Tag: sociology

Shannon Harper is co-author of study published in Homicide Studies

Shannon Harper, assistant professor of sociology, published the study, “Testing the Systemic Model of Social Disorganization Theory in South Korean Neighborhoods: A Latent Class Growth Analysis Approach to Specifying Pathways to Homicide,” in the July 16, 2020, edition of Homicide Studies. Harper’s co-authors are Sujung Cho, Southern Illinois University, and Yung Hyeock Lee, Konkuk University. … Continue reading Shannon Harper is co-author of study published in Homicide Studies

Shannon Harper publishes study that addresses police officers’ attitudes toward domestic violence

Assistant Professor of Sociology Shannon Harper recently published a study titled, “Assessing Cross-national Differences in Police Officers’ Domestic Violence Attitudes,” in Policing: An International Journal. Harper’s co-authors include Angela Gover, University of Colorado, Denver; Samara McPhedran, Griffith University, Australia; and Paul Mazerolle, University of New Brunswick, Canada. Comparative research provides a mechanism to understand how … Continue reading Shannon Harper publishes study that addresses police officers’ attitudes toward domestic violence

Dan Krier publishes new book with SUNY Press

Dan Krier, professor of sociology, has published a new co-edited volume of critical social theory with State University of New York Press entitled, Capital in the Mirror:  Critical Social Theory and the Aesthetic Dimension.  The book, co-edited with Mark P. Worrell, appears in SUNY’s New Political Science series and features articles by leading theorists in … Continue reading Dan Krier publishes new book with SUNY Press