The MSU School of Criminal Justice will be well represented at the 2017 American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, November 15-18 in Philadelphia, PA.
Alongside leading scholars in the field of criminology and criminal justice, more than 20 students will attend and present their research on a wide variety of topics that include cyber crime, police legitimacy, terrorism, product counterfeiting, victimization, aggression & delinquency, and community reintegration.
We are very proud of all our students and faculty attending and presenting at ASC!
Elizabeth Adams – Understanding Female Offender’s Child-Centered Motivations and Behaviors in Relation to Neighborhood Crime
Kylei Brown – Intimate Partner Homicide Offenders and Victims: Histories of Justice System Involvement
James Carr – Civilian Assessments of Risk and Vulnerability to Police
Yi Ting Chua – Understanding Changes in Beliefs among Members in Online Extremist Web Forums
Gio Circo – Exploring the Spatial Distribution of Shooting Incidents
Alison Cox – Managing Barriers to Visitation: A Mixed-Methods Examination of Family Members of Prisoners
Kathleen Darcy – Staff Sexual Misconduct of Women on Parole: A Call for Trauma-Informed Practices and Policies
Greg Drake – Evaluating the Effects of the Blue Courage Police Training Program
Christine Kwiatkowski – Intimate Partner Homicide Offenders and Victims: Histories of Justice System Involvement
Jin Ree Lee – An Examination of Sexting and Nonconsensual Pornography Involvement Through Perception Analysis
Carrie Li – Fear of Crime and Victimization
Rebecca Malinski – Routine Activities Theory and Cyberbullying
Michelle Malkin – Transgender Prison Housing Policies: State by State Compliance with PREA
Mikaela Wallin – Judicial Decision-Making and Firearm Removal on Civil Domestic Violence Protection Orders