John R. Hipp
John R. Hipp
Professor of Criminology, Law and Society, University of California Irvine
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Which came first? Toxic facilities, minority move‐in, and environmental justice
M Pastor, J Sadd, J Hipp
Journal of urban affairs 23 (1), 1-21, 2001
6722001
Block, tract, and levels of aggregation: Neighborhood structure and crime and disorder as a case in point
JR Hipp
American Sociological Review 72 (5), 659-680, 2007
4962007
Local solutions in the estimation of growth mixture models.
JR Hipp, DJ Bauer
Psychological methods 11 (1), 36, 2006
4882006
Income inequality, race, and place: Does the distribution of race and class within neighborhoods affect crime rates?
JR Hipp
Criminology 45 (3), 665-697, 2007
3192007
From pews to participation: The effect of congregation activity and context on bridging civic engagement
K Beyerlein, JR Hipp
Social Problems 53 (1), 97-117, 2006
2892006
Social capital, too much of a good thing? American religious traditions and community crime
K Beyerlein, JR Hipp
Social Forces 84 (2), 995-1013, 2005
2792005
Enhancing the resilience of human–environment systems: A social ecological perspective
D Stokols, RP Lejano, J Hipp
Ecology and Society 18 (1), 2013
2342013
The social ecology of adolescent alcohol misuse
ST Ennett, VA Foshee, KE Bauman, A Hussong, L Cai, HLMN Reyes, ...
Child development 79 (6), 1777-1791, 2008
2292008
The simultaneous effect of social distance and physical distance on the formation of neighborhood ties
JR Hipp, AJ Perrin
City & Community 8 (1), 5-25, 2009
2272009
Parolee recidivism in California: The effect of neighborhood context and social service agency characteristics
JR Hipp, J Petersilia, S Turner
Criminology 48 (4), 947-979, 2010
2162010
Crimes of opportunity or crimes of emotion? Testing two explanations of seasonal change in crime
JR Hipp, PJ Curran, KA Bollen, DJ Bauer
Social Forces 82 (4), 1333-1372, 2004
1952004
The Educational Legacy of Unauthorized Migration: Comparisons across U.S.-Immigrant Groups in how Parents’ Status Affects Their Offspring
FD Bean, MA Leach, SK Brown, JD Bachmeier, JR Hipp
International Migration Review 45 (2), 348-385, 2011
1902011
A longitudinal test of social disorganization theory: Feedback effects among cohesion, social control, and disorder
W Steenbeek, JR Hipp
Criminology 49 (3), 833-871, 2011
1892011
Violent crime, residential instability and mobility: Does the relationship differ in minority neighborhoods?
LN Boggess, JR Hipp
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26 (3), 351-370, 2010
1712010
A dynamic view of neighborhoods: The reciprocal relationship between crime and neighborhood structural characteristics
JR Hipp
Social Problems 57 (2), 205-230, 2010
1632010
The effects of immigrant concentration on changes in neighborhood crime rates
JM MacDonald, JR Hipp, C Gill
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 29 (2), 191-215, 2013
1612013
EGOHOODS AS WAVES WASHING ACROSS THE CITY: A NEW MEASURE OF “NEIGHBORHOODS”
JR Hipp, A Boessen
Criminology 51 (2), 287-327, 2013
1592013
A two-stage model for a two-stage process: How biographical availability matters for social movement mobilization
K Beyerlein, J Hipp
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 11 (3), 299-320, 2006
1412006
Peer smoking, other peer attributes, and adolescent cigarette smoking: A social network analysis
ST Ennett, R Faris, J Hipp, VA Foshee, KE Bauman, A Hussong, L Cai
Prevention Science 9 (2), 88-98, 2008
1332008
Close‐ups and the scale of ecology: Land uses and the geography of social context and crime
A Boessen, JR Hipp
Criminology 53 (3), 399-426, 2015
1302015
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