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JACQUELINE JOHNSON

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

SOCIOLOGY

BLODGETT HALL
ROOM 105D

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Diplomas/Degrees

Ph.D. Sociology, North Carolina State University (1997)
M.S. Sociology, North Carolina State University (1994)
M.F.A. Environmental Design, East Carolina University (1986)

Recent Courses

Contemporary Development Criminal Justice
Crime And Punishment
S/T: Race And Crime In The United States
S/T: Writing In The Discipline
S/T: Writing The The Discipline
Social Problems

Teaching Specializations/Interests

Race and crime
Illegal markets and crime
Spacial dynamics of crime
Crime and inequality

Research Interests

Illegal cigarette markets
Residential segregation and homicide
Causes and consequences of mass incarceration in the U.S.
Structures of race and racialization in the U.S.

Grants/Sponsored Research

2015 Adelphi University. Faculty Development Grant. “Illegal Markets for a Legal Drug: The Illegal Cigarette Market in the South Bronx.” ($2000)

2015 Adelphi University. Center for Health Innovations. Summer Scholar.

2014 Adelphi University. Center for Health Innovations. Summer Scholar.

2008 Crime and Justice Summer Research Institute. Criminal Justice Research Center, The Ohio State University. Funded by the National Science Foundation and Ohio State University (July 7 – 25, 2008)

Book Chapters

Klaus von Lampe, Marin Kurti, and Jacqueline Johnson (2015). The Link Between Poverty and Crime: Views from Consumers in the Cigarette Black Market in the South Bronx. In Petrus C. van Duyne, Almir Maljevic, Georgios A. Antonopoulos, Jackie Harvey, and Klaus von Lampe (Eds.). The Relativity of Wrongdoing: Corruption, Organized Crime, Fraud and Money Laundering in Perspective. (pp. 213-228). Oisterwijk, Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers.

Johnson, Kecia R. and Jacqueline Johnson (2012). Racial Disadvantage and Incarceration: Sources of Wage Inequality among African American, Latino, and White Men. In John Betancur and Cedric Herring (Eds.). Reinventing Race, Reinventing Racism. (pp. Forthcoming). Leiden, Netherlands: Brill Academic.

Johnson, Jacqueline (1998). Finding Myself Among the Long-Haired Women: Reflections on Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Feminist Identity. In Myers, Kristen A., Cynthia D. Anderson and Barbara J. Risman (Eds.). Feminist Foundations. (pp. 397-402). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.


Refereed Articles

Marin Kurti, Klaus von Lampe, and Jacqueline Johnson (2015), The Intended and Unintended Consequences of a Legal Measure to Cut the Flow of Illegal Cigarettes Into New York City: The Case of the South Bronx. American Journal of Public Health, 105, 750-756.

Johnson, Jacqueline (2011), Mass Incarceration: A Contemporary Mechanism of Racialization in the U.S. Gonzaga Law Review, 47(2), 301-318.

Dickerson vonLockette, Niki T., and Jacqueline Johnson (2010), Latino Empowerment and Residential Segregation in Metropolitan Labor Markets. DuBois Review, 7, 151-184.

Johnson, Jacqueline, Sharon Rush, and Joe Feagin (2000), Doing Anti-Racism: Toward an Egalitarian American Society. Contemporary Sociology, 29, 95-110.


Invited Presentation/Lecture

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Jacqueline Johnson (2014, July). The Illegal Cigarette Market in The South Bronx.” A Cautionary Tale for the Marijuana Market. Drug Policy Alliance, New York, NY.

Jacqueline Johnson, Marin Kurti, and Klaus von Lampe (2014, June). You Drop Your Dollar and Keep it Pushing: Perceptions and Behaviors Regarding the Illegal Cigarette Market in the South Bronx. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, New York, NY.

Jacqueline Johnson, Marin Kurti, and Klaus von Lampe (2013, April). Controlling the Supply: The Illegal Cigarette Market in the South Bronx After a Tax Amendment. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, New York, NY.

Jacqueline Johnson (2012, April). Mass Incarceration and the Stigma of Black Male Criminalit. Trayvon Martin Town Hall Discussion, Organized by the Adelphi University Diversity Committee, Garden City, NY.

Johnson, Jacqueline (2010, March). Teaching Challenging Subjects in Gender, Sexuality, and Race. Panel Session sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Women. Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meetings, Boston, MA.

Johnson, Jacqueline (2008, February). Structural Racism. Talk About It: Forum on Race, Fordham University.


Conference Presentations/Papers

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Giovani Burgos and Jacqueline Johnson (2015). Income Inequality and Residential Segregation: A Multilevel Latent Factor Analyses of Inter-Racial and Inter-Ethnic Homicide. In Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meetings. Orlando, FL.

Jacqueline Johnson (2014). You Drop Your Dollar and Keep it Pushing: Perceptions and Behaviors Regarding the Illegal Cigarette Market in the South Bronx. In American Society of Criminology Annual Meetings. San Francisco, CA.

Jacqueline Johnson, Marin Kurti, and Klaus von Lampe (2013). Illegal Markets for Legal Drugs: The Illegal Cigarette Market in the South Bronx. In Challenging Punishment: Race, Public Health, and the War on Drugs. Columbia University, New York, NY.

Jacqueline Johnson, Klaus von Lampe, and Marin Kurti (2012). The Illegal Cigarette Market in the South Bronx. In American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

Jacqueline Johnson (2012). Mass incarceration as a contemporary mechanism of racialization in the United States, United Kingdom, and Brazi. In The Second International Sociological Association Forum. Buenos Aries, Argentina.

Jacqueline Johnson (2012). Mass Incarceration and Racialization in the United States. In Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meetings. New York, NY.

Jacqueline Johnson (2011). Mass Incarceration: A Contemporary Mechanism of Racialization in the U.S. In Race and Criminal Justice in the West. Gonzaga University School of Law, Spokane, WA.

Jacqueline Johnson (2011). Mass Incarceration, Racialization, and Structural Disadvantage in an Era of Color-blindness. In Association of Black Sociologists Annual Meetings. Las Vegas, NV.

Jacqueline Johnson, Jessica Klein, and Colby Prusecki (2009). Status Conflicts in America: Schools, Prisons, and Walmart. In New Left Forum. Pace University, New York, NY.

Jacqueline Johnson and Kecia R. Johnson (2008). Black Concentration, Mass Incarceration, and Wage Inequality Among Men. In Racial Democracy, Crime and Justice Network (RDCJN) Meeting. Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Jacqueline Johnson and Kecia R. Johnson (2007). Racial Disadvantage and Incarceration: Sources of Wage Inequality among African American, Latino and White Men. In Association of Black Sociologists Annual Meetings. New York, NY.

Jacqueline Johnson and Kecia R. Johnson (2006). Penalties Compounded for African American Men: Incarceration, Earnings, and Racial Inequality in Labor Markets. In American Sociological Association Annual Meetings. Montreal, Canada.

Jacqueline Johnson (1999). Racial Variations in Late-Career Earnings Between Black and White Women. In Association of Black Sociologists Annual Meetings. Chicago, IL.

Jacqueline Johnson (1998). Job Search Strategies among Recent College Graduates. In Society of the Study of Social Problems. San Francisco.


Professional Activities

Leadership:
Chair, Committee on the Status of Minorities, Eastern Sociological Society (2007-2015

Professional Organizations:
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2013-present
American Criminological Association, 2011-present
American Sociological Association, 1995- present
Eastern Sociological Society, 2001-present
International Sociological Association, 2011-present
Racial Democracy, Crime, and Justice Network, 2008-present