Jason T. Carmichael (U. McGill)

Department of Sociology
McGill University
Stephen Leacock Building, Room 814
855 Sherbrooke St. West
Montréal, Québec, Canada H3A 2T7

Office Phone: (514)-398-6838
Télécopieur : (514) 398-3403
Site web

jason.carmichael@mcgill.ca

Publications

Carmichael, Jason T.  (2020). “Death Row” in The Wiley Encyclopedia of Sociology. Edited by George Ritzer and Chris Rojek. New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Carmichael, Jason T. and Colby Pereira (2019). Gender Disparity in Sentencing. In The Wiley Encyclopedia of Women and Crime. Edited by Frances P. Bernat and Kelly Frailing. New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Carmichael, Jason T. and Jennifer Sigouin (2017).  “Adult Court” in The Encyclopedia of Juvenile Delinquency and Justice.  Edited by Christopher J. Schreck, New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.  Pg. 1- 4.  

Ruddell, Rick and Jason Carmichael (2017). Exploring Criminal Justice in Quebec. In Rick Ruddell (Ed.), Exploring Criminal Justice in Canada (pp. 523-548). Oxford University Press. 

Carmichael, Jason T. and Jennifer Sigouin (2015). “Sentencing” in The Wiley Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment. Edited by Wesley G. Jennings, New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Pg. 1-4.

Carmichael, Jason T. (2012). "Social Control." In Jeff Manza (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies Online: Sociology. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. Plus d'info

Jacobs, David, Jason T. Carmichael and Stephanie L. Kent. (2008). "Vigilantism, Current Racial Threat, and Death Sentences." In Robert D. Crutchfield, Chris E. Kurbin, George S. Bridges and Joseph G. Weis (eds.), Crime: Readings 3rd Edition. Los Angeles CA: Sage Publications.

Jacobs, David and Jason T. Carmichael (2006). "The Politics of Punishment across Time and Space: A Pooled Time- Series Analysis of Imprisonment Rates." In William T. Lyons Jr. (ed.), Crime and Criminal Justice. Aldershot UK: Ashgate Publishing. Reprint of an article.

Brulle, R.J., Aronczyk, M. & Carmichael, J. (2020). Corporate promotion and climate change: an analysis of key variables affecting advertising spending by major oil corporations, 1986-2015. Climatic Change, 159, 87-101. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-019-02582-8

Carmichael, Jason T. and Robert Brulle (2018).  Media Use and Climate Change Concern.  International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 14(2): 243-253.  

Côté-Lussier, C., & Carmichael, J. T.  (2018). Public Support for Harsh Criminal Justice Policy and Its Moral and Ideological Tides. Psychology, Public Policy and Law, 24(2), 235-247. 

Jenkins, Craig J., Jason T. Carmichael, Robert Brulle and Heather Boughton (2018). Foundation Funding of the Environmental Movement. American Behavioural Scientist. 61(13), 1640-1657.

Carmichael, Jason T., Robert Brulle and Joanna Huxter (2017). The Great Divide: Understanding the Role of Media and Other Drivers of the Partisan Divide in Public Concern over Climate Change in the U.S., 2001-2014.  Climatic Change, 141: 599-612.

Carmichael, Jason T. and Robert Brulle (2017). Elite Cues, Media Coverage and Public Concern: An Integrated Path Analysis of Climate Change Public Opinion, 2001-2013.”Environmental Politics 26: 232-252.

Carmichael, Jason T. and Stephanie Kent (2017). The Racial Politics of Due Process Protection: Does partisanship or racial composition influence state-level adoption of recorded interrogation policies? Criminal Justice Review 42: 58-76. 

Kent, Stephanie, and Jason T. Carmichael (2017)Municipal Law Enforcement Policy on Immigration Stops: Do social factors determine how aggressively local police respond to unauthorized immigrants?  Sociological Inquiry 87: 421-448.  

Kent, Stephanie, and Jason T. Carmichael (2015). Legislative Responses to Wrongful Conviction: Do partisan principals and advocacy efforts influence state-level criminal justice policy? Social Science Research, 52: 147-160.

Carmichael, Jason T. and Stephanie Kent (2015). The Use of Lethal Force by Canadian Police Officers: Assessing the influence of Female Police Officers and Minority Threat Explanations on police shootings across large cities. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 40: 703-721. 

