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					CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                        1


                                     CURRICULUM VITAE


                                     CHANG-HUN LEE, Ph.D.
                                        Assistant Professor
                                   Department of Criminal Justice
                               515 Ross Hall, 2801 S. University Ave.
                                University of Arkansas at Little Rock
                               Tel: 501-569-3195, Fax: 501-569-3075
                                      Email: cxlee1@ualr.edu


EDUCATION

        2007               Ph.D. School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University
                           Dissertation Title: “An Ecological Prediction Model of Bullying
                           Behaviors among South Korean Middle School Students”


        2001               M.S. School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University
                           Thesis Title: “An Exploratory Study of the U.S. Army Personnel’s
                           Violent Crimes in the U.S. and Korea: A Perspective on Military
                           Subculture”


        1998               B.A. German Language and Literature (Summa Cum Laude)
                           Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

        2007 ~ current Assistant professor, Department of Criminal Justice, University of
                       Arkansas at Little Rock


        2011 ~ current Consultant, Institute of Reformation for Criminal Investigation,
                       National Police Agency, Seoul, South Korea


        2009               Visiting scholar, Korean Institute of Criminology, Seoul, South Korea
                           (June ~ July 2009): Primary investigator in government-funded projects


        2009               Invited lecturer, Korean National Police University, Yong-In City,
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                       2


                           South Korea (June ~ July, 2009): Teaching criminology in English


        2003               Instructor, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University
                           (August 2003 ~ May 2007): Teaching criminology, criminal justice,
                           corrections, research methods


        2003               Teaching assistant, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State
                           University (January ~ May 2003): TA for Introduction to Criminal
                           Justice course


        1999               Research assistant, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State
                           University (August 1999 ~ December 2002): RA for Dr. Merry Morash,
                           Dr. Vincent Hoffman, Dr. Frank Horvath, Dr. Mahesh Nalla in various
                           research projects


        1999               Security manager, the Student Union, Michigan State University
                           (August ~ December 1999): Managing security business for the Union


        1998               Strategy Planner, Head of Cooperation Strategy Planner for Hanjin
                           Cooperation Group, Seoul, Korea (January ~ December 1998): Planning
                           private cooperation’s strategy of business and security management


        1992               CID agent, Korean CID (Criminal Investigation Division), Korean
                           Army Sergeant in the 600 Division of Korean CID assigned to the 2nd
                           Infantry Division of the U.S. Army based in Dong-Doo-Chun, Korea
                           (October 1992 ~ April 1994): Investigating criminal cases committed by
                           U.S. soldiers and espionage activities among Korean soldiers


PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed journal articles:

Lee, Chang-Hun, & Hyunseok Jang. (2011). Predictors of successful implementation of
       COP: A comparison of officers’ perception on organizational characteristics between
       South Korea and the US. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies &
       Management. (Accepted).
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                      3



Lee, Chang-Hun, & Juyoung Song. (2011). Analysis of relationships between polygraph
       examiner’s traits and confession rates. Police Studies. 11(1), pp.3-22.

Lee, Chang-Hun, & Chang-Bae Lee. (2011). Factors affecting strategy commitment to
       community-oriented policing(COP) among South Korean police officers. Policing: An
       International Journal of Police Strategies & Management. (Accepted).


Lee, Chang-Hun, & Junseob Moon. (2011). Effects of officers’ cynicism and their perception of
       managerial leadership on COP activities among South Korean police officers. Policing:
       An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 34(1), pp.31-48.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). An ecological system approach to bullying behaviors among middle
       school students in the U.S. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(8), pp.1664-1693.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Criminology and human nature III: Dynamic human nature in three
       dimensional continuum analysis for criminological theories. Korean Journal of
       Correctional Discourse, 4(2), pp.181-204.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2010). Personal and interpersonal correlates of bullying behaviors among
       Korean middle school students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 25(1), pp 125-150.


