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CURRICULUM VITA Stephen K. Rice Assistant Professor Criminal Justice Department Seattle University 901 12th Avenue P.O. Box 222000 Seattle, WA 98122-1090 Phone 206-296-2338 Email: [email protected] Education University of Florida. Ph.D. 2006. Sociology (concentration: criminology). Dissertation title: "General Strain amid Restoration: An Examination of Instrumental and Expressive Offenses" (defended August, 2006) (Alex R. Piquero, Ph.D., Chair). University of Florida. M.A. December 2003. Sociology (concentration: criminology). Florida State University. M.S. December 1994. Instructional Systems Design (concentration: curriculum management, design & development). Florida State University. M.S. May 1993. Criminology & Criminal Justice. University of Florida. B.A. May 1989. Major - English, minor area - Sociology. Academic Positions 2008-Present 2006-2008 Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University Department of Law and Police Science, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (City University of New York) Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Seton Hall University

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Books Stephen K. Rice and Michael D. White (Eds.) (2010). Race, Ethnicity and Policing: New and Essential Readings. New York: New York University Press. Peer Reviewed Articles and Chapters * Denotes graduate student Randall Horton, Stephen K. Rice, Nicole L. Piquero, and Alex R. Piquero (forthcoming). "On the Variability of Anger Cross-Culturally: An Assessment of General Strain Theorys Primary Mediator." Deviant Behavior.

2 Jeffrey A. Bouffard and Stephen K. Rice (forthcoming). "The Influence of the Social Bond on Self-Control at the Moment of Decision: Testing Hirschis Redefinition of SelfControl." American Journal of Criminal Justice. Stephen K. Rice, Matthew J. Hickman, and Patrick Reynolds (forthcoming). "A Preliminary Assessment of Small World Scholarship Networks in Criminology and Criminal Justice." Journal of Criminal Justice Education. Matthew J. Hickman and Stephen K. Rice (2010). "Digital Analysis of Crime Statistics: Does Crime Conform to Benfords Law?" Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26: 333349. Stephen K. Rice and William Parkin* (2010). "New Avenues for Profiling Research: The Question of Muslim Americans." In S. K. Rice and M. D. White (eds), Race, Ethnicity and Policing (New York: New York University Press). Stephen K. Rice (2010). Editorial introductions: "Note from the Editors," "The Issues," and "The Future." In S. K. Rice and M. D. White (eds), Race, Ethnicity and Policing (New York: New York University Press). Stephen K. Rice (2009). "Emotions and Terrorism Research: A Case for a SocialPsychological Agenda." Journal of Criminal Justice 37: 248-255. Stephen K. Rice, Danielle Dirks*, and Julie J. Exline (2009). "Of Guilt, Defiance, and Repentance: Evidence from the Texas Death Chamber." Justice Quarterly 26: 295-326. Highlighted at New York Times "Freakonomics" website (Professor Ian Ayres), March 11, 2010. Stephen K. Rice (2009). "Strain Theory." In H. T. Greene & S. L. Gabbidon (eds.), Encyclopedia of Race and Crime. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Nicole Leeper Piquero, Stephen K. Rice, and Alex R. Piquero (2008). "Power, Profit and Pluralism: New Avenues for Research on Restorative Justice and White-Collar Crime." In H. V. Miller (ed.), Sociology of Crime, Law, and Deviance (vol 11, pp. 209-229). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Stephen K. Rice (2008). "Legal Determinacy as Presumptive Fiction: The Blackmun Papers on the Primacy of Life and Machinery of Death." International Social Science Review 83: 60-70. Stephen K. Rice, Karen J. Terry, Holly Ventura Miller, and Alissa Ackerman* (2007). "Research Trajectories of Female Scholars in Criminology and Criminal Justice." Journal of Criminal Justice Education 18: 360-384.

