Christopher Uggen
Christopher Uggen
Regents Professor & Martindale Chair in Sociology & Law, University of Minnesota
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Work as a turning point in the life course of criminals: A duration model of age, employment, and recidivism
C Uggen
American Sociological Review, 529-546, 2000
14772000
Locked out: Felon disenfranchisement and American democracy
J Manza, C Uggen
Oxford University Press, USA, 2006
10372006
Democratic contraction? Political consequences of felon disenfranchisement in the United States
C Uggen, J Manza
American Sociological Review, 777-803, 2002
8312002
The Endogeneity of Legal Regulation: Grievance Procedures as Rational Myth
LB Edelman, C Uggen, HS Erlanger
American Journal of Sociology 105 (2), 1999
7791999
Incarceration and stratification
S Wakefield, C Uggen
Annual Review of Sociology 36, 387-406, 2010
7552010
Citizenship, democracy, and the civic reintegration of criminal offenders
C Uggen, J Manza, M Thompson
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 605 (1 …, 2006
5022006
Less than the average citizen: Stigma, role transition, and the civic reintegration of convicted felons
C Uggen, J Manza, A Behrens
After crime and punishment: Pathways to offender reintegration, 261-293, 2004
473*2004
Sexual harassment, workplace authority, and the paradox of power
H McLaughlin, C Uggen, A Blackstone
American sociological review 77 (4), 625-647, 2012
4712012
Crime in the breaking: Gender differences in desistance
C Uggen, C Kruttschnitt
Law and Society Review, 339-366, 1998
4441998
Predictors of desistance among sex offenders: The interaction of formal and informal social controls
C Kruttschnitt, C Uggen, K Shelton
Justice Quarterly 17 (1), 61-87, 2000
3792000
Ballot Manipulation and the “Menace of Negro Domination”: Racial Threat and Felon Disenfranchisement in the United States, 1850–2002
A Behrens, C Uggen, J Manza
American Journal of Sociology 109 (3), 559-605, 2003
3552003
Ex-offenders and the conformist alternative: A job quality model of work and crime
C Uggen
Social Problems, 127-151, 1999
3511999
Sexual harassment as a gendered expression of power
C Uggen, A Blackstone
American Sociological Review 69 (1), 64-92, 2004
3442004
The edge of stigma: An experimental audit of the effects of low‐level criminal records on employment
C Uggen, M Vuolo, S Lageson, E Ruhland, H K. WHITHAM
Criminology 52 (4), 627-654, 2014
2662014
Settling down and aging out: toward an interactionist theory of desistance and the transition to adulthood
M Massoglia, C Uggen
AJS; American journal of sociology 116 (2), 543, 2010
2562010
The Growth, Scope, and Spatial Distribution of People With Felony Records in the United States, 1948–2010
SKS Shannon, C Uggen, J Schnittker, M Thompson, S Wakefield, ...
Demography, 1-24, 2017
229*2017
Out and Down: Incarceration and Psychiatric Disorders
J Schnittker, M Massoglia, C Uggen
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 53 (4), 448-464, 2012
2272012
The Socioeconomic Determinants of Ill‐Gotten Gains: Within‐Person Changes in Drug Use and Illegal Earnings
C Uggen, M Thompson
American Journal of Sociology 109 (1), 146-185, 2003
2262003
The economic and career effects of sexual harassment on working women
H McLaughlin, C Uggen, A Blackstone
Gender & Society 31 (3), 333-358, 2017
2022017
Work as a turning point for criminal offenders
C Uggen, J Staff
Corrections Management Quarterly 5, 1-16, 2001
1992001
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