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James D. Unnever
James D. Unnever
Professor of Criminology, University of South Florida
Verified email at usf.edu
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Bullying, self-control, and ADHD
JD Unnever, DG Cornell
Journal of interpersonal violence 18 (2), 129-147, 2003
5912003
Middle school victims of bullying: Who reports being bullied?
JD Unnever, DG Cornell
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
4722004
Bullies, aggressive victims, and victims: Are they distinct groups?
JD Unnever
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2005
4192005
THE SOCIAL SOURCES OF AMERICANS'PUNITIVENESS: A TEST OF THREE COMPETING MODELS
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Criminology 48 (1), 99-129, 2010
3882010
A theory of African American offending: Race, racism, and crime
JD Unnever, SL Gabbidon
Routledge, 2011
3482011
Parental management, ADHD, and delinquent involvement: Reassessing Gottfredson and Hirschi's general theory
JD Unnever, FT Cullen, TC Pratt
Justice Quarterly 20 (3), 471-500, 2003
3272003
The relationship of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder to crime and delinquency: A meta-analysis
TC Pratt, FT Cullen, KR Blevins, L Daigle, JD Unnever
International Journal of Police Science & Management 4 (4), 344-360, 2002
2892002
The culture of bullying in middle school
JD Unnever, DG Cornell
Journal of school violence 2 (2), 5-27, 2003
2742003
Why is “bad” parenting criminogenic? Implications from rival theories
JD Unnever, FT Cullen, R Agnew
Youth violence and juvenile justice 4 (1), 3-33, 2006
2292006
The racial divide in support for the death penalty: Does white racism matter?
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Social Forces 85 (3), 1281-1301, 2007
2242007
Reassessing the racial divide in support for capital punishment: The continuing significance of race
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 44 (1), 124-158, 2007
1972007
Turning the other cheek: Reassessing the impact of religion on punitive ideology
JD Unnever, FT Cullen, BK Applegate
Justice Quarterly 22 (3), 304-339, 2005
1872005
Christian fundamentalism and support for capital punishment
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 43 (2), 169-197, 2006
1842006
Gender, bullying victimization, and juvenile delinquency: A test of general strain theory
FT Cullen, JD Unnever, JL Hartman, MG Turner, R Agnew
Victims and Offenders 3 (4), 346-364, 2008
1822008
Executing the innocent and support for capital punishment: Implications for public policy
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Criminology & Public Policy 4 (1), 3-38, 2005
1702005
Race, racism, and support for capital punishment
JD Unnever, FT Cullen, CL Jonson
Crime and Justice 37 (1), 45-96, 2008
1552008
Empathetic identification and punitiveness: A middle-range theory of individual differences
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Theoretical Criminology 13 (3), 283-312, 2009
1532009
“A liberal is someone who has not been mugged”: Criminal victimization and political beliefs
JD Unnever, FT Cullen, BS Fisher
Justice Quarterly 24 (2), 309-334, 2007
1402007
The prediction of racial/ethnic sentencing disparities: An expectation states approach
JD Unnever, LA Hembroff
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 25 (1), 53-82, 1988
1401988
White perceptions of whether African Americans and Hispanics are prone to violence and support for the death penalty
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 49 (4), 519-544, 2012
1392012
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