Callie Harbin Burt
Faculty Profile: Callie Harbin Burt, Ph.D
Criminology and Criminal Justice
ASU at the Downtown Campus
Callie Burt is an assistant professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Georgia in 2009. Her research focuses on criminological theory, with particular emphasis on explaining the social psychological mechanisms through which social factors, such as racial discrimination, community crime, and parenting practices, influence offending behavior. In current research, she examines the protective effects of ethnic-racial socialization on the link between racial discrimination and offending among African Americans. Her co-authored work has recently appeared in American Journal of Sociology, Criminology, and the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
- Testing Criminological Theory
- Racism and Crime
- Self-Control and Crime
- Family Processes and Youth Development
- Burt, Callie Harbin, Ronald L. Simons, & Frederick X. Gibbons. (2012). Racial Discrimination,Ethnic-Racial Socialization, and Crime: A Micro-Sociological Model of Risk and Resilience. American Sociological Review 77(4): 648-677.
- Simons, Ronald L., & Callie Harbin Burt. (2011). Learning to Be Bad: Adverse Social Conditions, Social Schemas, and Crime. Criminology, 49(2):553-598.
- Cooney, Mark, & Callie Harbin Burt. (2008). Less crime, more punishment. American Journal of Sociology, 114(2): 491-527.
- Simons, Ronald L., Leslie Simons, Callie Harbin Burt, Holli Drummond, Eric Stewart, Gene Brody, Frederick Gibbons, & Carolyn Cutrona. (2006). Supportive parenting moderates the effect of discrimination upon anger, hostile view of relationships, and violence among African American boys. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 47(December): 373-389.
- Burt, Callie Harbin, Ronald L. Simons, & Leslie G. Simons. (2006). A longitudinal test of the effects of parenting and the stability of self-control: Negative evidence for the general theory of crime. Criminology, 44(2): 353-396.
- Simons, Ronald L., Leslie Simons, Callie Harbin Burt, Gene Brody, & Carolyn Cutrona (2005). Collective efficacy, parenting practices, and delinquency: A longitudinal test of a model integrating community- and family-level processes. Criminology, 43(4): 989-1029.
- Clay-Warner, Jody, & Callie Harbin Burt (2005). Reporting rape: Have things really changed? Violence Against Women, 11, 3-27.
- American Society of Criminology
- America Sociological Association
- Community Context and Violence: African American Youth Transitioning to Adulthood. Center for Disease Control. Co-Investigator. 2009-2011