Duwe has more than 50 publications on mass murder and a wide variety of correctional topics. His recent research has focused on the development of recidivism, risk assessment instruments, and the importance of social support in reducing recidivism.
Presents the most exhaustive research on mass murder to date.
Describes the expressive and instrumental social support required and received, and its relationship to key outcomes, by sex offenders who participate in Circles of Support and Accountability, a restorative justice reentry program in Minnesota.
Explores the impact of faith-based ministry among prisoners at Louisiana's Angola Prison.