Lee, Chang-Hun, Jung-Mi Kim, & Jong-Gil Kim. (2010). Officer’s perception of organizational
       arrangements and preventive policing practice: An open-system approach to South
       Korean Police Department. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies &
       Management, 33(3), pp. 410-430.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2010). Criminology and Human Nature II: Application of Multifaceted
       Human Nature to Criminology. Korean Journal of Correctional Discourse, 4(1), pp.193-
       225.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2009). A path analysis of stress coping styles among South Korean police
       officers: Focusing on stressors, management, commitment, and self-confidence. Police
       Study, 9(3), pp.117-139.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2009). Institutionalized hegemonic masculinity and rape by U.S. Army
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                       4


        personnel in Korea: A perspective on military subculture. Asian Journal of Criminology,
        5, pp.11-25.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2009). Criminology and human nature I: Multifaceted human nature. Korean
       Journal of Correctional Discourse, 3(2), pp. 85-118.


Lee, Chang-Hun, & Juyoung Song. (2009). An ecological approach to bullying: A comparative
       study between South Korea and the United States. Journal of Korean Criminology, 3(2),
       pp 103-143.


Morash, Merry, Dae-Hoon Kwak, Vincent Hoffman, Chang-Hun Lee, Sun-Ho Cho, & Byung
       Ook Moon. (2008). Stressors, coping resources and strategies, and police stress in South
       Korea. Journal of Criminal Justice, 36(3), pp 231-239.


Morash, Merry, Chang-Hun Lee, Vincent Hoffman, Sun-Ho Cho, & Robin Haarr. (2007).
       Predictors of social and defensive coping to address workplace problems: A comparison
       of police in South Korea and the United States. International Journal of Comparative and
       Applied Criminal Justice, 30(2), pp. 149-176.


Other publications:

Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Effects of Private Investigation on Police Activities. Seoul, Korea:
       Police Science Institute in Korea.

Lee, Chang-Hun. (2010). A Study of Sexting Activities among South Korean Youths. Seoul,
       Korea: Korean Institute of Criminology.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2009). Bullying and Ecology: An Ecological Prediction Model of Bullying
       among South Korean Students. Saarbrücken, Germany: Verlag Dr. Müller Publishing.


Jung-Mi Kim & Chang-Hun Lee. (2009). An Application of General Strain Theory to Korean
       Adolescents: A Test of the Relationship between Negative Stimuli at School and
       Delinquency. Saarbrücken, Germany: Verlag Dr. Müller Publishing.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2008). Violent Military Crime: A Comparative Study of Violent Crimes
       Committed by U.S. Army Personnel. Saarbrücken, Germany: Verlag Dr. Müller
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                     5


        Publishing.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2004). Victims in the war on crime: The use and abuse of victim’s
       rights. Contemporary Sociology, 33(2), 238 – 239.

Lee, Chang-Hun. (2002). Informers: Policing, Policy and Practice. International Journal of
       Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 26(1), 135 – 136.


Technical reports:

Hwang, Eugab, Minshik Lee, & Chang-Hun Lee. (2010). Testing utilities of juvenile statistics:
       A study for development of juvenile record system in South Korea. Department of
        Justice, South Korea. Funded by Department of Justice, South Korea.


Morash, Merry, Candy Curtis, Jung-Mi Kim, Chang-Hun Lee, & Seok-Jin Jeong. (2004). Flint
       Community Prosecution Program Evaluation. Funded by the Project Safe
       Neighborhoods.


Morash, Merry, Chang-Hun Lee, & Jung-Mi Kim. (2003). Assessment of the Michigan FIA
       Juvenile Justice Assignment Unit. Funded by the Michigan Family Independence
       Agency.


Morash, Merry, Huan Bui, Yan Zhang, J P Lynch, Chang-Hun Lee, D Miller, & Byungook
       Moon. (2003). Everything You Ever Wanted to Know, and More, About Crime
                           E




       Victimization Among Asian People in the United States. Funded by the American
       Statistical Association.


