Piquero, Nicole Leeper
Nicole Leeper Piquero joined the UT Dallas Faculty in 2011 and is the Robert E. Holmes Jr. Professor of Criminology. Her reseazrch interests include:
- White-Collar Crime
- Criminological Theory
- Women and Crime
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Staying Home, Staying Safe? A Short-Term Analysis of COVID-19 on Dallas Domestic Violence (Springer Nature, 2020-06-14)COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the lives of persons around the world and social scientists are just beginning to understand its consequences on human behavior. One policy that public health officials put in place to help ...
Do (Sex) Crimes Increase during the United States Formula 1 Grand Prix? (Springer Nature, 2019-12-17)Objectives: We examine whether violent, property, or sex trafficking–related crime increased during the 2018 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. Methods: Ordinary least squares regression models, time ...
Just Do It? An Examination of Race on Attitudes Associated with Nike’s Advertisement Featuring Colin Kaepernick The relationship between race and just about any social issue has been and continues to be controversial. Within the context of literature on public opinion regarding sports and social movements, this study considers the ...
White-Collar Crime Is Crime: Victims Hurt Just the Same No abstract available. From the beginning of the article: "Scholars examining public perceptions of crime seriousness have long shown, through their findings, that white‐collar crimes are considered as equally serious as ...
Crime in College Predicts Violent Crime in the National Football League The relationship between past and future crime is one of the most robust findings within criminology. Yet, there have been few attempts to examine whether this linkage holds in specific employment arenas. In this study, ...