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Thomas J. Mowen
Thomas J. Mowen
Department of Sociology, Bowling Green State University
Overená e-mailová adresa na: bgsu.edu
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School discipline as a turning point: The cumulative effect of suspension on arrest
T Mowen, J Brent
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 53 (5), 628-653, 2016
2762016
Drug use and crime after incarceration: The role of family support and family conflict
TJ Mowen, CA Visher
Justice Quarterly 32 (2), 337-359, 2015
1952015
Changing the ties that bind: How incarceration impacts family relationships
TJ Mowen, CA Visher
Criminology & Public Policy 15 (2), 503-528, 2016
1382016
Family matters: Moving beyond “if” family support matters to “why” family support matters during reentry from prison
TJ Mowen, R Stansfield, JH Boman IV
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 56 (4), 483-523, 2019
1092019
Building the ties that bind, breaking the ties that don't: Family support, criminal peers, and reentry success
JH Boman IV, TJ Mowen
Criminology & Public Policy 16 (3), 753-774, 2017
1002017
Exploring the school-to-prison pipeline: How school suspensions influence incarceration during young adulthood
P Hemez, JJ Brent, TJ Mowen
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 18 (3), 235-255, 2020
962020
Is more necessarily better? School security and perceptions of safety among students and parents in the United States
TJ Mowen, A Freng
American journal of criminal justice 44 (3), 376-394, 2019
962019
The role of religious support in reentry: Evidence from the SVORI data
R Stansfield, TJ Mowen, T O’Connor, JH Boman
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 54 (1), 111-145, 2017
872017
The role of turning points in establishing baseline differences between people in developmental and life‐course criminology
JH BOMAN IV, TJ Mowen
Criminology 56 (1), 191-224, 2018
772018
Parenting style transitions and delinquency
RD Schroeder, TJ Mowen
Youth & Society 46 (2), 228-254, 2014
722014
The aftermath of Newtown: More of the same
A Kupchik, JJ Brent, TJ Mowen
British journal of criminology 55 (6), 1115-1130, 2015
512015
The effect of school discipline on offending across time
TJ Mowen, JJ Brent, JH Boman IV
Justice Quarterly 37 (4), 739-760, 2020
492020
Religious and spiritual support, reentry, and risk
R Stansfield, TJ Mowen, T O’Connor
Justice Quarterly 35 (2), 254-279, 2018
492018
During, after, or both? Isolating the effect of religious support on recidivism during reentry
TJ Mowen, R Stansfield, JH Boman
Journal of quantitative criminology 34, 1079-1101, 2018
462018
Examining the parole officer as a mechanism of social support during reentry from prison
KJ Bares, TJ Mowen
Crime & Delinquency 66 (6-7), 1023-1051, 2020
452020
Do we have it all wrong? The protective roles of peers and criminogenic risks from family during prison reentry
TJ Mowen, JH Boman IV
Crime & Delinquency 65 (5), 681-704, 2019
452019
A developmental perspective on reentry: Understanding the causes and consequences of family conflict and peer delinquency during adolescence and emerging adulthood
TJ Mowen, JH Boman
Journal of youth and adolescence 47, 275-289, 2018
442018
Parental involvement in school and the role of school security measures
TJ Mowen
Education and Urban Society 47 (7), 830-848, 2015
442015
Maternal parenting style and delinquency by race and the moderating effect of structural disadvantage
TJ Mowen, RD Schroeder
Youth & Society 50 (2), 139-159, 2018
432018
School security measures and longitudinal trends in adolescents’ experiences of victimization
BW Fisher, TJ Mowen, JH Boman
Journal of youth and adolescence 47, 1221-1237, 2018
412018
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