Characteristics and Risk Factors of Chinese Immigrant Intimate Partner Violence Victims

Kim, Chunrye and Hung-En Sung (2016). Characteristics and Risk Factors of Chinese Immigrant Intimate Partner Violence Victims in New York City and the Role of Supportive Social Networks. The Family Journal, 24(1): 60-69. This study identified the characteristics and risk factors of Chinese immigrant intimate partner violence (IPV) victims and their offenders through a case [...]

Surveillance without Protection

Surveillance without Protection

Sung, Hung-En, Sheyla Delgado, D. Peña and A. Paladino (2015). Surveillance without Protection: Policing Undocumented Migrant Workers in an American Suburb. British Journal of Criminology. 56(5), 877-897. Policing anonymous and fearful undocumented migrant workers (UMWs) with equity, integrity and accountability is one of the toughest law enforcement challenges in the United States. The importance of [...]

The Mis-synchronization of Juvenile Reform

The Mis-synchronization of Juvenile Reform

Rajah, Valli, Ronald Kramer and Hung-En Sung (2015). The Mis-synchronization of Juvenile Reform - Competing Constructions of Temporality and Risk Among Rehabilitation Programs and Young Offenders. British Journal of Criminology, 55(1), 184-202. In the United States, juvenile rehabilitation programs have moved towards ‘risk-needs’ models, which not only assess risks of recidivism, but also address young [...]

The Effects of Acculturation on Intimate Partner Violence Among Chinese Immigrants in New York City

The Effects of Acculturation on Intimate Partner Violence Among Chinese Immigrants in New York City

Kim, Chunrye and Hung-En Sung (2015). The Effects of Acculturation on Intimate Partner Violence Among Chinese Immigrants in New York City. Journal of Family Violence, 1-12. Little research has examined the role of acculturation in the determination of intimate partner violence (IPV) among Chinese immigrants in the United States. Data on 166 IPV Chinese immigrant [...]

Changing Narrative Accounts

Rajah, Valli, Ronald Kramer and Hung-En Sung (2014). Changing narrative accounts: How young men tell different stories when arrested, enduring jail time and navigating community reentry. Punishment & Society, 16(3), 285-304. Using fieldwork, interviews, and survey data collected from male adolescent prisoners who completed a cognitive treatment program, this study addresses two questions: how do [...]

Gender Differences in the Determinants of Prison Rule Violations

Celinska, Katarzyna and Hung-En Sung (2014). Gender differences in the determinants of prison rule violations. The Prison Journal, 94(2, 220-241. This article addresses gender differences in the extent and explanation of inmate misconduct. The study employs nationally representative prisoner survey data to assess gender-specific explanations of prison rule violations. The gender-specific factors include prior victimization, [...]