Andrew V Papachristos
Andrew V Papachristos
Professor of Sociology, Northwestern University
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The effects of hot spots policing on crime: An updated systematic review and meta-analysis
AA Braga, AV Papachristos, DM Hureau
Justice quarterly 31 (4), 633-663, 2014
7042014
Cultural mechanisms and the persistence of neighborhood violence
DS Kirk, AV Papachristos
American Journal of Sociology 116 (4), 1190-233, 2011
5782011
Murder by Structure: Dominance Relations and the Social Structure of Gang Homicide1
AV Papachristos
American Journal of Sociology 115 (1), 74-128, 2009
5382009
Police violence and citizen crime reporting in the black community
M Desmond, AV Papachristos, DS Kirk
American sociological review 81 (5), 857-876, 2016
4142016
The concentration and stability of gun violence at micro places in Boston, 1980–2008
AA Braga, AV Papachristos, DM Hureau
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26 (1), 33-53, 2010
3642010
The corner and the crew: The influence of geography and social networks on gang violence
AV Papachristos, DM Hureau, AA Braga
American sociological review 78 (3), 417-447, 2013
3492013
Attention felons: evaluating project safe neighborhoods in Chicago
AV Papachristos, TL Meares, J Fagan
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 4 (2), 223-272, 2007
2932007
The effect of local violence on children’s attention and impulse control
PT Sharkey, N Tirado-Strayer, AV Papachristos, CC Raver
American journal of public health 102 (12), 2287-2293, 2012
2572012
Why Do Criminals Obey the Law? The Influence of Legitimacy and Social Networks on Active Gun Offenders
AV Papachristos, TL Meares, J Fagan
2522011
Hot spots policing effects on crime
A Braga, A Papachristos, D Hureau
Campbell Systematic Reviews 8 (1), 1-96, 2012
2472012
More coffee, less crime? The relationship between gentrification and neighborhood crime rates in Chicago, 1991 to 2005
AV Papachristos, CM Smith, ML Scherer, MA Fugiero
City & Community 10 (3), 215-240, 2011
2282011
Tragic, but not random: The social contagion of nonfatal gunshot injuries
AV Papachristos, C Wildeman, E Roberto
Social Science & Medicine 125, 139-150, 2015
2162015
The Relevance of Micro Places to Citywide Robbery Trends: A Longitudinal Analysis of Robbery Incidents at Street Corners and Block Faces in Boston
AA Braga, DM Hureau, AV Papachristos
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 48 (1), 7-32, 2011
2072011
Social Networks and the Risk of Gunshot Injury
A Papachristos, A Braga, D Hureau
1852011
Deterring gang-involved gun violence: Measuring the impact of Boston’s Operation Ceasefire on street gang behavior
AA Braga, DM Hureau, AV Papachristos
Journal of quantitative criminology 30 (1), 113-139, 2014
1502014
The paradox of law enforcement in immigrant communities: Does tough immigration enforcement undermine public safety?
DS Kirk, AV Papachristos, J Fagan, TR Tyler
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 641 (1 …, 2012
1392012
Modeling contagion through social networks to explain and predict gunshot violence in Chicago, 2006 to 2014
B Green, T Horel, AV Papachristos
JAMA internal medicine 177 (3), 326-333, 2017
1312017
An Ex Post Facto Evaluation Framework for Place-Based Police Interventions
AA Braga, DM Hureau, AV Papachristos
Evaluation Review, 2012
1272012
Promises and pitfalls of data sharing in qualitative research
AC Tsai, BA Kohrt, LT Matthews, TS Betancourt, JK Lee, AV Papachristos, ...
Social Science & Medicine 169, 191-198, 2016
1152016
The Coming of a Networked Criminology?
AV Papachristos
Measuring Crime and Criminality: Advances in Criminological Theory 17, 101, 2010
115*2010
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