., Cullen, F.T., and Maakestad, W.J. 2004. "The Ford Pinto Trial." In Frankie Y. Bailey and Steven Chermak (eds.), Famous American Crimes and Trials, Volume 5 --1981-2000. New York, Praeger, 73-91. 
  • Cao, L., Frank, J., and Cullen, F. 2000. "Race, community context and confidence in the police" In J.B. McKean and B.D. Byers (eds.), Data Analysis for Criminal Justice and Criminology. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.
  • Applegate, B.K., Cullen, F.T., and Fisher, B.S. 2000. "Public opinon about punishment and corrections." In Michael Tonry (ed.), Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, Volume 27. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1-79. 
  • Agnew, R., Leeper Piquero, N., and Cullen, F.T. (2009). "General strain theory and white-collar crime." In Sally S. Simpson and David Weisburd (eds.), The Criminology of White-Collar Crime. New York: Springer, 35-60.
  • Cullen, F.T., Benson, M.L., Makarios, M.D. "Developmental and life-course theories of offending." In Brandon C. Welsh and David P. Farrington (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Crime Prevention. New York: Oxford University Press. In press.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Jonson, C.L. "Labeling theory and correctional rehabilitation: Beyond unanticipated consequences." In David P. Farrington and Joseph Murray (eds.), Empirical Tests of Labeling Theory: Advances in Criminological Theory, Volume 17. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. In press.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Jonson, C.L. "Rehabilitation and treatment." In James Q. Wilson and Joan Petersilia (eds.), Crime: Public Policies for Crime Control. Third Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.In press.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Smith, P. "Treatment and rehabilitation." In Michael Tonry (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Crime and Criminology. New York: Oxford University Press. In press.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2010. "Cloward, Richard A.: The theory of illegitimate means." In Francis T. Cullen and Pamela Wilcox (eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 167-170.
  • Cullen, F.T. 2010. "Cloward, Richard A. and Lloyd E. Ohlin: Delinquency and opportunity." In Francit T. Cullen and Pamela Wilcox (eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 170-174.
  • Jonson, C.L. & Cullen, F.T. 2010. "Multisystematic therapy." In Bonnie S. Fisher and Steven P. Lab (eds.), Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 571-574.
  • Cullen, F.T., Unnever, J.D., Blevins, K.R., Pealer, J.A., Santana, S.A., Fisher, B.S., & Applegate, B.K. 2009. "The myth of public support for capital punishment." In Jane Wood and Theresa Gannaon (eds.), Public Attitudes Toward Crime, Victims, and Offenders: Myths and Realities. Devon, UK: Willan Publishing, 73-95.
  • Cullen, F.T., Daigle, L.E., & Chapple, C.L. 2006. "El desarrollo de la crimnologia del curso vital en Estados Unidos: Tres teorias centrales." ["Development in Life-Course Criminology in the United States: Three Core Theories."] In Jose Louis Guzman Dalbora and Alfonso Serrano Maillo (eds.), Derecho Penal Y Criminologia Como Fundamento del la Politica Criminal: Estudios en Homenaje al Professor Alfonso Serrano Gomez. Madrid, Spain: Dykinson, 203-226.
  • Nagin, D.S., Cullen, F.T., & Jonson, C.L. 2009. "Imprisonment and reoffending." In Michael Tonry (ed.), Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, Volume 38. Chicago: UIniversity of Chicago PRess, 115-200.
  • Unnever, J.D. & Cullen, F.T. 2009. "Public opinion and the death penalty." In Magrit E. Oswald, Steffen Bieneck & Jorg Hupfeld (eds.), Social Psychology of Punishment of Crime. Chichester, UK: John Wiley and Sons, 113-133.
  • Cullen, F.T. Unnever, J.D., Wright, J.P., Beaver, K.M. 2008. "Parenting and self-control." In Erich Goode (ed.), Out of Control: Assessing the General Theory of Crime. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 61-74.
