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Jason Gravel
Jason Gravel
Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Temple University
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Can at-risk youth be diverted from crime? A meta-analysis of restorative diversion programs
JS Wong, J Bouchard, J Gravel, M Bouchard, C Morselli
Criminal Justice and Behavior 43 (10), 1310-1329, 2016
982016
Network exposure and excessive use of force: Investigating the social transmission of police misconduct
M Ouellet, S Hashimi, J Gravel, AV Papachristos
Criminology & Public Policy 18 (3), 675-704, 2019
592019
Keeping promises: A systematic review and a new classification of gang control strategies
J Gravel, M Bouchard, K Descormiers, JS Wong, C Morselli
Journal of Criminal Justice 41 (4), 228-242, 2013
582013
Do sex offenders have higher levels of testosterone? Results from a meta-analysis
JS Wong, J Gravel
Sexual Abuse 30 (2), 147-168, 2018
452018
Effectiveness of street gang control strategies: A systematic review and meta-analysis of evaluation studies
J Wong, J Gravel, M Bouchard, C Morselli, K Descormiers
Report prepared for Research and National Coordination, Organized Crime Division, 2012
322012
Not an ‘iron pipeline’, but many capillaries: regulating passive transactions in Los Angeles' secondary, illegal gun market
KY Chesnut, M Barragan, J Gravel, NA Pifer, K Reiter, N Sherman, ...
Injury Prevention 23 (4), 226-231, 2017
232017
Promises kept? A meta-analysis of gang membership prevention programs
JS Wong, J Gravel, M Bouchard, K Descormiers, C Morselli
Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 2016
232016
Birds of a feather fight together: Status-enhancing violence, social distance and the emergence of homogenous gangs
J Gravel, B Allison, J West-Fagan, M McBride, GE Tita
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 34 (1), 189-219, 2018
222018
With great methods come great responsibilities: Social network analysis in the implementation and evaluation of gang programs
J Gravel, GE Tita
Criminology & Pub. Pol'y 14, 559, 2015
222015
Social network position of gang members in schools: Implications for recruitment and gang prevention
O Gallupe, J Gravel
Justice Quarterly 35 (3), 505-525, 2018
182018
Getting in people’s faces: On the symbiotic relationship between the media and police gang units
J Gravel, JS Wong, R Simpson
Deviant Behavior 39 (2), 257-273, 2018
172018
Increasing adolescent firearm homicides and racial disparities following Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’self-defence law
M Degli Esposti, DJ Wiebe, J Gravel, DK Humphreys
Injury prevention 26 (2), 187-190, 2020
92020
Jack-of-all-trades: social capital, criminal versatility and brokerage in a street gang network
J Gravel
Arts & Social Sciences: School of Criminology, 2013
92013
Network perspectives on crime
J Gravel, GE Tita
Oxford research encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice, 2017
72017
Prohibited possessors and the law: How inmates in Los Angeles jails understand firearm and ammunition regulations
M Barragan, KY Chesnut, J Gravel, NA Pifer, K Reiter, N Sherman, G Tita
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 3 (5), 141-163, 2017
62017
Small-world networks and synchronisation in an agent-based model of civil violence
M Fonoberova, I Mezić, J Mezić, J Hogg, J Gravel
Global Crime 20 (3-4), 161-195, 2019
42019
The promise of a network approach for policing research
M Ouellet, S Hashimi, J Gravel, D Dabney
Justice Quarterly 37 (7), 1221-1240, 2020
32020
Familiar gangsters: Gang violence, brotherhood, and the media’s fascination with a crime family
K Gushue, C Lee, J Gravel, JS Wong
Crime & Delinquency 64 (12), 1612-1635, 2018
32018
On the use of police records for social network analysis
J Gravel
University of California, Irvine, 2018
32018
Group process and gang delinquency intervention: Gang activity regulation and the group nature of gang violence
M Valasik, SE Reid, JS West, J Gravel
The Routledge international handbook of human aggression, 411-423, 2018
22018
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