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James C. Wo
James C. Wo
Associate Professor, University of Iowa; Department of Sociology & Criminology
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Preventing school bullying: Should schools prioritize an authoritative school discipline approach over security measures?
J Gerlinger, JC Wo
Journal of school violence 15 (2), 133-157, 2016
1552016
Social disorganization theory's greatest challenge: linking structural characteristics to crime in socially disorganized communities
CE Kubrin, JC Wo
The handbook of criminological theory, 121-136, 2015
1492015
Community detection using spectral clustering on sparse geosocial data
Y Van Gennip, B Hunter, R Ahn, P Elliott, K Luh, M Halvorson, S Reid, ...
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 73 (1), 67-83, 2013
1002013
Mixed land use and neighborhood crime
JC Wo
Social science research 78, 170-186, 2019
862019
Community context of crime: A longitudinal examination of the effects of local institutions on neighborhood crime
JC Wo
Crime & Delinquency 62 (10), 1286-1312, 2016
802016
Voluntary organizations and neighborhood crime: A dynamic perspective
JC Wo, JR Hipp, A Boessen
Criminology 54 (2), 212-241, 2016
742016
Collective efficacy and crime
JR Hipp, JC Wo
International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences 4 (2), 169-173, 2015
682015
Studying neighborhood crime across different macro spatial scales: The case of robbery in 4 cities
JR Hipp, JC Wo, YA Kim
Social science research 68, 15-29, 2017
372017
Understanding the differential effects of land uses on crime: An examination across Philadelphia neighbourhoods
JC Wo
The British Journal of Criminology 59 (6), 1432-1454, 2019
262019
Understanding the density of nonprofit organizations across Los Angeles neighborhoods: Does concentrated disadvantage and violent crime matter?
JC Wo
Social Science Research 71, 56-71, 2018
262018
Neighborhood effects on crime in San Francisco: An examination of residential, nonresidential, and “mixed” land uses
JC Wo, YA Kim
Deviant Behavior, 1-18, 2020
202020
Micro-scale, meso-scale, macro-scale, and temporal scale: comparing the relative importance for robbery risk in New York City
JR Hipp, YA Kim, JC Wo
Justice Quarterly 38 (5), 767-791, 2020
192020
Topography and crime in place: The effects of elevation, slope, and betweenness in San Francisco street segments
YA Kim, JC Wo
Journal of Urban Affairs, 1-25, 2021
132021
Revisiting the crime control benefits of voluntary organizations: organizational presence, organizational capacity, and crime rates in Los Angeles neighborhoods
JC Wo
Crime & Delinquency 65 (7), 916-940, 2019
122019
Recreating human mobility patterns through the lens of social media: using twitter to model the social ecology of crime
JC Wo, EM Rogers, MT Berg, C Koylu
Crime & Delinquency 70 (8), 1943-1970, 2024
92024
A spatial and temporal examination of housing demolitions on crime in Los Angeles blocks
YA Kim, J Wo
Journal of Crime and Justice 44 (4), 441-457, 2020
92020
An examination of schools, social ecological factors, and neighbourhood crime
JC Wo, J Park
The British Journal of Criminology 60 (4), 851-872, 2020
92020
The time-varying effects of physical environment for walkability on neighborhood crime
YA Kim, JC Wo
Cities 142, 104530, 2023
62023
Revisiting the Relationship between Racial Heterogeneity and Neighborhood Crime: Do Spatial Scale and Functional Form Matter?
YA Kim, JC Wo
Crime & Delinquency 68 (11), 1977-2007, 2022
62022
Unintended consequences? The effects of neighbourhood walkability on crime in nine US cities
JC Wo, YA Kim
The British Journal of Criminology, 2022
52022
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