Webb's research focuses on student attitudes who attend HBCUS (Historically Black Colleges and Universities). Specific topics include racial identity, potential crime victimization, offender characteristics, and campus safety measures. His research also focuses on the efficacy of criminal/juvenile justice reform efforts in relation to disproportionate minority contact among youth/adults.
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Explores the use and impact of legal and extra-legal factors associated with the use of pre-adjudicatory detention among youth in the United States.
Examines the extent to which HBCU student characteristics are associated with the race-based stigma of "acting white."
Identifies the extent to which speech is associate with the "acting white" stigma among HBCU students.