Published (or forthcoming) peer-reviewed articles (links to PDFs or documents, as available)

updated: June 18, 2006

Pridemore, W.A., Chamlin, M.B., & Cochran, J.K. (2007). An interrupted time series analysis of Durkheim's social deregulation thesis: The case of the Russian Federation. Forthcoming in Justice Quarterly.

Pridemore, W.A. (2006). Heavy drinking and suicide mortality in Russia. Forthcoming in Social Forces.

Freilich, J.D. & Pridemore, W.A. (2006). Mismeasuring militias: The methodological limitations of state-level studies of paramilitary groups. Justice Quarterly, 23, 147-162.

Pridemore, W.A. & Chamlin, M.B. (2006). A time series analysis of the effects of heavy drinking on homicide and suicide rates in Russia. Forthcoming in Addiction.

Pridemore, W.A. (2006). Change and stability in the characteristics of homicide victims, offenders, and incidents during rapid social change. Forthcoming in British Journal of Criminology.

Stickley, A. & Pridemore, W.A. (2006). The social structural correlates of homicide in late Tsarist Russia. Forthcoming in British Journal of Criminology.

Pridemore, W.A. & Kim, S.W. (2006). Democratization and political change as threats to collective sentiments: Testing Durkheim in Russia. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 605, 82-103.

Pridemore, W.A. & Freilich, J.D. (2006). A test of recent subcultural explanations of white violence in the United States. Journal of Criminal Justice, 34, 1-16.

Pridemore, W.A. & Kim, S.W. (2006). Patterns of alcohol-related mortality in Russia. Journal of Drug Issues, 35, 229-248.

Pridemore, W.A. & Kim, S.W. (2006). Negative socioeconomic change and crime in a transitional society. Forthcoming in The Sociological Quarterly.

Pridemore, W.A. (2006). An exploratory analysis of homicide victims, offenders, and events in Russia. International Criminal Justice Review, 16, 5-23.

Kim, S.W. & Pridemore, W.A. (2005). Social change, institutional anomie, and serious property crime in transitional Russia. British Journal of Criminology, 45, 81-97.

Pridemore, W.A. (2005). Social structure and homicide in post-Soviet Russia. Social Science Research, 34, 732-756.

Pridemore, W.A., Damphousse, K.R., & Moore, R.K. (2005). Obtaining sensitive information from a wary population: A comparison of telephone and face-to-face surveys of welfare recipients in the United States. Social Science & Medicine, 61, 976-984.

Pridemore, W.A. (2005). A cautionary note on using county-level crime and homicide data. Homicide Studies, 9, 256-268.

Kim, S.W. & Pridemore, W.A. (2005). Poverty, socioeconomic change, institutional anomie, and homicide. Social Science Quarterly, 86, 1377-1398.

Pridemore, W.A. & Freilich, J.D. (2005). Gender equity, traditional masculine culture, and female homicide victimization. Journal of Criminal Justice, 33, 213-223.

Kim, S.W. & Pridemore, W.A. (2005). Social support and homicide in transitional Russia. Journal of Criminal Justice, 33, 561-572.

Freilich, J.D. & Pridemore, W.A. (2005). A reassessment of state-level covariates of militia groups. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 23, 527-546.

Pridemore, W.A. & Shkolnikov, V.M. (2004). Education and marriage as protective factors against homicide mortality: Methodological and substantive findings from Moscow. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 20 , 173-187.

Pridemore, W.A. (2004). Weekend effects on binge drinking and homicide mortality: Preliminary evidence for the social connection between alcohol and violence in Russia. Addiction, 99 , 1034-1041.

Pridemore, W.A. (2004). Alcohol poisonings, drinking behavior, and violence in Russia: A reply to Rossow. Addiction, 99 , 1356-1358.

Spivak, A.L. & Pridemore, W.A. (2004). Conscription and reform in the post-Soviet Russian army. Problems of Post-Communism, 51 (6), 33-43.

Pridemore, W.A. (2004). Review of the literature on risk and protective factors of offending among Native Americans. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 2 (4), 45-63.

Treadwell, A. & Pridemore, W.A. (2004). Purchasing power: Consumer empowerment and adaptation to the free market in Russia. Journal of Consumer Policy, 27 , 451-474.

Hoffmann, T. & Pridemore, W.A. (2004). Esau's birthright and Jacob's pottage: A brief look at Orthodox-Methodist ecumenism in Russia during two periods of the 20 th century. Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, 12 , 465-479.

Pridemore, W.A. (2003). Measuring homicide in Russia: A comparison of estimates from the crime and vital statistics reporting systems. Social Science and Medicine, 57 , 1343-1354.

Pridemore, W.A. (2003). Recognizing homicide as a public health threat: Toward an integration of sociological and public health perspectives in the study of violence. Homicide Studies, 7 , 182-205.

Pridemore, W.A. & Spivak, A.L. (2003). Patterns of suicide mortality in Russia. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 33, 132-150.

Pridemore, W.A. (2003). Demographic, temporal, and spatial patterns of homicide rates in Russia. European Sociological Review, 19 , 41-59.

Markovskaya, A.A., Pridemore, W.A., & Nakajima, C. (2003). Laws without teeth: An overview of the problems associated with corruption in Ukraine. Crime, Law, and Social Change, 39 , 193-213.

Pridemore, W.A. (2002). Vodka and violence: Alcohol consumption and homicide rates in Russia. American Journal of Public Health, 92 , 1921-1930.

Chervyakov, V.V., Shkolnikov, V.M., Pridemore, W.A., & McKee, M. (2002). The changing nature of murder in Russia. Social Science and Medicine, 55, 1713-1724.

Pridemore, W.A. (2002). Social problems and patterns of juvenile delinquency in transitional Russia. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 39, 187-213.

Pridemore, W.A. (2002). What we know about social structure and homicide: A review of the theoretical and empirical literature. Violence & Victims, 17 , 127-156.

Pridemore, W.A. (2001). State-sanctioned homophobia: Statutory discrimination against homosexual parents. Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 38, 72-82.

Pridemore, W.A. (2001). Using newly available homicide data to debunk two myths about violence in an international context. Homicide Studies, 5 , 266-275.

Pridemore, W.A. (2001). An empirical examination of executions and commutations in post- Furman capital cases. Justice Quarterly, 17 , 159-183.