College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology

Kristin Mack

Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology
Faculty - Professor of Sociology



Research Interests

My areas of specialization are family, life course and aging, and research methods and statistics. My research interests include examining the influence of significant childhood events on adult well-being and family relationships and how family structure and processes affect juvenile delinquency and juvenile court processing.


Selected Publications

Koeppel, Maria, Gayle Rhineberger-Dunn, and Kristin Mack.  Forthcoming. "Cross-National Homicide: A Review of the Current Literature." International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice.

Leiber, Michael, John Reitzel, and Kristin Mack. 2011. "Probation Officer Recommendations for Sentencing Relative to Judicial Practice: The Implications for African Americans." Criminal Justice Policy Review 22:301-329.

Leiber, Michael, Kristin Mack, and Richard Featherstone.  2007. "Family Structure, Family Processes, Economic Factors, and Delinquency: Similarities and Differences by Race and Ethnicity." Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 7:79-99.


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