Jennifer Cobbina
Jennifer Cobbina
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University
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Women coming home: Long‐term patterns of recidivism
BM Huebner, C DeJong, J Cobbina
Justice Quarterly 27 (2), 225-254, 2010
Reintegration success and failure: Factors impacting reintegration among incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women
JE Cobbina
Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 49 (3), 210-232, 2010
Men, women, and postrelease offending: An examination of the nature of the link between relational ties and recidivism
JE Cobbina, BM Huebner, MT Berg
Crime & Delinquency 58 (3), 331-361, 2012
Gender, neighborhood danger, and risk‐avoidance strategies among urban African‐American youths
JE Cobbina, J Miller, RK Brunson
Criminology 46 (3), 673-709, 2008
It’s not only for the money: An analysis of adolescent versus adult entry into street prostitution
JE Cobbina, SS Oselin
Sociological Inquiry 81 (3), 310-332, 2011
Hands up, don’t shoot: Why the protests in Ferguson and Baltimore matter, and how they changed America
JE Cobbina
Hands Up, Don’t Shoot, 2019
Domestic minor sex trafficking: Beyond victims and villains
A Lutnick
Columbia University Press, 2016
From prison to home: Women's pathways in and out of crime
JE Cobbina
University of Missouri-Saint Louis, 2009
The effects of probation or parole agent relationship style and women offenders’ criminogenic needs on offenders’ responses to supervision interactions
M Morash, DA Kashy, SW Smith, JE Cobbina
Criminal Justice and Behavior 42 (4), 412-434, 2015
The effect of drug use, drug treatment participation, and treatment completion on probationer recidivism
BM Huebner, J Cobbina
Journal of Drug Issues 37 (3), 619-641, 2007
Predicting the future: Incarcerated women's views of reentry success
JE Cobbina, KA Bender
Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 51 (5), 275-294, 2012
Women on parole, identity processes, and primary desistance
R Stone, M Morash, M Goodson, S Smith, J Cobbina
Feminist Criminology 13 (4), 382-403, 2018
“Your Pants Won’t Save You” Why Black Youth Challenge Race-Based Police Surveillance and the Demands of Black Respectability Politics
EM Kerrison, J Cobbina, K Bender
Race and Justice 8 (1), 7-26, 2018
Technical violations, treatment and punishment responses, and recidivism of women on probation and parole
M Morash, DA Kashy, SW Smith, JE Cobbina
Criminal Justice Policy Review 30 (5), 788-810, 2019
The connection of probation/parole officer actions to women offenders’ recidivism
M Morash, DA Kashy, SW Smith, JE Cobbina
Criminal Justice and Behavior 43 (4), 506-524, 2016
Gang fights versus cat fights: Urban young men's gendered narratives of violence
JE Cobbina, TZ Like-Haislip, J Miller
Deviant Behavior 31 (7), 596-624, 2010
Reentry programming for high-risk offenders: Insights from participants
KA Bender, JE Cobbina, EF McGarrell
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 60 (13 …, 2016
Communication style as an antecedent to reactance, self-efficacy, and restoration of freedom for drug-and alcohol-involved women on probation and parole
SW Smith, JJ Cornacchione, M Morash, D Kashy, J Cobbina
Journal of Health Communication 21 (5), 504-511, 2016
Race and class differences in print media portrayals of crack cocaine and methamphetamine
JE Cobbina
Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 15 (2), 145-167, 2008
Stop-gaps, lip service, and the perceived futility of body-worn police officer cameras in Baltimore City
EM Kerrison, J Cobbina, K Bender
Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work 27 (3), 271-288, 2018
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