Adam Boessen
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EGOHOODS AS WAVES WASHING ACROSS THE CITY: A NEW MEASURE OF “NEIGHBORHOODS”
JR Hipp, A Boessen
Criminology 51 (2), 287-327, 2013
1602013
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
1252015
Measuring ‘neighborhood’: Constructing network neighborhoods
JR Hipp, RW Faris, A Boessen
Social networks 34 (1), 128-140, 2012
1242012
Extrapolative simulation of neighborhood networks based on population spatial distribution: Do they predict crime?
JR Hipp, CT Butts, R Acton, NN Nagle, A Boessen
Social Networks 35 (4), 614-625, 2013
442013
Voluntary organizations and neighborhood crime: A dynamic perspective
JC Wo, JR Hipp, A Boessen
Criminology 54 (2), 212-241, 2016
422016
The relationship of age to personal network size, relational multiplexity, and proximity to alters in the Western United States
EJ Smith, CS Marcum, A Boessen, ZW Almquist, JR Hipp, NN Nagle, ...
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2015
332015
Networks, space, and residents’ perception of cohesion
A Boessen, JR Hipp, EJ Smith, CT Butts, NN Nagle, Z Almquist
American journal of community psychology 53 (3-4), 447-461, 2014
282014
The built environment, spatial scale, and social networks: Do land uses matter for personal network structure?
A Boessen, JR Hipp, CT Butts, NN Nagle, EJ Smith
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 2399808317690158, 2016
272016
Social fabric and fear of crime: Considering spatial location and time of day
A Boessen, JR Hipp, CT Butts, NN Nagle, EJ Smith
Social Networks, 2017
232017
Parks as crime inhibitors or generators: Examining parks and the role of their nearby context
A Boessen, JR Hipp
Social science research 76, 186-201, 2018
222018
Neighborhood crime, the housing crisis, and geographic space: Disentangling the consequences of foreclosure and vacancy
A Boessen, AW Chamberlain
Journal of Urban Affairs 39 (8), 1122-1137, 2017
212017
Immigrants and social distance: Examining the social consequences of immigration for Southern California neighborhoods over fifty years
JR Hipp, A Boessen
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 641 (1 …, 2012
202012
Social networks and the ecology of crime: using social network data to understand the spatial distribution of crime
GE Tita, A Boessen
The SAGE Handbook of Criminological Research Methods, 128, 2012
172012
Moving from the neighborhood to the cellblock: The impact of youth’s neighborhoods on prison misconduct
A Boessen, E Cauffman
Crime & Delinquency 62 (2), 200-228, 2016
142016
The shape of mobility: Measuring the distance decay function of household mobility
JR Hipp, A Boessen
The Professional Geographer 69 (1), 32-44, 2017
132017
Disagreement in assessing neighboring and collective efficacy: the role of social distance
JR Hipp, SA Williams, A Boessen
Socius 4, 2378023118769536, 2018
122018
Neighborhoods, social networks, and crime
JR Hipp, A Boessen
Challenging criminological theory: The legacy of Ruth Kornhauser. Piscataway …, 2015
112015
The American Social Fabric Study
CT Butts, JR Hipp, NN Nagle, A Boessen, RM Acton, CS Marcum, ...
Irvine, CA: NCASD. http://lakshmi. calit2. uci. edu/ncasd, 2014
92014
Geographic space and time: The consequences of the spatial footprint for neighborhood crime
A Boessen
UC Irvine, 2014
72014
Population Distribution, Neighborhood Networks, and Neighborhood Crime: A Simulation Study
JR Hipp, CT Butts, R Acton, NN Nagle, A Boessen
2011
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