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
4712003
Middle school victims of bullying: Who reports being bullied?
JD Unnever, DG Cornell
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
3672004
Bullies, aggressive victims, and victims: Are they distinct groups?
JD Unnever
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2005
3632005
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
2862003
A theory of African American offending: Race, racism, and crime
JD Unnever, SL Gabbidon
Taylor & Francis, 2011
2422011
THE SOCIAL SOURCES OF AMERICANS'PUNITIVENESS: A TEST OF THREE COMPETING MODELS
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Criminology 48 (1), 99-129, 2010
2342010
The culture of bullying in middle school
JD Unnever, DG Cornell
Journal of School Violence 2 (2), 5-27, 2003
2232003
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
2222002
The racial divide in support for the death penalty: Does white racism matter?
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Social Forces 85 (3), 1281-1301, 2007
1872007
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
1862006
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
1592007
Christian fundamentalism and support for capital punishment
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 43 (2), 169-197, 2006
1482006
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
1472005
Executing the innocent and support for capital punishment: Implications for public policy
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Criminology & Public Policy 4 (1), 3-38, 2005
1402005
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
1302008
Race, racism, and support for capital punishment
JD Unnever, FT Cullen, CL Jonson
Crime and Justice 37 (1), 45-96, 2008
1132008
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
1121988
Empathetic identification and punitiveness: A middle-range theory of individual differences
JD Unnever, FT Cullen
Theoretical Criminology 13 (3), 283-312, 2009
1102009
“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
1082007
Images of God and public support for capital punishment: Does a close relationship with a loving God matter?
JD Unnever, FT Cullen, JP Bartkowski
Criminology 44 (4), 835-866, 2006
1072006
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