Mark T. Berg
Mark T. Berg
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Reentry and the ties that bind: An examination of social ties, employment, and recidivism
MT Berg, BM Huebner
Justice quarterly 28 (2), 382-410, 2011
4682011
Gang members, career criminals and prison violence: Further specification of the importation model of inmate behavior
M DeLisi, MT Berg, A Hochstetler
Criminal Justice Studies 17 (4), 369-383, 2004
1842004
The correctional melting pot: Race, ethnicity, citizenship, and prison violence
MT Berg, M DeLisi
Journal of Criminal Justice 34 (6), 631-642, 2006
1732006
The victim–offender overlap in context: Examining the role of neighborhood street culture
MT Berg, EA Stewart, CJ Schreck, RL Simons
Criminology 50 (2), 359-390, 2012
1722012
The victim–offender overlap in context: Examining the role of neighborhood street culture
MT Berg, EA Stewart, CJ Schreck, RL Simons
Criminology 50 (2), 359-390, 2012
1722012
Men, women, and postrelease offending: An examination of the nature of the link between relational ties and recidivism
JE Cobbina, BM Huebner, MT Berg
Crime & Delinquency 58 (3), 331-361, 2012
1682012
Examining the neighborhood context of the violent offending-victimization relationship: A prospective investigation
MT Berg, R Loeber
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 27 (4), 427-451, 2011
862011
Examining the sources of variation in risk for recidivism
BM Huebner, MT Berg
Justice Quarterly 28 (1), 146-173, 2011
762011
Young men who kill: A prospective longitudinal examination from childhood
DP Farrington, R Loeber, MT Berg
Homicide studies 16 (2), 99-128, 2012
692012
Exploring theoretical linkages between self-control theory and criminal justice system processing
M DeLisi, MT Berg
Journal of Criminal Justice 34 (2), 153-163, 2006
542006
Illegal behavior, neighborhood context, and police reporting by victims of violence
MT Berg, LA Slocum, R Loeber
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 50 (1), 75-103, 2013
532013
CYNICAL STREETS: NEIGHBORHOOD SOCIAL PROCESSES AND PERCEPTIONS OF CRIMINAL INJUSTICE*
MT Berg, EA Stewart, J Intravia, PY Warren, RL Simons
Criminology 54 (3), 520-547, 2016
522016
Neighborhood cultural heterogeneity and adolescent violence
MT Berg, EA Stewart, RK Brunson, RL Simons
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 28 (3), 411-435, 2012
462012
The overlap of violent offending and violent victimization: Assessing the evidence and explanations
MT Berg
Violent offenders: Theory, research, policy, and practice, 17-38, 2012
392012
Does spending time in public settings contribute to the adolescent risk of violent victimization?
RB Felson, J Savolainen, MT Berg, N Ellonen
Journal of quantitative criminology 29 (2), 273-293, 2013
362013
Rethinking community organization and robbery: Considering illicit market dynamics
MT Berg, AF Rengifo
Justice Quarterly 26 (2), 211-237, 2009
352009
Do career criminals exist in rural America?
MT Berg, M DeLisi
Journal of Criminal Justice 33 (4), 317-325, 2005
322005
Telling a similar story twice? NCVS/UCR convergence in serious violent crime rates in rural, suburban, and urban places (1973–2010)
MT Berg, JL Lauritsen
Journal of quantitative criminology 32 (1), 61-87, 2016
272016
The Starkweather syndrome: Exploring criminal history antecedents of homicidal crime sprees
M DeLisi, A Hochstetler, AM Scherer, A Purhmann, MT Berg
Criminal Justice Studies 21 (1), 37-47, 2008
232008
Street culture and crime
MT Berg, EA Stewart
The Oxford handbook of criminological theory, 370-388, 2013
222013
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