American Society of Criminology...
 State of the syndicate
 M.A./Ph.D. graduates
 Fall party photos
 New faculty and students
 Other news

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Title: Criminal Gator ; vol. 7 no. 1
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Table of Contents
    American Society of Criminology annual conference
        Page 1
    State of the syndicate
        Page 2
    M.A./Ph.D. graduates
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Fall party photos
        Page 5
        Page 6
    New faculty and students
        Page 7
    Other news
        Page 8
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Fall 2007

Volume 7, Issue 1

Ventura, H., Jennings, W. G., Alvarez-
Rivera, L. L., & Miller, J. M. Explaining
substance use among Puerto Rican
adolescents: A partial test of social learning

Gibson, C., & Swatt, M. Does joining a gang
increase violent victimization during
adolescence?: Estimating causal effects using
a propensity score matching design.

Garcia, C. A., & Lane, J. Looking in the rear
view mirror: What incarcerated women think
girls need from the system.

Gibson, C., Schreck, C., & Stewart, E.
Neighborhood context and violent
victimization of youth: An examination of
self-control as a moderating and main effect
risk factor.

Kim, E., & Kwak, D. Community-oriented
policing and fear of crime in neighborhood:
The case study of South

Ward, J. T. Labeling the labelers: A
theoretical model and quasi-experiment of
organizational deviance amplification.

i m, c., raoK, Vi.,0 vvIIIIiiams, nI. A case
study of trafficking in North Korean women
in China.

Morris, S., & Gibson, C. An investigation of
corporal punishment's causal effect on child
behavioral outcomes: Results from a
propensity score matching approach.

Reckdenwald, A. Female perpetrated
intimate partner homicide: The role of
patriarchy in explaining recent trends.

Kolnes, A., Driver, C., Brank, E.M., &
Frazier, C. Using Black's Law to explain
juvenile disposition disparities.

Lane, J., & Meeker, J. W. Social
disorganization perceptions: Fear of gang
crime and behavioral precautions among

I women and men.

Santos, S., & and Lane, J. Ex-inmate
I perspectives on informal methods of control
utilized by correctional officers.

Hayes-Smith, R. M., & Levett, L. M. Sexual
assault resources on campus: Availability and

Schrage, C. L. & Ward, J. T. The freedom to
offend: Assessing the independent effects of
internal and external freedoms on the self
control-crime link.

Fox, K., Khey, D., & Lanza-Kaduce, L.
College student crime in a community context:
Nature and extent of offending using official

Tennyson, K. Police brutality and reporting
practices in Brazil.

Patton, C., Nobles, M.,
and attachment theory.

Nobles, M., Fox, K., &
stalking behaviors in
Theory framework.

& Fox, K. Stalking

Patton, C. Assessing
a Control-Balance

(noteS Si TJotea
Richard Hollinger was quoted in the September 20, 2007 edition of the Wall Street Journal "Online Edi-
tion." http://online.wsi.com/article email/article print/SB1190249128669f21S8-
Eve Brank is cited for an opinion editorial in the July 15, 2007 issue of Newsday. The article is entitled:
Punish the 'social host'? Nassau's new law penalizes adults for allowing underage drinking, and not specifi-
cally parents.
Lora Levett was recognized as an Anderson Scholar Faculty Nominee.

State of the Syndicate 2

M.A. / Ph.D. Graduates 3-4

Fall Party Photos 5

Publications 6

New Faculty & Students 7





Fall 2007

The Syndicate is the graduate student organization for Criminology, Law and
Society. Its mission is to support the academic and professional development of
graduate students in the program.
This year the Syndicate will fund several active members of our organization to
give presentations at the annual American Society of Criminology annual meeting
that is being held in Atlanta, Georgia. It is also hoped that additional funds
may be available to fund active members to attend conferences in the spring
At this time it is hoped that fund-raising efforts will begin which include the
sale of department t-shirts. First year Master's student Heather Stewart has
taken the lead on this fundraising endeavor. Please note that your fund-raising
ideas are always welcome.
In general department news, it has been announced that our department has been
granted a joint hire with the Latin American Studies Department. Such a hire will
enhance our ability to coordinate academic endeavors outside our department and
potentially increase the range of students we generally seek to recruit.
Becky Hayes-Smith has taken over as our representative to the Graduate Student
Council, thus ensuring that we are aware of issues and funding opportunities
within the Graduate School generally.
Lastly, I would like to thank Matt Nobles for his years of service as Syndicate
President. Turnover is a constant within graduate programs, but nonetheless it is
a reminder of all the good people that walk in and out of our doors every year.

Hayden Griffin, III
President, Gator Criminology, Law and Society Syndicate

Other 2007-2008 Officers:
Jeffrey T. Ward, Vice President
Carrie Schrage, Treasurer
Kate Fox, Secretary

The American Psychology-Law Society is holding its annual conference right up the street!
From March 5th through March 8th, APLS will be in Jacksonville, Florida. Please check out
their website http://www.ap-ls.org/conferences/apls2008/index.html for more information. The
conference will begin with several workshops. One that might be of particular interest to CLS
students is the workshop taught by world renowned scholar, Barbara Tabachnick (of Tabach-
nick and Fidell, /Using Multivariate Statistics/). The full conference program will be available
online near the end of the year or beginning of January. Student APLS members who are first
authors on paper or poster presentations receive free registration for the conference. If you
are not a first author on a presentation you can still get free registration by being a student
volunteer. If you are interested in this or anything else related to the conference,
talk to Eve Brank (ebrank4ufl.edu).

