Robert N. Parker, Ph.D. 



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R.N. Parker and E.K. Asencio.(2009). The Complete GIS Handbook: Coding, Mapping, and Analyses. Under Contract with SAGE Publications, (Forthcoming).

R.N. Parker, Alcohol and Violence: The Nature of the Relationship and the Promise of Prevention. Under Contract with Alta Mira Press (Forthcoming).

R.N. Parker, E.K. Asencio, and D. Plechner. “How Much of a Good Thing is Too Much? Explaining the failure of a well designed, well executed, intervention in Juvenile Hall for ‘hard to place’ delinquents.” New Directions for Evaluation, Jossey-Bass, (In Press).

R.N. Parker, E.K. O’neill Asencio, K.K-H. Pih, and C. Wojtalewicz. “Evaluating A Comprehensive Gang Intervention: The Application Of GIS And Spatial Analysis To Program Assessment in Criminal Justice.” In G. Amdahl, ed., Law And Order and GIS. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press (forthcoming)

C. Hudley and R.N. Parker, eds. (2006). Pitfalls and Pratfalls: Issues of null and negative findings in evaluating interventions, a volume in New Directions for Evaluation, Jossey-Bass, Vol. 110, Summer, 2006.

Parker, R.N. & Tuthill, L. (2005). Youth violence prevention among White youth. In Nancy G. Guerra and Emilie Phillips Smith (Eds.), Preventing Youth Violence in a Multicultural Society (pp. 199-218). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. (PDF full text)

 Parker, R.N. (2004). Alcohol and violence: Connections, evidence and possibilities for prevention. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, SARC Suppl. 2, 157-163. (PDF full text).

 R.N. Parker, D. Plechner, and D, Anderson-Facile. (2000). “La relazione tra alcol e omicidio e la diminuzione dei tassi di criminalita americani.” In M. Barbagli, ed., Perche E Diminutia la Criminalita negli stati uniti? Bologna, Italy: il Mulino Press, pp. 205-224, 2000.

R.N. Parker and D. Anderson-Facile. (2000). “Violent Crime Trends,” in J. Sheley, Criminology: A Contemporary Handbook, 3rd ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, pp. 191-214, 2000.





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