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Spatial and Social Network Analyses

  • Spatial and Social Context of Crime, Deviancy, and Victimization 

  • Contextualizing human trafficking  

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Spatial and Social Network Analyses

The ties that link us: Uncovering the socio-technic connections of labor trafficking networks (2024) 


Examining the geography of illicit massage businesses hosting commercial sex and sex trafficking in the United States: The role of census tract and city-level factors (2022)


A dyadic analysis of social network stability before and after incarceration (2021) 


A network approach to examine neighborhood interdependence through the target selection of repeat buyers of commercial sex in the United States (2022)


A network approach to examining co-occurring victimization and perpetration in dating abuse among a nationally representative sample of US adolescents (2022)

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