2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in United States Leader Award
2018 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
2014 - Distinguished Scholarly Book Award, American Sociological Association
2007 - Fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
2006 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2005 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Robert J. Sampson connects relevant research areas such as Friendship and Collective efficacy in the realm of Social psychology. Friendship and Social psychology are two areas of study in which Robert J. Sampson engages in interdisciplinary work. His study on Developmental psychology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Life course approach and Juvenile delinquency. His Social science research is linked to Collective efficacy and Social control, among other subjects. In his research, Robert J. Sampson performs multidisciplinary study on Criminology and Social control. Robert J. Sampson integrates Law with Criminology in his study. While working on this project, Robert J. Sampson studies both Statistics and Deviance (statistics). He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Deviance (statistics) and Statistics in his work. His study deals with a combination of Demography and Social science.
In the subject of general Inequality, his work in Mathematical analysis is often linked to Demographic economics, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Mathematical analysis is often connected to Inequality in his work. By researching both Criminology and Law, Robert J. Sampson produces research that crosses academic boundaries. In his works, Robert J. Sampson conducts interdisciplinary research on Law and Criminology. Many of his studies on Demography involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Population. His Demography research extends to Population, which is thematically connected. Robert J. Sampson merges many fields, such as Archaeology and Context (archaeology), in his writings. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Context (archaeology) and Archaeology through his works.
His study on Law is interrelated to topics such as Disadvantage and Poverty. Robert J. Sampson is involved in relevant fields of research such as Disadvantaged, Gentrification and Poverty in the domain of Economic growth. Gentrification is frequently linked to Economic growth in his study. While working in this field, Robert J. Sampson studies both Demography and Demographic economics. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Demographic economics and Demography in his work. His Mathematical analysis study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Inequality. His Mathematical analysis research extends to the thematically linked field of Inequality. As part of his studies on Population, he often connects relevant subjects like Census. His Census study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Population.
His study looks at the intersection of Geomorphology and topics like Lead (geology) with Paleontology. His Lead (geology) research extends to Paleontology, which is thematically connected. Law overlaps with fields such as Politics, Causation and Criminology in his research. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Criminology and Law through his research. His work in Social science is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Environmental sociology and Sociological research. His Environmental sociology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Social science. Developmental psychology is integrated with Longitudinal study and Early childhood in his study. His work often combines Longitudinal study and Developmental psychology studies. Many of his studies on Mathematical analysis apply to Neighbourhood (mathematics) as well.
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Neighborhoods and Violent Crime: A Multilevel Study of Collective Efficacy
Robert J. Sampson;Stephen W. Raudenbush;Felton James Earls.
Community Structure and Crime: Testing Social-Disorganization Theory
Robert J. Sampson;W. Byron Groves.
American Journal of Sociology (1989)
Crime in the Making: Pathways and Turning Points Through Life.
Robert A. Silverman;Robert J. Sampson;John H. Laub.
Social Forces (1994)
ASSESSING "NEIGHBORHOOD EFFECTS": Social Processes and New Directions in Research
Robert J. Sampson;Jeffrey D. Morenoff;Thomas Gannon-Rowley.
Review of Sociology (2002)
Great American City: Chicago and the Enduring Neighborhood Effect
Robert J. Sampson.
Systematic Social Observation of Public Spaces: A New Look at Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods
Robert J. Sampson;Stephen W. Raudenbush.
American Journal of Sociology (1999)
Beyond Social Capital: Spatial Dynamics of Collective Efficacy for Children
Robert J. Sampson;Jeffrey D. Morenoff;Felton Earls.
American Sociological Review (1999)
Neighborhood inequality, collective efficacy, and the spatial dynamics of urban violence
Jeffrey D. Morenoff;Robert J. Sampson;Stephen W. Raudenbush.
Shared beginnings, divergent lives : delinquent boys to age 70
John H. Laub;Robert J. Sampson.
Canadian Journal of Sociology-cahiers Canadiens De Sociologie (2007)
Toward a Theory of Race, Crime, and Urban Inequality
Robert J. Sampson;William J. Wilson.
Crime and Inequality (1995)
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