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Joseph Richardson Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 18 references in this bibliography folder.

Wical, W, Richardson, J, and Bullock, C (In press).
A Credible Messenger: The Role of the Violence Intervention Specialist in the Lives of Young Black Male Survivors of Violence
Violence and Gender.

Richardson, J and Van Brakle, M (2014).
Taking Boys Out of the Hood: Ethnographic Insights on Parenting Strategies for African-American Male Youth
New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 143:11-31.

Richardson, J, Johnson, W, and St. Vil, C (2014).
I want him locked up: Juvenile confinement as a parenting strategy for pre-delinquent African-American male youth
Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.

Robillard, A, Spencer, S, and Richardson, J (2014).
Expanding the African-American Studies paradigm to include health: A novel approach to promoting health equity
Journal of African-American Studies.

Khan, M, Rosen, D, Epperson, M, Goldberg, A, Hemberg, J, Richardson, J, and Perriman, T (2013).
Adolescent criminal justice involvement and sexually transmitted infection in a nationally-representative US sample
Journal of Urban Health, 90(4):717-728.

Richardson, J and Van Brakle, M (2013).
The everyday struggle: Social capital, youth violence and parenting strategies for urban, low-income Black male youth
Race and Social Problems, 5(4):262-280.

Richardson, J, Brown, J, and Van Brakle, M (2013).
Pathways to early violent death: The ‘voices’ of serious violent youth offenders
American Journal of Public Health.

Richardson, J (2012).
Beyond the playing field: Coaches as social capital for inner-city adolescent African-American males
Journal of African-American Studies, 16(2):171-194.

Richardson, J and Robillard, A (2012).
The least of these: Chronic exposure to violence and HIV risk among African-American male violent youth offenders detained in an adult jail
The Journal of Black Psychology.

Richardson, J (2011).
At Wits End: A Qualitative Study of the Relationship Between African-American Parenting Strategies, Social Capital, the Juvenile Justice System and Mental Healthcare for At-Risk Youth
Journal of Correctional Healthcare, 17(4):319-328.

Richardson, J (2010).
The Emerging Role of the African-American Uncle in the Lives of Single-Female Headed Households and At-risk African-American Youth
In: Social Work with African-Amerian Males: Health, Mental Health and Social Policy, ed. by Waldo E. Johnson, Oxford University Press, New York.

Richardson, J (2010).
Men do Matter: The Socially Supportive Role of the African American "Uncle" in the Lives of Single-Female headed Households and At-Risk African American Male Youth
In: Social Work with African American Males: Health, Mental Health and Social Policy, ed. by Waldo E. Johnson. Oxford University Press, New York, chap. 5, pp. 81-100.

Richardson, J, Brown, J, Godette, D, and Van Brakle, M (2010).
Qualitative Insights on the HIV Risk Behaviors Among Violent Youth Offenders
Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 49(8):520-535.

Richardson, J (2009).
Men Do Matter: Ethnographic Insights on the Socially Supportive Role of the African-American Uncle in the Lives of Inner-City African-American Male Youth
Journal of Family Issues, 30:1041-1069.

Schnavia, H, Toldson, I, Godette, D, and Richardson, J (2009).
Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and HIV Disparities in Correctional Settings: Practice and Policy Implications for African Americans
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.

Smith, E, Richardson, J, and Belue, R (2009).
Homicide and Violence among African American Youth: From Epidemic to Endemic?
In: Health Issues in the Black Community, ed. by R. Braithewaite, S. Taylor, and H. Treadwell. Oxford University Press, chap. 8, pp. 133-155.

Richardson, J (2006).
The Emerging Role of the African-American Uncle in the Lives Single-Female Headed Household and At-Risk African-American Male Youth
In: Social Work and Social Welfare Responses to African-American Males, ed. by Waldo E. Johnson, Oxford University Press.

Richardson, J (2005).
An Ethnographic Adolescent Life-Course Study of Social Capital in Communities and Families and the Impact on Serious Youth Violence Among At-Risk Early Adolescent African-American Males
In: Marginality, Power and Social Structure: Issues in Race, Class and Gender Analysis, ed. by Rutledge Dennis, vol. Research in Race and Ethnic Relations(12), JAI Press.

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