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Joel Miller, Joel M. Caplan, and Michael Ostermann. Crime and Delinquency 62(2), February 2016, 169-199.
"This article examines whether potentially criminogenic places (including bars, liquor stores, restaurants, public transport hubs, drug markets, and more), located within a 1,240-feet radius of parolees' residences (the home "node"), predict their rearrest or revocation...However, multivariate survival analysis of 1,632 parolees released to Newark during July 2007 to June 2009 found little evidence that these factors increased the risk of failure." Rutgers-restricted Access
CalvinJohn Smiley. (Ph.D. Thesis) City University of New York, 2014.
"Prisoner reentry--the transition from prison to community--has grown exponentially in the 21st century. While individuals are coming home in larger quantities, many formerly incarcerated men and women lose social, political, and economic rights, otherwise known as civil death. The fundamental purpose of this dissertation is to investigate the impact of civil death on prisoner reentry. More specifically, how does the loss of civil rights construct notions of citizenship for recently released men and women? In addition, how do men and women navigate and negotiate the reentry process with both legal-related barriers imposed by the State as well as social obstacles created by incarceration? A community-based reentry program in Newark, New Jersey, is the field site of this research." Available?
Naomi F. Sugie. (Ph.D Thesis) Princeton University, 2014.
"Using an innovative data collection method--smartphones--this dissertation contributes a detailed portrait of the searching and working trajectories of 156 individuals. Participants were randomly sampled from a complete census of all recent releases to parole in Newark, New Jersey, and were followed for three months. Utilizing these novel data, the dissertation analyzes a) the searching and working experiences of individuals at reentry, b) the use of social contacts for finding employment, and c) the association between emotional wellbeing and job searching."
Andrew O. Arumemi. (D.B.A. Thesis) Walden University, 2016.
"The purpose of this phenomenological study was to explore business owners’ experiences regarding balancing corporate social responsibility of hiring ex-inmates and shareholder profitability. The target population included 20 business owners in Newark, New Jersey who integrated CSR as part of their firms’ formal business plans, were committed to hiring ex-inmates, and feared the consequential loss of profit such engagement might incur."
Calvin John Smiley and Keesha M. Middlemass. Punishment & Society 18(2), April 2016, pp. 220-243.
" Drawing on ethnographic data from a two-year interdisciplinary project in Newark, New Jersey, we present empirical evidence that clothing supports substantial notions of identity and performance...We find that clothing is a tool through which former prisoners are able to reengage with society as someone other than as a former prisoner." Rutgers-restricted Access