Dr. Starks has published works on the inequities in the bail system, disproportionate minority contact in the criminal justice system, the importance of service in education, the impact of teaching criminal justice courses in prisons, street-life oriented black boys’ attitudes towards education, and the willingness of the public to record police-citizen encounters.
STEM Recruitment and Beyond:
The Messenger is the Medium.
Starks, Brian Chad and Matthaeus, W. H. (2018).
Journal of STEM Education, 19, 4, 5-11. Online.
Willingness to Record Police-Public Encounters: The Impact of Race and Social and Legal Consciousness.
Farmer, Ashley K.; Sun, Ivan Y. and Starks, Brian Chad. (2015).
Race and Justice. Online.
Race and Three Strikes.
Starks, Brian Chad and Gundy-Yoder, Alana. (2014).
In S. W. Bowman (Ed.), Color Behind Bars: Racism in the U.S. Prison System, Vol. 2 (Pgs. 413-434).
Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
Outside the Comfort Zone of the Classroom.
Starks, Brian Chad, Harrison, Lana and Denhardt, Kathy
Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 22, 2, 203-225
The Inside-Out Experience: The Training Ground for Future Scholars
Harvey, Angela and Starks, Brian Chad (2011).
American Sociological Association Footnotes, 39, 1.
Denying Bail is Cruel and Unusual Punishment
Starks, Brian Chad (July 22, 2009).
Delaware News Journal, Op-Ed.
Starks, Brian Chad. (2018).
The African American Experience: The American Mosaic. ABC-CLIO. Online.
Starks, Brian Chad. (2017).
In C. J. Schreck (Ed.), Encyclopedia of
Juvenile Delinquency and Justice, 1-5.
Pushing the Envelope for Evolution and Social Change: Critical Challenges for Teaching Inside-Out.
Harvey, Angela; Van Gundy, Alana and Starks, Brian Chad (2013).
The Prison Journal Special Edition on the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program.
Contextualizing Black Boys' Use of a Street Identity in High School
Payne, Yasser Arafat; Starks, Brian Chad and Gibson, Lamar (2009).
New Directions for Youth Development, 123, 35-51.
Racial Reckoning: Prosecuting America's Civil Rights Murders Book Review
Starks, Brian Chad (2016).
Criminal Justice Review, 41, 2, 240-241
How Community-Oriented Policing Has Affected Minority Communities and What We
Can Do About It
A Commentary By B. Chad Starks, PhD