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Graduate student Jacob Erickson is lead author of study on meth cooks published in Justice Quarterly

Jacob Erickson, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology, is the lead author of a study titled, “Meth Cooking as a Job: Identity and Dirty Work,” which was published Oct. 22, 2019, in the online edition of Justice Quarterly. Andrew Hochstetler, professor of sociology at Iowa State, and Heith Copes, professor of criminal justice … Continue reading Graduate student Jacob Erickson is lead author of study on meth cooks published in Justice Quarterly

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J. Arbuckle is co-author of study about conservation practices in the U.S. from 1982-2017

J. Arbuckle, professor of sociology, is co-author of a study titled, “Adoption of Agricultural Conservation Practices in the United States: Evidence from 35 Years of Quantitative Literature,” published in the September/October 2019 issue of the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. This study is a comprehensive review of all published, quantitative studies on the adoption … Continue reading J. Arbuckle is co-author of study about conservation practices in the U.S. from 1982-2017

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Shawn Dorius publishes study that measures the prevalence of developmentalist thinking

Shawn Dorius, associate professor of sociology, is co-author of a paper titled, “Developmental Idealism in Internet Search Data,” recently published in the journal Sociology of Development. Dorius’ co-author is Jeffrey Swindle, a Ph.D. student in sociology at the University of Michigan. The researchers collected and analyzed public perceptions of nations in internet search data. They … Continue reading Shawn Dorius publishes study that measures the prevalence of developmentalist thinking

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Daniel Butler published in Journal of Criminal Justice

Daniel Butler, assistant professor of sociology, is the sole author of a study titled, “An Examination of Inmate Adjustment Stratified by Time Served in Prison,”  published in the Sept. 5 online edition of the Journal of Criminal Justice. In the study, Butler uses the Differential Coercion and Social Support (DCSS) Theory to examine whether coercion … Continue reading Daniel Butler published in Journal of Criminal Justice

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Susan Stewart is editor, writer for sociology book about stepfamilies

Susan Stewart, professor of sociology, is an editor and contributing writer of “Multicultural Stepfamilies,” a book published by Cognella that provides students and researchers in the fields of sociology, social work and family studies with new theories, data and insight into the composition and diversity of modern stepfamilies. Specifically, Stewart wrote and contributed her research … Continue reading Susan Stewart is editor, writer for sociology book about stepfamilies

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Matt DeLisi published in Journal of Forensic Sciences

Matt DeLisi, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean’s Professor and professor of sociology, has published a paper titled “Homicidal Ideation and Forensic Psychopathology: Evidence From the 2016 Nationwide Emergency Department Sample (NEDS)” in the Aug. 12, 2019, online edition of the Journal of Forensic Sciences. DeLisi’s co-authors are Jason Carbone, Wayne State University; Katherine … Continue reading Matt DeLisi published in Journal of Forensic Sciences

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Daniel Butler publishes “An Examination of the Influence of Exposure to Disciplinary Segregation on Recidivism”

Daniel Butler, assistant professor of sociology, has published “An Examination of the Influence of Exposure to Disciplinary Segregation on Recidivism” in the Aug. 13, 2019, online edition of the Crime & Delinquency Journal. His co-authors are Benjamin Steiner, University of Nebraska, Omaha; Matthew Makarios, University of Northern Iowa; and Lawrence Travis III, University of Cincinnati. … Continue reading Daniel Butler publishes “An Examination of the Influence of Exposure to Disciplinary Segregation on Recidivism”