Papers under review:

Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Effects of regional and citizen’s personal characteristics on preference
       for private investigation, Korean Criminology. (Under second review).


Lee, Chang-Hun, & Juyoung Song. (2011). Functions of parental involvement and effects of
       school climate on bullying behaviors among South Korean middle school students.
       Journal of Interpersonal Violence. (Under first review).
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                       6


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Human Nature and Criminology: Is it possible to integrate those
       theories? Asian Journal of Criminology. (Under first review).

Lee, Chang-Hun, & Yung Hyeock Lee. (2011). Plea bargain or trial?: Three legal professionals’
       expectations of rape case disposition. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. (Under first
       review).


Lee, Chang-Hun, & Yung Hyeock Lee. (2011). Testing and expanding social disorganization
       theory in a new context: Effects of police involvement in South Korea. Policing &
       Society. (Under first review).


GRANT ACTIVITIES

Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Effects of citizens’ involvement in policing on their satisfaction with
       police performance. Korean Institute of Criminology. (15,000,000 Won. Appx. $13,000).
       – Under review


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Effects of education for humanities in college-level institutions on
       police job performance. Korean Institute of Criminology. (30,000,000 Won. Appx.
       $28,000). – Under review


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Korean prosecutors’ attitude towards plea-bargaining. Korean Institute
       of Criminology. (25,000,000 Won. Appx. $23,000). – Under review


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2010). Estimating demand of private investigation within Korean criminal
       justice system. Korean Institute of Criminology. (15,000,000 Won. Appx. $13,000).


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2010). Effects of legalization of private investigation on public policing
       activity in South Korea. Police Science Institute in Korea. (10,093,741Won. Appx.
       $10,000). – Funded.


Hwang, Eugab, Minshik Lee, & Chang-Hun Lee. (2010). Testing utilities of juvenile statistics:
       A study for development of juvenile record system in South Korea. Department of
       Justice, South Korea. (20,000,000 Won. Appx. $18,000.00). – Funded.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2009). A study of sexting activities among South Korean youths. Korean
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                     7


        Institute of Criminology. (15,725,40Won. Appx. $13,000). – Funded.


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2009). A comparative study of effectiveness of policing between police box
       and patrol division based on citizen’s satisfaction. Korean Institute of Criminology.
       (15,614,211Won, Appx. $13,000).


Walker, Jeffrey, Chang-Hun Lee, Sean Maddan, & Stacey Moak. (2009). Children’s attitude
        towards sexting and factors affecting the attitude. OJJDP FY 09 Recovery Act Internet
        Crimes Against Children Research Grants ($250,000.00).


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2008). An ecological prediction model of bullying among middle school
       students in Arkansas. Summer Research Grant ($5,000.00). College of Professional
       Study, UALR. – Funded.


RESEARCH PROJECTS IN PROCESS

Lee, Chang-Hun, Stacy Moak, & Jeffrey Walker. (2010). Investigating effects of self- and
       social-control, prior delinquency and perceived peer pressure on sexting behavior among
       South Korean youths. (First draft completed).


Lee, Chang-Hun, & Dae-Hoon Kwak. (2010). A hierarchical modeling of bullying behaviors:
       Effects of multilevel factors on bullying behaviors among Korean middle school
       students. (First draft completed).


Lee, Chang-Hun., & Julak Lee. (2011). Factors affecting police officers’ decision to cooperate
       with or compete against private investigators. (Analysis completed).


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Differential coercion of peer and sexting behavior among South
       Korean youths. (Analysis in progress).


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Correlates of sexting among South Korean youths. (Analysis in
       progress).


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Individual and organizational factors influencing community-oriented
       policing practice in South Korea. (Analysis in progress).
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Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Complexity of community perspective on COP. (Data collected).


Lee, Chang-Hun. (2011). Bureaucratic police organization and COP commitment among police
       officers in the U.S. and South Korean. (Data collected).