3 Karen F. Parker, Brian J. Stults and Stephen K. Rice (2005). "Racial Threat, Concentrated Disadvantage and Social Control: Considering the Macro-Level Sources of Variation in Arrests." Criminology 43: 1111-1134. Stephen K. Rice, John D. Reitzel and Alex R. Piquero (2005). "Shades of Brown: Perceptions of Racial Profiling and the Intra-Ethnic Differential." Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 3: 47-70. Stephen K. Rice, Ellen G. Cohn and David P. Farrington (2005). "Where Are They Now? Career Trajectories of Publication ,,Stars from American Criminology and Criminal Justice Programs." Journal of Criminal Justice Education 16: 244-264. Stephen K. Rice and Alex R. Piquero (2005). "Perceptions of Discrimination and Justice in New York City." Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 28: 98-117. Danielle Dirks and Stephen K. Rice (2004). "Dining While Black: Racial Rituals and the Black American Restaurant Experience." In R. Coates (ed.), Race and Ethnicity: Across Time, Space and Discipline (Studies in Critical Social Sciences) (Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill). Danielle Dirks and Stephen K. Rice (2004). "Dining While Black: Tipping as Social Artifact," Cornell HRA Quarterly 45: issue 1 (Sage Publications). Referenced at New York Times "Freakonomics" website (Steven D. Levitt, Ph.D., Stephen J. Dubner), September 26, 2007. John D. Reitzel, Stephen K. Rice and Alex R. Piquero (2004). "Lines and Shadows: Perceptions of Racial Profiling and the Hispanic Experience." Journal of Criminal Justice 32: 607-616. Stephen K. Rice, Karen Rice, and Lane Lovell (1996). "Enriched Environments, Cortical Plasticity, and Implications for the Systematic Design of Instruction." Educational Technology (Educational Technology Publications), March. Book Reviews & Other Scholarship Stephen K. Rice (2006). Review of Why Do Criminals Offend?: A General Theory of Crime and Delinquency (by Robert Agnew). Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 39: 278-283. Stephen K. Rice (2003). Review of Violent Acts and Violentization (Lonnie Athens and Jeff Ulmer, eds.), Journal of Criminal Justice 32: 495-498. Stephen K. Rice (2003) "All the Rage: The Inexplicable Inverted J," ACJS Today (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences).

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Stephen K. Rice (2002). "Pax Soziologie." Footnotes (American Sociological Association). November. Stephen K. Rice (1993). Review of Understanding Everyday Racism (Philomena Essed). Sociological Inquiry 63: 493-495 (University of Texas Press). Papers Under Review Stephen K. Rice. "Darkness to Light: Procedural Injustice as Crisis for Death Penalty Legitimacy" (revise/resubmit). Grants and Contracts Principal Investigator (2008). "Integrating Education, Research and Professional Development Efforts to Train the Next Generation of Homeland Security Experts and Scholars," United States Department of Homeland Security ($291,835) (Joshua D. Freilich, Co-PI). Principal Investigator (2007-2008). "Of Remorse, Defiance and the Desire for Redemption: Evidence from the Texas Death Chamber." (City University of New York (CUNY) Research Award ($4,650)). Papers in Progress Stephen K. Rice and Robert S. Agnew. "Social Psychological Correlates of Terrorism and Radicalization." Under contract with J. Helfgott, ed., Criminal Psychology (Praeger). Stephen K. Rice and Matthew J. Hickman. "A Digital Audit of NYPD Stop, Question and Frisk Data Utilizing Benfords Law." Stephen K. Rice. "General Strain amid Restoration: An Examination of Instrumental and Expressive Offenses." Stephen K. Rice, Julie J. Exline, and Danielle Dirks*. "Faithful Departed: Assessing Desires for Atonement in Death Chamber Narratives." Stephen K. Rice and Phillip Kopp*. "Defiance and Desires for Forgiveness amongst Capital Rapists." Invited Presentations Stephen K. Rice. Keynote address: "What is Justice? How do we work toward Justice to make a more Just and Humane World?" New Student Academic Convocation, Seattle University (September, 2010).

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Stephen K. Rice. "Of Guilt, Defiance, and Repentance: Evidence from the Texas Death Chamber." The Deviance Seminar of the University of Washington (March, 2009). Stephen K. Rice. "Emotions and Terrorism Research: A Case for a Social-Psychological Agenda." The Psychology of Genocide and Terrorism seminar (Dr. Randall Horton), Department of Psychology, Seattle University (May, 2009). Papers Presented at Professional Meetings Stephen K. Rice and Phillip Kopp (2010). "Defiance and Desires for Forgiveness among Capital Rapists." Presented at the American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, San Francisco. Matthew J. Hickman and Stephen K. Rice (2010). "Digital Analysis of Crime Statistics: Does Crime Conform to Benfords Law?" Presented at the American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, San Francisco. Matthew J. Hickman, A. Daktari Alexander, Elaine Gunnison, Jacqueline Helfgott, Stephen K. Rice (2010). "Understanding the Journey to Crime in the Pike-Pine-Belltown Corridor of Seattle, WA: A Preliminary Analysis." Presented at the Western Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Honolulu. Stephen K. Rice, Randall Horton, Nicole Piquero, and Alex Piquero (2009). "On the Variability of Affect (Anger) Cross-Culturally." Presented at the American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Philadelphia. Stephen K. Rice, Julie J. Exline, and Danielle Dirks (2008). "Faithful Departed: Assessing Desires for Atonement in Death Chamber Narratives." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, St. Louis. Danielle Dirks and Stephen K. Rice (2008). "Homicide Survivorship, "Closure" and the Impacts of the Death Penalty in Texas." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, St. Louis. Stephen K. Rice (2007). "Emotions and Terrorism Research: A Case for a SocialPsychological Ethos." 2nd Istanbul Conference on Democracy and Global Security." Istanbul, Turkey. Jeff A. Bouffard, Stephen K. Rice, and Alex R. Piquero (2007). "Social Control Revisited: Examining Hirschis Re-Statement of the Relationship between Social- and Self-Control." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Atlanta. Stephen K. Rice (2006). "General Strain amid Restoration: An Examination of Instrumental and Expressive Offenses." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Los Angeles.