  • Unnever, J.D., Cullen, F.T., & Jonson, C.L. 2008. "Race, racism and support for capital punishment." In Michael Tonry (ed.), Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, Volume 37. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 45-96.
  • Cullen, F.T., Santana, S. 2002. "Rehabilitation." In Joshua Dressler (ed.), Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, Volume 3. Second Edition. New York: Macmillian Reference USA, 1314-1327.
  • Cullen, F.T., Sundt, J.L., & Levrant, S. 2000. "Correctional Rehabilitation." In Clifton D. Bryant, with Peter Adler, Patti Adler, and Jay Corzine (eds.), Encylcopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior: Volume 1 - Historical, Conceptual and Theoretical Issues. Philadelphia: Brunner-Routledge, 315-320.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Sundt, J.L. 1999. "Imprisonment in the United States." In Joseph F. Sheley (ed.), Criminology: A Contemporary Handbook. Third Edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 473-515.
  • Wooldredge, J.D., Cullen, F.T., & Latessa, E.J. 1995. "Individual demographics versus routine activities: Predicting the likelihood of faculty victimization." In Bonnie S. fisher and John H. Sloan III (eds.), Campus Crime: Legal, Social, and Policy Perspectives. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 103-122.
  • Benson, M.L., Cullen, F.T., & Maakestad, W.J. 1993. "Public perceptions of corporate crime." In Michael B. Blankenship (ed.), Understanding Corporate Illegal Behavior. New York: Garland Publishing Company, 85-114.
  • Benson, M.L., Cullen, F.T., Maakestad, W.J. 1992. "Community context and the prosecution of corporate crime." In Kip Schlegel and David Weisburd (eds.), White-Collar Crime Reconsidered. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 269-286.
  • Benson, M.L., Cullen, F.T., Maakestad, W.J. 1992. "Community context and the prosecution of corporate crime." In Kip Schlegel and David Weisburd (eds.), White-Collar Crime Reconsidered. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 269-286.
  • Link, B.G., Cullen, F.T., Mirotznik, J., & Struening, E. 1992. "Consequences of stigma for persons with mental illness: Evidence from the social sciences." In Paul Jay Fink and Allan Tasman (eds.), Stigma and Mental Illness. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, 87-96.
  • Cullen, F.T., Bynum, T.S., Garrett, K.M., & Greene, J.R. (1985). "Legislative ideology and criminal justice policy: Implications from Illinois." In Erica Fairchild and Vincent J. Webb (eds.), The Politics of Crime and Criminal Justice. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 57-76.
  • Link, B.G. & Cullen, F.T. (1990). "The labeling theory of mental disorder: A review of the evidence." In James R. Greenley (ed.), Mental Disorder in Social Context. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 75-105.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Gendreau, P. (1989). "The effectiveness of correctional rehabilitation: Reconsidering the 'nothing works' debate." In Lynne Goodstein and Doris MacKenzie (eds.), American Prisons: Issues in Research and Policy. New York: Plenum Publishing Company, 23-44.
  • Dean-Myrda, M.C. & Cullen, F.T. (1985). The panacea pendulum: An account of community as a response to crime. In Lawrence F. Travis III (ed.), Issues in Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, 9-29.
  • Cullen, F.T., Maakestad, W.J., & Cavender, G. (1984). "The Ford Pinto case and beyond: Corporate crime, moral boundaries, and the criminal sanction." In Ellen Hochstedler (ed.), Corporations as Criminals. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 107-130.
  • Cullen, F.T., &Smith, P. (2011).Treatment and Rehabiliation. In M.Tonry (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of crime and criminal justice (pp. 156-178). New York: Oxford Press.

