Cesar J. Rebellon

Cesar J. Rebellon
Faculty Fellow
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology

Prof. Cesar J. Rebellon’s current work at the Carsey Institute, funded by the National Science Foundation and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, includes a project combining two primary data collection efforts for the purpose of examining those social factors that may account for urban and rural differences in delinquency and risk-taking behavior among adolescents.

Cesar received his doctorate degree from the Department of Sociology at Emory University in 2002. His primary research interests focus on family and peer correlates of juvenile crime and delinquency, with a particular emphasis on the manner in which delinquency may yield reinforcing social rewards among adolescents. His prior research appears in such journals as Law and Human Behavior, European Journal of Criminology, Criminology, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Justice Quarterly, and Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

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