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Paul J Becker
Paul J Becker
Associate Professor

Becker's expertise includes hate crimes, white supremacy, anti-government movements, political extremism, domestic terrorism, animals and society (including exotic animals), corporate deviance, sociology of the Internet, hate crimes, extremism, corporate crime, environmental crime, exploitation of children, and crime in film and on television. The following media outlets have interviewed or quoted him: The Atlanta Journal ConstitutionSpin magazine, The Columbus Dispatch, WVXU-FM (Cincinnati) and the Dayton Daily News.

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Martha Henderson Hurley
Martha Henderson Hurley
Professor; Director of Criminal Justice Studies Program

Hurley is the author of Aging in Prison: The Integration of Research and Practice, and co-author of Trends in Corrections: Interviews with Corrections Leaders Around the World, Volume Two and Correctional Administration and Change Management, as well as numerous book chapters, scholarly publications on crime and justice, and technical reports to criminal justice and social service agencies. Her prison cell desegregation research was cited in the 2004 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Johnson v. CA. Her media hits include The Academic Minute.

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Arthur J Jipson
Arthur J Jipson
Associate Professor

Jipson's areas of expertise include laws regarding roadside memorials, Internet use (especially social media), white separatism and supremacy, social movements and corporate and white-collar crime. He is a former director of UD's criminal justice studies program. The following media outlets have interviewed or quoted him: WLW-AM (Cincinnati), Dallas Morning News, The Associated Press, Arizona Republic, USA Today, CBS Radio News, NBC.com Technolog and Dayton TV stations.

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