Other Publications

  • Karjane, H.M., Fisher, B.S., and Cullen, F.T. 2005. "Sexual assault on campus: What colleges and universities are doing about it.", Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice and Bureau of Justice Statistics.
  • Gendreau, P., Goggin, C., and Cullen, F.T. 1999. "The effects of prison sentences on recidivism.", Prepared for the Solicitor General Canada. Ottawa, Ontario: Public Works and Government Services C.
  • Fisher, B.S., Cullen, F.T., and Turner, M.G. 2000. "The sexual victimization of college women.", Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice and Bureau of Justice Statistics.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Fisher, B. 2001. "The sexual victimization of college women: findings from two national level studies.", Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice and Bureau of Justice Statistics.
  • Cullen, F.T., and Cullen, J.B. 1978. "Toward a Paradigm of Labeling Theory." Monograph Number 58, University of Nebraska Studies: Lincoln: University of Nebraska.
  • Benson, M.L., Cullen, F.T., and Maakestad, W.J. 1993. "Local prosecutors and corporate crime. National Institute of Justice Research in Brief.", Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice.
  • Cullen, F.T. "Toward a criminology if religion: Comment on  Johnson and Jang's 'crime and religion.' In progress.

In Press

  • Daigle, L.E., Fisher, B.S., and Cullen, F.T. "The extent and nature of repeat victimization against college women: Results from two national-level studies." Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  • Cullen, F.T., Hartman, J.L., and Lero Jonson, C. Crime, Law, and Social Change.

Introductions

  • Cullens, F.T. (2010). "Foreword" to Hugh Barlow and Scott H. Decker (eds.), Criminology and Public Policy: Putting Theory to Work. Second edition. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, vii-ix.
  • Cullen, F.T. (2008). "Forward" to Anthony Walsh and Kevin M. Beaver (eds.), Biosocial Criminology: New Directions in Theory and Research.
  • Cullen, F.T. (2010). "Foreword" to Robert Regoli, John Hewitt, and MAtt DeLisis, Delinquency in Society. Eighth edition. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
  • Cullen, F.T. (2004). "Foreword" to Liqun Cao, Major Criminological Theory: Concepts and Measurement. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company, xi-xii.
  • Cullen, F.T. (2002). "Foreword" to John P. Crank, Imagining Justice: Exploring the Boundaries of Justice Education. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Company, vii-xiii.
  • Cullen, F.T. & Van Voorhis, P. (2002). "Foreword" to Ted Palmer, Individualized Intervention with Young Multiple Offenders. New York: Routledge, xi-xiii.
  • Cullen, F.T. (1996). "Foreword" to Rober Regoli and John Hewitt, Criminal Justice. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, xxvii-xxix.

Newspaper Article

  • Cullen, F.T. 1989. "Better answers than prisons?" Cincinnati Enquirer (June 2), A-14.
  • Cullen, F.T. 1989. "Better answers than prisons?" Cincinnati Enquirer (June 2), A-14.

Review

  • Cullen, F.T. (2004). Review of Criminal Circumstance: A Dynamic Multicontextual Criminal Opportunity Theory by Pamela Wilcox, Kenneth C. Land, and Scott A Hunt. Contemporary Sociology, 33(3), 359-361.
  • Cullen, F.T. (1996). Review of Russian Youth: Law, Deviance, and the Pursuit of Freedom by James O. Finckenauer. Social Pathology, 2(Fall), 271-276.
  • Cullen, F.T. (1995). Assessing the penal harm movement. [A review essay of Todd R. Clear, Harm in American Penology; Jonathan Simon, Poor Disciplne; and Michael Tonry, Malign Neglect.] Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 32(August), 335-358.
  • Cullen, F.T. (1994). Review of Preseciption for Profit: How Doctors Defraud Medicaid by Paul Jesilow, Henry N. Pontell, and Gilbert Geis. Contemporary Sociology, 23(May), 417-419.
  • Cullen, F.T. (1992). Review of No Escape: The Future of Corrections by John J. DiIulio, Jr. Contemporary Sociology, 21(April), 505-506.
  • Cullen, F.T. (1985). Review of Private Justice by Stuart Henry. Social Forces, 64(December), 519-520.

Work in Progress

  • Wilcox, P., and Cullen, F.T. Communities and Crime: An Enduring American Challenge. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press (contract offered).
  • Cullen, F.T., Gendreau, P., and Smith, P. Making Corrections Work: Effective Offender Rehabilitation.
  • Cullen, F.T. Social Support, Crime, and America: Building a New Criminology. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Presentations & Lectures

