Selected Articles in Refereed Journals (*current or former students)

Boots, D. P., Wareham, J., Martin, K. T., and *Barbieri, N. 2018. Preliminary evaluation of the Supervision with Immediate Enforcement (SWIFT) probation program for adult gang affiliated offenders in Texas. In press, Criminal Justice & Behavior, 45(7), 1047-1070.

Wareham, J., Blackwell, B. S., Berry, B., and Boots, D. P. 2018. Effects of victim’s physical attractiveness on juristic judgments of blame and punishment in physical, domestic, and sexual assault scenarios. In press, Deviant Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1080/01639625.2018.1443877

Boots, D. P., Mallicoat, S., and Wareham, J. 2018. Life or death: Using a real-world case to assess student death penalty opinion. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 29(1), 39-61. https://doi.org/10.1080/10511253.2017.1341989

Wagers, S. M., Wareham, J., and Boots, D. P. 2018. College students’ beliefs about domestic violence: A replication and extension. In press, Journal of Interpersonal Violence. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260517747606

Boots, D. P., *Martinez, C., and LeBlanc, C. 2016. The evolution of criminal justice education and online curriculum for probation and parole professionals: Past, present and future challenges and considerations. Texas Probation 31(1) 12-18.

Shetgiri, R., Boots, D. P., Lin, H., and Cheng, T. 2016. Predictors of weapon-related violence among Latino youth. Journal of Pediatrics 171, 277-282. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpeds.2015.12.008

Boots, D. P., Wareham, J., *Bartula. A., and Canas, R. 2016. A comparison of the Batterer Intervention and Prevention Program to alternative court dispositions on 12-month recidivism. Violence Against Women 22(9) 1134-1157. DOI: 10.1177/1077801215618806

*Bishopp. S. A., and Boots, D. P. 2014. Exposure to violence and suicide ideation among police officers: A general strain approach. Journal of Criminal Justice 42(6) 538-548. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2014.09.007

Wareham, J., and Boots, D. P. 2012. The link between mental health problems and youth violence in children and adolescents: A multilevel test of DSM-oriented problems. Criminal Justice & Behavior 39 1003-1024.

*Bingham, A., Cochran, J. K., Boots, D. P., and Heide, K. M.  2011. Public support for preventive/corrective remedies against miscarriages of justice in capital cases. Justice Quarterly 30(4) 594-618.

Boots, D. P., Wareham, J., and *Weir, H. 2011. Gendered perspectives on depression and antisocial behaviors: An extension of the failure model in adolescent PHDCN girls and boys. Criminal Justice & Behavior 38(1) 63-84.

Boots, D. P., and Cochran, J. K. 2011. The gender gap in support for capital punishment: A test of attribution theory. Women & Criminal Justice 21(3) 171-197.

Wareham, J., and Boots, D. P.  2011. Gender differences in mental health problems and violence among Chicago youth. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 9(1) 3-22.

Selected Published Chapters in Edited Volumes

Boots, D. P., Gulledge, L., Bray, T., and Wareham, J. (accepted and in press December 2017). Coordinated community response: Toward a systematic response to domestic violence in an urban setting. Invited book chapter in Homicide and Violent Crime, volume 23 of Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance Series, Emerald Publishers, Mathieu Deflem, (Ed.).

Wareham, J., Berry, B., Blackwell, B. S., and Boots, D. P. (accepted and in press 2017). The impact of victim attractiveness on victim blameworthiness and defendant guilt determinations in cases of domestic and sexual assault. Invited book chapter in Physical Appearance and Crime: How Appearance Affects Crime and the Crime Control Process, Oxford University Press, Bonnie Berry, (Ed.).

Boots, D. P., and Wareham, J. 2012. A gendered view of violence. Invited book chapter in Routledge Handbook on Gender and Crime Studies, Routledge Press, Claire Renzetti, Susan Miller, and Angela Gover (Eds.) pp. 163-179.

Boots, D. P. 2011. Neurobiological perspectives of brain vulnerability in pathways to violence over the life-course. Invited book chapter in The Ashgate Research Companion To Biosocial Theories of Crime, K. M. Beaver and A. Walsh (Eds.) pp. 181-212. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Press.