Amanda K. Cox
Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2010
Research & Specialization
- The death penalty
- Racial & socioeconomic inequality in punishment
- Criminal justice ethics
- Criminological theory
- UC 1900: Sociology/Criminology Learning Community
- CAS 2500: Breaking the Law
- SOC 1000: Introduction to Sociology
- SOC 2600: Criminal Justice
- SOC 3600: Criminology
- SOC 3620: Ethics in Law, Crime, & Justice
- SOC 3660: Punishment & Society
- SOC 4950: The Death Penalty in the United States
- SOC 6030: Crime and Deviance
Cox, A. K. & Frank, B. A. (2020). Gendered Death: An Exploration of the Relationship Between Femininity and the Death Penalty. In L. M. Carter, C. Blankenship, and C. Marcum (Eds.), Punishing Gender Past and Present: Examining the Criminal Justice System Across Gendered Experiences. San Diego: Cognella Academic Publishing.
Cox, A. K. (2018). Death Penalty and the Poor. In Cliff Robertson (Ed.), Handbook on Social Justice in Criminal Justice. New York: Routledge.
Bratina, M. P., Cox, A. K. & Fetzer, M. D. (2016). Racism and white death penalty support: A test of the racist punitive bias hypothesis. International Journal of Police Science and Management. 18(2), 140-154.
Cox, A. K. (2013). Student death penalty attitudes: Does new information matter? Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 24, 443-460.