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Christina DeJong, PhD

Associate Professor

1994 PhD, University of Maryland
1992 MA, University of Maryland
1990 BA, University of Texas

Biography

Christina DeJong is an associate professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. Her research interests focus on violence against women, hate crimes based on sexual orientation and gender identity, genocidal violence, and gender differences in policing.

Publications

Legalized Hatred: The Genocide of Homosexuals in Uganda

Year: Forthcoming Authors: DeJong, C., and Long, E. Publisher: Springer

Policing Styles, Officer Gender & Decision-Making

Year: 2013 Authors: DeJong, C. Publisher: Routledge

Can Situational and Structural Factors Differentiate between Intimate Partner and ‘Other’ Homicide?

Year: 2011 Authors: DeJong, C., Pizarro, J., and McGarrell, E. Journal: Journal of Family Violence

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Careful Defender of Individual Rights

Year: 2011 Authors: DeJong, C. Publisher: Lexington Books

An Examination of the Covariates of Female Homicide Victimization and Offending

Year: 2010 Authors: Pizarro, J., DeJong, C., and McGarrell, E. Journal: Feminist Criminology