Phil He, Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice
Phil He, Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice
School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Northeastern University
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Youth gangs and definitional issues: When is a gang a gang, and why does it matter?
FA Esbensen, LT Winfree Jr, N He, TJ Taylor
Crime & delinquency 47 (1), 105-130, 2001
6422001
Gender and Police Stress: The convergent and divergent impact of work environment, work-family conflict, and stress coping mechanisms of female and male police officers
N He, J Zhao, CA Archbold
Policing 25 (4), 687-708, 2002
329*2002
Sources of job satisfaction among police officers: A test of demographic and work environment models
J Zhao, Q Thurman, N He
Justice quarterly 16 (1), 153-173, 1999
2921999
Predicting five dimensions of police officer stress: Looking more deeply into organizational settings for sources of police stress
N He, J Zhao, N Lovrich
Police Quarterly 5 (1), 43-62, 2002
1982002
Do race and gender matter in police stress? A preliminary assessment of the interactive effects
N He, J Zhao, L Ren
Journal of Criminal Justice 33 (6), 535-547, 2005
1692005
Differential attrition rates and active parental consent
FA Esbensen, MH Miller, T Taylor, N He, A Freng
Evaluation review 23 (3), 316-335, 1999
1601999
Self-control and variability over time: Multivariate results using a 5-year, multisite panel of youths
LT Winfree Jr, TJ Taylor, N He, FA Esbensen
Crime & Delinquency 52 (2), 253-286, 2006
1332006
Community policing: Did it change the basic functions of policing in the 1990s? A national follow-up study
JS Zhao, N He, NP Lovrich
Justice Quarterly 20 (4), 697-724, 2003
932003
Individual value preferences among american police officers
J Zhao, N He, NP Lovrich
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Managerial 21 (1 …, 1998
851998
Exploring the Difference Between Male and Female Intimate Partner Homicides Revisiting the Concept of Situated Transactions
ML Swatt, N He
Homicide Studies 10 (4), 279-292, 2006
832006
Carrying weapons to school for protection: An analysis of the 2001 school crime supplement data
L Cao, Y Zhang, N He
Journal of Criminal Justice 36 (2), 154-164, 2008
672008
Forces of production and direction: A test of an expanded model of suicide and homicide
N He, L Cao, W Wells, ER Maguire
Homicide studies 7 (1), 36-57, 2003
572003
Community policing: A preliminary assessment of environmental impact with panel data on program implementation in US cities
N He, JS Zhao, NP Lovrich
Crime & Delinquency 51 (3), 295-317, 2005
522005
Pursuing gender diversity in police organizations in the 1990s: A longitudinal analysis of factors associated with the hiring of female officers
J Zhao, N He, NP Lovrich
Police Quarterly 9 (4), 463-485, 2006
462006
The effect of local political culture on policing behaviors in the 1990s: A retest of Wilson’s theory in more contemporary times
J Zhao, N He, N Lovrich
Journal of Criminal Justice 34 (6), 569-578, 2006
432006
Value change among police officers at a time of organizational reform: a follow‐up study using Rokeach values
J Zhao, N He, NP Lovrich
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 1999
411999
Predicting the employment of minority officers in US cities: OLS fixed-effect panel model results for African American and Latino officers for 1993, 1996, and 2000
J Zhao, N He, N Lovrich
Journal of Criminal Justice 33 (4), 377-386, 2005
382005
A Comparative Study of Youth Gangs in China and the United States
VJ Webb, L Ren, J Zhao, N He, IH Marshall
International Criminal Justice Review 21 (3), 225-242, 2011
352011
CHINESE CRIMINAL TRIALS.
N He
SPRINGER-VERLAG NEW YORK, 2016
282016
Marital status and police occupational stress
JS Zhao, N He, N Lovrich, J Cancino
Journal of Crime and Justice 26 (2), 23-46, 2003
282003
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