Publications

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Research Reports and Book Reviews

2019. Edin, Kathryn, Stefanie DeLuca, Jennifer E. Cossyleon, Christine Jang, and Philip ME Garboden. "Who Is Moving in? Neighborhood Divestment and Reinvestment in East Baltimore." The Poverty and Inequality Research Lab (PIRL), Johns Hopkins University, 1-73.


2019. Cossyleon, Jennifer E. "An Evaluation of the CSJ Saturday Family Literacy Program." The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service, Georgetown University,  1-20. 


2018. Cossyleon, Jennifer E. "New Technologies and Consumer Knowledge: A Reference for Smart Grid Education." The Center for Urban Research and Learning,  Loyola University Chicago, June. 


2018. Carrow, Lindy, Jennifer E. Cossyleon, Christine George, and Teresa Neuman. "Assessing the Network Effect of ISEIF's Public Education Efforts: Extended Local Research." The Center for Urban Research and Learning  & Social IMPACT Research Center at Heartland Alliance, 1-24. 


2017. Cossyleon, Jennifer E. Review of Kathryn Edin and Luke Shaefer’s $2 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America. Teaching Sociology, 45 (2) 196-198.


2015. Jennifer E. Cossyleon and Reichert, Jessica. “Women and Reentry: Evaluation of St. Leonard’s Ministries Grace House Program.” Chicago, IL: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, December: 1-98.


2015. George, Christine, Donald Stemen, John Orwat, Jennifer E. Cossyleon, Julie Hilvers and Edward Chong. “An Evaluation of the Cook County States Attorney’s Deferred Prosecution Program.” Chicago, IL: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, August: 1-100. 

 
2015. Rosenblatt, Peter and Jennifer E. Cossyleon. “Take a Chance on Me:” A Review of the Milwaukee County HOME Security Deposit Assistance Program. Poverty and Race Research Action Council, January: 1-28. 


 2015. Rosenblatt, Peter and Jennifer E. Cossyleon. “Section 8 in the Suburbs: The Milwaukee County Security Deposit Assistance Program as an Incentive.” Poverty and Race, March/April 24 (2):3-6. 


 

Book Chapters and Encyclopedia Entries

2018. Forthcoming. Cossyleon, Jennifer E. “Community Policing” in The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies, edited by Anthony M. Orum. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.


2018. Flores, Edward O. and Jennifer E. Cossyleon. Forthcoming, October.  “Deflecting Privatization: Elite Civic Organizations and the Incorporation of Faith-based Organizations into the Contemporary Penal Field” Chapter in Edward O. Flores’ Prophetic Redemption: Faith-based Community Organizing for the Formerly Incarcerated. New York, NY: New York University Press.


2018. Flores, Edward O. and Jennifer E. Cossyleon. Forthcoming, October.  “Prophetic Redemption and Personal Relationships.” Chapter in Edward O. Flores’s Prophetic Redemption: Faith-based Community Organizing for the Formerly Incarcerated. New York, NY: New York University Press. 


2018. Jennifer E. Cossyleon and Kyle Woolley. Forthcoming. “Gender and Collective Action.” Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Gender Studies edited by Nancy Naples. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. (Accepted for publication)

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