Tia Stevens Andersen
Undergraduate Program Director
|Department:||Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Arts and Sciences
|Office:||Currell College, Room 206|
|Resources:||Curriculum Vitae [pdf]
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Ph.D. 2013, Michigan State University, Criminal justice
- M.A. 2006, Bowling Green State University, Sociology
- B.A. 2004, Oakland University, Sociology
- Juvenile justice system processing
- Girls' delinquency and programming
- Gender and racial inequalities in the juvenile justice system
- Prisoner reentry
- Feminist theory
- Intersections of race, class, and gender
Andersen, T. S. & Ouellette, H. (Forthcoming). Juvenile court outcomes following youths' first arrest: A national test of the racial and ethnic threat hypothesis. Crime & Delinquency.
Leasure, P. & Andersen, T. S. (Forthcoming). Race, criminal records, and certificates of relief: An experimental study of employment outcomes. Deviant Behavior.
Andersen, T. S., Isom Scott, D., & Collins, K. (2018). Constructing the "bad girls" hype: An intersectional analysis of new media's depictions of violent girls. In K. McQueeney & A. Malone (eds.), Girls, Aggression, and Intersectionality: Transforming the Discourse of "Mean Girls" in the United States (pp. 24-44). New York: Routledge.