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SAbstract: With legislation amended or enacted to expedite transfer of more juvenile offenders to adult court jurisdiction, more
Sand more juvenile offenders, including many property crime offenders, have been transferred to adult criminal courts.
However, it has been unclear whether severity of sanctions differs greatly for property crime in the two court jurisdictions.
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Personal crime such as robbery. Our study answers these questions of sanctions and recidivism for juveniles referred to adult
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by type of offense between the two court jurisdictions, based on Florida and New York/New Jersey data sets. Results showed
That juvenile offenders who were transferred to criminal court jurisdiction were more likely to recidivate and they also
;received harsher punishment than their counterparts retained in juvenile court jurisdiction. The findings on differences by
Offense type were different in the two data sets. Possible explanations are given for this discrepancy.

Graduate: Jeffrey T. Ward Current Status: Ph.D. Program, University of Florida
* Chair: Lonn Lanza-Kaduce
SThesis Title: Labeling the labelers: A theoretical model and quasi-experiment of organizational deviance amplification.
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relationship between structural factors and arrests in rural areas, but also by taking into account structural changes that
Shave had a profound effect on rural life over the past few decades (i.e., the industrialization of farming). Using cross-
sectional time series regression and pooled time series regression, I estimate the effects of changes in social disorganization
Sand the industrialization of farming on criminal arrests in rural, Midwest counties from 1980 to 2000. Overall, the findings
suggest that the industrialization of farming, particularly changes in the number of farms in a county, has had a significant
impact on arrests.

SGraduate: Wesley G. Jennings Current Status: Job market, tenure track position
Chair: Lonn Lanza-Kaduce
Dissertation Title: Trajectories of two Racine birth cohorts: A theoretically integrated model for explaining offending.
Abstract: Macro-level research evidencing the relationship between communities and crime dates back to the early
Ecological work of Park and Burgess and later further developed by Shaw and McKay into what is commonly referred to as
social disorganization theory. This research has since shown that poverty, ethnic heterogeneity, and residential mobility
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New Masters

Jijin Bnimij returns to the south after earning
his Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio
University where he doubled majored in History
and Criminology. One area of interest of John's
is biosocial theories of crime. John is
currently the participant pool coordinator for
the department.

U L'll' L 'lulJ'' earned his Bachelor of Science
degree in Criminal Justice Administration from
Florida International University. Oscar is
currently interested in illegal immigration a
crime and the effects of illegal immigration on
criminal justice administration. In his free
time, Oscar enjoys spending time with his wife,
boating, listening to music, and playing sports.

_i..ii, j 1 ii. ',ii, joins the department with a
Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from the
University of Miami. Zahra is currently
interested in immigration a crime and
minorities a crime. When Zahra is neither
studying nor researching, she enjoys listening
to music, dancing, and attending stand-up
comedy shows.

; -/ll nili' made his way to the UF from the
state of Indiana where he earned a Bachelor of
Arts degree from Indiana University. Kevin
double majored in psychology and criminal
justice. Kevin's current areas of interest

include: criminal justice intervention analysis
and media a crime.

il;r il\ J':! t -ul' earned both a Bachelor of
Arts degree in Criminology and a Bachelor of
Science degree in Psychology from the
University of Florida. Heather's main areas of
interest include: sexual a violent deviance and
social learning theory. She enjoys riding a
training horses, kayaking, camping, and fishing.

''l, 1 ;l.Niiij ,.i continues his education at UF
after earning his Bachelor of Arts degree from

the University of Florida.


New Doctoral

Sherri DioGuardi joins the program with
experience as a court reporter. Sherri has
earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Florida
Gulf Coast University and a Master in Business
Administration degree from Saint Leo
University. Sherri's areas of interest include:
due process, jurisdictional influences, juvenile
justice, and popular perception of judicial
administration. In her free time, Sherri enjoys
reading, playing tennis, and creating artwork.

Eunyoung (Joy) Kim enters the program with
a Master of Arts in Criminology and Criminal
Justice from the University of Maryland. Joy
earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in

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psychology from Daegu University, which is
located in South Korea. Joy's research areas
include: terrorism, gender a crime, and
policing. In her free time, Joy likes to watch
Korean TV shows.

Lindsey Wylie returns to the University of
Florida for a doctoral degree after earning her
Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, located in
New York City. Lindsey has a Bachelor of
Science degree in Psychology from UF.
Lindsey's research agenda includes: mental
health policy, drugs crimes a policy,
intermediate sanctions, juvenile delinquency,
and women a crime. In her free time, Lindsay's
likes to bike and travel and conduct community
service working with substance abusers.

John Stogner comes to the department with a
host of degrees as well as some medical
training. John holds a Bachelor of Arts in
Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Zoology,
both from North Carolina State University.
John also has a Master of Arts degree in
Criminal Justice from the University of North
Carolina at Charlotte. His main areas of
interest include: juvenile delinquency,
prescription drug abuse, and interactions
between public health issues and crime. When
John is not doing criminology related things, he
likes to play racquetball S disc golf, camp, and

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Department criminologists cannot elude the old ball and chain!

Graduate students and faculty that were...
...recently engaged: Carrie Schrage

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Professor Jodi Lane
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Becky Hayes-Smith
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With a wide range of interests and conducting research on crime, delinquency, law, and justice. We are one of the largest
academic programs in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, offering under-graduate, graduate and doctoral degrees.

* For undergraduate studies: http://www.crim.ufl.edulundergradlindex.html

For graduate studies: http://www.crim.ufl.edul/rad/index.html
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Latin American Studies and Department Hires

The college has approved a line for a faculty position that
will be a joint hire between the Department of
Criminology, Law and Society and the Department of
Latin American Studies. In addition to the joint position,
graduate student Kristin Tennyson will be teaching a
new undergraduate course: Criminal Justice in Latin
America. In other hiring news, the department is proud
to announce that Professor Marvin Krohn, who is
currently at SUNY Albany, will be joining our faculty
beginning in Fall of 200oo8.


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