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VISTING FACULTY & INSTRUCTORS
O.U. Presidential Research Scholar
Areas of Specialization:
Schwartz, Martin D.. and Walter S. DeKeseredy, (in press). “Male Peer Support Theory,”: in Judy Postmus, ed.,The Encyclopedia of Sexual Violence and Abuse, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Schwartz, Martin D. and Jennifer Gibbs, (in press). “Hirschi and Gottfredson’s General Theory of Crime,” in Judy Postmas, ed., The Encyclopedia of Sexual Violence and Abuse, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Schwartz, Martin D. and Walter S. DeKeseredy, (2010). “The Current Health of Left Realist Theory.” Crime, Law and Social Change,54(2):107-110.
Walter S. DeKeseredy and Martin D. Schwartz, 2010. “Friedman Economic Policies, Social Exclusion, and Crime: Toward A Gendered Left Realist Subcultural Theory.” Crime, Law and Social Change,54(2):159-170.
Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. 2008. Defiant Dads: Fathers’ Rights Activists in America. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Contemporary Sociology 39: 152-153 (March, 2010).
Lee, Murray. 2007. Inventing Fear of Crime: Criminology and the Politics of Anxiety. Portland, OR: Willan Publishing. American Journal of Sociology 115 (1):257-259 (July, 2009).
Area Editor for Critical Criminology, 7-volume Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Springer Verlag, 2011- 2012.
DeKeseredy, Walter S. and Martin D. Schwartz. 2010. “Theoretical and Definitional Issues in Violence Against Women.” Pp. 3-22 in Claire Renzetti, Jeffrey Edelson and Raquel Kennedy Bergen, eds.. Sourcebook on Violence Against Women, 2nd ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Walter S. DeKeseredy, Joseph F. Donnermeyer and Martin D. Schwartz, 2009. "Toward a Gendered Second Generation CPTED for Preventing Woman Abuse in Rural Communities." Security Journal 29:178-189.
DeKeseredy, Walter S., and Martin D. Schwartz. 2009. Dangerous Exits: Escaping Abusive Relationships in Rural America. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Friedrichs, David O. and Martin D. Schwartz. 2008. "Low Self-Control and High Organizational Control: The Paradoxes of White-Collar Crime." Pp. 145-159 in Out of Control: Assessing the General Theory of Crime, Erich Goode, ed.. Stanford, CA: Stanford Social Sciences/Stanford University Press.
Schwartz, Martin D., and Walter S. DeKeseredy. 2008 "Interpersonal Violence Against Women: The Role of Men." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 24(2): 178-185.
DeKeseredy, Walter S., and Martin D. Schwartz. 2008. "Marital Rape at the End of Rural Relationships: Survivors' Perceptions of Collective Efficacy." In press, Prevention and Intervention in the Community.
DeKeseredy, Walter S., Martin D. Schwartz and Shahid Alvi. 2008. "Which Women are More Likely to be Abused? Public Housing, Cohabitation and Separated/Divorced Women?" Criminal Justic Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society 20(4).
Friedrichs, David O., and Martin D. Schwartz, 2007. "On Social Harm and a Twenty-First Century Criminology." Crime, Law and Social Change 48 (1-2): 1-7.
DeKeseredy, Walter S., Joseph F. Donnermeyer, Martin D. Schwartz, Kenneth D. Tunnell, and Mandy Hall. 2007. "Thinking Critically About Rural Gender Relations: Toward a Rural Masculinity Crisis/Male Peer Support Model of Separation/Divorce Sexual Assault." Critical Criminology 15(7): 295-311.
DeKeseredy, Walter S., Martin D. Schwartz, Danielle Fagen and Mandy Hall. 2006. “Rural Separation/Divorce Sexual Assault: The Contribution of Male Peer Support." Feminist Criminology 1(3):228-250.
DeKeseredy. Walter S., Shahid Alvi and Martin D. Schwartz. 2006. “Curbing Woman Abuse and Poverty: Is ‘Wedfare’ The Cure?” Critical Criminology, 14(1):23-41.
Goodwin, Glenn A. and Martin D. Schwartz, eds. Professing Humanist Sociology. 5th ed. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association (2005).
DeKeseredy, Walter S., Shahid Alvi, Claire Renzetti, and Martin D. Schwartz. 2005. “Curbing Violence Against Women in Public Housing: Can Second Generation CPTED Make a Difference?” The CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) Journal 3(1):27-36.
Alvi, Shahid, Martin D. Schwartz, Walter S. DeKeseredy, and Jacqueline Bachaus. 2005. “Perceptions of Male Privilege and the Physical, Psychological and Economic Abuse of Impoverished Minority Women.” Western Criminology Review, 6(1), 1-11.
Schwartz, Martin D. 2004. “The Past and the Future of Violence Against Women.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 20(1): 1-5.
DeKeseredy, Walter S., McKenzie Rogness and Martin D. Schwartz, 2004. “Separation/Divorce Sexual Assault: The Current State of Social Scientific Knowledge.” Aggression and Violent Behavior, 9(6): 675-691.
Schwartz, Martin D. and Dana Nurge. 2004. “Capitalist Punishment: Ethics and Private Prisons.” Critical Criminology, 12(2): 133-156.
DeKeseredy, Walter S., Martin D. Schwartz, Shahid Alvi, and E. Andreas Tomaszewski. 2003. “Crime Victimization, Drug Use, and Alcohol Consumption in Canadian Public Housing.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 31(4): 383-396.
DeKeseredy, Walter S., Shahid Alvi, Martin D. Schwartz and E. Andreas
Tomaszewski, Under Siege: Poverty and Crime in a Canadian Public Housing
Community. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press (2003).
Schwartz, Martin D. and Dragan Milovanovic, eds. Race, Gender and Class
in Criminology: The Intersections. New York: Garland Publishing, paperback
Schwartz, Martin D. and Lawrence F. Travis III, Corrections: An Issues Approach, 4th ed. Cincinnati: Anderson (1997).