Invited Presentations

  • Buckler, K.G.; Cullen, F.T.; Unnever, J.D. (03-2008). Citizen assessment of local criminal courts: Does fairness matter? Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Cullen, F.T. (03-2008). Cullen’s top ten tips on how to get published Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Hartman, J.L.; Turner, M.G.; Exum, M.L.; Daigle, L.E.; Cullen, F.T. (03-2008). Exploring the gender differences in protective factors: Implications for understanding resilience Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Cullen, F.T. (11-2007). Reaffirm rehabilitation as corrections’ guiding principle American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cullen, F.T. (11-2007). Author meets critics: Comment on What Works in Corrections by Doris Layton MacKenzie American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cullen, F.T.; Hartman, J.L.; Jonson, C.L. (11-2007). Betrayers of trust: Public support for punishing white-collar “crooks” American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Daigle, L.E.; Fisher, B.S.; Cullen, F.T. (11-2007). Repeat and multiple sexual assault victims: The role of lifestyle-routine activities and incident characteristics American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Listwan, S.J.; Jonson, C.L.; Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J. (11-2007). ”Cracks” in the penal harm movement American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Unnever, J.D.; Cullen, F.T.; Mathers, S.; McClure, T.E.; Allison, M. (11-2007). Racial discrimination and delinquent involvement: Revisiting Hirschi’s criminological classic American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Petrosino, A., Smith, P., & Cullen, F. T. (03-2005). How policy by anecdote can keep us running in circles: The case of the Massachusetts Sexually Dangerous Offender Act Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL.
  • Blevins, K. R., & Cullen, F. T. (2005). The correctional orientation of child savers: The level, sources, and impact of support for juvenile correctional workers Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences., Chicago, IL.
  • Unnever, J. D., Cullen, F. T., & Applegate, B. K. (03-2004). Turning the other cheek: Moving beyond fundamentalism in explaining punitive ideology Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Cullen, F. T. (2004). The twelve people who saved rehabilitation: How the science of criminology made a difference Presidential Address given at the meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN.
  • Cullen, F. T., Unnever, J. D., Daigle, L. E., Fisher, B. S., Wilcox, P. (03-2003). Gender, self-control, and bullying: Revisiting Gottfredson and HirschiÆs generality thesis Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA..
  • Davis, R. K., Applegate, B. K., and Cullen, F. T. (03-2003). Public views of juvenile exclusion: A factorial survey approach Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA.
  • Blevins, K. R., Cullen, F. T., and Agnew, R. (11-2002). A general strain theory of prison violence and misconduct: An integrated model of inmate behavior American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL..
  • Cullen, F. T. (11-2002). It's a wonderful life: Reflections on a career in progress American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL.
  • Cullen, F. T., Pealer, J., Fisher, B. S., Applegate, B. K., and Santana, S. A. (11-2002). Public support for faith-based correctional programs: Should sacred places serve civic purposes American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL.
  • Cullen, F. T., Pealer, J. A., Fisher, B. S., Applegate, B. K., and Santana, S. A. (11-2002). Public support for correctional rehabilitation in America: Change or consistency? American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL.
  • Sundt, J. L. and Cullen, F. T. (11-2002). Prison chaplainsÆ affective responses to work American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL..
  • Unnever, J. D., Colvin, M., and Cullen, F. T. (11-2002). Crime and coercion: A test of core theoretical propositions American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL..
  • Cullen, F.T., Pealer, J, Fisher, B.S., Applegate, B.K., and Santana, S.A. (11-2002). Public support correctional rehabilitation: Change or consistency? American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL.
