Danielle Wallace
Danielle Wallace
Associate Professor, Arizona State University
Verified email at asu.edu
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Neighborhood social processes, physical conditions, and disaster-related mortality: The case of the 1995 Chicago heat wave
CR Browning, D Wallace, SL Feinberg, KA Cagney
American sociological review 71 (4), 661-678, 2006
1922006
The Latino paradox in neighborhood context: the case of asthma and other respiratory conditions
KA Cagney, CR Browning, DM Wallace
American journal of public health 97 (5), 919-925, 2007
1742007
Examining the role of familial support during prison and after release on post-incarceration mental health
D Wallace, C Fahmy, L Cotton, C Jimmons, R McKay, S Stoffer, S Syed
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 60 (1 …, 2016
104*2016
A longitudinal assessment of the impact of foreclosure on neighborhood crime
CM Katz, D Wallace, EC Hedberg
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 50 (3), 359-389, 2013
812013
Opportunities for Making Ends Meet and Upward Mobility: Differences in Organizational Deprivation Across Urban and Suburban Poor Neighborhoods*
AK Murphy, D Wallace
Social Science Quarterly 91 (5), 1164-1186, 2010
702010
Body‐worn cameras as a potential source of depolicing: Testing for camera‐induced passivity
D Wallace, MD White, JE Gaub, N Todak
Criminology 56 (3), 481-509, 2018
652018
Mass reentry, neighborhood context and recidivism: Examining how the distribution of parolees within and across neighborhoods impacts recidivism
AW Chamberlain, D Wallace
Justice Quarterly 33 (5), 912-941, 2016
612016
Desistance and legitimacy: The impact of offender notification meetings on recidivism among high risk offenders
D Wallace, AV Papachristos, T Meares, J Fagan
Justice Quarterly 33 (7), 1237-1264, 2016
512016
The impact of foreclosures on neighborhood disorder before and during the housing crisis: testing the spiral of decay
D Wallace, EC Hedberg, CM Katz
Social Science Quarterly 93 (3), 625-647, 2012
482012
Parolee–parole officer rapport: Does it impact recidivism?
AW Chamberlain, M Gricius, DM Wallace, D Borjas, VM Ware
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62 (11 …, 2018
472018
A test of the routine activities and neighborhood attachment explanations for bias in disorder perceptions
D Wallace
Crime & Delinquency 61 (4), 587-609, 2015
432015
Recidivism and the availability of health care organizations
D Wallace, AV Papachristos
Justice Quarterly 31 (3), 588-608, 2014
372014
Examining fear and stress as mediators between disorder perceptions and personal health, depression, and anxiety
D Wallace
Social Science Research 41 (6), 1515-1528, 2012
362012
Do neighborhood organizational resources impact recidivism?
D Wallace
Sociological Inquiry 85 (2), 285-308, 2015
322015
The myth of conformity: Adolescents and abstention from unhealthy drinking behaviors
C Rees, D Wallace
Social Science & Medicine 108, 34-45, 2014
292014
Testing the temporal nature of social disorder through abandoned buildings and interstitial spaces
D Wallace, D Schalliol
Social science research 54, 177-194, 2015
262015
Do you see what I see? Perceptual variation in reporting the presence of disorder cues
D Wallace, B Louton, R Fornango
Social Science Research 51, 247-261, 2015
262015
Does in-prison physical and mental health impact recidivism?
D Wallace, X Wang
SSM-population health 11, 100569, 2020
232020
Adverse neighborhood conditions and sanction risk perceptions: Using SEM to examine direct and indirect effects
B Kim, TC Pratt, D Wallace
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 30 (3), 505-526, 2014
232014
Is investor purchasing of foreclosures related to neighborhood crime? Evidence from a Phoenix suburb
D Pfeiffer, D Wallace, A Chamberlain
Housing Policy Debate 25 (1), 67-90, 2015
202015
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