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John Reitzel and Stephen K. Rice (2006). "Contextualized Traffic Stops: Examining the Social and Spatial Determinants of Police-Citizen Encounters." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Los Angeles. Stephen K. Rice, Ellen G. Cohn and David P. Farrington (2005). "Where Are They Now? Career Trajectories of Publication ,,Stars from American Criminology and Criminal Justice Programs." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting. Toronto. Stephen K. Rice and Danielle Dirks (2004). "Manifestations of Victim Restoration in the Texas Death Chamber." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting. Nashville, TN. Karen F. Parker, Brian J. Stults and Stephen K. Rice (2004). "Racial Threat, Concentrated Disadvantage and Social Control: Considering the Macro-Level Sources of Variation in Arrests." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting. Nashville, TN. Stephen K. Rice and Danielle Dirks (2004). "Manifestations of Restoration in the Texas Death Chamber: A Research Note." Law and Society Association (LSA) Meeting. Chicago, IL. Stephen K. Rice, John D. Reitzel, and Alex R. Piquero (2004). "Shades of Brown: Perceptions of Racial Profiling and the Intra-Ethnic Differential." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. Stephen K. Rice (2003). "Street Side Justice: Perceived Police Legitimacy, Emotions, and the Collective." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting. Denver, CO. John D. Reitzel, Stephen K. Rice and Alex R. Piquero (2003). "Lines and Shadows: Perceptions of Racial Profiling and the Hispanic Experience." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting. Denver, CO. Danielle Dirks, Stephen K. Rice, and Liv Newman (2003). "Front and Back Stage Rituals and the Black American Restaurant Experience." Southern Sociological Society (SSS) Meeting. New Orleans, LA. Stephen K. Rice, John Reitzel, and Alex Piquero (2003). "The Public Conception of Justice and Perceptions of Racial Profiling: A Composite Sketch." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Meeting. Boston, MA.. John Reitzel, Stephen K. Rice, and Alex Piquero (2003). "Profiling in Context: Place, Space and Perceptions of Racial Profiling in NYC." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Meeting. Boston, MA. Stephen K. Rice (2002). "Racial Profiling 2.x: Trends, Issues and Questions Still Waiting to be Answered." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting. Chicago, IL.

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Media Coverage "Last words," by Professor Ian Ayres. The New York Times' "Freakonomics" blog, http://freakonomics.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/03/11/last-words/ (March 11, 2010). "Does whos watching change a condemned mans last words?" by Eric Dexheimer. "Focal Point," The Statesman. http://www.statesman.com/blogs/content/sharedgen/ blogs/austin/investigative/entries/2010/03/12/does_whos_watching_change_a_co.htm l (March 12, 2010). "A study on ,,last words" by Lauren Altdoerffer. "Crime and Consequences" (Criminal Justice Legal Foundation, Sacramento). http://www.crimeandconsequences.com/crimblog/2010/03/blog-scan-364.html (March 11, 2010). "The New York Police Departments Stop and Frisk Policies: Are they Effective? Fair? Appropriate?" (NYC Bar Association Forum). Race, Ethnicity and Policing (NYU Press) referenced by Professor Jeffrey Fagan (Columbia University) as "suggested reading." http://jjay.cuny.edu/primer (March 9, 2010). "Stop and frisk," by Audrea Lim. The Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspectives on Arts, Politics and Culture, http://www.brooklynrail.org/2008/09/local/stop-and-frisk (September, 2008).