  • Cullen, Francis (11-2001). Comments on coercion and crime: Special Author Meets Critics Session American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA..
  • Cullen, Francis (11-2001). Investigating the contextual effects of campus victimization: Results of a national sample American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cullen, Francis (11-2001). Assessing the relative strength of macro-level predictors of crime: A meta-analysis American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cullen, Francis (11-2001). Do parents matter? Testing Harris American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cullen, F.T. (03-25-2002). Reaffirming Rehabilitation: Correctional Policy in the 21st Century Rutgers University, School of Criminal Justice.
  • Cullen, F.T. (09-1999). Public Support for 'What Works' in Corrections Internationl Community Corrections Association, Keynote Address.
  • Cullen, F.T. (05-02-1997). Criminology and the Control of Juvenile Crime The Governor's Juvenile Crime Summit, Columbus, OH .
  • Cullen, F.T. (04-1997). The Utility of Rehabilitation: Avoiding the Marginalization of Criminology University of Indiana-Indianapolis, School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
  • Cullen, F.T. (03-1997). Fads and Fashions in Community Programs California Department of Corrections, Parole and Community Services Division, Parole Classification Model Planning Session.
  • Cullen, F.T. (02-1997). Wayward Athletes: A National Study of NCAA Rule Violations University of South Florida, Department of Criminology.
  • Cullen, F.T. (04-1996). Reaffirming Rehabilitation: Confronting Crime in the Twenty-First Century University of Georgia, Criminal Justice Studies Program.
  • Cullen, F.T. (10-1995). Keynote Address: Consumer Criminology Conference on "Criminal Justice Education," sponsored by John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
  • Cullen, F.T. (11-1993). Control Community: The Limits of Reform? Conference on "What Works in Community Corrections," sponsored by the International Association of Residential and Community Alternatives.
  • Cullen, F.T. (04-1991). Reaffirming Rehabilitation: The Poverty of the Punishment Paradigm Texas Christian University, Department of Sociology/Criminal Justice Program.
  • Cullen, F.T. (06-1990). Update on Research on Rehabilition Conference Reaffirming Rehabilitation II: Beyond the "Nothing Works" Myth, Sponsored by the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives.
  • Cullen, F.T. (04-1990). Corporate Violence; and Reckless Homicide: The Ford Pinto Case and Beyond Memphis State University, Department of Criminal Justice.
  • Cullen, F.T. (03-1989). Organizational Deviance: What the Study of Corporate Misconduct Reveals about the Ethical Corporation Harvard University, Graduate School of Business Administration .
  • Cullen, F.T. (05-1988). Reaffirming Rehabilitation: From Despair to Optimism Ohio Penal Education Consortium, General Conference, Keynote Address.
  • Cullen, F.T. (04-1988). Reckless Homicide? The Ford Pinto Case and Beyond Bowling Green State University, Department of Sociology.
  • Cullen, F.T. (06-1986). The Research on Rehabilitation: Does It Really Say Nothing Works? Conference on Reaffirming Rehabilitation, Sponsored by the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives.
  • Cullen, F.T. (05-1986). Myths and Realitites about Rehabilitation International Differential Treatment Association, Introductory Address.
  • Cullen, F.T. (04-1985). Myths and Realities about Corporate Crime East Tennessee State University, Criminal Justice Honors Day.
  • Cullen, F.T. (03-1985). The Myth of Corporate Immunity Deterrence Arizona State University, Center for the Study of Justice Colloquium.
  • Cullen, F.T. (03-1985). Does Rehabilitation Work? The Origins and Meaning of a Troubling Question University of Ottawa, Department of Psychology Colloquium.
  • Cullen, F.T. (03-1985). Crisis in American Corrections: Problems and Prospects Ministry of Correctional Service , Canada.
  • Cullen, F.T. (04-1985). Does Rehabilitation Work? The Origins and Meaning of a Troubling Question University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Criminal Justice Program.
  • Cullen, F.T. (03-1984). Treating Offenders Humanely: The Poverty of Punitive Justice Eastern Kentucky University, Humanities Forum.
  • Cullen, F.T. (10-1984). Liberal But Not Stupid: Realism and Criminal Justice Policy Wisconsin Criminal Justice Association, Keynote Address.

