Professor of Sociology and Criminology and Criminal Justice
Ph.D., 1977, Sociology
Bowling Green State University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Resume / CV
Professor Marshall has a joint appointment in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. She has degrees from Tilburg University (the Netherlands), the College of William and Mary (USA), and Bowling Green State University (USA). She has been a professor at Youngstown State University (1977-1980), the University of Nebraska-Omaha (1980-2005) and a visiting professor at the Faculty of Law at Catholic University Leuven (Belgium). She serves on the editorial board of several international and national journals. Professor Marshall has served as the American Society of Criminology Lead Liaison to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (2005-2011). Professor Marshall specializes in comparative and international criminology and crime policy, migration and crime, self-report methodology, juvenile delinquency and criminal careers. Her current research focuses on cross-national surveys of juvenile delinquency and comparative examination of homicide. Professor Marshall is the chair of the Steering Committee of the International Self-Report Study of Delinquency (ISRD), an international collaborative study with participants from countries all over the globe (www.northeastern.edu/isrd). She recently received a grant – together with Ekatarina Botchkovar – from NSF to conduct an expanded version of the ISRD project in the US (together with colleagues from Germany, UK, France and the Netherlands) (www.UPYC_US.com).
Books and Edited Works:
- J. Junger-Tas, Ineke Haen Marshall, Dirk Enzmann, Martin Killias, Majone Steketee & Beata Gruszczynska, The Many Faces of Youth Crime: Contrasting Theoretical Perspectives on Juvenile Delinquency across Countries and Cultures, New York: Springer (2012) www.springerlink.com/index/L1904K25632N5H7V
- J. Junger-Tas, I. Haen Marshall, D. Enzmann, M. Killias, M. Steketee & B Gruszcynska (Eds.),Juvenile Delinquency in Europe and Beyond: Results of the Second International Self-Report Delinquency Study, New York: Springer (2010) http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/criminology/book/978-0-387-95981-8?detailsPage=authorsAndEditors
- Kristiina Kangaspunta and Ineke Haen Marshall (eds.), Eco-Crime and Justice. Essays on Environmental Crime. Turin, Italy: United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) (2009)
- J. Junger-Tas, I. Haen Marshall and D. Ribeaud, with M. Killias, Ni He, Christopher E. Marshall, M. Bjorn, U. Gatti, Delinquency in an International Perspective: The International Self-Report Delinquency Study, Criminal Justice Press, Monsey, USA and Kugler Publication, the Hague, the Netherlands (2003)
- Ineke Haen Marshall (Ed.) Minorities and Crime: Diversity and Similarity across Europe and the United States. Sage Publications (1997) .
- Ed. Leuw and Ineke Haen Marshall (Eds). Between Prohibition and Legalization: The Dutch Experiment in Drug Policy. Amstelveen, the Netherlands: Kugler Publications (1994, 1996) (335 pages).
- Ling Ren, Jihong Zhao, Ni He, Ineke Haen Marshall, Hongwei Zhang, Ruohui Zhao &Cheng Jin, Testing for measurement invariance of attachment across Chinese and American adolescent samples. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology First published on January 13, 2015 as doi:10.1177/0306624X14566602
- Yi-Fen Lu, Yi-Chun Yu, Ling Ren & Ineke Haen Marshall. Exploring the Utility of Self-Control Theory for Risky Behavior and Minor Delinquency among Chinese Adolescents; published online 27 December 2012 DOI:10.1177/104398621247 1240, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice February 2013, 29 (1): 32-52
- Ineke Haen Marshall & Hans Boutellier, “Josine Junger-Tas: the life and works of a compassionate criminologist,” European Journal of Criminal Policy and Research, 19, 2 (2013):71-84.
- Webb, J. Vincent, Ling Ren, Jihong Solomon Zhao, Ni He, & Ineke Haen Marshall. A comparative study of youth gangs in China and the United States: Definition, offending and victimization. International Criminal Justice Review, 21, 3 (2011):1-18.
- Sean Maddan, J. Mittchell Miller, Jeffrey T. Walker & Ineke Haen Marshall. Utilizing criminal history information to explore the effect of community notification on sex offender recidivism. Justice Quarterly 28, 2 (2011): 303-324.
- Ineke Haen Marshall, ’Pourquoi Pas?’ Versus ‘Absolutely Not!’ Cross-national differences in and pupils for survey research. European Journal of Criminal Policy and Research (2010) 16:89-109.
- Dirk Enzmann, Ineke Haen Marshall, Martin Killias, Josine Junger-Tas, Majone Steketee & Beata Gruszczynska, Self-Reported youth delinquency in Europe and beyond: First results of the Second ISRD (International Self-Report Study) in the context of police and victimization data. European Journal of Criminology, 7, 2 (2010):159-183.
- Ineke Haen Marshall, Chris E. Marshall and Ling Ren. Mixed method measurement of homicide events in comparative research: An illustration of the potential of Qualitative Comparative Analysis. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 33, 2 (2009): 273-308.
- Ineke Haen Marshall and Rebecca Carolyn Block. Maximizing the quality of cross-national data on levels of violence. Homicide Studies 8, 3, 267-310 (2004).
- Ineke Haen Marshall, The criminological enterprise in Europe and the United States: A contextual exploration. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 9: 235-257 (2001).
