Shawn Bushway
Shawn Bushway
Professor of Public Administration and Policy, University at Albany (SUNY)
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Preventing crime: What works, what doesn't, what's promising
LW Sherman
US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of …, 1998
Preventing crime: What works, what doesn't, what's promising
LW Sherman, D Gottfredson, D MacKenzie, J Eck, P Reuter, S Bushway
US Department of Justice 22030, 309-334, 1997
Trajectories of crime at places: A longitudinal study of street segments in the city of Seattle
D Weisburd, S Bushway, C Lum, SM Yang
Criminology 42 (2), 283-322, 2004
Thechicken and egg'of subjective and social factors in desistance from crime
TP LeBel, R Burnett, S Maruna, S Bushway
European Journal of Criminology 5 (2), 131-159, 2008
Desistance and the" feared self": Toward an identity theory of criminal desistance
R Paternoster, S Bushway
The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 1103-1156, 2009
Is the magic still there? The use of the Heckman two-step correction for selection bias in criminology
S Bushway, BD Johnson, LA Slocum
Journal of quantitative criminology 23 (2), 151-178, 2007
An empirical framework for studying desistance as a process
SD Bushway, AR Piquero, LM Broidy, E Cauffman, P Mazerolle
Criminology 39 (2), 491-516, 2001
Understanding crime prevention
G Hughes
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1998
Desistance as a developmental process: A comparison of static and dynamic approaches
SD Bushway, TP Thornberry, MD Krohn
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 19 (2), 129-153, 2003
Judging judicial discretion: Legal factors and racial discrimination in sentencing
SD Bushway, AM Piehl
Law and Society Review, 733-764, 2001
Scarlet letters and recidivism: Does an old criminal record predict future offending?
MC Kurlychek, R Brame, SD Bushway
Criminology & Public Policy 5 (3), 483-504, 2006
A signaling perspective on employment‐based reentry programming: Training completion as a desistance signal
SD Bushway, R Apel
Criminology & public policy 11 (1), 21-50, 2012
Demographic patterns of cumulative arrest prevalence by ages 18 and 23
R Brame, SD Bushway, R Paternoster, MG Turner
Crime & Delinquency 60 (3), 471-486, 2014
The effect of teenage employment on delinquency and problem behaviors
R Paternoster, S Bushway, R Apel, R Brame
Social forces 82 (1), 297-335, 2003
Labor markets and crime risk factors
SD Bushway, P Reuter
Evidence-based crime prevention, 212-254, 2003
Does dropping out of school mean dropping into delinquency?
G Sweeten, SD Bushway, R Paternoster
Criminology 47 (1), 47-91, 2009
Cumulative prevalence of arrest from ages 8 to 23 in a national sample
R Brame, MG Turner, R Paternoster, SD Bushway
Pediatrics 129 (1), 21-27, 2012
Labor market effects of permitting employer access to criminal history records
SD Bushway
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 20 (3), 276-291, 2004
The effect of criminal background checks on hiring ex‐offenders
MA Stoll, SD Bushway
Criminology & Public Policy 7 (3), 371-404, 2008
The impact of an arrest on the job stability of young white American men
SD Bushway
Journal of research in Crime and Delinquency 35 (4), 454-479, 1998
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