Paper Presentations

  • Listwan, S.J.; Jonson, C.L.; Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J. (11-16-2007). "Cracks" in the Penal Harm Movement, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cullen, F.T.; Hartman, J.L.; Jonson, C.L. (11-15-2007). Betrayers of Trust: Public Support for Punishing White-Collar "Crooks", Atlanta, GA.
  • Lowenkamp, C.; Cullen, F.T.; Smith, P.; Vose, B. (11-16-2007). Evidenced Based Decision Making in Iowa: Making Empirically Informed Placements and Supervision Decisions Using the LSI-R and Jesness Inventroy, Atlanta, GA.
  • Unnever, J.D.; Cullen, F.T.; Mathers, S.; McClure, T.E.; Allison, M. (11-16-2007). Racial Discrimination and Delinquent Involvement: Revisiting Hirschi's Criminological Classic, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cullen, F.T. (11-14-2007). Reaffirm Rehabilitation as Corrections' Guiding Principle, Atlanta, GA.
  • Daigle, L.E.; Fisher, B.S.; Cullen, F.T. (11-15-2007). Repeat and Multiple Sexual Assault Victims: The Role of Lifestyle-Routine Activities and Incident Characteristics, Atlanta, GA.
  • Bounds, C.W.; Unnever, J.D.; Cullen, F.T. (11-14-2007). Testing the Generality of Informal Social Control Theory: Desistance from Substance Abuse over the Life Course among Urban African Americans, Atlanta, GA.
  • Johnson, C.L.; Cullen, F.T.; Smith, P.; Lux, J. (11-05-2009). The effectiveness of multisystemic therapy, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Unnever, J.D.; Cochran, J.; Cullen, F.T.; Applegate, B.K. (11-05-2009). The pragmatic American: Attributions of crime and the hydraulic relation hypothesis, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Buckler, K., Unnever, J. D., & Cullen, F. T. (11-2005). Perceptions of injustice revisited: A test of Hagan et al.'s comparative conflict theory, Toronto.
  • Vose, B.; Johnson, C.L.; Smith, P.; Lowenkamp, C.T.; Cullen F.T. (11-04-2009). Race and the predictive validity of the Level of Service Inventory-Revised (LSI-R), Philadelphia, PA.
  • Cullen, F. T., Latessa, E. J., & Myer, A. J. (11-2005). Eight lessons learned from Moneyball: The high costs of ignoring evidence-based correctional practices, Toronto.
  • Cullen, F.T. (11-06-2009). Rehabilitation, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Unnever, J. D., & Cullen, F. T. (11-2005). The impact of white racism on support for capital punishment, Toronto.
  • Wozniak, J. F., & Cullen, F. T. (11-2005). Teaching peacemaking criminology: Alternative visions of crime and justice, Toronto, Ontario.
  • Lux, J.L., Johnson, C.L., & Cullen, F.T. (11-2011). Assessing the effectiveness of Multisystemic therapy: A meta-analysis., Washington, DC.
  • Daigle, L. E., Cullen, F. T., & Fisher, B. S. (2004). Repeat adult sexual victimization: Random occurrences or predictable vulnerability?, Nashville, TN.
  • Unnever, J.L., & Cullen, F.T. (11-2011). White perceptions of whether Blacks and Hispanics are prone to violence and the death penalty. , Washington, DC.
  • Pratt, T. C., Cullen, F. T., Blevins, K. R., Daigle, L. E., & Madensen, T. D. (2004). The empirical status of deterrence theory: A meta-analysis, Nashville, TN.
  • Vaske, J., Jonson, C.L., Cullen, F.T., &Agnew, R. (11-2011). The immediate and cumulative effects of strain through early childhood and adolescence. , Washington, DC.
  • Unnever, J. D., & Cullen, F. T. (2004). Reassessing the racial divide in support for capital punishment, Nashville, TN.
  • Jonson, C.L., Blevins, K.R., Listwan, S.J., & Cullen, F.T. (11-2011). Attitudes among inmates: Predictors of inmate-correctional officer relationships. , Washington, DC.
  • Vander Ven, T., Cullen, F. T., & Turner, M. G. (11-2003). Adolescent mothers, family processes, and delinquency, Denver, CO.
  • Fisher, B. S., Diagle, L. E., Santana, S. A., & Cullen, F. T. (11-2003). Examination of situational characteristics, resistance strategies, and sexual assault outcomes: Results from a national-level study, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Cullen, F. T. (11-2003). Remembering Robert K. Merton, Denver, CO.
  • Cullen, F. T., Blevins, K. R., Trager, J. S., & Gendreau, P (11-2003). The rise and fall of boot camps: A case study in common-sense corrections, Denver, CO.
  • Pealer, J. A., Cullen, F. T., Blevins, K. R., Fisher, B. S., Applegate, B. K., and Santana, S. A. (03-2003). Public uncertainty about the death penalty: Do Americans really support capital punishment, Boston, MA.

Honors & Awards

  • Fellow of the Graduate School, University of Cincinnati, 2007.
  • President, American Society of Criminology, 2003 to 2004.
  • Founder's Award, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2002.
  • Outstanding Scholarship Award, Crime and Delinquency Division, Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2000.
  • ACJS Outstanding Paper, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1999.
  • Fellow Award, American Society of Criminology, 1997.
  • Bruce Smith Sr. Award, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1996.
  • President, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1993 to 1994.
  • Distinguished Research Professor, University of Cincinnati, 1993.
  • Best Publication 1992-1993, Sociology of Mental Health Section, American Sociological Association, 1992 to 1993.
  • Outstanding Educator, Ohio Council of Criminal Justice Educators, 1990 to 1991.
  • Academy Fellow Award, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1989.
  • ACJS Outstanding Paper, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2009.
  • Golden Apple Award for Oustanding Teacher, Graduate Program, Division of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati, 2009.
  • Golden Apple Award for Oustanding Teacher, Graduate Program, Division of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati, 2010.
  • Edwin H. Sutherland Award, American Society of Criminology , 2010.

Experience & Service

Work Experience

  • 05-1993 to To Present, Distinguished Research Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • 09-1987 to 05-1993, Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • 09-1982 to 08-1987, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • 09-1976 to 08-1982, Assistant to Associate Professor of Sociology, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL.