Teaching Experience Ph.D. courses Research Methods

M.A. courses Research Methods and Design Policy Analysis in Criminal Justice Punishment and Social Theory Qualitative Research Methods Organizational Analysis in Criminal Justice

Undergraduate courses Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Social Justice Introduction to Sociology Doing Social Research Introduction to Criminological Theory Punishment and Social Theory Criminal Justice Organizations Senior Synthesis

8 Research Assistant School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Florida State University, 1991-1993. Duties: compiled literature reviews and evaluated student performance for range of undergraduate courses to include Criminology, Minorities Crime & Social Policy, and Courts and Social Policy. Supervised Teaching Assistant School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Florida State University, 1993. Duties: prepare, present lectures and evaluate student performance in Introduction to Criminal Justice. Service to the Profession Referee for: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology Deviant Behavior International Social Science Review Journal of Criminal Justice Journal of Criminal Justice Education (x2) Journal of Experimental Criminology Journal of Quantitative Criminology (x2) 2010 Session Organizer and Chair, "Assessing the Validity of Crime Statistics." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, San Francisco. 2008/9 American Society of Criminology (ASC) Sub-Area Chair (Etiology of Terrorism), Program Committee (Philadelphia). 2009 Session Discussant and Chair, "Challenges, Costs, and Consequences of Fieldwork." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Philadelphia. 2009 Session Organizer and Chair, "Psychology, Symbology, and Terrorist Etiology." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Philadelphia. 2009 Session Chair, "Race, Nationality, and General Strain Theory." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Philadelphia. 2009 Session Organizer, "Terrorism in India, Pakistan, and Turkey." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Philadelphia. 2008 Session Chair, "Re-examining Peers and Delinquency." American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, St. Louis. 2005 Session Organizer and Chair, "Trends and Issues in the Production of Knowledge in Criminology and Criminal Justice." American Society of Criminology. Toronto.

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Service to the University 2010 Keynote address: "What is Justice? How do we work toward Justice to make a more Just and Humane World?" New Student Academic Convocation (Seattle University) 2010 Steering Committee Member, Interdisciplinary Consortium (Seattle University College of Arts & Sciences) 2009 Reader, University Undergraduate Commencement, Key Arena (Seattle University) 2009 Steering Committee Member, Interdisciplinary Consortium (Seattle University College of Arts & Sciences) 2009 Invited presenter, "Using Project-Centered Learning in Core Courses" (Core Symposium) (Seattle University College of Arts & Sciences) 2009 Invited presenter, "Emotions and Terrorism Research: A Case for a SocialPsychological Agenda." The Psychology of Genocide and Terrorism seminar (Dr. Randall Horton), Department of Psychology, Seattle University (May). 2007/8 Executive Committee member, Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice (City University of New York Graduate Center) 2007/8 Curriculum Committee member, Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice (City University of New York Graduate Center) 2007/8 Admissions Committee member, Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice (City University of New York Graduate Center) 2007/8 Membership Committee member, Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice (City University of New York Graduate Center) 2007 Comprehensive examination grader ­ criminological theory, Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice (City University of New York Graduate Center) 2007/8 Comprehensive examination writer ­ research methods / statistics, Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice (City University of New York Graduate Center) 2007/8 Guest lecturer on criminological theory (comprehensive examination), Masters Program in Criminal Justice (John Jay College of Criminal Justice). 2007/8 Comprehensive examination grader ­ criminological theory, Masters Program in Criminal Justice (John Jay College of Criminal Justice).

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2007 Guest lecturer, Doctoral Colloquium in Criminal Justice Topics (John Jay College of Criminal Justice / The CUNY Graduate Center). 2006 Guest lecturer, Doctoral Colloquium in Criminal Justice Topics (John Jay College of Criminal Justice / The CUNY Graduate Center) 2006 Guest lecturer on criminological theory (comprehensive examination), Masters Program in Criminal Justice (John Jay College of Criminal Justice). 2006 Comprehensive examination grader ­ criminological theory, Masters Program in Criminal Justice (John Jay College of Criminal Justice). 2005 Panel discussant, "Katrina Interpreted" conference sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Seton Hall University). 2005 Criminology curriculum design committee, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Seton Hall University). 2005 Search committee member, Assistant Professor terrorism scholar (Seton Hall University) Service to the Department 2010 Masters comprehensive examination grader (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2010 Coordinator, University of Washington Police Department service learning project (Organizational Analysis in Criminal Justice) (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2010 Coordinator, Belltown service learning project (Qualitative Research Methods) (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2010/11 Criminal Justice Advisory Board committee member (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University) 2010 Criminal Justice Departmental Representative, Accepted Students Open House, Seattle University 2010 Teagle Writing Workshop member (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2009 Masters comprehensive examination grader (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University).

