Peter St. Jean

Assistant Professor

Education: Ph.D., University of Chicago, 2002.

Research: Ph.D. thesis in 2002 titled "Not on My Block: The Criminogenic Life-Course of Place on Chicago's South Side."

 

 

 

Representative Publications: 

St. Jean, Peter K. B. (forthcoming 2006). Pockets of Crime: An Up-Close look at Street Crime, Broken Windows, and Collective Efficacy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; St. Jean, Peter K. B. Forthcoming 2006. " Explaining Strained Community-Police Relations in a Racially and Ethnically Homogeneous Community, Grand Bay, Dominica." Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice; St. Jean, Peter K. B. 1999; " Caribbean Criminology - An Empirical Question: A Further Critique." Caribbean Journal of Criminology and Social Psychology." St. Augustine, Trinidad . University of the West Indies Press. Volume 4; St. Jean, Peter K. B. Forthcoming 2006; " More Money, More Crime? Trends in Dominica over the Past Two Decades." In Explaining Crime in the Caribbean edited by Marlyn Jones and Anthony Harriott. Mona, Jamaica : University of the West Indies Press; St. Jean, Peter K. B. Forthcoming 2006; " Prison in Paradise : The Historical and Legal Foundations of Prison in Dominica."  In Explaining Crime in the Caribbean edited by Marlyn Jones and Anthony Harriott. Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press; St. Jean, Peter K. B." The New Parapolice: Risk Markets and Commodified Social Control by George S. Rigakos." 2002. American Journal of SociologyVolume 108, number 3 (November).

Fields of Interest: Community Studies (urban and rural); Law and Society; Community Social Organization; Neighborhoods and Crime; Community Policing; Race, Ethnicity, and Gender; Caribbean Studies; Juvenile Delinquency.

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Website: www.peterkbstjean.com

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