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Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at noon:
H. Luke Shaefer

Jeffrey Morenoff

Director, Population Studies Center.

Research Professor, Population Studies Center.

Research Professor, Survey Research Center.

Professor, Sociology.

Faculty Associate, Survey Research Center.

Ph.D., University of Chicago

Dr. Morenoff’s research interests focus on neighborhood environments, crime and criminal justice, the social determinants of health, and racial/ethnic/immigrant inequality. He is currently conducting research on prisoner reentry, the social context and spatial dynamics of health and crime, and neighborhood social processes.

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Journal Articles

Binswanger, Ingrid, Jeffrey Morenoff, Charley Chilcote, and David J. Harding. Forthcoming. "Ascertainment of Vital Status among People with Criminal Justice Involvement using Department of Corrections Records, the U.S. National Death Index, and Social Security Master Death Files." American Journal of Epidemiology. PMCID: PMC Journal - In Process.

Winkelman, T.A., E. Kieffer, S. Goold, Jeffrey Morenoff, J. Ayanian, and Kristen Cross. Forthcoming. "Health Insurance Trends and Access to Behavioral Healthcare Among Justice-Involved Individuals-United States, 2008-2014." Journal of General Internal Medicine. DOI. Abstract.

Harding, David J., Cheney Dobson, Jessica Wyse, and Jeffrey Morenoff. Forthcoming. "Narrative Change, Narrative Stability and Structural Constraint: The Case of Prisoner Reentry Narratives." American Journal of Cultural Sociology. NIHMSID: NIHMS833100. DOI.

Knittel, Andrea K., Rachel C. Snow, Rick L. Rilo, Derek Griffith, and Jeffrey Morenoff. 2015. "Modeling the community-level effects of male incarceration on the sexual partnerships of men and women." Social Science and Medicine, 147: 270–279. PMCID: PMC4691451. DOI. Abstract.

Herbert, Claire, Jeffrey Morenoff, and David J. Harding. 2015. "Homelessness and Housing Insecurity Among Former Prisoners." Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, 1(2): 44-79. PMCID: PMC4762459. Abstract. Public Access.

Morenoff, Jeffrey, and David J. Harding. 2014. "Incarceration, Prisoner Reentry, and Communities." Annual Review of Sociology, 40: 411-429. PMCID: PMC4231529. DOI. Abstract.

McMillon, David, Carl Simon, and Jeffrey Morenoff. 2014. "Modeling the Underlying Dynamics of the Spread of Crime." PLOS ONE, 9(4): e88923. PMCID: PMC3973672. DOI. Abstract.

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