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Marco Brydolf-Horwitz and Katherine Beckett. 2021. “Welfare, Punishment and Social Marginality: Understanding the Connections.” Research in Political Sociology, Volume 28 (The Politics of Inequality, edited by David Pettinicchio), pp. 91-111. Criminal Law and Punishment, Deviance and Social Control, Incarceration, Law and Society, Political Sociology, Poverty, Social Stratification/Inequality, Social Welfare, Welfare Reform
Katherine Beckett and Lindsey Beach. 2021. “The Place of Punishment in 21st Century America: Understanding the Persistence of Mass Incarceration.” Law and Social Inquiry 46, 1: 1-31. Criminal Law and Punishment, Incarceration, Justice, Law and Society, Poverty
Leibbrand, Christine, Erin Carll, Angela Bruns, and Hedy Lee. 2019. “Paternal Incarceration and Family Neighborhood Outcomes.” Social Science Research. Incarceration, Neighborhoods, Social Stratification/Inequality
Beckett, Katherine, Anna Reosti, and Emily Knaphus. 2016. "The End of an Era? Understanding the Contradictions of Criminal Justice Reform." The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 664.1: 238-259. Criminal Law and Punishment, Incarceration, Law and Society
Ehman, Merf, and Anna Reosti. 2015. "Tenant Screening in an Era of Mass Incarceration." New York University Journal of Legislation & Public Policy Quorum: 1-109. Criminal Law and Punishment, Incarceration, Law and Society

Lee, H., McCormick, T. H., Wildeman, C., and Hicken, M. (2015) Racial inequalities in connectedness to imprisoned individuals in the United States. To appear, DuBois Review.

Race and Ethnicity, Incarceration, Social Stratification/Inequality

National Research Council. 2014. The Growth of Incarceration in the United States: Exploring Causes and Consequences. (Committee Member), Jeremy Travis, Bruce Western, Steven Redburn, Editors. Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC. The National Academies Press.

Incarceration, Criminal Law and Punishment

Frank, Joseph W., Emily A. Wang, Marcella Nunez-Smith, Hedwig Lee, and Megan Comfort. 2014. "Discrimination Based on Criminal Record and Healthcare Utilization Among Men Recently Released from Prison." Health & Justice 2:6.

Incarceration, Criminal Law and Punishment, Social Stratification/Inequality

Dumont, Dora, Christopher Wildeman, Hedwig Lee, Annie Gjelsvik, Pamela A Valera and Jennifer G Clarke. 2014. “Incarceration, Maternal Hardship, and Perinatal Health Behaviors.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 18(9): 2179- 2187.

Incarceration, Health, Motherhood

Lee, Hedwig, Christopher Wildeman, Emily Wang, Niki Matusko and James S. Jackson. 2014. “A Heavy Burden? The Health Consequences of Having a Family Member Incarcerated.” American Journal of Public Health 104(3): 421-427.

Incarceration, Family, Health

Wildeman, Christopher, Signe Hald Anderson, Hedwig Lee and Kristian Bernt Karlson. 2014. “Parental Incarceration and Child Mortality in Denmark." American Journal of Public Health 104(3): 428-433.

Incarceration, West European, Morbidity/Mortality

Lee, Hedwig, Lauren Porter and Megan Comfort. 2014. “The Collateral Consequences of Family Member Incarceration: Impacts on Civic Participation and Perceptions of Legitimacy and Fairness.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 651: 44-73.

Incarceration, Family, Health
Katherine Beckett and Naomi Murakawa. 2012. “Mapping the Shadow Carceral State: Toward an Institutionally Capacious Approach to Punishment.” Theoretical Criminology 16, 2: 221-44. Criminal Law and Punishment, Deviance and Social Control, Incarceration, Institutions, Social Justice
Katherine Beckett and Alexes Harris. 2011. “On Cash and Conviction: Monetary Sanctions as Misguided Policy.”Criminology & Public Policy 10, 3: 505-37. Criminal Law and Punishment, Deviance and Social Control, Incarceration, Public Policy, Social Justice

Forthcoming

Author/Title Related Fields

Lee, Hedwig, Tyler McCormick, Margaret T. Hicken and Christopher Wildeman. “Inequalities in Connectedness to Imprisoned Individuals in the United States.” Forthcoming, DuBois Review: Social Science Research on Race

Social Stratification/Inequality, Incarceration