Lee, Chang-Hun, Bitna Kim, & Juyoung Song. (2011). Girls’ violence: A comparison of
       individual and ecological factors between South Korea and the U.S. (Data collected).


Lee, Chang-Hun, Juyoung Song, & Bitna Kim. (2011). Gender Differences in Perceived Social
       Bond and its Effects on Violence: A Comparison between South Korea and the U.S.
       (Data collected).


Lee, Chang-Hun, & David T. Johnson. (2010). Factors affecting Korean prosecutor’s attitude
       towards plea bargaining. (In preparation).


PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

Lee, Chang-Hun, Bitna Kim, & Juyoung Song. “Girls’ violence: A comparison of individual and
       ecological factors between South Korea and the U.S.” at the annual meeting of American
       Society of Criminology, Washington D.C. (November 2011).


Lee, Chang-Hun, Juyoung Song, & Bitna Kim. “Gender Differences in Perceived Social Bond
       and its Effects on Violence: A Comparison between South Korea and the U.S.” at the
       annual meeting of American Society of Criminology, Washington D.C. (November
       2011).


Lee, Chang-Hun. “Factors affecting cooperation between public police officers and private
       investigators” at the annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Toronto,
       Canada (March 2011).


Lee, Chang-Hun. “Correlates of sexting behaviors among South Korean youth” at the annual
       meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Toronto, Canada (March 2011).


Lee, Chang-Hun., Stacy Moak, & Jeffrey Walker. “Investigating Effects of Self- and Social-
       control, Prior Delinquency and Perceived Peer Pressure on Sexting Behavior among
       South Korean Youths” at the annual meeting of American Society of Criminology, San
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                    9


        Francisco, CA (November 2010).


Lee, Chang-Hun., & Junseob Moon. “Individual factors influencing community-oriented
       policing practice in South Korea.” at the annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice
       Science, San Diego, CA (February 2010)


Lee, Chang-Hun., & Hyunseok Jang. “ Predictors of successful implementation of community
       oriented policing: A comparison of police organizations in South Korea and the United
       States.” at the annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Science, San Diego, CA
       (February 2010)


Lee, Chang-Hun., & Chang-Bae Lee. “Traits of Korean police officers committed to COP
       (Community Oriented Policing).” at the annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice
       Science, San Diego, CA (February 2010)


Lee, Chang-Hun. “A comparative study between South Korea and the U.S.: Multiple group
       analysis of cross-national bullying data” at the annual meeting of American Society of
       Criminology, Philadelphia, PA (November, 2009)


Lee, Chang-Hun., & Juyoung Song. “An ecological approach to bullying: A comparative study
       between South Korea and the United States” at the annual meeting of Korean Society of
       Criminology, Kyunggi University, South Korea (July, 2009)


Lee, Chang-Hun. “An ecological system approach to bullying behaviors among middle and
       junior high school students” – Invited presentation at The Annual College of
       Professional Study Faculty Research Symposium, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
       (April 2009).


Lee, Chang-Hun., Dae-Hoon Kwak. “A hierarchical modeling of bullying behaviors: Effects of
       multilevel factors on bullying behaviors among Korean middle school students” at the
       annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Boston, MA (March 2009)


Lee, Chang-Hun. “An ecological prediction model of bullying behaviors among middle school
       in Arkansas” at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis,
       Missouri (November 2008)
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                     10


Lee, Chang-Hun. “The study of human nature and its relationship to criminal behavior” at the
       annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, Missouri (November
       2008)


Lee, Chang-Hun. “An ecological prediction model of bullying behaviors among South Korean
       middle school students” at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology,
       Atlanta, Georgia (November 2007).


Lee, Chang-Hun., Merry Morash, & Jung-Mi Kim. “Predictors of social and defensive coping to
       address workplace problems: A comparison of police in South Korea and the United
       States” at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles
       (November 2006).


Lee, Chang-Hun., & Jung-Mi Kim. “Is implementation of community oriented policing in
       Korea possible?: A perspective on organizational decision making structure” at the
       annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada (November
       2005).


