Richard K. Moule Jr.
Richard K. Moule Jr.
Assistant Professor, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida
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Criminal and routine activities in online settings: Gangs, offenders, and the Internet
DC Pyrooz, SH Decker, RK Moule Jr
Justice Quarterly 32 (3), 471-499, 2015
1802015
Disengagement from gangs as role transitions
SH Decker, DC Pyrooz, RK Moule Jr
Journal of Research on Adolescence 24 (2), 268-283, 2014
1702014
The contribution of gang membership to the victim–offender overlap
DC Pyrooz, RK Moule Jr, SH Decker
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51 (3), 315-348, 2014
1352014
Validating self-nomination in gang research: Assessing differences in gang embeddedness across non-, current, and former gang members
SH Decker, DC Pyrooz, G Sweeten, RK Moule
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 30 (4), 577-598, 2014
1232014
Internet adoption and online behaviour among American street gangs: Integrating gangs and organizational theory
RK Moule Jr, DC Pyrooz, SH Decker
British Journal of Criminology 54 (6), 1186-1206, 2014
662014
Social capital, the life-course, and gangs
RK Moule, SH Decker, DC Pyrooz
Handbook of life-course criminology, 143-158, 2013
582013
Dangerous places: Gang members and neighborhood levels of gun assault
BM Huebner, K Martin, RK Moule Jr, D Pyrooz, SH Decker
Justice Quarterly 33 (5), 836-862, 2016
572016
The long shadow of Ferguson: Legitimacy, legal cynicism, and public perceptions of police militarization
RK Moule Jr, BH Fox, MM Parry
Crime & Delinquency 65 (2), 151-182, 2019
532019
From ‘What the F#@% is a Facebook?’to ‘Who Doesn’t Use Facebook?’: The role of criminal lifestyles in the adoption and use of the Internet
RK Moule Jr, DC Pyrooz, SH Decker
Social Science Research 42 (6), 1411-1421, 2013
512013
Girls, gangs, and getting out: Gender differences and similarities in leaving the gang
EN O’Neal, SH Decker, RK Moule Jr, DC Pyrooz
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 14 (1), 43-60, 2016
452016
Developmental trajectories of individuals’ code of the street beliefs through emerging adulthood
RK Moule Jr, CH Burt, EA Stewart, RL Simons
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52 (3), 342-372, 2015
372015
Technology and conflict: Group processes and collective violence in the Internet era.
RK Moule Jr, SH Decker, DC Pyrooz
Crime, Law and Social Change, 2016
332016
Assessing the direct and indirect effects of legitimacy on public empowerment of police: A study of public support for police militarization in America
RK Moule Jr, GW Burruss, MM Parry, B Fox
Law & Society Review 53 (1), 77-107, 2019
292019
Technology-mediated exposure to police–citizen encounters: A quasi-experimental assessment of consequences for citizen perceptions
MM Parry, RK Moule Jr, LM Dario
Justice Quarterly 36 (3), 412-436, 2019
272019
Feeling blue: Officer perceptions of public antipathy predict police occupational norms
CJ Marier, RK Moule
American journal of criminal justice 44 (5), 836-857, 2019
262019
Categorically complex: A latent class analysis of public perceptions of police militarization
B Fox, RK Moule Jr, MM Parry
Journal of Criminal Justice 58, 33-46, 2018
252018
Legal socialization and subcultural norms: Examining linkages between perceptions of procedural justice, legal cynicism, and the code of the street
RK Moule Jr, GW Burruss, FE Gifford, MM Parry, B Fox
Journal of Criminal Justice 61, 26-39, 2019
242019
Older, wiser, and a bit more badass? Exploring differences in juvenile and adult gang members’ gang-related attitudes and behaviors
AM Watkins, RK Moule Jr
Youth violence and juvenile justice 12 (2), 121-136, 2014
152014
Public support for police use of SWAT: Examining the relevance of legitimacy
RK Moule Jr, MM Parry, B Fox
Journal of crime and justice 42 (1), 45-59, 2019
142019
Gangs and social media
DC Pyrooz, RK Moule Jr
Oxford research encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice, 2019
102019
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