Scholarly Books and Book Chapters
DeJong, Christina and Eric Long (2014). The Death Penalty as Genocide: The Persecution of “Homosexuals” in Uganda. In The Handbook of LGBT Communities, Crime, and Justice (Peterson, D. & Panfil, V., eds.). Springer: New York.
DeJong, Christina (2012) Policing Styles, Officer Gender & Decision-Making. In The Routledge International Handbook of Gender and Crime Studies (Miller, S.L., Renzetti, C. & Gover, A., eds).
Smith, Christopher E., Christina DeJong, and Michael A. McCall (2011). The Rehnquist Court and Criminal Justice. Lexington Books: Lanham, MD.
DeJong, Christina (2011). Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Careful Defender of Individual Rights. In The Rehnquist Court and Criminal Justice (Smith, DeJong & McCall eds). Lexington Books: Lanham, MD.
Smith, Christopher E., Christina DeJong, and John D. Burrow (2002). The Supreme Court, Crime, & the Ideal of Equal Justice. New York: Peter Lang.
Mastrofski, Stephen D., Roger B. Parks, Albert J. Reiss, Jr., Robert E. Worden, Christina DeJong, Jeffrey B. Snipes, and William Terrill (1998). Systematic Observation of Public Police: Applying Field Research Methods to Policy Issues. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
DeJong, Christina, Jesenia Pizarro, and Edmund McGarrell (2011). Can Situational and Structural Factors Differentiate between Intimate Partner and “Other” Homicide? Journal of Family Violence.
Huebner, Beth, Christina DeJong and Jennifer Cobbina (2010). Women Coming Home: The Role of Community Context in Explaining Long-Term Patterns of Recidivism. Justice Quarterly 27(2):225-254.
- Article reprinted in “The Growth and Development of Correctional Research: Virtual Special Issues from Justice Quarterly” (2013).
Pizarro, Jesenia, Christina DeJong and Edmund McGarrell (2010). An Examination of the Covariates of Female Homicide Victimization and Offending. Feminist Criminology 5(1):51-72.
DeJong, Christina, Lori Elis and Amanda Burgess-Proctor (2008). Police Officer Perceptions of Domestic Violence: Results from an Observational Study. Violence and Victims 24(1):683.
DeJong, Christina and Amanda Burgess-Proctor (2006). A Summary of Personal Protection Orders in the United States. Violence Against Women 12(1):68.
Reisig, Michael and Christina DeJong (2005). Using GRE Scores and Prior GPA to Predict Academic Performance Among Criminal Justice Graduate Students. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 16(1):37-59.
DeJong, Christina (2004). Gender Differences in Officer Attitude and Behavior: Providing Comfort to Citizens. Women & Criminal Justice 15(3):1-32.
Mayzer, Roni and Christina DeJong (2003). Student Satisfaction with Distance Education. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 14(1):37-52.
DeJong, Christina and Eve Schwitzer Merrill (2001). Getting “Tough on Crime”: Juvenile Waiver and the Criminal Court. Ohio Northern University Law Review 27(2):175-196.
DeJong, Christina, Stephen D. Mastrofski, and Roger B. Parks (2001). Patrol Officers and Problem-Solving: An Application of Expectancy Theory. Justice Quarterly 18(1):31-61.
- Article reprinted in Criminal Justice: Concepts and Issues (An Anthology) (4th edition), Chris W. Eskridge, ed. (2004)
DeJong, Christina and Eric D. Wish (2000). Is it Advisable to Urine Test Arrestees to Assess Risk of Rearrest? A Comparison of Self-Reported and Urinalysis Measures of Drug Use. Journal of Drug Issues 30(1): 133-146.
DeJong, Christina and Christopher E. Smith (1999). Equal Protection, Gender, and Justice at the Dawn of a New Century. Wisconsin Women’s Law Journal 14(3): 123-141.
Parks, Roger B., Stephen D. Mastrofski, Christina DeJong, and M. Kevin Gray (1999). How Officers Spend Their Time with the Community. Justice Quarterly 16(3): 483-518.
- Article reprinted in Community Policing: Contemporary Readings (2nd edition), Geoffrey P. Alpert and Alex R. Piquero, eds. (2000).
DeJong, Christina and Kenneth C. Jackson (1998). Putting Race into Context: Race, Juvenile Justice Processing and Urbanization. Justice Quarterly 15(3): 487-504.
DeJong, Christina (1997). Specific Deterrence and Survival Analysis: Integrating Theoretical and Empirical Models of Recidivism. Criminology 35(4): 561 576.
DeJong, Christina (1997). Differential Indicators of Defensive Weapon Ownership: A Comparison By Gender. The Journal of Criminal Justice 25(6): 517 526.
Smith, Douglas A. and Christina (DeJong) Polsenberg (1992). Specifying the relationship between arrestee drug test results and recidivism. The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 83: 364 377.
DeJong, Christina and Michael Rossler (2011). The Courts of Genocide: Politics and the Rule of Law in Rwanda and Arusha (Book Review). International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 35(3), 261-263.
Dow, Steven and Christina DeJong (2003). Statistics for Lawyers, 2nd ed. (Book Review). Journal of Forensic Science 48(3).
Polsenberg, Christina DeJong (1997). Doing Justice, Doing Gender (Book Review). Social Pathology: A Journal of Reviews 3:142-146.
Cole, George F., Christopher E. Smith, and Christina DeJong (2015). The American System of Criminal Justice (14th Edition). Cengage Publishing.
Cole, George F., Christopher E. Smith, and Christina DeJong (2013). Criminal Justice in America (7th Edition). Cengage Publishing.
Cole, George F., Christopher E. Smith, and Christina DeJong (2012). The American System of Criminal Justice (13th Edition). Cengage Publishing.
DeJong, Christina (2007). Internet Activities for Criminal Justice (3rd Edition). Wadsworth.
DeJong, Christina (2007). Study Guide: Criminal Justice in America. Wadsworth.
DeJong, Christina (2007). Instructor’s Resource Manual: Criminal Justice in America. Wadsworth.
DeJong, Christina (2006, 2009). Study Guide: The American System of Criminal Justice. Wadsworth.
DeJong, Christina (2006, 2009). Instructor’s Resource Manual: The American System of Criminal Justice. Wadsworth.
DeJong, Christina and Daniel J. Kurland (2002). Internet Guide for Criminal Justice, 2nd Edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. [1st edition, 1997]
DeJong, Christina (2008). “Police Response to Domestic Violence”. Article in the Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence (Claire M. Renzetti and Jeffrey L. Edleson, eds.).