This awardee has received supplemental funding. This award detail page includes information about both the original award and supplemental awards.
Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2006, $113,203)
This research seeks to assess the extent to which the prosecution, conviction and enhanced sentences of offenders reduce repeat intimate partner violence. A secondary focus is to determine whether the effectiveness of criminal justice interventions is conditioned upon an offender's stakes in conformity (i.e., employment, marriage, etc.). The supplemental funding adds an additional three data sets to the project.
- Elder Abuse Survivor Equity (EASE) Study: National Longitudinal Trajectories and Translation for Practitioners and the Public
- We Met Them Where They Are, But Is It Enough? A Qualitative Examination Of A Co-Response Outreach Program Servicing Vulnerable Populations in Philadelphia
- Ontogenetic Study of the Pelvis Through Examination of Interlandmark Distances and Geometric Morphometric Analyses: Implications for Subadult Sex and Age Estimation