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Ka Wai (Carrie) Li

PhD Student

2010 MSc. University College London
2009 BSc. University of Bristol

Biography

Carrie Li is a fourth year doctoral student in the Criminal Justice program. Her areas of research broadly include intimate partner violence, fear of crime, and juvenile delinquency. She is particularly interested in the intersection of race/ethnicity, class, and intimate partner violence. She holds a BSc. in Experimental Psychology from University of Bristol and MSc. in Crime Science from University College London in England.

Having a multidisciplinary and multicultural background, she is also passionate about rethinking pedagogies and integrating cultural awareness approach to interdisciplinary teaching and learning. Currently, she is one of the Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Teaching (IIT) fellows at MSU.

Internationally, she has received two International Peace Scholarships from the Philanthropic Education Organization and a Graduate Student Paper Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). During her time at MSU, she has been given three Research Scholars Award from the College of Social Science, a Disciplinary Leadership Award from the Council of Graduate Students (COGS) and an award at the Environmental Risk and Decision Making Symposium.

Publications

Fear of Crime

Year: 2016 Authors: Melde, C., & Li, C. K. Journal: Encyclopedia of Adolescence (pp. 1-10)

Examining the mediating effects of social learning on the low self-control – cyberbullying relationship in a youth sample

Year: 2015 Authors: Li, C. K. W., Holt, T. J., Bossler, A. M. & May, D. C. Journal: Deviant Behavior

Youths’ views on corruption control in China: Politics and social censure

Year: 2012 Authors: Jiang, G., Lo, T. W., & Li, C. Journal: International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology

Effects of energetic and informational masking on speech segmentation by native and non-native speakers

Year: 2010 Authors: Mattys, S. L., Carroll, L. M., Li, C. K. W., & Chan, S. L. Y. Journal: Speech Communication