Selected Recent Journal Articles
Weiss, K.G., Addington, L.A. & Nolan, J.J. (2018). Is Gender a Discretionary Factor in Reporting and Arrests of Non-Fatal Violent Crime? Women and Criminal Justice, 28, 1-18.
Addington, L.A. (2017). What is the effect of being bullied?: Comparing direct harms of bullying experienced by LGB and non-LGB students. Journal of Family Strengths, 17(2), Article 7. http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1356&context=jfs
Addington, L.A. (2016). Using Constitutional Law Classes to Address the “Civic Empowerment Gap” among Inner-City Public High School Students. Education and Urban Society, 48, 807-826.
Lynch, J.P. & Addington, L.A. (2015). Crime Trends and the Elasticity of Evil: Has a Broadening View of Violence Affected Our Statistical Indicators? Crime & Justice, 44, 297-331.
Addington, L.A. & Rennison, C.M. (2015). Keeping the Barbarians outside the Gate?: Comparing Burglary Victimization in Gated and Non-Gated Communities. Justice Quarterly, 32, 168-192.
Rennison, C.M. & Addington, L.A. (2014). Violence Against College Women: A Review to Identify Limitations in Defining the Problem and Inform Future Research. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 15, 159-169.
Addington, L.A. & Perumean-Chaney, S (2014). Fatal and Non-Fatal Intimate Partner Violence: What Separates the Men from the Women for Victimizations Reported to Police. Homicide Studies, 18, 196-219.
Addington, L.A. (2013). Reporting and Clearance of Cyberbullying Incidents: Applying “Offline” Theories to Online Victims. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 29, 454-474.
Addington, L.A. (2013). Who You Calling Old?: Measuring “Elderly” and What It Means for Homicide Research. Homicide Studies, 17, 134-153.
Addington, L.A. & Yablon, Y.B. (2011). A Cross-National Examination of Fear and Violence in Disadvantaged Schools: US and Israeli Student Experiences. Victims & Offenders, 6, 325-340.
Addington, L.A. & Yablon, Y. (2011). How Safe Do Students Feel at School and While Traveling to School?: A Comparative Look at Israel and the United States. American Journal of Education, 117, 465-493.
Yablon, Y.B. & Addington, L.A. (2010). Putting Students’ Views of Safety into Context: A Comparison of Adolescent Fear across Locations in Israel. Journal of School Violence, 9, 407-422.
Addington, L.A. (2009). Cops and Cameras: Public School Security as a Policy Response to Columbine. American Behavioral Scientist, 52, 1426-1446.
Addington, L.A. & Rennison, C.M. (2008). Co-Occurring Rape: Do Additional Crimes Affect How Victims and Police Respond to Rape? Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 24, 205-226.
Selected Recent Book Chapters
Addington, L.A. (2015). Research Adventures with “Kinda Big” Data: Using NIBRS to Study Crime. In Maltz, M.D. & Rice, S. (editors). Envisioning Criminology: A Handbook of Emerging Research Strategies for Studying Crime and Justice (pp. 157-163) New York: Springer Science+ Business Media.
Addington, L.A. (2014). The Development of the UCR and the NCVS and Their Contribution to Criminology. In Dugan, L., Weisburd, D. & Bruinsma, G. (editors). Criminology & Criminal Justice — The History of Methods and Statistics (pp. 1043-1053). New York: Springer Science+ Business Media.
Addington, L.A. (2014). Surveillance and Security Approaches across Public School Levels. In Muschert, G., Henry, S., Bracy, N.L. & Peguero, A. (editors). Responding to School Violence: Confronting the Columbine Effect (pp. 71-88). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Lynch, J.P. & Addington, L.A. (2010). Identifying and Addressing Response Errors in Self-Report Surveys. In Weisburd, D. & Piquero, A.P. (co-editors). Handbook of Quantitative Criminology (pp. 251-272). New York: Springer Science+Business Media.