The Criminology Academy
Ep. 31 Grad Life: Do you wish you knew more people? We got you! Networking with Kristin Lloyd, Vivian Aranda-Hughes, and Alex Nur

Ep. 31 Grad Life: Do you wish you knew more people? We got you! Networking with Kristin Lloyd, Vivian Aranda-Hughes, and Alex Nur

October 25, 2021

If you're a first time listener, welcome! If you're not, welcome back! In this episode we talk to Kristin Lloyd, a professor at Georgia Southern University's Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Vivian Aranda-Hughes, a doctoral candidate at Florida State's Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and Alex Nur, a doctoral candidate at Penn State's Department of Sociology and Criminology.

We talk to them about building a network at conferences like the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology. We also talk about trying to network during the pandemic and some of the strategies we have used to build our social networks. 

You can find them all on Twitter @kristinlloyd3, @mvivianhughes, and @alexvnur0818

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Ep. 30 When ”the elite” offend. White-collar and corporate crime with Wim Huisman

Ep. 30 When ”the elite” offend. White-collar and corporate crime with Wim Huisman

October 11, 2021

If you're a first time listener, welcome! If you're not, welcome back! In this episode we talk to Wim Huisman who is is a professor of criminology and the head of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam School of Criminology. Wim talks to us about white-collar crime and corporate crime. Crimes that are committed by people who are typically thought of as having respectable jobs or of respectable status. We also talk about atrocity crimes committed by corporations and their involvement even if not directly. How hard is it to police white-collar? This is a topic Wim talks about in this episode as well. 

Wim has been published in journals such as European Journal of Criminology, Food Control, and Crime, Law, and Social Change.

 

You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @TheCrimAcademy. Please visit our website www.thecriminologyacademy.com. Whether or not you have an iPhone or iTunes, please rate and review us there. These are the lifeblood of the podcast. Thanks for listening!

Ep. 29 Beyond the virus, has COVID-19 increased hate crimes against the Asian Community? Hate Crimes during COVID-19 with Brendan Lantz

Ep. 29 Beyond the virus, has COVID-19 increased hate crimes against the Asian Community? Hate Crimes during COVID-19 with Brendan Lantz

September 27, 2021

If you're a first time listener, welcome! If not, welcome back! In this episode we talk to Bredan Lantz who is an Assistant Professor at Florida State's College of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Brendan talks to us about what exactly is a hate crime? How do we punish hate crimes? And should we even have punishment enhancements? We also talk about one of his recent articles studying whether hate crimes against Asian people increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Finally, we go international as Brendan talks to us about hate crimes outside of the United States. It was a great and informative discussion. 

Brendan has been published in journals such as Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Justice Quarterly, and Criminal Justice and Behavior. You can find him on Twitter @LantzBrendan.

 

You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @TheCrimAcademy. Please visit our website www.thecriminologyacademy.com. Whether or not you have an iPhone or iTunes, please rate and review us there. These are the lifeblood of the podcast. Thanks for listening!

Ep. 28 Is the criminal justice system truly just? Race and Ethnicity within Criminal Justice with Marisa Omori

Ep. 28 Is the criminal justice system truly just? Race and Ethnicity within Criminal Justice with Marisa Omori

September 13, 2021

If you're a first time listener, welcome! If you're not, welcome back! In this episode we speak with Marisa Omori, an assistant professor in the Criminology and Criminal Justice Department of the University of Missouri-St. Louis. This episode covers several important areas about America's criminal justice system but specifically the judicial experience. We open up the episode discussing race and ethnicity within the criminal justice system broadly. Then we narrow it down to the judicial aspect of the system. We close it out by discussing one of Marisa's recent papers studying whether race and ethnicity are factors in differential treatment in the court system. Is America's CJS truly color blind? Are the courts and its actors truly neutral? Listen and find out!

Marisa Omori has been published in journals such as Criminology, Crime & Delinquency, and Race and Justice. You can find Marisa on Twitter @MarisaOmori.

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Ep. 27 If your friends jumped off a bridge, would you do it too? Collective Behavior with Jean McGloin

Ep. 27 If your friends jumped off a bridge, would you do it too? Collective Behavior with Jean McGloin

August 30, 2021

If you're a first time listener, welcome! If you're not, welcome back! This is the first episode of the Fall 2021 semester and we speak with Jean McGloin who is a Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland. This episode will cover the topic of collective behavior. Specifically, we discuss what collective behavior is and we then tackle 3 papers co-authored by Jean. We talk about opt-in and opt-out thresholds, meaning, how many people would it take in order for someone to engage in criminal activity. Similarly, how many people is too many and a person no longer wants to engage in the behavior? You will have to listen to find out! 

Jean McGloin has been published in journals such as Criminology, Criminology & Public Policy, and Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency

You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @TheCrimAcademy. Please visit our website: The Criminology Academy. Whether you have an iPhone or not please rate and review on iTunes. Those reviews are beyond important to us. 

Ep. 0.4 Summer 21 Review and Fall 21 Preview!

Ep. 0.4 Summer 21 Review and Fall 21 Preview!

August 23, 2021

We're doing things a little differently. We went rogue with no outline and just winged it. Join us as we review our exciting Summer 21 slate if episodes and preview our equally as exciting Fall 21 episodes. We will have a fun time discussing what we've recorded and were we plan on going in the future. It's a good time as we wing it this time with no outline! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @TheCrimAcademy. Also visit our website The Crim Academy Website. Please rate and review on iTunes!!!

 

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Ep. 26 Grad Life: Mental Health and Work-Life Balance with Kelsey Kramer and Kathleen Padilla

Ep. 26 Grad Life: Mental Health and Work-Life Balance with Kelsey Kramer and Kathleen Padilla

August 16, 2021

This week we speak with Kelsey Kramer who is a doctoral student at Sam Houston State University's Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology and Kathleen Padilla who is a recent PhD graduate from Arizona State's Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology. We discuss mental health, work-life balance, and the impacts of covid. You can find Kelsey and Kathleen on Twitter @klkramer13 and @kpadil1

Ep. 25 Juvenile Justice, DMC, and Journal Editing with Chris Sullivan

Ep. 25 Juvenile Justice, DMC, and Journal Editing with Chris Sullivan

August 9, 2021

This week we speak with Chris Sullivan currently at the University of Cincinnati but will be moving to Texas State's Depart of Criminology and Criminal Justice. He talks to us about juvenile justice, disproportionate minority contact, and ways we can improve research in this area in the future. Chris also tells us about his work as a journal editor and provides us with useful tips and advice. His work has been published in Criminology, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, and Justice Quarterly. You can find Chris on Twitter @prof_cjsullivan.

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Ep. 24 Green Criminology and Visual Criminology with Bill McClanahan

Ep. 24 Green Criminology and Visual Criminology with Bill McClanahan

July 26, 2021

Are you interested in environmental issues? What about criminology? This week, we speak with Bill McClanahan, who is an assistant professor of Justice Studies at Eastern Kentucky University, about green criminology, visual criminology, and the combination of the two. Bill McClanahan has been published in journals such as Critical Criminology, The British Journal of Criminology, and Deviant Behavior. 

Ep. 23 Violence and Victimization within Schools with Jillian Turanovic

Ep. 23 Violence and Victimization within Schools with Jillian Turanovic

July 12, 2021

This week we speak with Jillian Turanovic who is a professor at Florida State's College of Criminology and Criminal Justice. We discuss victimization broadly, theories of victimization, and violence and victimization within schools. Jill has been published in journals such as Criminology, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, and Aggression and Violent Behavior. You can find Jill on Twitter @JTuranovic

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