Jeong, Seok-Jin, Chang-Hun Lee, & Jung-Mi Kim. “Media Effect and Delinquency in Korean
        Context” at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Las Vegas,
        NV (March 2004).


Yung-Hyeock Lee., Chang-Hun Lee, & Jung-Mi Kim. “Integrative explanations of index crimes
      in Korean contexts: Social disorganization and formal social control by Korean police”
      at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Boston, MA (March
      2003).


Lee, Chang-Hun., & Jung-Mi Kim. “Theoretical approach to the media in Korean context:
       Effects of exposure to violence in the media among delinquent / non-delinquent Korean
       male youths” at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Boston,
       MA (March 2003).


Lee, Chang-Hun. “Plea bargain or trial?: Effects of evidence on three legal professionals’
       expectations of rape case disposition” at the annual meeting of the
       American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL (November 2002).
CV: Chang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.                                                                     11


Lee, Chang-Hun. “Research on violent offenders of the U.S. Army stationed in the U.S., East
       Asia and Europe” at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta,
       GA (November 2001).


COURSES TAUGHT

        Graduate courses        Counterterrorism and intelligence (Online), Fall 2006
                                Research methods, since 2007
                                Social statistics, since 2008
                                Applied research methods and analysis (Online), since 2009
                                Foundations of policing, since 2009
                                Critical issues in policing, since 2010


        Undergraduate           Research methods in criminal justice, since 2002
        Courses                 Delinquency and treatment approaches, 2003
                                Introduction to Criminal Justice, Fall 2002, Spring 2003
                                Juvenile Justice Process, Spring 2003, 2006
                                Counterterrorism and Intelligence (Online), Fall 2006
                                Law Enforcement Intelligence Operation (Online), 2006/2007
                                Criminology, since 2007
                                Police Intelligence (Online), Since 2010
                                Crime Prevention (Online), Since Spring 2011


TEACHING INTERESTS

    -   Crime and delinquency causation
    -   Policing (COP, stress, investigation, crime prevention, GIS)
    -   Research methods (especially, development and evaluation of social policy)
    -   Statistics (Correlations, regressions, SEM, HLM, multiple imputations)
    -   Comparative criminal justice and criminology
    -   Security management (intelligence, crime prevention, private investigation)
    -   Crimes committed by special populations
    -   Emerging criminal/deviant phenomenon (sexting, internet-based crimes)
    -   Multi-culturalism


AWARDS, NOMINATIONS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND OTHERS
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        2008~2010          Online course development funds, UALR (4 times, total $15,100.00):
                           Developing online courses for undergraduate and graduate students
                           (October 2008 ~ current)
        2007               Research initiation fund, UALR ($4,000)
        2003~2006          School of Criminal Justice Fellowship (3 times, total $4,600) for
                           Research excellence, dissertation research, and Website construction
        2002~2003          President of Korean Student Organization in the School of Criminal
                           Justice at Michigan State University
        2000~2005          Huff Professional Development Awards, Michigan State University (7
                           times, total $3,475)
        1998               Distinguished Student Award (Summa Cum Laude) – Hanyang
                           University (Appx. $5,000)
        1997               Distinguished Student Fellowship (Summa Cum Laude) – Hanyang
                           University ($5,000)
        1994               U.S. Army Commendation Medal – 2nd Infantry Police Commander
        1992               Best Trainee Award – Korean CID (Criminal Investigation Division) in
                           DSC (Defense Security Command) of South Korea



PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNET ACTIVITIES

“Blackboard training workshops” Spring 2010 Workshop Series, Scholarly Technology and
       Resources, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, April – May 2010

“HLM (Hierarchical Linear Modeling) Workshop” by Steve Raudenbush & Tony Bryk, SSI:
      Scientific Software International, Chicago, IL, September 1 - 3, 2009


