Matt Vogel
Matt Vogel
School of Criminal Justice, University at Albany
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Historical contingencies and the evolving importance of race, violent crime, and region in explaining mass incarceration in the United States
MC Campbell, M Vogel, J Williams
Criminology 53 (2), 180-203, 2015
902015
The violence of voicelessness: The impact of felony disenfranchisement on recidivism
GP Hamilton-Smith, M Vogel
Berkeley La Raza LJ 22, 407, 2012
562012
Residential mobility and delinquency revisited: Causation or selection?
L Porter, M Vogel
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 30 (2), 187-214, 2014
502014
Toward a Demographic Understanding of Incarceration Disparities: Race, Ethnicity, and Age Structure
M Vogel, LC Porter
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 32 (4), 515-530, 2016
442016
SPATIAL DIMENSIONS OF THE EFFECT OF NEIGHBORHOOD DISADVANTAGE ON DELINQUENCY
M Vogel, SJ South
Criminology 54 (3), 434-458, 2016
392016
Impulsivity, school context, and school misconduct
M Vogel, MS Barton
Youth & Society 45 (4), 455-479, 2013
352013
The highs that bind: School context, social status and marijuana use
M Vogel, CE Rees, T McCuddy, DC Carson
Journal of youth and adolescence 44 (5), 1153-1164, 2015
332015
Mental illness and the criminal justice system
M Vogel, KD Stephens, D Siebels
Sociology Compass 8 (6), 627-638, 2014
282014
The modifiable areal unit problem in person–context research
M Vogel
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 53 (1), 112-135, 2016
272016
Peer review versus editorial review and their role in innovative science
G Steinhauser, W Adlassnig, JA Risch, S Anderlini, P Arguriou, ...
Theoretical medicine and bioethics 33 (5), 359-376, 2012
272012
Hypermobility, destination effects, and delinquency: Specifying the link between residential mobility and offending
M Vogel, LC Porter, T McCuddy
Social forces 95 (3), 1261-1284, 2017
262017
More Than Just Friends Online Social Networks and Offending
T McCuddy, M Vogel
Criminal Justice Review 40 (2), 169-189, 2015
262015
Incorporating Neighborhood Choice in a Model of Neighborhood Effects on Income
M Van Ham, S Boschman, M Vogel
Demography 55 (3), 1069-1090, 2018
252018
Vicarious peer victimization and adolescent violence: Unpacking the effects of social learning, general strain, and peer group selection
M Vogel, S Keith
Deviant Behavior 36 (10), 834-852, 2015
232015
Unpacking the relationships between impulsivity, neighborhood disadvantage, and adolescent violence: an application of a neighborhood-based group decomposition
M Vogel, M Van Ham
Journal of youth and adolescence 47 (4), 859-871, 2018
212018
Beyond traditional interaction: Exploring the functional form of the exposure-offending association across online network size
T McCuddy, M Vogel
Journal of Criminal Justice 43 (2), 89-98, 2015
172015
Social correlates of delinquency for youth in need of mental health services: Examining the scope conditions of criminological theories
M Vogel, SF Messner
Justice Quarterly 29 (4), 546-572, 2012
172012
Crime and inflation in US cities
R Rosenfeld, M Vogel, T McCuddy
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 35 (1), 195 - 210, 2019
132019
Testing a rational choice model of “desistance:” Decomposing changing expectations and changing utilities
KJ Thomas, M Vogel
Criminology 54 (4), 687 - 714, 2019
122019
The demographic divide: Population dynamics, race and the rise of mass incarceration in the United States
MC Campbell, M Vogel
Punishment & Society 21 (1), 47-69, 2019
102019
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