YOUR FIRST FIVE

Your First Five Crime Studies of December 19

Today’s crime studies include work on correctional officer working personalities

Aaron Jacklin
Understanding Crime
1 min readDec 19, 2023

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These new criminology and criminal justice studies were published recently by journals I monitor.

1. “Hesitation Gets You Killed:” Perceived Vulnerability as an Axiomatic Feature of Correctional Officer Working Personalities, published in Justice Quarterly.

2. Region-Specific Structural Covariates of Homicide Rates in Latin America: State Legitimacy and Remittances, published in Justice Quarterly.

3. Immobilized: (In)congruent collateral consequences and racialized driver’s license restrictions, published in Punishment & Society.

4. The Lived Experience of Racism in the Sikh Community, published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

5. “Pouring From an Empty Cup”: Manifestations, Drivers, and Protective Factors of Occupational Stress Among Healthcare Providers of Trauma-Informed Care, published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

I might cover some of these studies further in Understanding Crime. If one sounds interesting or important, let me know in the comments. Right now, I’m considering number 2.

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Aaron Jacklin
Understanding Crime

Creating quality, ethical nonfiction crime content. Criminology Journalist & Writing Coach. Writing a book by July 2024.