Faculty - Professor of Sociology
My areas of specialization are family, life course and aging, and research methods and statistics. My research interests include examining the link between early childhood experiences and adult outcomes, and considering the relationship between family structure and child outcomes.
Mack, Kristin Y. and Michael J. Leiber . Race, Gender, Single-Mother Households and Delinquency: A Further Test of Power Control Theory. Youth and Society.
Mack, Kristin Y. 2004. The Effects of Early Parental Death on Sibling Relationships in Later Life. Omega, 49, 131-149.
Leiber, Michael J. and Kristin Y. Mack. 2003. The Individual and Joint Effects of Race, Gender, and Family Status on Juvenile Justice Decision-Making. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 40, 34-70.
Leiber, Michael J. and Kristin Y. Mack 2002. Race, Age, and Juvenile Justice Decision-Making. Journal of Crime and Justice, 25, 23-47.
Mack, Kristin Y. 2001. Childhood Family Disruptions and Adult Well-Being: The Differential Effects of Divorce and Parental Death. Death Studies, 25, 419-443.