Eric P. Baumer mainly focuses on Homicide, Criminology, Social psychology, Human factors and ergonomics and Multilevel model. His Homicide research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Demographic economics, Social status, Social capital and Social mobility. His Demographic economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Actuarial science and Voting.
Eric P. Baumer mostly deals with Imprisonment in his studies of Criminology. His work on Fear of crime as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Context, thus linking different fields of science. His Human factors and ergonomics study frequently links to other fields, such as Suicide prevention.
Eric P. Baumer focuses on Criminology, Human factors and ergonomics, Social psychology, Suicide prevention and Homicide. His Criminology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Punitive damages and Social capital. The Social capital study combines topics in areas such as Social mobility, Actuarial science and Social status.
Eric P. Baumer regularly ties together related areas like Injury prevention in his Human factors and ergonomics studies. His research in the fields of National Crime Victimization Survey overlaps with other disciplines such as Occupational safety and health. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Disadvantage, Socioeconomic status, Social environment and Educational attainment.
His main research concerns Criminology, Immigration, Multilevel model, Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention. His Criminology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Racial threat. His Immigration study incorporates themes from Concentrated Disadvantage, Census and Demographic economics.
Many of his Multilevel model research pursuits overlap with Race ethnicity, Stratification, Demography, Violence risk and Social psychology. In most of his Human factors and ergonomics studies, his work intersects topics such as Injury prevention. His study on Occupational safety and health is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Justice.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Criminology, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Occupational safety and health. Criminology is often connected to Immigration in his work. Eric P. Baumer integrates many fields, such as Immigration and engineering, in his works.
His Critical assessment research spans across into fields like Criminal behavior, Blueprint, Cultural criminology, Street crime and Conceptual framework. His research ties Property crime and Criminal behavior together. Help-seeking is connected with Justice and Crime victims in his research.
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Social Capital and Homicide
Richard Rosenfeld;Steven F. Messner;Eric P. Baumer.
Social Forces (2001)
NEIGHBORHOOD DISADVANTAGE AND POLICE NOTIFICATION BY VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE
Eric P. Baumer.
Dimensions of Social Capital and Rates of Criminal Homicide
Steven F. Messner;Eric P. Baumer;Richard Rosenfeld.
American Sociological Review (2004)
Explaining spatial variation in support for capital punishment: A multilevel analysis
Eric P. Baumer;Steven F. Messner;Richard Rosenfeld.
American Journal of Sociology (2003)
Did Ceasefire, Compstat, and Exile Reduce Homicide?
Richard Rosenfeld;Robert Fornango;Eric Baumer.
Criminology and public policy (2005)
The Influence of Crack Cocaine on Robbery, Burglary, and Homicide Rates: A Cross-City, Longitudinal Analysis:
Eric Baumer;Janet L. Lauritsen;Richard Rosenfeld;Roosevelt Wright.
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (1998)
Community Effects on Youth Sexual Activity
Eric P. Baumer;Scott J. South.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2001)
Reassessing and Redirecting Research on Race and Sentencing
Eric P. Baumer.
Justice Quarterly (2013)
Deciphering Community and Race Effects on Adolescent Premarital Childbearing
Scott J. South;Eric P. Baumer.
Social Forces (2000)
Reporting crime to the police, 1973–2005: a multivariate analysis of long‐term trends in the National Crime Survey (NCS) and National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS)
Eric P. Baumer;Janet L. Lauritsen.
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