Faculty and Staff
Tia Stevens Andersen
|Department:||Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Arts and Sciences
Curriculum Vitae [pdf]
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Ph.D. 2013, Michigan State University, Criminal justice
- M.A. 2006, Bowling Green State University, Sociology
- B.A. 2004, Oakland University, Sociology
- Girls' delinquency and programming
- Gender and racial inequalities in the juvenile justice system
- Feminist theory
- Intersections of race, class, and gender
Stevens Andersen, T. (2015). Race, ethnicity, and structural variations in youth risk of arrest: Evidence from a national longitudinal sample. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 42, 900-916.
Stevens, T. & Morash, M. (2015). Racial/ethnic disparities in boys' probability of arrest and court actions in 1980 and 2000: The disproportionate impact of "getting tough" on crime. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 13, 77-95.
Morash, M., Stevens, T., Yingling, J. (2014). Focus on the family: Juvenile court responses to girls and their caretakers. Feminist Criminology, 9, 298-322.