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Ph.D., Sociology, University of New Mexico
Areas of Specialization:
Criminology, Crime Justice Outcome, Motor Vehicle Theft, Japanese Crime, National Incident Based Reporting Systems (NIBRS)
Sociol 261-402: Introduction to Statistical Thinking in Sociology
Sociol 261-402: Introduction to Statistical Thinking in Sociology (pdf)
Sociol 461-401 & 801: Multivariate Data Analysis for Social Research (pdf)
Roberts, A. (Inpress). Measuring police agency performance by difficulty-adjusted homicide clearance rates. Homicide Studies.
Roberts, A. & Block, S. (2013). Explaining permanent and temporary motor vehicle theft rates in the United States: A crime-specific approach. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 50: 445-471.
Roberts, A. & Willits, D. (2013). Lifestyle, routine activities, and felony-related eldercide.Homicide Studies 17: 184-203.
Roberts, A. (2012). Motor vehicle recovery: A multi-level event history analysis of NIBRS data. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 49: 301-326.
Roberts, A., Roberts, J. M., Jr.,& Liedka, R. V. (2012). Elements of terrorism preparedness in local police agencies, 2003-2007: Impact of vulnerability, organizational characteristics, and contagion in the Post-9/11 era. Crime & Delinquency 58: 444-467.
Roberts, A & Lyons, C. (2011). Hispanic victims and homicide clearance by arrest. Homicide Studies 15: 48-73.