My substantive interests are strongly shaped by the epistemology of social psychology. Criminologically, my work examines how self processes shape deviant behavior.
I teach courses in Criminal Justice, Social Work, and Sociology; grounded in the social psychological aspects of moral / value development across the life-course.
Link to Weber State University Sociology faculty page.
I am a Social Psychological Criminologist.
Most often, I study and teach about the Social Psychological aspects of deviant behavior.
There are many areas to this website covering my academic interestes and activities. This ePortfolio is also a part of the:
Associate Professor of Sociology
First and foremost, I am a Sociologist with an epistemological lens shaped by the social psychology of Self and Identity.
I have made extensive use of the work of Shalom Schwartz to contextualize the social psychology of values. Check out this recent article I published in CCJLS.
My Academic CV
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