[Reprinted in S. Cote, Criminological Theories: Bridging the Past to the Future (2002, Sage Publications; and Nick Larsen and Russell Smandych, Global Criminology and Criminal Justice: Current Issues and Perspectives, 2008, Broadview Press]
- Ineke Haen Marshall. Vuurwapens en geweld in international perspectief. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 42,2 (2000):118-129. [Translation: Firearms and Violence in International Perspective]
- J. Junger-Tas and Ineke Haen Marshall. The self-report methodology in crime research: Strengths and weaknesses. Pp. 291-367 in M.Tonry (ed.), Crime and Justice, Volume 25 (University of Chicago Press, January 1999)
- Ineke Haen Marshall. Internationalisering van criminologie: Implicaties voor theoretische integratie. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 40,2 (1998):176-184. [Translation: Internationalisation of Criminology: Implications for Theoretical Integration]. [Reprinted in G. Bruinsma, W. Huisman and R. van Swaaningen (eds). Basisteksten in de Criminologie 1. Den Haag:Boom Jurisdische Uitgevers 2005, pp. 367-373]
- Ineke Haen Marshall. De predictie van geweldscriminaliteit. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie 40, 1(1998): 2-20. [Translation: The Prediction of Violent Criminality].
- Ni He and Ineke Haen Marshall. Social production of crime data: A critical Eeamination of Chinese crime statistics. International Criminal Justice Review 7 (1997):31-45.
- Ineke Haen Marshall and Chris Marshall. Immigrants, crime, and prison commitments in the Netherlands: A time series analysis (1952-1988). Criminal Justice Policy Review 1 (1997):25-55.
- M. Junger and Ineke Haen Marshall. The Inter-ethnic generalizability of social control theory: An empirical test. The Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 3, 1 (February, 1997): 79-112.
- Ineke Haen Marshall. How exceptional is the United States? Crime trends in Europe and the United States. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 4, 2 (1996):8-35.
- Ineke Haen Marshall. De methode van zelfrapportage: Aanzet tot een rationele benadering, [Translation: The self-report method: A rational choice approach]. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie 38, 1 (1996):2-20.
- J. Horney, W. D. Osgood and I. Haen Marshall. Criminal careers in the short-term: Intra-individual variability in crime and its relation to local life circumstances.” American Sociological Review 60, 5 (October 1995): 655-673
- An abbreviated version of this article has been published by the National Institute of Justice Research Preview (June 1996), “Adult Patterns of Criminal Behavior”.
- Reprinted in: Piquero and P. Mazerolle (eds.), Life Course Criminology. Contemporary and Classic Readings. Wadsworth, 2001.
- J. Horney and I. Haen Marshall. Risk perceptions among serious offenders: The role of crime and punishment. Criminology 30 (November 1992): 575-594
Reprinted in Shawn Bushway and David Weisburd (2005), Quantitative Methods in Criminology. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 237-256.
- J. Horney and I. Haen Marshall. An experimental comparison of two self-report methods for measuring lambda. The Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 29 (1992): 102-121.
- J. Horney and I. Haen Marshall. Measuring lambda through self-reports. Criminology 29 (August 1991): 471-495.
- Ineke Haen Marshall, Oscar Anjewierden and Hans Atteveld. Toward an ‘Americanization’ of Dutch drug policy? The Justice Quarterly 7 (June 1990): 391-420.
- Vince Webb and Ineke Haen Marshall. Response to criminal victimization by older Americans. Criminal Justice and Behavior 16 (June 1989): 239-259.
- Ineke Haen Marshall and Vince Webb. Fighting back: A test of the subculture of violence thesis. Criminal Justice Policy Review 2 (1987): 325-336.
- Ineke Haen Marshall. Trends in crime rates, certainty of punishment and severity of punishment in the Netherlands. Criminal Justice Policy Review 2 (March 1987): 21-52.
- Ineke Haen Marshall, Vince Webb and Dennis Hoffmann. Women as terrorists. Resources for Feminist Research/Documentation Sur La Recherche Feministe 13 (Dec/Jan 1985-1986): 20-22.
- Ineke Haen Marshall and Chris E. Marshall. Toward a refinement of purpose in comparative criminological research: Research site selection in focus. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 7 (Spring, 1983): 84 97.
- Ineke Haen Marshall and Charles W. Thomas. Discretionary decision making and the juvenile court. Juvenile and Family Court Journal 34 (August 1983): 47 59.
- Ineke Haen Marshall. Discretion in the juvenile justice system: The American experience. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie 25 (March/April 1983): 57 70.
- Chris Marshall, Ineke Haen Marshall and Charles W. Thomas. The implementation of formal procedures in juvenile court processing of status offenders. The Journal of Criminal Justice 11 (1983): 195 212.
- Ineke Haen Marshall. Women, work, and crime: An international test of the emancipation hypothesis. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 6 (Spring, 1982): 25 38.
- Richard Bennett and Ineke Haen Marshall. Criminal justice education in the United States: A profile. The Journal of Criminal Justice 7 (Fall, 1979): 147 172.
- Charles W. Thomas, J. Williams and Ineke Haen Marshall. Misdaadafschrikking: Een herformulering van de afschrikkingstypologie van Chambliss.” Tijdschrift voor Criminologie 17 (June 1975): 11 24. [Translation: Deterrence: a Reformulation of Chambliss’ typology]
Awards and Honors
- 2004 Faculty Member of the Year Award, Graduate Student Organization, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Nebraska-Omaha
- Recipient of the 2001 University of Nebraska-Omaha Award for Distinguished Research or Creative Activity
- American Society of Criminology (Division of International Criminology, Division on People of Color, Division of Critical Criminology, Division on Women and Crime, Homicide Research Working Group)
- Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (International Division)
- Nederlandse Vereniging voor Kriminologie
- European Society of Criminology
- International Society for Criminology