“WebCT training workshops” Fall 2007 Workshop Series, Scholarly Technology and Resources,
      University of Arkansas at Little Rock, September – October 2007


“Weights and Complex Surveys” Fall 2005 Workshop Series, Center for Statistical Training &
       Consulting, Michigan State University, 2005


“Technology in the Classroom: ANGEL On-Line Education System Training”
       Michigan State University Libraries, Computing, & Technology Training Program,
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        September 2005


“Technology in the Classroom: ANGEL On-Line Education System Advanced Course:
       Gradebook” Michigan State University Libraries, Computing, & Technology Training
       Program, September 2005


“Technology in the Classroom: ANGEL On-Line Education System Advanced Course”
       Michigan State University Libraries, Computing, & Technology Training Program,
       October 2005


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

        Consultant            Member of Korean governmental committee on reformation of
                              Criminal Investigation, Korean National Police, Seoul, Korea
                              since December, 2011


        Discussant            [살인미수범죄의 양형에 관한 경험적 연구:
                              제 1기 양형기준 적용현황 분석] in Korean Criminological
                              Association Conference, Kyunggi University, South Korea,
                              December 22, 2010


        Invited lecturer      “A comparative study on bullying between South Korea and the
                               United States” at Korean Institute of Criminology, Seoul, South
                               Korea, June 24, 2009.

                               “Life-course theory & Serial killers in South Korea” at Korean
                               National Police University, South Korea, June 4, 2009


                               “Comparative criminal justice – Policing” at Korean National
                               Police University, South Korea, June 1, 2009


                               “Comparative criminal justice and criminology: Examples of
                               bullying and rape incidents in South Korea and the US” at
                               School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University, April 8-
                               9, 2009
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        Editorial board member Executive representative of Korean Criminological Society for
                               US region, Since 2010
                               Asian Forum for Corrections. Since 2009
                               Korean Criminological Association. Since 2009


        Ad Hoc Reviewer        Justice Quarterly, Since 2010
                               Violence Against Women, Since 2010
                               Asian Journal of Criminology, Since 2010
                               Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies &
                               Management, Since 2010
                               McGraw-Hill, Since 2009
                               International Criminal Justice Review, Since 2005
                               Journal of Crime and Justice, Since 2001
                               Social Problems, Since 2001


        University-level       Korean Student Association at University of Arkansas at Little
        Committees             Rock since 2008 (Faculty adviser)
                               College Council, UALR, since 2009 (member)
                               Undergraduate Council, UALR, since 2009 (member)
                               Department Assessment Committee since 2008 (Chair)
                               Department of Criminal Justice, UALR, Promotional &
                               Literature Committee, since 2008 (member)
                               Department of Criminal Justice, Governance Committee
                               member, since 2010.


        Media interviews       KARK-TV, Nightly News
                               Interview concerning cyber bullying, April 14, 2010


                               KARK-TV, Nightly News
                               Interview concerning bullying, April 29, 2010


PROFESSIONAL AFFILITATIONS

    -   Member of American Society of Criminology (Since 2001)
    -   Member of Academy of Criminal Justice Science (Since 2002)
    -   American Sociological Association (Since 2003)
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    -   Law and Society Association (Since 2003)
    -   Southwest Association of Criminal Justice (Since 2007)


LANGUAGE SKILLS

    -   Proficient:        Korean, English
    -   Intermediate:      German, Japanese


REFERENCES

Dr. Merry Morash (Dissertation Chair), Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State
University, 514 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48823, 517-432-9235. (Fax: 517-432-1787).
Email: morashm@msu.edu

Dr. Edmund McGarrell, Director and Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State
University 544 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48823, 517-355-2192. (Fax: 517-432-
1787).Email: mcgarrel@msu.edu


Dr. Vincent J. Hoffman, Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University,
518 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48823, 517-355-6603. (Fax: 517-432-1787).
Email: hoffmanv@msu.edu


* More references are available upon request.
* Vitae updated on April 27, 2011.

				
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