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Publications

  • Jackson, P. 2012. Situated Activities in a Dog Park: Identity and Conflict in Human-Animal Space. Society & Animals 20: 254-272.

  • Jackson, P. and C. Stearns. 1995. The Myth of the Universal Inmate: Gender and Jails. American Jails 9: 33-40.

  • Jackson, P. and C. Stearns. 1995. Gender Issues in the New Generation Jail. The Prison Journal 75: 203-221.

  • Jackson, P. and C. Rudman. 1993. Moral Panic and the Repsonse to Gangs in California. In Gangs: The Origins and Impact of Contemporary Youth Gangs in the United States, edited by S. Cummings and D. Monti. SUNY Press.

  • Feeney, F. and P. Jackson. 1991. Public defenders, assigned counsel, retained counsel. Rutgers Law Journal 22: 361.

  • Jackson, P.G. 1990. Competing Ideologies of Jail Confinement. In American Jails: Public Policy Issues, edited by J. Thompsen and L. Mays. Nelson-Hall.

  • Jackson, P. 1989. Theories and Findings About Youth Gangs. Criminal Justice Abstracts 21: 313-329.

  • Jackson, P. 1988. Uses of Jail Confinement in Three Counties. Policy Studies Review 7: 592-605.

  • Jackson, P. 1988. Assessing the Validity of Official Data on Arson. Criminology 26: 181-196.

  • Jackson, P. 1988. Uses of Jail Confinement in Three Counties. Review of Policy Research 7: 592-605.

  • Jackson, P.G. 1987. I Metodi Della Criminologia. In Trattato di Criminologoia, Medicina Criminologica E Psichiatria della criminologia, edited by F. Ferracuti. Milan: Giuffre editore.

  • Jackson, P. 1987. Impact of Pretrial Preventive Detention. The Justice System Journal 12: 305-334.

  • Jackson, Patrick G. 1983. The Paradox of Control: Parole Supervision of Youthful Offenders. Praeger Publishing. Outstanding Academic Book of the Year from Choice.

  • Jackson, P.G. 1983. On Living Together Unmarried: Awareness Contexts and Social Interaction. Journal of Family Issues 4: 35-59.

  • Jackson, P. 1983. Some Effects of Parole Supervision on Recidivism. The British Journal of Criminology 23: 17-34.

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Educational Background

  • 1980 – Ph.D., University of California, Davis (Sociology)

  • 1975 – M.A., University of California, Davis (Sociology)

  • 1973 – B.A. (summa cum laude), CSU - Fresno (Sociology)

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Grants

  • Young Men as Fathers

  • Detention in Transition: Sonoma County's New Generation Jail

  • Another Look at the Attrition of Justice Phenomenon

  • Youth Gangs in California

  • Pretrial Preventive Detention in Seven Jurisdictions

  • An Experimental Study of Parole

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Positions & Honors

  • 2016 – The President's Award for Excellence in Scholarship, Sonoma State University

  • 2003 – Professor, Sonoma State University

  • 2000 – Joseph Lohman Award, Western Society of Criminology

  • 1997-2002 – Founding Editor, Western Criminology Review, Western Society of Criminology

  • 1989 – Disabled Student Union Meritorious Service Award, University of Missouri-St. Louis

  • 1989 – Another Look at the Attrition of Justice Phenomenon, National Institute of Justice

  • 1988-1992 – Associate Editor, The Sociological Quarterly

  • 1988 – Attorney General's Fellow: In Search of Gangs and Public Policy, State of California, Attorney General's Office

  • 1987 – Weldon Spring Award, University of Missouri

  • 1985-1989 – Research Fellow, Center for Metropolitan Studies, University of Missouri St. Louis

  • 1984 – The Effect of Preventive Detention on Pretrial Crime, National Institute of Justice

  • 1983 – U. S. Supreme Court Judicial Fellows Nominee, U. S. Supreme Court, Washington, D.C.

  • 1980-1982 – Post Doctoral Fellowship, U C Davis School of Law

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