Anderson and Hughes identified as prolific female scholars
A study published in the Journal of Criminal Justice Education in 2013 identified Professors Amy Anderson and Lorine Hughes as two of the most prolific female scholars in the field of Criminology and Criminal Justice. The study conducted by Henrikka Weir and Erin Orrick examined the number of lead authored articles published by females in “elite” Criminology and Criminal Justice journals between the years 2000 and 2010. Anderson and Hughes were two of 58 women who published at least three lead authored articles in the eight elite Criminology and Criminal Justice journals during the years under study.
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