Alarie, Milaineand Jason T. Carmichael (2015). The ‘Cougar’ Phenomenon: Examining the factors influencing age-hypogamous sexual relationships among middle- aged women. Journal of Marriage and Family. 77: 1250-1265.

Carmichael, Jason T. and Stephanie L. Kent (2015). Structural Determinants of Municipal Police Force Size in Large Cities across Canada: Assessing the applicability of ethnic threat theories in the Canadian context. International Criminal Justice Review, 25: 263-280.

Neil, Roland and Jason T. Carmichael (2015). The Use of Incarceration in Canada: A Test of Political and Ethnic Threat Explanations on the Variation in Prison Admissions across Canadian Provinces, 2001-2010. Sociological Inquiry, 85: 309-332.

Shor, Eran, Jason T. Carmichael, Ignacio Nazif, John Shandra, and Michael Schwartz (2014). Terrorism and State Repression of Human Right: A Cross-National Time-Series Analysis. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 55: 294-317.

Jason T. Carmichael & Stephanie L. Kent (2014). The Persistent Significance of Racial and Economic Inequality on the Size of Municipal Police Forces in the United States, 1980–2010. Social Problems, Vol. 61, No. 2, pp. 259-282.

Huxster, Joanna, Jason T. Carmichael and Robert J. Brulle (2014). An Examination of the Partisan and Ideological Divide in Aggregate Public Concern over Climate Change in the U.S. between 2001 and 2013. Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, 4: 1-15.

Kent, Stephanie and Jason T. Carmichael (2013). “Racial Residential Segregation and Social Control: A panel study of variations in police strength across I.S. cities, 1980-2010.” American Journal of Criminal Justice. DOI 10.1007/s12103-013-9212-8.

Carmichael, Jason T., J. Craig Jenkins, and Robert Brulle (2012). "Building Environmentalism: The Founding of Environmental Movement Organizations in the U.S., 1900-2000." Sociological Quarterly. 53: 422-453.

Brulle, Robert, Jason T. Carmichael, and J. Craig Jenkins (2012). "Climate Change and Public Concern: 1986-2010". Climatic Change. 114: 169-188. (Featured in the journal Nature (Climate Change) as well as a number of other media outlets including the Washington Post, Scientific America, USA Today, Yahoo News, and the Vancouver Sun).

Carmichael, Jason T., and Giovani Burgos (2011). "Sentencing Juvenile Offenders to Life in Prison: The Political Sociology of Juvenile Punishment." American Journal of Criminal Justice. Online First.

Carmichael, Jason T. (2011). "Punishing Juvenile Offenders as Adults: An Analysis of the Social and Political Determinants of Juvenile Prison Admissions across U.S. States." Sociological Focus. 44 (2): 317-326.

Carmichael, Jason T. (2010). "Sentencing Disparities for Juvenile Offenders Sentenced to Adult Prisons: An individual and contextual analysis." Journal of Criminal Justice: An International Journal. 38 (4): 747-757.

Brulle, Robert, Liesel Hall Turner, Jason T. Carmichael, and J.Craig Jenkins (2007). "Measuring Social Movement Organization Populations: A Comprehensive Census of U.S. Environmental Movement Organizations". Mobilization: An International Quarterly. 12(3): 255-270.

Jacobs, David, Zhenchao Qian, Jason T. Carmichael, and Stephanie Kent (2007). "Who Survives on Death Row? An Individual and Contextual Analysis." American Sociological Review. 72: 610-632.

Jacobs, David, Jason T. Carmichael, and Stephanie L. Kent (2005). "Vigilantism, Current Racial Threat, and Death Sentences." American Sociological Review. 70: 656-677.

Carmichael, Jason T. (2005). "The Determinants of Jail Admission Rates Across Large U.S. Cities: An Analysis of Racial and Ethnic Threat Theory." Social Science Research. 34: 538-569.

Jacobs, David and Jason T. Carmichael (2004). "Ideology, Social Threat, and Death Sentences: Capital Sentencing Across Time and Space." Social Forces. 83: 249-278.

Brulle, Robert and Jason T. Carmichael (2014). Understanding Congressional Behavior on Climate Change.  Report prepared for the Energy Foundation (USA). 150 pages  

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