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Professor and  Criminal Justice Program Director
Office: CFO 311
940-898-2051
940-898-2067 (fax)
JWilliams2@twu.edu


Education

PhD 1989, University of Georgia

Courses Taught

Undergraduate

  • Women and Crime 
  • Deviant Behavior
  • Introductory Sociology 
  • Sociology of Cyberspace (Internet)

Graduate

  • Global and Comparative Sociology
  • Globalization, Crime, and Justice
  • Contemporary Criminology
  • Social Psychology Theory 

Selected Publications

  • Bugg, David and James L. Williams. 2008. "Hate Groups in the Network Society: A Transnational Social Phenomenon." In Dianne Dentice and James L. Williams (editors). Social Movements: Contemporary Perspectives. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing.
  • Dentice, Dianne and James L. Williams. 2008. "American Politics Supremacist Style Tracking: The Presidential Election On Stormfront." Theory In Action, 1(4):150   Accessible online at http://www.transformativestudies.org/publications/theory-in-action-the-journal-of-tsi/
  • Dentice, Dianne and James L. Williams. (eds). 2008. Social Movements: Contemporary Perspectives. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing.
  • Dentice, Dianne and James L. Williams. 2008. "The Twenty-first Century Ku Klux Klan: From Social Movement to Reactive Subsystem." In Dianne Dentice and James L. Williams (editors). Social Movements: Contemporary Perspectives. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing.
  • Marley, Phyllis, James L. Williams, and Mahmoud Sadri. 2008. "Jonestown: Alienation and the Total Institution." In Dianne Dentice and James L. Williams (editors). Social Movements: Contemporary Perspectives. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing.
  • Rodeheaver, Daniel G. and James L. Williams. 2005. "Juvenile Crime and Justice in Russia." Pp. 225-247 in William A. Pridemore (ed.) Crime, Law, and Justice in Transitional Russia. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Williams, James L. and Daniel G. Rodeheaver. 2005. "Teaching Sociology Graduate Students to Teach With Technology." Journal of Applied Sociology.

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