Service

  • Member, American Society of Criminology Fellows Committee, 2010 to 2011
  • Member, The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement International Scienctific Advisory Board, 2010 to To Present
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Young Scholar's Award Committee, 2008 to 2009
  • Member, Sentencing Reform Group 2004 to 2005
  • Member, Bruce Smith, Sr. Award Committee Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2004 to 2005
  • Member, Spanish Society of Criminological Research Observatie (Advisory Commitee) of the University of Criminology Degree, 2003 to To Present
  • President, American Society of Criminology 2003 to 2004
  • President-Elect, American Society of Criminology 2002 to 2003
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Hindelang Book Award Committee, 2001 to 2002
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Program Committee, 2001 to 2002
  • Member, Editorial Search Committee National Institute of Justice , 1999 to 2000
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Program Committee, 2000 to 2001
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Fellows Committee, 1999 to 2000
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Editorial Board Committee, 1998 to 1999
  • Vice-Chair, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and American Society of Criminology Advisory Committee, Oral History Project, 1996 to 1998
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Graduate Program Information Committee, 11-1997 to 11-1998
  • Member, American Society of Criminal Justice Sciences Faculty Development Program Committee, 1994 to 1995
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Interorganizational Relations Committee, 11-1994 to 11-1997
  • Other, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 03-1994 to 03-1995
  • Member, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Strategic Planning Committee, 1993 to 1995
  • Member, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Strategic Planning Committee, 1993 to 1995
  • President, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 03-1993 to 03-1994
  • Vice President, Academ of Criminal Justice Sciences 03-1992 to 03-1993
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Program Committee, 11-1991 to 11-1992
  • Vice President, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 03-1991 to 03-1992
  • Committee Chair, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Editor's Selection Committee, 03-1991 to 03-1992
  • Committee Chair, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Budget and Finance Committee, 03-1991 to 03-1992
  • Member, American Society of Criminology Constitution and By-Laws Committee, 06-1991 to 06-1992
  • Member, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Publications and Committee, 03-1989 to 03-1990
  • Committee Chair, Society for the Study of Social Problems Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Division, 08-1987 to 08-1989
  • Member, American Sociological Association Publications Committee, Crime, Law, and Deviance Section, 08-1988 to 08-1989
  • Member, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Program Committee, 03-1986 to 03-1987
  • Member, Society for the Study of Social Problems Awards Committee for Outstanding Scholarship, Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Division, 1987
  • Director, American Sociological Association Criminology sections for annual meeting, 1984

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

  • 1987 to 1989 ,Editor, . Justice Quarterly - The Official Journal of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
  • 1984 to 1986 ,Editor, . Journal of Crime and Justice - The Official Journal of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association
  • 2002 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Advances in Criminological Theory
  • 2005 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology
  • 2002 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Crime and Delinquency
  • 2006 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Criminology and Public Policy
  • 2010 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Journal of Criminal Justice
  • 1999 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency
  • 2008 to 2009 ,Member of Editorial Board, . Oxford Handbooks of Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • 2008 to 2009 ,Member of Editorial Board, . Oxford Handbooks of Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • 2009 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Sage Handbook of Criminological Research Methods
  • 2009 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Sage Handbook of Criminological Research Methods
  • 1993 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . The Prison Journal
  • 1995 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Theoretical Criminology
  • 2007 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Turkish Journal of Criminology
  • 2002 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice
  • 2005 to To Present ,Member of Editorial Board, . Victims and Offenders
  • 1990 to 1996 ,Member of Editorial Board, . American Journal of Criminal Justice
  • 2007 to 2009 ,Member of Editorial Board, . American Journal of Criminal Justice
  • 2002, Member of Editorial Board, . Canadian Journal of Criminology
  • 1997 to 2003 ,Member of Editorial Board, . Criminology
  • 1991 to 1993 ,Member of Editorial Board, . Free Inquiry
  • 1996 to 2003 ,Member of Editorial Board, . Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology
  • 1984, Member of Editorial Board, . Justice Quarterly
  • 1984 to 1992 ,Member of Editorial Board, . Social Justice
  • 1994 to 2001 ,Member of Editorial Board, . Social Pathology
  • 1984 to 1986 ,Member of Editorial Board, . Social Science Journal
  • 1990 to 2007 ,Consulting Editor, . Anderson Publishing Company (Area: corrections)
  • 2008 to To Present ,Consulting Ediotr, . Oxford University Press