Research

Peer-reviewed articles:

Beck, Brenden. 2017. “Broken Windows in the Cul-de-Sac: Race/Ethnicity and Quality-of-Life Policing in the Changing Suburbs.” Crime & Delinquency. [Link]

Beck, Brenden and Adam Goldstein. 2017. “Governing Through Police? Housing Market Reliance, Welfare Retrenchment, and Police Budgeting in an Era of Declining Crime.” Social Forces 96(3): 1183-1210. [Link] [A Dig podcast episode on the article]

Alba, Richard, Brenden Beck, and Duygu Basaran. 2017. “The American Mainstream Expands—Again.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44(1): 99-117. [Link]

Beck, Brenden, Anthony Buttaro Jr., and Mary Clare Lennon. 2016. “Home Moves and Child Well-being in the First Five Years of Life in the United States.” Journal of Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 7(3): 240-264. [Link]

Works in Progress (email me for drafts):

Beck, Brenden. “Policing Gentrification: Race, Housing Markets, and Low-Level Arrests in New York City.”

Beck, Brenden. “Arresting for Revenue? Does Fiscal Reliance on Fines and Fees Predict More Fee-Generating Arrests?”

Beck, Brenden with Kasey Zapatka. “Real Estate Speculation or New Residents?  Investigating Levers of Gentrification.”

Book Reviews, Essays, and Reports

Beck, Brenden. 2017. “Policed in the Suburbs: Review of Race, Place, and Suburban Policing, by Andrea S. Boyle.” Sociological Forum 32(1): 240-242. [Link]

Beck, Brenden. 2015. “Crime, Incarceration, and the Left.”  New Politics 15(2): 89-94. [Link]

Beck, Brenden. 2015. “Review: Immigrants and Crime in the New Destinations, by Vincent A. Ferraro.” Contemporary Sociology 42(2): 288-289, 292.

Kaplan, Dana, Brenden Beck, and Nicholas Kapustinsky. 2007. “Impacts of Jail Expansion in New York State: A Hidden Burden.” Center of Constitutional Rights Report. [Link]

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