Journal Publications:

Boessen, A., J. R. Hipp, C. T. Butts, N. N. Nagle, and E. J. Smith. (2017). Social fabric and fear of crime: Considering spatial location and time of day. Social Networks. Forthcoming.

Boessen, A. and A. W. Chamberlain. (2017). Neighborhood crime, the housing crisis, and geographic space: Disentangling the effects of foreclosure and vacancy. Journal of Urban Affairs. Forthcoming.

Hipp, J. R. and A. Boessen . (2017). The shape of mobility: Measuring the distance decay function of household mobility. The Professional Geographer 69(1): 32-44.

Boessen, A., J. R. Hipp, C. T. Butts, N. N. Nagle, and E. J. Smith. (2016). The built environment, spatial scale, and social networks: Do land uses matter for personal network structure? Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science. Forthcoming.

Wo, J., J. R. Hipp, and A. Boessen . (2016). Voluntary organizations and neighborhood crime: A dynamic perspective. Criminology 54(2):212-241. Click here to get supporting information.

Boessen, A. and J. R. Hipp. (2015). Close-ups and the scale of ecology: Land uses and the geography of social context and crime. Criminology 53(3): 399-426. Click here to get supporting information.

Smith, E. J., C. S. Marcum, A. Boessen , Z. Almquist, J. R. Hipp, N. N. Nagle, C. T. Butts. (2015). The relationship of age to personal networks size, relational multiplexity and proximity to alters in the Western United States. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 70(1): 91-99.

Boessen, A., J. R. Hipp, E. J. Smith, C. T. Butts, N. N. Nagle, and Z. Almquist. (2014). Networks, space, and residents’ perception of cohesion. American Journal of Community Psychology 53:447–461.

Hipp, J. R., C. T. Butts, R. M. Acton, N. N. Nagle, and A. Boessen. (2013). Extrapolative simulation of neighborhood networks based on population spatial distribution: Do they predict crime? Social Networks 35: 614-625.

Hipp, J. R. and A. Boessen. (2013).  Egohoods as waves washing across the city: A new measure of "neighborhoods". Criminology 51(2): 287-327. Click here to get supporting information. Click here to get code to make egohoods.

Boessen, A. and E. Cauffman. (2013, in print 2016). Moving from the neighborhood to the cellblock: The impact of youth’s neighborhoods on prison misconduct. Crime and Delinquency 62(2): 200-228.

Hipp, J. R. and A. Boessen. (2012). Immigrants and social distance: Examining the social consequences of immigration for Southern California neighborhoods over 50 years. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 641:148-173.

Hipp, J. R., R. W. Faris, and A. Boessen. (2012). Measuring 'neighborhood': Constructing network neighborhoods. Social Networks 34:128-140.

Book Chapters and Other Writing:

Boessen, A. and A. Gatens. (2016). Collective efficacy. Ed. Beth Huebner. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Criminology. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hipp, J. R. and A. Boessen. (2015). Neighborhoods, Social Networks, and Crime. In Francis T. Cullen, Pamela Wilcox, Robert J. Sampson, and Brendan Dooley (Eds.), Challenging Criminological Theory: The Legacy of Ruth Kornhauser. Transaction Publishers.

Tita, G. E. and A. Boessen. (2011). Social networks and the ecology of crime: using social network data to understand the spatial distribution of crime. In Gadd D, Karstedt S, Messner S (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Criminological Research Methods, SAGE Publications Ltd., Thousand Oaks.

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