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Faculty Honored as Top Criminologists

IMG_3596Brent Teasdale and Leah Daigle were ranked among the world’s top 100 criminologists, according to a paper, “Measuring the Quantity and Quality of Scholarly Productivity in Criminology and Criminal Justice: A Test of Three Integrated Models,” published by Glenn Walters in Scientometrics. Both Teasdale and Daigle were ranked out of a sample of over 800 criminologists.

Read some of their works below to see why they made the list.

Ballard, Ellen, and Brent Teasdale. “Reconsidering The Criminalization Debate.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 27.1 (2016): 22-45.

Teasdale, Brent, Leah E. Daigle, and Ellen Ballard. “Trajectories Of Recurring Victimization Among People With Major Mental Disorders.” Journal Of Interpersonal Violence 29.6 (2014): 987-1005.

Teasdale, Brent, et al. “The Effect Of Hurricane Katrina On Adolescent Feelings Of Social Isolation The Effect Of Hurricane Katrina On Adolescent Feelings Of Social Isolation.” Social Science Quarterly (Wiley-Blackwell) 94.2 (2013): 490-505.

Daigle, Leah E., and Lisa R. Muftić. Victimology. 2016.

Daigle, Leah E., and Sadie J. Mummert. “Sex-Role Identification And Violent Victimization: Gender Differences In The Role Of Masculinity.” Journal Of Interpersonal Violence 29.2 (2014): 255-278.

Daigle, Leah E. “Risk Heterogeneity And Recurrent Violent Victimization: The Role Of DRD4.” Biodemography & Social Biology 56.2 (2010): 137-149.