11 2009 Department faculty recruitment representative (American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, Philadelphia) (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2009 Criminal Justice Departmental Representative, Academic Opportunity Fair, Seattle University 2009 Criminal Justice Departmental Representative, Accepted Students Open House, Seattle University 2008/9 Criminal Justice Advisory Board committee member (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University) 2008 Masters comprehensive examination grader (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2008/9 Initiated and coordinated College of Arts and Sciences faculty exchange award with Griffith University, Queensland Australia (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University) 2008/9 Faculty subcommittee ­ departmental self-study, program review, and ACJS certification (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University) 2009 Coordinator, US Marshals service learning project (Organizational Analysis in Criminal Justice). Coordinator, US Marshals guest speaker panel (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2009 Coordinator, Pine/Pike/Belltown service learning project (Qualitative Research Methods). Coordinator, Pine/Pike/Belltown guest speaker panel (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2008 Department faculty recruitment coordinator (American Society of Criminology (ASC) Meeting, St. Louis) (Criminal Justice Department, Seattle University). 2007/8 Library committee member (Department of Law, Police Science, and CJA) (John Jay College of Criminal Justice). 2007 Faculty recruitment visit coordinator (Mary Cavanaugh, U. of Pennsylvania) (Department of Law, Police Science, and CJA) (John Jay College of Criminal Justice). 2006/7 Faculty representative, Undergraduate Open House (Department of Law, Police Science, and CJA) (John Jay College of Criminal Justice). 2005 Committee member, Understanding Society (SOCI 1101) course redesign (Seton Hall University). Student Advising

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2010 Study advisor, graduate student American Society of Criminology (ASC) Annual Meeting paper presentations: Jennifer Cauffman, Carla Hough, Tammy Kynett, Megan Yerxa. Department of Criminal Justice, Seattle University. 2010 Study advisor, Seattle University Undergraduate Research Association: Toshiko Hasegawa, Erika Bishop, Amanda Legg, Laura Shaver, Amanda Sonnen, Kyle Schwab. Department of Criminal Justice, Seattle University. 2010 Teaching Assistant advisor, Megan Yerxa, Department of Criminal Justice, Seattle University. 2010 Research Assistant advisor, Ian Lawson, Department of Criminal Justice, Seattle University. 2010 Teaching Assistant advisor, Carla Hough, Department of Criminal Justice, Seattle University. 2009 Teaching Assistant advisor, Sasha Powers, Department of Criminal Justice, Seattle University. 2009 Masters thesis proposal advisor, Matt Willms, Department of Criminal Justice, Seattle University. 2009 Study / manuscript advisor to graduate student Molly Mee for the American Society of Criminology (ASC) Gene Carte Student Paper Competition, Department of Criminal Justice, Seattle University. 2008 ­ present. PhD dissertation external committee member (Danielle Dirks), Department of Sociology, University of Texas ­ Austin. 2007 PhD dissertation proposal external examiner (Sheetal Ranjan), Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice (City University of New York Graduate Center). Fellowships, Awards and Assistantships Provosts Faculty Scholarship Award (for Article Published in Top-Tier Journal) ($2,000): "Racial Threat, Concentrated Disadvantage and Social Control: Considering the Macro-Level Sources of Variation in Arrests." Criminology 43: 1111-1134. Alumni Graduate Fellowship, Department of Sociology, University of Florida 20022005. Universitys most selective academic award. Gordan and Ruth Streib Award for outstanding graduate student paper, Department of Sociology, University of Florida (with coauthors Danielle Dirks and Liv Newman) (2003).

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Research Assistant, Department of Educational Research, Florida State University (19931994). Research Assistant, School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Florida State University (1991-1993). Graduate Assistant, Office of the Florida Auditor General, Tallahassee, FL (1992) (assisted on performance audits of the Florida Office of Statewide Prosecution and the Offender-Based Transaction System) Professional Affiliations American Society of Criminology (ASC) Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) References Alex R. Piquero, Ph.D. Gordon P. Waldo Professor of Criminology Florida State University College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Hecht House 634 W. Call Street Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1127 Phone: 850-644-4050 Email: [email protected] Nicole Leeper Piquero, Ph.D. Associate Professor Florida State University College of Criminology and Criminal Justice 634 W. Call Street 313 Hecht House Tallahassee, FL 32306-1127 Phone: 850-644-6157 Email: [email protected] Karen F. Parker, Ph.D. Professor Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice 309 Smith Hall University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19716 Phone: 302-831-823 Email: [email protected]

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