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Peguero recent bibliography

Koo, D. J., Peguero, A. A., & Shekarkhar, Z. (2012). Gender, immigration, and school victimization. Victims & Offenders, 7(1), 77-96. doi:10.1080/15564886.2011.629773

Peguero, A. A. (2011). Reflections of a latino junior scholar. Latino Studies, 9(4), 466-472. doi:10.1057/lst.2011.50

Peguero, A. A. (2011). Violence, schools, and dropping out: Racial and ethnic disparities in the educational consequence of student victimization. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(18), 3753-3772. doi:10.1177/0886260511403764

Peguero, A. A., & Popp, A. M. (2012). Youth violence at school and the intersection of gender, race, and ethnicity. Journal of Criminal Justice, 40(1), 1-9. doi:10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2011.11.005

Peguero, A. A., & Shekarkhar, Z. (2011). Latina Exposure to Violence at School. Justice Policy Journal, 8(2), 2-26.

Date

April 6, 2012


Anthony A. Peguero

    Anthony A. Peguero

Anthony A. Peguero is an assistant professor of Sociology and research affiliate of the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention at Virginia Tech. His research interests involve adolescent violence, socialization and marginalization, school bullying, race and ethnicity, and the adaptation of the children immigrants. He serves as on the editorial board for the journal of Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice and the Crime and Deviance Section of Sociology Compass. Dr. Peguero is also a member of the Racial Democracy, Crime, and Justice Network which holds the dual goals of advancing research on the intersection of race, crime and justice and of promoting racial democracy within the study of these issues by supporting junior scholars from under-represented groups.


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